1, Place du Capitole
Toulouse, 31000
France

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Hotel Overview

The Grand Hotel de l'Opera, symbol of "art de vivre" is nowadays one of the most famous hotels in Toulouse. Located on the Capitole square, in the heart of the "pink city", the history of the hotel stands among the oldest of Toulouse.

In the 17th century, in the midst of the Renaissance period, this nice monument sheltered a monastery. The 1789's events disturbed its quietness. The building was change into the "Lycee de la Revolution", the school of revolution.

New metamorphosis a few years later when the Opera Dance School of Toulouse makes it its own.

In this new designation, the Grand Hotel de l'Opera tribute to its talented tenants who only had to cross the street to perform on stage at the "Theatre du Capitole".

In 1980, the amazing building is refurbished as a sumptuous 4 Star boutique hotel combining the mobility and the charm of Toulouse mansions.

Ever since, the reputation of the Grand Hotel de l'Opera is established. Our hotel continues to warmly welcome guests from all over the world.

In 1996, a fire destroyed no less than 36 rooms. Two years later, Rouleau Hotellerie acquires the Grand Hotel de l'Opera, gives it a fully new direction and restores the hotel to its full splendor.

The interior design was magnified by Elisabeth Drapeau.

The entire team is looking forward to welcoming you soon to our peaceful haven facing the Capitole.

Hotel Amenities

Because We CareSM

Cleaning Standards

Industry-Leading Cleaning Standards

Modified Breakfast

Modified Breakfast Service & Selections (varies by hotel)

Low Rate Guarantee

Low Rate Guarantee

Hotel Policies

Pet Policy
Pets allowed with restrictions: medium size pets allowed upon request, 15 EUR per night.
Child Policy
Children 12 And Under Are Free In Room With One Paying Adult In Existing Bedding.

Location

Hotel location and the surrounding area

Nearby Attractions

Area Business

  • 10 kilometer(s) from Microturbo (Group Safran), 8 chemin du Pont de Rupe, BP 62089, Toulouse Cedex 2
  • 9 kilometer(s) from Vinci Construction, 60 boulevard de Thibaud, BP 48484, 31084 Toulouse Cedex 1
  • 10 kilometer(s) from ATR, 1 allee Pierre Nadot, 31712 Blagnac
  • 5 kilometer(s) from Eiffage Construction, 109 avenue de Lespinet, batiment C, BP 64241, 31432 Toulouse Cedex 4
  • 13 kilometer(s) from Liebherr Aerospace, 408 avenue des Etats-Unis, BP 52010n 31016 Toulouse Cedex 2
  • 8 kilometer(s) from Airbus SAS, 1 rond point Maurice Bellonte, 31707 Blagnac
  • 8 kilometer(s) from Thales Avionics, Basso Cambo 105 avenue du General Eisenhower, 31036 Toulouse Cedex 1
  • 8 kilometer(s) from Meteo France, 42 avenue Coriolis, BP 45712, 31057 Toulouse Cedex 1

