17 rue St-Antoine, Albi, 81000, France
Founded in 1734, this eminently comfortable hotel in the center of town is one of the oldest in France and has been run by the same family for five generations (note the Toulouse-Lautrec sketches given to the owner's great-grandfather, a friend of the painter). Modern renovations have brought everything up to speed in terms of comfort. Room 30 has a pleasing view of the garden; pristine white furnishings give it a spacious feel.
- slightly off the beaten path in a quiet area
- friendly staff
- breakfast is very expensive
- overall, doesn't quite live up to its four-star rating
Rate Includes: Closed 2 wks in Dec. No meals
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