Hotel in the
Saint-Cyprien district of Toulouse
Hôtel Gascogne is located in the heart of the Saint-Cyprien district in Toulouse. Easily and rapidly accessible by car, train or plane, Hôtel Gascogne is located near many shops and restaurants. It boasts an ideal location for visitors to the new MEETT exhibition and convention centre, as well as business trips and weekend breaks to explore Toulouse, known to locals as 'La Ville Rose' (The Pink City), where famous French singer Claude Nougaro was born.
The Hôtel Gascogne's benefits:
- 2 minute walk from Hôpital Joseph Ducuing.
- 2 minute walk from Clinique Rive-Gauche (formerly 'Sarrus Teinturiers').
- close to the Casino de Toulouse and its show venue.
- close to many restaurants in the Saint-Cyprien district.
Make the most of your stay at Hôtel de Gascogne to explore Toulouse's streets and neighbourhoods, to discover the treasures of 'La Ville Rose' (The Pink City, as it is known to locals), go to a concert, see a show at the Casino de Toulouse, or watch a rugby match at Stadium de Toulouse or Stade Ernest-Wallon.
If you have time, you can venture further into the area around Toulouse, with its beautiful nature, culture and architecture.
- Cité de l’Espace: a fascinating journey into the world of space travel, for visitors from 7 to 77 years old.
- Les Abattoirs: Toulouse's contemporary and modern art museum, where some 4000 works are displayed.
- Couvent des Jacobins: this church offers a haven of calm in the city centre and is a fine example of medieval architecture, including its magnificent cloister.
- Canal du Midi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site: perfect for walks, bike rides (Escape route), and cruises on the canal from March to June (link to Les Bateaux Toulousains).
- The Garonne river and Canal de Brienne: cruises from June to October.
- The markets of Toulouse: Saint-Sernin flea market (Sunday), Victor Hugo gourmet food market and the Saint-Cyprien indoor food market (5 minutes from Hôtel Gascogne).
- Espace EDF Bazacle: a hydroelectric dam where you can learn about renewable energy. There is a stunning panoramic view of Toulouse and the Garonne from the terrace.
- Museum de Toulouse: learn about the living world at this natural history museum.
- Place du Capitole: a lively square with many café terraces.
- Halle de La Machine: take a fun and interactive journey into the world of machines and extraordinary creatures.
- Basilique Saint-Sernin: this basilica is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Musée des Augustins: Toulouse's museum of fine arts (reopening in 2022).
In the area around
- Albi Cathedral and Episcopal Palace: a UNESCO World Heritage Site, 1 hr away
- Carcassonne: this medieval city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, 1 hr 10 mins away
- Château de Foix: the medieval castle of Gaston Fébus, on the doorstep of Cathar Country, 1 hr 5 mins away
- Cordes-sur-Ciel: a bastide (fortified town) perched on the Cordes plateau, 1 hr 10 mins away
- Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges: a former Roman town with a Gothic cathedral, 1 hr 10 mins away