My wife stayed here for 2 nights while I was in the Clinique Pasteur for a short hospitalisation as we live a little too far away for her to make the trip from home every day.
As far as we were concerned, this hotel was perfect because of its reasonable price, its proximity (300 metres) to the clinic and the nearby Carrefour Drive supermarket (for basics) and its covered secure parking. Although this was of no concern to us at the time, the centre of Toulouse is also easy to get to from here.
We paid 70€ /night for a room and (simple) breakfast, which is good value for Toulouse.
The room was simple, clean and comfortable, and in particular the reception staff was most welcoming and helpful.
Perfect for a short stay.
I find this hotel via Booking, but finally I decide complete the reservation via the website of the Hotel, a little bit cheaper.
Because of my allergy I send the hotel a remark to host on a room without carpet, and once we arrive, the hotel receptionist give us a Room without any carpet. Very thanks for the effort in sattisfy your clients remarks!!
The rooms are not very big, but big enough and clean. The forniture is quite new and fresh and there is a garden in the building yard, very peacefull and nice. Probably the bath is not so new, but clean.
The hotel staff (receptionist) were all very kindless and pleasant, solving all our doubts about the city and the public transport.
The only remark is about the bed. The mattress was a little bit soft for me. I would have enjoyed even more with a harder mattress.
Gentle and warm welcome; comfortable, uncluttered and spotlessly clean room - particularly nice to have separate bathroom and toilet rooms - incredibly helpful staff. We were there for Euro16 match and the place was full but they managed to keep it calm and quiet.
We loved it and it was incredibly good value and perfect situation, close to public transport.
We arrived at the 'Hotel' soaking wet after having driven on a motorcycle from Barcelona. It took us ages to find the place, none of the local people had even heard of it or knew it existed. We had booked for a 2 night stay. The first room we were given absolutely stunk of stale cigarette smoke, filthy carpet, the room was dated and tatty just what you would expect from a really bad b&b. My husband went back to reception and requested we be moved. We were, only this room was not much better, though it did have some cheap laminate flooring instead of carpet. Again it was very dated ( think Rigsby and the Rising Damp comedy) old window frames, tatty furniture. The bathroom was a disgrace, the shower came up to chest height only, to wash your hair you needed to hold it over your head. The shower screen was a tatty folding one that had a gap between that and the shower base so the water went all over the bathroom floor. The view from the window was of the street. No modern amenities in the room whatsoever. Old fashioned radiators in room connected i presume to the rest of the building so no way of controlling them yourself to heat your own room and bearing in mind we were dripping wet and cold, no way to dry ourselves out or our biking gear. Had to put on the ceiling fan which looked very dodgy - you could see the exposed wires going into it and it swayed all over the place when on first setting. Made me a little unsettled in bed as i had visions of it falling off onto the bed and chopping my legs off. Only saving grace for this 'hotel' was that the sheets on the bed where clean. By the way the rooms are not soundproofed, you can hear every conversation in the next rooms and the noise from outside. Stayed only the one night, then continued on our tour of France. All the other hotels we stayed in were beautiful. But alas this one is most definetly not and should not be allowed to call itself a hotel.
We stayed at the hotel Garden for 2 nights. It was quite difficult to find even for the taxi drivers. The reception staff were friendly enough and had waited for us to arrive late. The room was fantastic. For 25 euro a night- it was 5 star! The rooms had big french doors that overlooked the park, with your own bathroom and toilet. It was pure luxury compared to other places we had stayed for the same amount of money. There was always hot water too. The bathroom was even perfect. It isn't the best location in the world as far as walking distance to the city, but not too bad. it took about an hour by foot. I went down for breakfast the first day and the dining room had about 15 teenagers in there. A little old lady called Dolly sat me at a dirty table and signalled me to wait. I sat there for about 15 minutes while she topped up the kids drinks and wiped down their tables, and kept walking right past me with no food, no coffee and a dirty table. In the end I walked out in frustration. I went to the cafe next door for my breakfast. Apart from that, the stay there was very pleasant and I would reccommend to stay there, but don't bother with breakfast.