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Vieille-Toulouse Hotels

Due south of Toulouse city centre and set on the slopes of Pech David hill, the affluent parish of Vieille-Toulouse (Old Toulouse) is an alternative location to base yourself while in town.

Situated within the greater Toulouse metropolitan area, pretty Vieille-Toulouse is about five miles from the city centre, and lies close to the confluence of the Garonne and Ariège rivers. With a golf course, hiking trails and many cultural and artistic events throughout the year, it’s an appealing destination for those seeking more peace and quiet than a central location can offer.

What Type of Hotels Are in or near Vieille-Toulouse?

Independent character hotels are the name of the game in this part of town, some of which have river views. Expect a lot more space than you’d find at a city centre hotel, such as larger than average guest rooms, airy public spaces, or leafy gardens with sunbeds and swimming pools.

On the opposite side of the river in Portet-sur-Garonne, you’ll find alternative accommodation in the one- to four-star bracket, while further east are more business-focused options in and around Labege.

What Are Some Fun Things to Do near Vieille-Toulouse?

Vieille-Toulouse has an 18-hole golf course at the Golf Club de Toulouse, which also offers direct river views, a golfing school and a restaurant. The Parc du Confluent Ariège-Garonne is also nearby – a wetland nature reserve popular for walking, bird watching and fishing.

Further afield, Toulouse city centre beckons. Within a 15-minute drive, you can be back in the heart of the action, so don’t miss the chance to experience the rich history and culture of downtown Toulouse, as well as numerous Michelin-starred restaurants, stately pink-stone architecture and fashionable shopping. Start your explorations at the buzzing Place du Capitole, and work your way down through the narrow winding streets of the old town, stopping off at a patisserie or cosy bistro for a cup of coffee or a snack. After a day soaking up the atmosphere of this charming city, return to the relative peace and quiet of your Vieille-Toulouse accommodation.

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