Hôtel Pullman Toulouse Centre
What We Love
- Mod property close to the city's historic sights
- 24-hour fitness lounge
- Indulgent toiletries from French perfumer Roger & Gallet
What To Know
- Popular with business travelers
- Parking is an additional $32 per day
- Free WiFi
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Dubbed the Pink City for its rose-hued brick buildings, Toulouse has a charming, classic aesthetic. In contrast, the Pullman is a contemporary crash pad just minutes from centuries-old squares and monuments. The spacious lobby features modern furnishings, bold sculptures and contemporary artworks, and the stark white walls are offset by dramatic red and black detailing. Striking light fixtures and oversize orchids complete the look.
Bed and Bath
The guestrooms combine comfort and convenience, and all feature a good-size work area, soundproof windows and flat-screen TVs. The soothing gray, fawn and burnt orange palette is jazzed up by brightly colored wall prints. Perks in the Deluxe Rooms and Suites include free soft drinks and Nespresso coffee machines. The earth-tone bathrooms have invigorating rainfall showerheads, comfy robes, slippers and Roger & Gallet bath products.
The elegant SW restaurant offers regional cuisine using ingredients procured in local markets. Have the express breakfast (pastries, juice and coffee) if you’re heading to a meeting, or sit down for a leisurely brunch on weekends. The hotel predominantly caters to a business crowd, so there’s a connectivity lounge for high-speed internet and copying services and plenty of meeting and banquet rooms. There’s also a comfy lounge area at the Vinoteca bar, which serves an impressive selection of international wines by the glass or bottle. Fitness facilities include a small gym with cardio equipment and weights.
In the Area
The hotel is within easy reach of many of Toulouse’s attractions, including the majestic Place du Capitole, which houses the city hall, the opera house and a collection of 19th-century artworks in the Salle des Illustres. The Canal du Midi, once an innovative transport hub, is now a popular spot for boating. Get a fashion fix on Rue d’Alsace-Lorraine, a pedestrian-only shopping street with a Galeries Lafayette department store. There are plenty of restaurant options nearby, but the Michelin-starred Michel Sarran (a 10-minute walk away) is highly recommended. Try the seasonal three-course Capitole lunch menu paired with wine.
How to Get There
Really nice hotel. Very friendly and helpful staff. Breakfast above average, a lot of choices. I can't fault the hotel, everything from the staff to the facilities to our vast , comfortable room, was great. Even the gym ( though a little small ) was good enough for what we needed. I gladly return.
The pumpkin soup is light and tasty. The chicken is well done. The portion is rather big. The mango cake is flavourful. The ambient of the restaurant is very nice but be prepared to paid for the meal.
Randomly found this hotel when searching for a hotel close to our office. This came up and I’m so glad it did. The hotel itself is quite modern. Modern decor, clean design quirky and full of kitsch. Upon check in ; we had a wonderful attendant who was super helpful the entire trip. The room was clean, perfect temp, excellent bath products (which is helpful on business travel.) The location was perfect to get to our office and wandering around Toulouse. It was great to walk to great bars and dining options. The cute little center with the carousel was a great place to people watch and have cocktails.
I only had breakfast at the hotel and it was delightful. It was fast, yummy and had a solid selection. There was a cute bar; but we didn’t visit...
I am a fan of this property and definitely recommend!