Aparthotel in Midi-Pyrenees

All Adagio aparthotels in Midi-Pyrenees: the services of a hotel, the freedom of an apartment for your stay in Midi-Pyrenees

When travelling in Midi-Pyrenees , Toulouse is one of the major destinations and to provide ideal accommodation there are four Aparthotels located in different parts of the city. Perfect for either a short business trip or a long stay leisure break, the Aparthotels in the Midi Pyrenees have many facilities including, meeting rooms, unheated swimming pools, restaurants, bars, fitness centres, golf and parking.

Each apartment, whether it is a studio or one-bedroom apartment, has been equipped to a very high standard with all the comforts of home. You will find a living room, full equipped kitchen, work area and sleeping area. Of course, the basics like a telephone, television and internet access are also provided so that you can relax at the end of a busy day or check your emails easily. To give you even more flexibility, some of the hotels provide an option of breakfast, laundry facilities and somewhere to park your car. All the apartment hotel locations have been chosen with the visitor in mind, so if you need to be near the business district, the airport, or the heart of the city, you will find an Aparthotel perfectly situated.

Culture and Gastronomy in the Midi Pyrenees

The Midi Pyrenees is located right down in the Southwest of France and combines seaside towns, dramatic scenery, vibrant cities and some of the best food in France. The main city in the area is Toulouse, undoubtedly one of the major rugby capitals in France and a vibrant and bustling city. It is also the home of the European aerospace industry with Airbus having its headquarters near the airport. There is also a space museum in the centre of town. Toulouse has two UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the Canal du Midi and the Basilica of St Sernin, which is the largest Romanesque church in Europe.
There are also some stunning places to visit throughout the area including the Millau viaduct (a 2460m long cable bridge that crosses the Tarn), the bastide towns, of which Saint-Cirq-la Popie is a medieval example in the Lot valley, and the gorges of the Tarn and Garonne. Food and wine dominate the countryside and while visiting the area you must taste the prunes from Agen, the distinctive Armagnac brandy, foie gras, slow cooked duck legs (called Confit de Canard) and the rich, fruity red, white and rose wines that are made from the sun drenched grapes of Cahors, Fronton and Gaillac. Whatever your business in the Midi Pyrenees, the Aparthotels in Toulouse make the perfect base for your stay.