Hotels Near Chez Pham In Toulouse
0.29km from Chez PhamThe entrance to the hotel is plain and unpretentious, in keeping with its heritage. That's just what a history buff like me was looking for on this visit! On my way to my room on the third (top) floor, I had a wonderful view of the picturesque inner courtyard and the peaceful patio. The room was plenty big, and was furnished with simple, period pieces. The all-important bed was modern and very, very comfortable. The bathroom was also thoroughly modern, although there was a bit of exposed plumbing where the new fixtures didn't quite install perfectly in the old building. Regardless, everything worked as designed. The staff was very friendly and efficient. The receptionist speaks English very well. The optional breakfast featured an excellent croissant or "pain de chocolat" (your choice) plus an abundant selection of bread, homemade jams, cheeses, yogurt, and more. The attendant is always nearby and eager to assist wherever needed. The famous terracotta brick historical area starts when you step outside the hotel front door. Many top attractions (e.g. Jacobins, Saint Sernin, etc.) are within easy walking distance, as are countless bakeries and pubs. The tram to Airbus or the airport is just a 10-minute walk away. I recommend the hotel for its location, friendly staff, and historical experience.
0.49km from Chez PhamFour stars for location. Other than that, little wow factor. Maybe my expectations were too up from all the rave reviews. Room felt grim and cramped to me. To call it a specially themed "design hotel' just because there's one picture of a dancer in the dance room, seems a stretch. Bathroom very cramped too. Wouldn't have minded any of this per se if the website hadn't looked over-promising. Upon arrival, there was a long spiel about breakfast (shown in powerpoint!) and after saying I wanted just yogurt and fruit, I was told that would be 14 euros since my room did not include breakfast. I said I could have sworn it did but the girl insisted that this was not so. Not keen on paying 14 euros for a bit of yogurt and fruit, I cancelled the breakfast, but then, out of curiosity, checked my e-mail confirmation in my room, and sure enough, breakfast was included. She said her colleague had checked the wrong box. These things can happen, no problem, but the way to deal with it when a guest seems sure, is to assume they are right first, rather than vice versa. Secondly, I wanted to pay for my room on arrival so I could benefit from the few hours I had to see the city and not worry about it in the morning when catching an early train. This turned into more of a to-do then necessary, having to wait, whereas one would expect it to be pretty easy to print out a bill.
0.54km from Chez PhamIf you're looking for an inexpensive option for a quick stay in Toulouse, ResidHotel Toulouse is a perfect option. The staff is very nice, helpful, and welcoming and the rooms are spacious and have the basics you need. Only thing you need to be mindful of is that this is a quick-stay, self-service type of place with no house keeping or room service. So you'll likely want to bring your own toiletries if you plan to stay longer than 1-2 days (as they don't refill soap or shampoos). The shower has a bottle attached to the wall as an "all-in-one" shampoo/conditioner/shower gel, if you are ok to manage with just that. Toilet paper is limited to the roll they provide and they give you one large towel and one small hand towel. That said, for the price it's a very decent place to stay. Rooms are clean and it feels almost airbnb or dorm-room esque. Most things are in French, but the staff speaks English and can help you out. I've stayed here twice now and would definitely stay again.
Very Good10 Reviews
0.69km from Chez PhamExcellent Hotel, location and car parking facilities. Hotel validates your ticket and cost per day is around 19 Euros. Car park is located underneath Hotel and you can use your Sat Nav to direct you to the entrance. We spent Christmas with family in Toulouse and found the room and facilities excellent. The privilege rooms are in fact two rooms with one containing a very handy modern kitchen and the other the bathroom. It gave us plenty of space with all our luggage. Both areas have flat screen TVs. The staff were always very pleasant and very helpful. We would highly recommend this hotel and will definitely be back. The only negative was the street facing rooms can be noisy when the local bars and clubs close at night, with people passing.
