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I spent a week in Toulouse - mainly to visit Airbus but also to see Toulouse for the first time. The hotel is just a few minutes' walk from the airport entrance and also the buses which take you downtown.
Stayed here for a week for the euros. Good base for staying in Toulouse transport links and close to city centre.
Parking was easy, staff super friendly and helpful, room was comfortable, and restaurant on site was convenient with good food.
Clean and tidy basic hotel room, exactly as I desired. Wifi worked very well, and there was a very comfortable bed - nice choice. Good to have two tables, one for eating and one for working, which meant fewer crumbs on my laptop. Situated next to the metro, but still only 10 minutes walk from the ...
If you’re travelling with your beloved pet in tow, you’ll want to ensure you book a hotel where four-legged friends are treated like family. Use Expedia’s search tool to narrow down the choice of pet-friendly hotels in Toulouse, and be comfortable in the knowledge that your furry companion will be made to feel at home.
Pets are welcomed at a surprisingly large number of hotels in Toulouse. Though some have restrictions in terms of the number or size of animals allowed, in the city centre, you’ll find all kinds of accommodation where pets can rest their paws, from luxury four- and five-star independent hotels to modern, streamlined hotels from the likes of ibis, Mercure, Novotel and other popular chains.
Outside the city centre, nearly every major commercial, industrial or suburban area has at least one hotel happy to host pets, including properties at the airport and near the Cite de l’espace theme park, as well as in suburbs and small towns like Colomiers and Bruguieres.
There are several points to be aware of when booking a pet-friendly hotel in Toulouse or other destinations. First of all, check to see if there are any rules about where in the property your animal is allowed to roam. Certain hotels insist that pets stay in guestrooms at all times, while others welcome them into public spaces and gardens.
Equally important is to factor in the cost, which, as a general rule, gets more expensive the more central your location, and normally pet prices equate to a certain number of euros per night, as opposed to a set amount. It’s also essential to check the pet policy if you’re travelling with more than one animal, as most pet-friendly hotels allow no more than two pets per room, and many only one.
Once you’re booked, spend some time planning some lovely river or canal walks in the city – perfect for you, and even better if you’re travelling with a canine friend.