Hôtel des Beaux Arts, character and eclecticism

charm - boutique hotel
Hôtel des Beaux Arts, character and eclecticism

In Toulouse, this boutique hotel offers rooms with distinct universes, but also unobstructed views over the Garonne River and the city's historic centre.

It would be hard to find a better location in Toulouse: two steps away from the Pont-Neuf bridge in the Carmes neighbourhood, the Hôtel des Beaux Arts is housed in an 18th-century building, which is also a listed monument. The 18 pleasant rooms offer picture-postcard views of either the Garonne River or the city's historic centre. Each is practically a work of art in itself, right down to the layout, with a unique theme to every one: "Icons", elegant in its sobriety, displays black and white portraits of David Bowie, Serge Gainsbourg and Catherine Deneuve. The "Maye" room was named after a street artist from Montpellier and, as the name suggests, "Tribute to Mondrian" bears the mark of famous early 20th-century Dutch painter and pioneer of Abstract art Piet Mondrian. Often decorated by upcoming artists, the rooms display various original art pieces. Bargain-hunt from your bed - who knows, you may make an impulse buy!

Hôtel des Beaux Arts
1 place du Pont-Neuf
31000 Toulouse

+33 (0)5 34 45 42 42

https://www.hoteldesbeauxarts.com/en

Rooms: from 79 EUR