Attractions

  • 0.1 kilometer(s) from City center, Grand Hotel de l'Opera is located in the city center just in front of the Capitole square.
  • 0.1 kilometer(s) from Capitole City Hall, This is the emblematic building of the Ville Rose. The state rooms are lined up on the first floor, including the superb Salle des Illustres, a vast gallery of mirrors whose paintings retrace the history of Toulouse and with a view on the Occitanian Cross with the twelve signs of the Zodiac.
  • 0.65 kilometer(s) from Augustins Museum, An haven of peace in the very heart of the city, the former Augustins convent is home to the museum of Fine-Arts. The convent‘s cloister, ideal for strolling around, leads to rooms in which more than 4,000 pieces are on display, including some veritable masterpieces.
  • 0.65 kilometer(s) from Bemberg Fondation, This foundation housed in the Hotel d'Assezat and created by Argentinian collector Georges Bemberg brings together numerous works of western art from the Renaissance to the early XX Century.
  • 0.65 kilometer(s) from St Raymond Museum, Housed within a former late XIII Century college, the Saint-Raymond Museum exhibits a major archaeological collection of more than 1,000 pieces (combs, dice, jewelry) that retraces the everyday lives of the Celts and Romans of the Toulouse region.
  • 0.75 kilometer(s) from Cathedral St Etienne, With its architecture stretching across several centuries combining styles and its slightly lopsided air, this cathedral is worth a visit because of its organs that look as if they are suspended in the air. This incredible medieval construction brings together two Gothic styles: the Southern Gothic and the Northern Gothic style
  • 1 kilometer(s) from Banks of the Garonne, One of the most beautiful views of the city features the Pont Neuf, the Hotel-Dieu Saint-Jacques, the dome of La Grave and the River Garonne. You can enjoy the banks of the river along the Promenade Henri-Martin and at the Place de la Daurade.
  • 1.5 kilometer(s) from Jardin des Plantes, This 7ha public garden is traversed by a stream that is home to ducks, swans and geese and it displays around one hundred different botanical species. These gardens formerly allowed medical students to make use of the medicinal plants. hanks to the pedestrian walkways, you can easily reach the Jardin du Grand-Rond and the Jardin Royal.
  • 1.6 kilometer(s) from Japanese Garden, This garden's exotic feel is a surprise. A veritable invitation to meditate and relax, it is a synthesis of the gardens you can find in Kyoto, Japan
  • 1 kilometer(s) from Notre Dame de la Dalbade, In the heart of the Carmes quarter, Notre-Dame-de-la-Dalbade stands out with its colourful entrance: bizarre for a church whose name means "white". It welcomes visitors through its Renaissance doorway and with its superb tympanum made of coloured ceramic.
  • 1 kilometer(s) from EDF Bazacle, in the city centre, on the riverbank, the Espace EDF Bazacle is one of the cultural venues that are both unusual and unmissable in Toulouse. Its great hall transforms according to the themes tackled by its exhibitions that can be technical, artistic or heritage based. From its panoramic terrace the views of the River Garonne and Saint-Pierre Bridge are magnificent.
  • 1.4 kilometer(s) from Toulouse Museum, Le Museum displays its extraordinary collection of more than two million pieces in these modern and interactive spaces, featuring science laboratories and a botanical garden. It based around 5 themes: Planet Earth, living things, the notion of time, mankind and the future.
  • 1.7 kilometer(s) from Matou Museum, The only museum devoted to advertising posters in France boasts a chic and high-design setting that has been entirely renovated in the heart of the Saint-Cyprien quarter. MATOU has gathered together a unique collection of nearly 20,000 advertising posters. This venue for cultural exchanges displays its exceptional archive during 3 or 4 temporary exhibitions a year.
  • 2 kilometer(s) from Canal du Midi, Listed as World Heritage by UNESCO, the Canal du Midi links Toulouse and the Mediterranean Sea.This waterway can be travelled on foot or by bike, but can also be explored by boat.
  • 2 kilometer(s) from Abattoirs Museum, At this abattoir that was converted into a museum of modern and contemporary art, there have been no animals for many years. Although we are welcomed by a strange kind of bird. This unusual venue places its 3,000 square meters at the disposal of the 4,000 works that make up its permanent collection and the major exhibitions that are held regularly.
  • 5 kilometer(s) from Cite de l'Espace, Walking on the moon, stepping aboard the Mir Space Station, gazing at the Ariane 5 rocket, dreaming with your head in the stars... You can do all of this at the Cite de l'Espace. The Cite offers 2,500 square meters of interactive exhibitions to help you become an expert on the Earth and the Universe as you learn everything about space flight and even find out how to predict the weather.
  • 5 kilometer(s) from Halle de la Machine, Situated on the historic runway used for take-off by the pioneers of the "Aeropostale" airmail service, now known as the "Piste des Geants" (Giants'Runway), la Halle de La machine invites you to discover the collection of street theatre machines designed and made by Francois Delaroziere and La machine company.
  • 11 kilometer(s) from Aeroscopia Museum, Near to the Airbus plant, this 7,000 square meter building houses some fun and interactive zones, an exhibition of legendary aircraft from every era (Concorde, Caravelle, Super Guppy, A300B) and a 58 meter long mural that retraces the history of aeronautics.

Dining

  • Hotel Bar, on premises, Bar/Lounge, American, Open 7:15 a.m. to 11:15 p.m. for: breakfast, lunch, dinner, serving hot drinks, soft drinks, beer, wine, champagne and alcoholic drinks during opening hours. Cold cheese or ham platter as a snack. Light breakfast is served at the bar. Buffet breakfast is served in the breakfast room.
  • Adjacent to Brasserie de l'Opera, Brasserie, French, Open for: lunch, dinner, seven days a week, closed for some holidays
  • Adjacent to Jardins de l Opera, Full Service, French, Open for: lunch, dinner, one star Michelin restaurant, closed on Sunday and Monday

