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Founded in 1994, Nemea is a French residence management group with a collection of countryside, mountain and seaside properties, plus a small selection of inner-city apartment hotels. The apartment hotels all enjoy ideal locations next to a major business hubs or in the city centres, where you’ll find easy access to public transport and the main tourist attractions. Depending on your destination, these properties also offer free access to amenities such as heated swimming pools, saunas, whirlpool baths, fitness centres and hammams, along with extra optional facilities such as breakfast rooms, self-service launderettes and welcome lounges.
Whether you need to stay in Toulouse for an extended period, or simply prefer the conveniences of an apartment-style property, a Nemea apart-hotel could be a good choice. With proximity to both the aviation industry and the major tourist highlights, these venues are suitable for both business travellers and families alike.
The accommodation on offer ranges from double studio apartments sleeping one to two people, to two-bedroom apartments sleeping up to four. In-room amenities include fully-equipped kitchenettes with microwaves, dishwashers, coffee makers and fridges, along with premium international TV channels and WiFi access.
An extended stay in Toulouse offers you the chance to really get under the skin of the city. Get to know some of the area’s most interesting neighbourhoods, such as the Quartier des Carmelites, with its pedestrianised Filatiers Street full of bustling delicatessens and quirky boutiques. Or spend some time wandering the wide boulevards of Chalets-Concorde, admiring the Gothic Revival mansions and typical Toulousian townhouses. You could also head over the River Garonne to the fast-growing neighbourhood of Saint Cyprien on the left bank. Home to great ethnic restaurants, a popular covered food market and the oldest cemetery in the city, it’s well worth exploring in depth. By the time you come to the end of your Nemea apartment hotel stay, you’ll almost be feeling like a local.