Toulouse France

La Cour des Consuls ★★★★★

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  • The distinctly French architecture of the hotel; green inner courtyards, beautifully carved staircases, heritage balustrades and lots of marble, wood and leather.
  • The complimentary breakfast with delicious pastries and meats, all made in-house with the freshest ingredients.
  • Le Cénacle Restaurant, run by award-winning chef Clément Convard, with its exquisite dishes.
  • The wonderful spa and luxury treatments, perfect for a moment of relaxation!
La Cour des Consuls ★★★★★

Experience the best of French hospitality and luxury in this elegant hotel.

Remarkable
8.5 /10
by Grace Stephen, VeryChic correspondant
Toulouse, best known as ‘The Pink City’ thanks to its coral roofs and churches, offers all the charms of a quaint old town coupled with the luxury and pace of being France’s fourth largest metropolis. La Cour des Consuls - MGallery incorporates into its essence the two worlds that make up the context of the city - a seamless blend of old world refinement and modern creature comforts.

Classic Room

Maximum occupancy: 2 adults

Classic Room
Classic Room
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    Surface area: 20 m²
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    Bed type: 1 King Size bed
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    Bathroom with: rain-effect shower or bath, toilet, slippers
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    Room with: air conditioning, flat-screen TV, desk, safe, iron and ironing board, wake-up service, Wi-Fi


Superior Room

Maximum occupancy: 2 adults and 1 baby

Superior Room
Superior Room
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    Surface area: 28 m²
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    Bed type: 1 King Size bed
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    Bathroom with: rain shower or bath, toilet, hairdryer, bathrobes
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    Room with: flat-screen TV, minibar, Nespresso coffee machine, tea and coffee essentials, telephone, Wi-Fi

Junior Suite

Maximum occupancy: 2 adults

Junior Suite
Junior Suite
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    Surface area: 43 m²
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    Bed type: 1 King Size bed
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    Bathroom with: rain shower or bath, toilet, hairdryer, bathrobes
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    Suite with: flat-screen TV, minibar, Nespresso coffee machine, tea and coffee essentials, telephone, Wi-Fi
  • 24-hour reception
    Check in from 4pm & check out by midday
  • 32 rooms & suites (non-smoking)
  • Wi-Fi available for free in the rooms, suites and common areas of the hotel
  • Le Cénacle: gourmet restaurant (open for lunch Tuesday to Friday from midday-1.15pm and for dinner Tuesday to Saturday from 7.30pm-9pm)
    Gourmet cuisine by Chef Clément Convard
    Menus adapted for special dietary requirements are available on request with confirmation from the hotel
  • Spa de la Cour Des Consuls by Graine de Pastel & Gemology: 4 treatment rooms (open from 10am-7:30pm)
    Treatment menu available at the hotel reception
  • Gym: racing bike, treadmill, rowing machine and elliptical (open from 8am-midnight)
  • Parking available at a rate of €36 per day (maximum 10 vehicles)
  • The establishment provides disabled and limited mobility access
  • Pets are permitted in the establishment at a rate of €15 per day
  • The Place du Capitole, a historic square lined with notable buildings and the exquisite Occitan Cross at its centre.
    Town Square, 31000 Toulouse, France.
  • The Jacobin Convent Complex which is sure to enthral architecture buffs with its gothic influence. This convent has a choir stand which is supported by a palm tree with 22 branches.
    Rue Lakanal, Parvis des Jacobins, Toulouse, France.
    +33 5 61 22 23 82.
  • Les Abattoirs: the Museum of Modern Art has more than 2,300 pieces of art, consisting of paintings, sculptures, drawings and photographs. Some of the modern artists featured here include Jean Dubuffet and Marcel Duchamp.
    76 Allées Charles-de-Fitte, Toulouse, France.
    +33 5 34 51 10 60.
  • The Musée Saint-Raymond: this Archaeology Museum is itself located inside a listed historic building which was a university in medieval times. The collection includes archaeological finds from the Roman to the Early Middle Ages.
    1 Terrace, Place Saint-Sernin, Toulouse, France.
    +33 5 61 22 31 44

La Cour des Consuls ★★★★★

46 Rue des Couteliers

31000

Toulouse

France

Set next to the 16th-century Pont Neuf over the Garonne River, La Cour des Consuls - MGallery *****is situated right in the centre of Toulouse in southern France.

BY PLANE

  • Toulouse-Blagnac Airport (TLS) is located 6.7 km / 4.1 mi west-northwest of Toulouse. It is a fairly well-served international airport, with regular flights from elsewhere in France as well as from a number of capitals and other major cities across Europe, including the UK.

    From the airport to the hotel:

    • Bus: a shuttle bus operates to the centre every 20 minutes, while several public buses also operate to various parts of Toulouse city centre (no.25, no.30, and no.66).
    • Train: the train station is right next to the airport and trains take around 20-30 minutes to reach the city centre.
    • Car: taxis are available outside the ground level arrivals area (between gate B3 & C1). Otherwise, major car rental services are available, be sure to book in advance!

BY TRAIN

  • Gare de Toulouse-Matabiau is the main railway station in Toulouse, located along the ring road circling the city centre. It is served by France's high-speed TGV train services and it is therefore possible to reach Toulouse by train rapidly from a number of neighbouring countries, as well as elsewhere in France.

Location
9.6/10
Common areas
8.9/10
Rooms
8.3/10
Service
8.9/10
Restaurant
8.7/10
  • Health & travel rules for France:
    There are no longer any health restrictions in place, or travel restrictions into or between EU countries, relating to Covid-19. This is subject to change, so we recommend checking your own government's travel advice prior to departure.
  • Local tourist taxes of €4.75 per person, per night (to be paid directly to the hotel)
  • 1 or 6 nights minimum stay depending on the dates chosen at the time of booking
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Book online or call us +442033265476

From Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and on Saturdays, Sundays and French bank holidays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Local call charges may apply.