Very Good1 Reviews
0.7km from Chez PhamWe stayed here for two nights while visiting Toulouse. It’s in a really good location, close to Place Dupuy, with good metro and bus links to the rest of town, not to mention a nice view over the Canal du Midi. There are numerous supermarkets, cafes & restaurants in the vicinity. Our room was small, but well-equipped, with a comfortable fold down bed. The communal air-conditioning was very effective during the heatwave taking place during our stay. The wi-fi was good, but the requirement to login afresh every time we returned to the room grew irritating and is out of step with normal standards. Despite our waiting until 3pm to check-in, the cleaners had not finished the room when we arrived with our keys. While the room has a kitchenette (ie. there are expectations of self-catering), no washing-up liquid is supplied (there was a sponge and draining rack). On enquiring, I was told that guests have to supply this themselves! This is ludicrous for a property marketing itself as an 'Appart Hotel'. No one on holiday carries washing-up liquid. Additionally, this was the only accommodation throughout our four weeks travelling in France that insisted on taking a copy of my passport at check-in – everywhere else was fine with my driver’s licence, so a slightly odd policy, rigidly applied.
0.83km from Chez PhamSummary: location, location, location. What better location in Toulouse can you build a hotel? Not too many. Shops, historical sites, restaurants, transportation... all surrounding this hotel! Pros: - Again: Location, Location, Location! - Very friendly and helpful staff - Nice breakfast - Large and comfortable rooms - Not a new property, but properly maintained Cons: - Looking for amenities? Look outside (it was only a minor issue to me) - If you pick a room facing the Capitole, it can be a bit noisy - Heavy traffic if you want to get in and out by car during peak hours I stayed at this hotel for a month during a business trip. Overall, I couldn't ask for more from a hotel, especially at the price I was charged. Take out a map and see where the hotel is. It is at the Capitole! The hotel is in a corner of a square with restaurants, coffee shops, and retail stores there. Subway station is a 5-min walk, and the Garonne is 15 mins walk away. There are numerous historical churches and museums closeby. Michelin and budget friendly restaurants, retails stores, shopping malls, supermarkets... if you are the social type, this place IS THE PLACE! That's right. If you are the type who enjoys quietness... remoteness... then this place is not for you. Staff... can make or break a hotel. This hotel's staff is excellent! Always helpful and friendly. There was not a moment when I felt I was helpless when I was thousands of miles away from home. I always got the help I asked for (of course, I was always reasonable). The hotel is not new, but it has been properly maintained. For what they charged me and the quality of service I was given, I will stay there again should I end up in that corner of the world in the future! Merci!
Very Good10 Reviews
0.83km from Chez PhamWe stayed here for three nights and had a room off the interior patio. Being off the patio is a definite plus as you get no street noise. The room was a good size for a city centre hotel, the bathroom (shower only) actually quite roomy and recently renovated. The front desk personnel were friendly (think it probably included the owner). There are only about 30 rooms so it is small enough that they would recognize you. Note as you would expect for the price, this is not a luxury hotel so don’t expect fancy linens are furniture (though some of the lighting and furniture is beautiful). But neither will get you thinning towels or stained sheets, just regular stuff. Great value.
Very Good10 Reviews
0.83km from Chez PhamBooked this hotel for one night on a stop over in Toulouse as a group of six. Had three twin rooms, two rooms had no functioning A/C, one had no plug in the bath (rooms all had baths not showers), there is no fridge in the room and no safety box. However it is a very good central location, rooms are reasonably sized and you are only paying £57 a night for a room in July in central Toulouse so your not really going to expect much more. We didn’t try the breakfast as it was 10 Euro per person while you can get a fantastic petit dejuner in the nearby Capitole for under 7 Euro. So I would not book this hotel for a longer stay unless you are really on a tight budget but it is fine and perfectly located if you on a tight time scale visit to Toulouse.
Very Good1 Reviews
0.85km from Chez PhamWe booked a junior suite which had a nice size outer room with a sofa, a couple of chairs and a large screen TV. The bedroom and bathroom were a good size. The suite was very clean and the bed was comfortable. The room was very quiet. My only complaint about the suite was that there was no place with a mirror, in or near the bathroom, to plug in the provided hair dryer. I had to plug it in near the suite door, in an outlet next to the closet. It was not very convenient. The included breakfast buffet had a nice selection of cereals, cheeses, breads, meats, etc. If you wanted eggs you had to make your own. The people at the front desk were very nice and tried to be helpful, but some didn't speak English as well as you would expect in a large, chain hotel in a big city. And a few were not very knowledgeable. The standout exception was a woman named Thara. She was very knowledgeable and went above and beyond several times to answer questions and help us in any way she could. She was terrific. The best thing about this hotel is its great, central location. It was within very convenient, easy walking distance to museums, parks, restaurants and shops.
