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If you’re visiting Toulouse, the Capitole area of the city centre makes a great, attraction-filled base. Right at the heart of La Ville Rose, the Place du Capitole square is a natural focal point of Toulouse, and its imposing Capitole building – the City Hall – houses a theatre and opera house, and numerous works of art.
Ringed by bars, pavement cafes and coffee shops, the Place du Capitole thrums with life from morning until late into the night. Many hotels are within a few minutes’ walk, while others are either on the square itself or close enough to offer wonderful views of its comings and goings. Use Expedia’s search tool to narrow down the choices in this highly sought-after area, and find the right hotel for your stay.
Hotels in the immediate vicinity of the Place du Capitole tend to be at the higher end of the market, with several palatial four- and five-star properties no more than a minute’s walk from the square. These hotels – mostly housed in historic buildings – offer a luxury stay in extravagant surroundings, in styles ranging from classically refined to chic and contemporary to modern corporate. Generally speaking, these properties also offer multiple fine-dining and drinking possibilities, as well as statement public spaces such as grand lobbies and courtyard gardens, all with historic period features. Some also have rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows and balconies overlooking the square
Mid-range and lower-cost options also exist nearby, including independent two- and three-star hotels, and properties by well-known brands such as Novotel and Mercure.
Other than the Place du Capitole itself, you’ll find many of the best attractions in Toulouse on your doorstep. Just to the south is the Vieux Quartier, the old town, whose narrow winding streets reveal cosy bistros, independent boutiques, exquisite chocolatiers and wine bars. In addition, a mix of museums, churches and riverside strolls are all within a ten-minute walk.
Whatever your reason for visiting Toulouse, few areas make a better choice than the Capitole neighbourhood for your stay.