La Cour des Consuls: A New Five-Star MGallery Hotel in Toulouse

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La Cour des Consuls, Toulouse

There’s a new luxury hotel on the block in France’s vibrant southwestern city of Toulouse. La Cour des Consuls debuted this September as a member of Accor’s MGallery Collection. Just steps from the Capitole, this five-star hotel occupies two centuries-old mansions that are registered historic landmarks. Behind the red brick exterior—decorated with the original family’s coat of arms—the hotel is styled like a contemporary home with striking features (like the dining room’s enormous fireplace).

La Cour des Consuls, Toulouse

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With just 32 guestrooms (including six suites and an apartment), La Cour des Consuls offers an intimate hotel experience. Every room is kitted out with a Nespresso machine, a minibar with free soft drinks, free Wi-Fi, and "Palace Treca" bedding. Facilities include a gourmet restaurant called Le Cénacle, a clubby British-style bar, two meeting rooms, and a four-room spa featuring beauty products by local brand Graine de Pastel. Buzz: Famed chef Jérôme Ryon created the restaurant menu.

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