Situated beautifully within a stunning grassy area on the road to Toulouse, Campanile Toulouse Nord – L’Union is an ideal destination for professionals, families, and solo travelers to this stunning French city.
There is a fitness trail just five minutes’ walk from the hotel, ideal for those who like to stay in shape, while the mineral springs center – just a five-minute drive away – is a must-see attraction for visitors to the local area. Toulouse city center and the Cité de l’espace space adventure park are just 10 minutes away, while Albi, a nearby town, is just a 40-minute drive from the hotel.
The hotel’s 70 three-star double and twin rooms are equipped with flat screen televisions, air-conditioning, a separate bathroom, direct line telephones, and complimentary trays. In addition, there are rooms adapted for people with reduced mobility, ensuring that the hotel remains accessible to all guests.
From 6:30am to 9:00am guests can enjoy a delicious breakfast buffet; tea, coffee, fresh fruit juice, cereals, pastries, cold meat platters, and yogurts are all available. The hotel’s restaurant can seat up to 60 people, providing guests with a delicious seasonal menu. Lunch and dinner is served from 12:00pm to 2:00pm and 7:00pm to 10:00pm respectively, while a tray meal service is available until 10:00pm, although booking is required.
For business travelers to the region, the hotel provides three fully air-conditioned rooms, fitted with the right equipment for a successful conference. This includes video projectors, flat screen televisions, a projection screen, a flipchart, office materials, and free unlimited Wi-Fi. In addition, the hotel’s support team are available to make sure any conferences go off without a hitch. For work or leisure, Campanile Toulouse Nord – L’Union is an ideal choice.
Your guide will take you in a 2.5 hrs tour through the historical city
Walk along the banks of the Garonne River and the old roman port.
Hear interesting tales and get fascinating facts throughout from your guide.
Be astonished by the history of the Counts of Toulouse and the cruzade against the Cathars.