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Located in Les Chalets - Saint-Aubin - Saint-Étienne, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Carmelite Chapel, Basilique Saint-Sernin and Place du Capitole. ...
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Located in Capitole, this romantic hotel is steps away from Capitole de Toulouse and Place du Capitole. Museum of the Augustins and Basilique Saint-Sernin are ...
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Located in Les Chalets - Saint-Aubin - Saint-Étienne, this residence is within a 15-minute walk of Carmelite Chapel and Basilique Saint-Sernin. Place du Capitole ...
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Located in Toulouse City-Centre, this apartment is within a 15-minute walk of Notre-Dame of Dalbade Church and Museum of the Augustins. Place du Capitole and ...
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The Japanese Garden lies a leisurely 20 minute walk north of the Place du Capitole in central Toulouse, and offers a serene escape from the bustle of the city. Opened in 1983, the garden is part of the wider Compans Caffarelli public park, built on the site of an abandoned army barracks.
If you’re the kind of traveller who likes to have lots of green space close at hand, one of Expedia’s Japanese Garden hotels could be for you. In the immediate vicinity you’ll find three and four-star properties belonging to some of the best known chains such as Novotel, ibis, Mercure and B&B Hotels, while a few minutes further south there are more independent and traditional choices as you reach the atmospheric streets of the Old Town.
At the Japanese Garden you’ll find a typical Far Eastern scene, with a minimalist wooden tea pavilion and an arched red bridge overlooking a mirror-like pond. All around are shrubs, trees and other features meticulously laid out in a traditional Japanese style, from bamboo-shaded walkways with carefully placed rocks, to precisely shorn topiary trees and areas of raked gravel. It’s the perfect place for an early morning stroll or spot of meditation or yoga.
Alongside the Japanese Garden, there’s also a children’s playground and a refreshments kiosk, as well as a prominent sculpture known as ‘Flight of the Phoenix’, which the city of Atlanta presented as a gift to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the two cities’ twinning.
The Japanese Garden lies right in the middle of Toulouse’s Compans Caffarrelli Park. The northern edge of the park borders the Canal du Midi, close to its confluence with the River Garonne. With plenty of hotels and central Toulouse tourist attractions nearby, the area around the Japanese Garden makes an attractive base for business and leisure travellers alike.