0.85km from Chez PhamThis guest house is in a good location – near tram and metro stops. It was not entirely what expected – about 4-5 rooms in a house, with a very nice young lady running the establishment and providing breakfast etc. It was fine to leave the cases there from mid-morning, but we could not use the room until 16.00 which is quite late, but then we did have access to a small garden at the back of the house. We had a triple room which was spacious and well equipped, the bathroom was a fair size. It is on a busy street so we were glad to have a room away from street. The room was an inner room and the only window opened into the kitchen – not ideal but given the trade-off of this and a noisy street I would take this. There is no air conditioning but there is a fan. Everything was clean. Unfortunately our visit was not without its issues - we became caught in a dispute between the owner and the booking platform, our booking confirmation said breakfast was included, the owner (who lives elsewhere and we spoke to by phone), said it was not and would cost 9Euros each. The written contract was very clear and it was unpleasant having to start our stay with a robust conversation because of this dispute. A few points on this – this happened once before to us and in that case the owner honoured what the written confirmation said without question, in this case we did eventually get a 50% reduction. We would strongly recommend anyone thinking of staying here to double check this rather than find out when it is too late to do anything other than have an argument, which is not a pleasant start to any stay and brought the rating down for us.
0.88km from Chez PhamEven though I’m not a Millenial, I’ve stayed at numerous micro hotels targeting Millennials (citizenM, Yotel, Ruby, Moxy, etc) and Mama Shelter is definitely my favourite... Most of the negative reviews are probably from people who just don’t get the concept - of course you’re not getting a free dental kit and if you don’t like the mood lighting you can turn it off! This is my second MS experience - previously tried MS Bordeaux - and it fully exceeded expectations. I like some of the other Brands in this category, the rooms and the bathroom are more than adequately sized. The bed was comfortable, room was clean, everything worked fine. Service was perfectly fine throughout my stay - although if you expect to be waited on hand and foot you need to go back to Hyatts and Westins. The one time I had trouble finding a switch I called reception and the person was at my door in 3 mins to help me find it. The location of the Toulouse property if fantastic, and the bar and restaurant vibe is great. Only drawback I noticed was the lack of USB sockets which was odd given the target market. Can’t wait to check out Mama Shelters in other cities....!!!
Very Good10 Reviews
0.89km from Chez PhamThis is an excellent hotel for the price being centrally located for pretty much all you could want in this fabulous French city. The rooms are plenty large enough with excellent shower and toilet facilities. Wifi is strong & solid and heating is adjustable in each room. Breakfast is good quality with a choice of cooked or continental. Staff are helpful and speak good English. We went for a rugby game as a team of four and none of us had any complaints. There is an enormous choice of bars, cafes, and restaurants next, door, near by and a short walk away but you might want to find the market place just around the corner where a whole array of top quality food is for sale but also, on the first floor, there is a wide array of boutique cafe/restaurants all selling high quality local produce. Every desire is catered for. The only thin that might disappoint is you may have to queue as it it very popular with the locals which should tell you all you need to know..
Hotels Near Chez Pham In Toulouse Review
Toulouse City Center
Summary: location, location, location. What better location in Toulouse can you build a hotel? Not too many. Shops, historical sites, restaurants, transportation... all surrounding this hotel! Pros: - Again: Location, Location, Location! - Very friendly and helpful staff - Nice breakfast - Large and comfortable rooms - Not a new property, but properly maintained Cons: - Looking for amenities? Look outside (it was only a minor issue to me) - If you pick a room facing the Capitole, it can be a bit noisy - Heavy traffic if you want to get in and out by car during peak hours I stayed at this hotel for a month during a business trip. Overall, I couldn't ask for more from a hotel, especially at the price I was charged. Take out a map and see where the hotel is. It is at the Capitole! The hotel is in a corner of a square with restaurants, coffee shops, and retail stores there. Subway station is a 5-min walk, and the Garonne is 15 mins walk away. There are numerous historical churches and museums closeby. Michelin and budget friendly restaurants, retails stores, shopping malls, supermarkets... if you are the social type, this place IS THE PLACE! That's right. If you are the type who enjoys quietness... remoteness... then this place is not for you. Staff... can make or break a hotel. This hotel's staff is excellent! Always helpful and friendly. There was not a moment when I felt I was helpless when I was thousands of miles away from home. I always got the help I asked for (of course, I was always reasonable). The hotel is not new, but it has been properly maintained. For what they charged me and the quality of service I was given, I will stay there again should I end up in that corner of the world in the future! Merci!
