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Location

Sangha Hotel Toulouse is located 20 minutes from the main city centre, from Toulouse Matabiau station and from Toulouse Blagnac airport. It’s also not far from Le Zenith – a 6-minute walk – if you love watching performances by national and even international stars, and the MEETT convention centre – 10 minutes by car or 30 minutes by tram – for business travellers.

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How to get here?

By public transport

The Cartoucherie stop is right by the hotel (a 2-minute walk)
— Toulouse Matabiau station: 25 minutes (line A to Arènes then Tram T1/T2 to Cartoucherie)
— Toulouse Blagnac airport: 15 minutes (tram T1/T1 to Cartoucherie, engineering works currently underway so journey time is increased to 30 minutes with replacement shuttle and tram)

By bike

15 minutes from the main city centre.
VélÔToulouse bikes are available at Matabiau station and also outside the hotel in the Cartoucherie district.

By car

Exit 1 towards Casselardit/Lardenne/Saint-Cyprien
— Toulouse Matabiau station: 15 minutes
— Toulouse Blagnac airport: 10 minutes

Where to park?

— On-site underground parking is available. To be reserved at the time of booking, subject to availability.
— The entrance is opposite 12 rue Thomas Dupuy (parking entrance with Sangha logo).

Public pay parking nearby, open 24 hours a day

SANGHA TOULOUSE

SANGHA TOULOUSE

SANGHA TOULOUSE

SANGHA TOULOUSE

SANGHA TOULOUSE

Eco-district to discover

For its first establishment, the Sangha Hotels group has chosen the heart of Toulouse’s emblematic La Cartoucherie site.

This 30-hectare eco-neighborhood features 2 hectares of natural spaces and parks, numerous cultural offerings, shops and industrial halls dating from 1917. Rehabilitated as a “tiers-lieu”, these offer a program of gastronomic, sporting and cultural events.

Seven days a week, this lively and original venue invites and encourages visitors to discover new flavours, meet local producers, craftspeople and artists. As Toulouse’s new HQ, this eco-neighborhood offers residents, tourists and the curious, the possibility of innovative, sustainable and participative “living together”.