Aparthotel en Haute Garonne
All our apartments en Haute Garonne
Accommodation in an aparthotel, an all-comfort trip
Encounter Languedoc and Gascony and explore the Haute Garonne area whilst enjoying comfort and life at your own pace. Adagio brings you no less than 4 aparthotels in Toulouse and the surrounding area for holidays and weekends during which you come and go as you please.
Whether you’re in the city centre at the Adagio Toulouse Parthenon and the Adagio Access Toulouse Cyprien, or close to the airport and the Adagio Toulouse Aéroport, or perhaps in the business district at the Adagio Access Toulouse, you’ll find that every apartment provides a warm, comfortable welcome so that you really feel like you’re in a home from home. You get internet access, a fitted kitchen, and a space that can be adjusted so that the apartment can be laid out just the way you need. You also get a range of hotel services including breakfast, laundry and dry-cleaning. The Toulouse aparthotels are close to a variety of facilities and public transport networks, and they are an ideal base to explore the Haute Garonne, and even the Midi- Pyrénées region.
The Haute-Garonne region, a peaceful delight
The Haute-Garonne area is in an ideal position in the Midi-Pyrénées region of France, stretching out across a fertile plain at the foot of the mountains irrigated mainly by the Canal du Midi and the flow of the River Garonne. Toulouse is at a historic crossroads amongst the different cultures of Languedoc and Gascony, and the area is packed with all kind of things to do and enjoy for lovers of nature, sport and history. Take long walks on the green slopes of the Pyrénée mountain range or climb up the mountainside to the peaks of the range, reaching altitudes of 3000 metres. There are plenty of good reasons to leave the so-called Pink City of Toulouse: you can go hiking, caving or indulge in winter sports during the winter season, and you can even explore caves containing paleolithic paintings further north. There’s plenty in the city centre too - the story of Southern France can be read in the very walls of the city.