I booked this hotel for business as it is very convenient for the office I was to visit. The hotel is basic, although there are some gym and pool facilities, but as pointed out by other reviews there are no shops or restaurants nearby. Taxis are expensive around Toulouse airport, so if you want to go out in the evening it is going to cost you. My biggest problem though was that there is no reception between 13 and 3 or after 8 pm. As I arrived much later than this I was stuck outside in the cold trying to contact the help desk who would give me the key to collect my key. This took about 30 minutes - the number given to call went to voicemail continuously which was not helpful at all.
The hotel is very nice and the staff was welcoming. Please do not book this hotel if you have no car as it is quite far from everything and the hotel restaurant is not always open. It was more on the pricy side (restaurant) but the food was quite decent, especially for breakfast.
I struggle to find anything positive to say about this hotel. The receptionist who checked us in was nice and the breakfast was adequate for 9€pp extra. The area: it’s in a rough area of the city we didn’t feel safe walking the 20 min walk back from the city after dark. There is a metro station next door ( one of the reasons we booked ) lots of big groups of youths hanging around . Blood splattered pathways did nothing to reassure us it was safe. The hotel room: black mould on walls dirty, damaged carpet , dark, just horrible (the only reason we stayed was we were attending an event in the city the next day. ) I can see why they take payment up front ! The attached photos don’t show just how bad it was. The pool : yuck ! There is a scum mark around the water line that shows the pool hasn’t been cleaned properly for months, frankly I wouldn’t let my dog swim in there let alone myself The lift: if I were religious I would have prayed every time I got in it . It groaned and blinked and sometimes went to the totally wrong floor Checkout: we had paid upfront ( payment was actually taken twice by the hotel, I appreciate these things can happen ) but the receptionist on checkout attempted to take a third payment despite my having the receipt, also tried to charge us for 4 breakfasts for 2 of us. She then complained when I paid cash not card. In short don’t stay here it’s awful !
Toulouse City Center
We were disappointed by this hotel. I had tried to book car parking ahead of our visit but had been unable to. This meant that we only got one night parking and had to use the expensive nearby 'Indigo' parking for day two with an annoying changeover. Our room was dark and cramped and the hotel is in a back street and small. The owner appears to be competing for the 'Basil Fawlty of Toulouse' title. He was alternately rude and inappropriate. We thought that several of his attempts at 'humour' missed the mark by a long way. There are surely much better (and cheaper) places to stay in Toulose - we would NOT recommend Hotel Heliot. Our room had a safe but Basil told us that it was 'broken'. We also had very intermittent Wi-Fi connection.
First of all you have to keep in mind where you are. That is in a Ibis Budget 2 star hotel. If you keep this in mind then you will be able to appreciate more or less your stay. So by taking this in consideration Ibis Budget is a descent stay, with relatively small rooms and even smaller bathrooms. In the majority of the rooms i have seen there are at least four beds (2 single with a bunk on top and a sofa bed) no matter if you are all alone in the room which is bad because the space of the room is reduced significant. It is clean though and the air conditioning works ok. The WiFi is descent something good since you will be staying for business, there is a lot of parking space. The biggest disadvantage is the breakfast which i could say its bad. Some croissants, some bread with butter and yellow cheese, yogurts and a coffee that is undrinkable.
Searches related to Hotels Near Chez Pham in Toulouse
Brand of the Year Awards 2020, South Korea
Google Material Design Awards 2019
Asia eCommerce Awards 2019, Hong Kong
Copyright © 2021 Trip.com Travel Singapore Pte. Ltd. All rights reserved
Site Operator: Trip.com Travel Singapore Pte. Ltd.