24h access by automatic teller
- Air-conditioned room
- Rooms for disabled guests
- Non smoking room
- Family/communicating rooms
The Originals City, Hôtel Ariane offers a varied and well-stocked breakfast buffet. Dairy products, charcuterie, breads, jams, tea, coffee, not forgetting the inevitable viennoiseries "delivered every morning by the baker", explains Pajani. For lunch and dinner, head to La Table d'Ariane, the hotel's partner restaurant in the same building. The menu features fine brasserie cuisine to delight even the most demanding palates.
In the dining room or on the terrace, The Originals City, Hôtel Ariane restaurant offers a menu featuring traditional and regional flavors. "We are supplied daily with vegetables by a local producer," explains the chef. He and his team then go to great lengths to sublimate them, to the delight of many customers who claim to have found "a nice surprise" here. Note: closed on Friday evenings and weekends.
"The restaurant is due to open in early September."
Toulouse's emblematic landmark, the Capitole and its eponymous square, are the city's nerve center. The seat of power since the 12th century, this neoclassical masterpiece unfurls its majestic square, where you can decipher the city's entire history, from the Cathar episode to the creation of the Floral Games, from the Counts of Toulouse to the siege of the city, not forgetting the 8 Capitouls symbolized by 8 pink marble columns. Inside, the splendid Salle des Illustres is well worth a visit.
Close to the hotel, the Montaudran district hides machines with extraordinary mechanics. To discover them, come to the Halle à la Machine, a place as industrial as it is poetic, inviting you to travel through the tales and legends of these "beings" apart, from the smallest machine that fits in your hand to the imposing Minotaur with its 47 t., 13 m long, 4 m wide and 14 m high!
The former buildings of the Augustins convent were transformed into a museum in 1795. It is one of the oldest Fine Arts Museums in France! Its southern Gothic walls house exceptional collections of paintings and sculptures from the Middle Ages to the 20th century, including an admirable collection of Romanesque sculptures from the 12th century. Among the great names represented: Rubens, Delacroix, Corot, Toulouse-Lautrec, Rodin, Camille Claudel...
Did you know that Toulouse holds the French record for the number of 16th-century mansions? A heritage inherited from the golden age of the woad trade, a plant used for blue dyeing. Its leaves, crushed, fermented and rolled into balls, also known as "Cocagnes", made the fortune of merchants who built themselves veritable palaces. Worth a visit: the Hôtel de Bernuy and its tower, one of the highest in the city, and the Hôtel d'Assézat, the most beautiful, which houses a highly interesting museum.
Space adventure awaits you at Cité de l'Espace. Both fun and educational, this park will teach you more about the mysteries of the universe. Don't miss the Moon Runner, the IMAX cinema, the reconstitution of the Ariane 5 rocket or the visit to Mir. And for aircraft enthusiasts or the simply curious, a visit to the Airbus site in Blagnac is a must!
Easy access from the A61 motorway to the south-east of the Pink City, and ample private parking, make the seminar room at The Originals City, Hôtel Ariane, the ideal venue for your seminars and meetings. The 60 m2 Salle Ariane can accommodate up to 30 people. Completely renovated and bright, it boasts air conditioning, wifi and all the equipment you need to ensure your professional events run smoothly (TV, flipchart, video projector, white screen, etc.). Gourmet breaks available on request.
"Hospitality is our business."