Explore the charming city of Tarbes, situated in southeast France, from the affordable and comfortable Première Classe Tarbes – Bastillac.
There’s more than enough within the local area to keep even the most seasoned traveler entertained. Experience amazing views of the Pyrenees mountain range, enjoy modern amenities, and explore the region’s traditional markets. For those traveling by car, the hotel enjoys excellent transport links; exit 12 of the A64 is nearby and provides easy access to and from the hotel. The nearest SNCF train station is four kilometers away, while the local University district is just 10 minutes away. Sports enthusiasts can visit the Maison des Arts Martiaux, a martial arts center, or the Maison de l’escrime, a fencing center. A bus stop outside the hotel provides cheap and convenient public transport throughout the region.
There are 49 affordable rooms available at the hotel, all capable of sleeping between one and three guests. Each room is equipped with air-conditioning, a private en suite bathroom with a shower and WC, a work desk, a TV with integrated alarm clock, and free Wi-Fi access.
For as little as €5, guests can start their day with a self-service breakfast buffet, served from 6:30am to 10:00am on weekdays and from 7:00am to 10:00am on weekends and public holidays. Children under 10 are always welcome at the restaurant and eat for half price. For lunch and dinner, visitors can sample traditional cuisine at some of the nearby restaurants, easily accessible from the A64.
The hotel provides a 24-hour automatic card payment system for a hassle-free check-in and check-out. An excellent base for leisure or business guests in Tarbes, choose Première Classe Tarbes – Bastillac.
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