Le Père Léon was founded in 1905 by Léon Sentenac, and has stayed in his family ever since. Originally famed as a wine bar, the establishment has since expanded its activities, all the while continuing to respect its history. Today it is still a traditional brasserie, but with a contemporary décor and a modern, yet authentic menu created with the help of chef Jean-Marc Boyer, a Michelin-starred chef at Puits du Trésor in Lastours. A few magnums of wine dating from the old wine bar days add a vintage touch to the décor. Le Père Léon is also a designer hotel whose distinctive rooms create a cozy retreat, perfectly located near all the main attractions of Toulouse.
Hotel Le Père Léon—a delightful dialogue between history and design in the heart of “La Ville Rose,” the Pink City.

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Hotel Le Père Léon
English spoken
41 soundproofed rooms, each equipped with a safe, LCD television with satellite channels and LED display, and air conditioning
Handicap accessible rooms; rooms accessible by elevator
Bathrooms with hairdryer and Père Léon toiletries
The hotel has a baggage check, wake-up service, express check out and 24-hour service desk
Free Wi-Fi in the rooms, the restaurant and common areas
Restaurant open 7 days a week; outdoor terrace open all year
The hotel and restaurant underwent a two-year renovation and reopened in October 2012
Hotel Le Père Léon can arrange car rental from the Toulouse Matabiau train station or the Toulouse-Blagnac airport

Near Hotel Le Père Léon
The hotel is located on the Place Esquirol in the heart of Toulouse, near several tourist sites:
The Saint-Sernin Basilica and Jacobins Clositer
Augustins Museum on rue de Metz (100m away) (www.augustins.org)
Bemberg Foundation at the Hôtel d'Assezat on place d'Assezat (50m away) (www.fondation-bemberg.fr)
Place du Capitole (150m)
Jacobins Museum on rue Pargaminières (600m) (www.cultures.toulouse.fr)
Slaughterhouse Museum (around 1 kilometer away) on allées Charles de Fitte, accessible by metro (www.lesabattoirs.org)
The Pont Neuf bridge and the banks of the Garonne (100m)
The Cité de l'Espace (Space Museum) on avenue Jean Gonord (5 km) (www.cite-espace.com)
Let's Visit Airbus on rue Franz Joseph Strauss in Blagnac (13 km)
Tourist train, leaves from Place du Capitole (www.petittraintoulouse.com)
Pont-Neuf bridge, boat tours on the Garonne and the Midi Canal (listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site)

Location:
31000 Toulouse
Albi : 80km (55mn)
Carcassonne : 93km (1h)
Lourdes : 175km (1h40)
Montpellier : 240km (2h12)
Bordeaux : 250km (2h15)
Barcelone (Espagne) : 395km (3h30)
Paris et Lyon sont à 1h d'avion.

Rates* :
Room A


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