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I stayed at the Hôtel des Arts during my recent trip to Toulouse. I spent 3.5 days in Toulouse, walking around the city, taking boat tours and visiting museums. I recommend this hotel highly for anyone who is looking for an affordable place to stay in the city. The location is a perfect: around the ...
We arrived to a very friendly girl at reception, but as they visit went over three days the level of staff attention and friendliness varied. The room was smaller than our Ibis hotel in Paris. It seems that hotel rooms in France are so much smaller. However the bedding is uniform throughout the Ibis ...
This hotel was basic but just fine for a convenient one night stay close to the airport. Food security at this hotel.
Close to a Metro stop (Esquirol) and Place du Capitole. The Excellent Musee des Augustins is just down the road. Main sites are within short walking distances.
Its roots stretch back to the Roman period, so it’s easy to see why Toulouse’s rich history and culture is such a big draw. If you’re looking for a taste of the past on your upcoming trip, book a stay in one of Toulouse’s historic hotels and soak up the atmosphere of bygone eras.
From its 1271 incorporation into the Kingdom of France to its present-day standing as the high-tech, fourth-largest metropolis in the nation, Toulouse has seen it all. Unsurprisingly, the city is home to many absorbing historic hotels, and staying in one will help you gain a real sense of place.
Most historic hotels in Toulouse are in the city centre, tucked into the appealing streets between the River Garonne and the Canal du Midi. You’ll find a varied selection of places to stay, from cheap or mid-range two- and three-star properties set in traditional pink brick townhouses, to high-end luxury four- and five-star hotels in prominent positions overlooking the river or the grand Place du Capitole square. Some are housed in buildings of particular historic interest, such as former 17th-century monasteries, while others are better known for hosting historic French figures, such as the famous writer Antoine de Saint-Exupéry.
Book a stay in a historic hotel in Toulouse, and you’ll be transported back in time. Many have grand proportions and numerous period and historic details, such as large floor-to-ceiling windows with wrought-iron balconies, traditional wood-panelled bars, or various works of art.
Whichever hotel you choose, you won’t be far from all the historic churches, museums and monuments of the city centre. Some of the most popular attractions include the Musee des Augustins with its cloistered garden, the famous Basilique Saint-Sernin, or the Capitole de Toulouse, the Neoclassical city hall dating from 1750 and home to the Theatre Nationale du Capitole orchestra and opera house.
After a full day of history-soaked sightseeing, return to your historic hotel for a relaxing night’s sleep.