Education

  • 1 kilometer(s) from Capitole University, Subject areas: Law, Economy and Business Administration 2, rue du Doyen-Gabriel-Marty 31042 Toulouse Cedex 9
  • 1 kilometer(s) from Sciences Po, Subject areas: Law, Economics, Political Sciences 2, Ter rue des Puits Creuses CS 88 526 - 31685 Toulouse CEDEX 6
  • 2 kilometer(s) from Toulouse Business School, Subject areas: Management, International Trade, Marketing, Finance 20, boulevard Lascrosses, 31068 Toulouse
  • 4 kilometer(s) from CNRS, Scientific Research National Center Subject areas: Biology, Chemistry, Ecology and Environment, Human and Social Sciences, Information Sciences, Engineering and Systems Sciences, Mathematics, Physics, Sciences of the Universe 29, rue Jeanne Marvig, 31055 Toulouse
  • 5 kilometer(s) from INSA, Engineering school Subject areas: Applied sciences 135, avenue de Rangueil 31077 Toulouse Cedex 4
  • 6 kilometer(s) from ENVT, National Veterinary School of Toulouse Subject areas: Biological and Functional Sciences, Science Pet and Sport Animal Clinics, Livestock and Products, Veterinary Public Health 23, chemin des Capelles – BP 87614 – 31 076 – Toulouse Cedex 3
  • 6 kilometer(s) from ENAC, National School of Civil Aviation Subject areas: aeronautical techniques, electronic systems, computer systems, air traffic 7, avenue Edouard Belin CS 54005 31055 Toulouse Cedex 4
  • 6 kilometer(s) from Paul sabatier University, Subject areas: Sciences, Healthcare, Engineering, New Technologies, Sports Route de Narbonne, 31330 Toulouse
  • 6.5 kilometer(s) from CNES, National Center for Space Studies Subject areas: Aeronautics, Space 18, avenue Edouard Belin, 31400 Toulouse
  • 7 kilometer(s) from Jean Jaures University, Subject areas: Arts, Literature, Languages, Human Sciences, Social Sciences, Technologies Sciences, Teaching 5, allee Antonio Machado, 31058 Toulouse
  • 8 kilometer(s) from INP, University, which brings together 6 major engineering schools Subject areas: Agronomic research, Chemistry, Electronics, Hydrolics, Computer Sciences, Telecommunications, Mechanics, Meteorology 6 allee Emile Monso - BP 34038 31029 Toulouse Cedex 4
  • 12 kilometer(s) from INRA, National Institute of Agronomic Research Subject areas: Agricultural Research Chemin de Borde Rouge, 31320 Auzeville-Tolosane

Nearby Cities

  • 77 kilometer(s) from Albi, Located in Tarn region. Famous for the cathedral and Toulouse Lautrec Museum
  • 95 kilometer(s) from Carcassonne, Located in the Aude area. Famous for the mediaval castle
  • 247 kilometer(s) from Bordeaux, Located in New Aquitaine region
  • 245 kilometer(s) from Montpellier, Located also in Occitanie in Herault area

Recreation

  • 17 kilometer(s) from African safari, Your excursion into the African Safari zoological park begins with a 2 km drive with your car along a trail. The trail continues on foot in the undergrowth where you'll meet more than 600 animals including some farm animals. Cost: Adult: 17 euros, child: 13 euros

Shopping

  • 2 block(s) from City Center, The entire city center with all shops is within walking distance from the hotel. Main shopping Streets are: Rue St. Antoine du T., Rue de la Pomme, Rue Boulbonne, Rue Croix Baragnon, Rue Bouquieres and area around Place de la Bourse (independant stores)
  • 1 block(s) from Alsace Lorraine, Main Shopping street half pedestrian 2 steps from the hotel. You will find all major international brands. Galeries Lafayette department store is located rue Lapeyrouse and open daily from 9:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
  • 1 block(s) from Victor Hugo, Famous for the food market which is worth to discover. Open from Tuesday to Sunday until 1:00 p.m. Several shops also around on the square, such as the famous cheese stores Chez Betty and Xavier.

Transportation

  • 10 kilometer(s) from Toulouse Blagnac International Airport
  • 93 kilometer(s) from Carcassonne Airport
  • 0 kilometer(s) from Metro CAPITOLE (Line A) Line A offers direct access to train station and to Arenes where you can switch to tram which leads directly to the airport
  • 2 kilometer(s) from MATABIAU TGV Train Station, two stops from the hotel with the metro line A. Train station stop called Marengo SNCF - two stops to CAPITOLE (direction of Basso Cambo). Elevator exit near to the Donjon of the tourist office, hotel is a one minute walk