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Turnhout, Belgium
Reviewed 27 July 2012

We had a two night stay and found Anjali was in a great location for visiting Toulouse on foot. Breakfast was nice and service very friendly and helpful. The room we had, with the home cinema, was somewhat dissappointing: on the ground floor, with the windows giving out on the busy street, it was difficult to air and keep your...

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Brussels, Belgium
Reviewed 13 June 2012

We found Anjali to offer a mixed bag. On the positive, the rooms are modern and big, the breakfast is good. The location of Anjali is convenient, most of Toulouse can be reached on foot (even though the street in front of the boarding house is less attractive). On the negative, there is a distinct smell of cat in the...

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Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Reviewed 20 May 2012

My parents and I recently stayed in the triple room in the Anjali run by Delphone. A wonderfully lovely hostess with a nice relaxed style. She's done an amazing job doing up the guesthouse with her own exotic style. The room was enourmous and the double bathroom just brilliant for 3 sharing. We loved the beautiful garden and the chooks...

1Thank Katie_em
Paris, France
Reviewed 24 March 2012

The first impression of Anjali is its smart red and black hallway leading to an unpretentious little garden. The four big uncluttered rooms here are done with Delphine's stylish and very personal touch in strong colours and shapes, exotic themes, interesting pieces; nothing banal or run-of-the-mill passes the door. Her generous shower rooms are poems in modern tiles and fittings....

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Los Angeles, California
Reviewed 31 January 2012

We stayed at the Anjali for a few days last summer. The rooms were great and we enjoyed hanging out in the courtyard and watching the chickens. The bathroom in our room had been recently redone and my wife really liked the bathtub. The location is very close to a subway station and we easily walked into town when we...

1Thank Steve K
Reviewed 9 January 2012

We booked Anjali based on good reviews and found it to be an interesting place, but our own experience left us with a few reservations. Delphine speaks very good English and is a mine of information but was perhaps a little distracted as she was leaving in a couple of days. Through a lack of communcication about check in times...

1Thank ptilotus
Norfolk, VA
Reviewed 11 October 2011

This is obviously not in French, but in any language, the Anjali is 'da bomb...it's great! I travel a lot for work and if possible I stay in B&Bs or small character hotels. This time my wife was travelling with me and my colleague in Toulouse said we HAD to stay at the Anjali - glad we did. The outside...

1Thank GregCinVA
Reviewed 4 September 2011

We stayed here en route to a week in the Lot region, we had 2 rooms, ours in the garden opposite the hen house was stunning. Delphine is the perfect hostess, she is extremely welcoming inviting you into her home, gives you the feeling of being happy to answer any questions you may have about the area, nightlife, restaurants, parking,sightseeing...

1Thank Jangolly
Lanark, United Kingdom
Reviewed 3 July 2011

We arrived at the Anjali a little stressed, as our plan was to check in, drop the car at the airport (we'd decided to explore Toulouse on foot at the end of our holiday, a wise idea), return to the maison d'hotes, and then find a restaurant. When we returned our host, Delphine, helped us find a good, local restaurant....

1Thank iljumittajjeb
Paris, France
Reviewed 6 May 2011

Anjali is within easy walking distance (100m) from Metro Line B, dir "Ramonville", stop "Palais de Justice". Currently a 1-day-pass for Toulouse transports (Metro, bus, Tram) costs 5€, a 2-day-pass costs 8€. Take exit "Grande Rue St Michel" and stay on the left side of the road until you reach Nr 86. A big supermarket for picknick shopping is only...

2Thank mmed_france

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
AnjaliA guesthouse located in the heart of ToulouseThis guesthouse is located in an authentic toulousaine (traditional large Toulouse house) built in 1880 and completely renovated, at a 15 minutes’ walk from the Capitole.Anjali is not just any room in town ...The offer comprises of large 300m² (3229 sqft) sunny and quiet gardens that are open to guests in summer as well as in winter with a veranda, where breakfast is served.The unique location of Anjali allows quick and easy access to all activities and entertainment in the Toulouse city center.Delphine, who has been living in Toulouse for 13 years, will be very pleased to welcome you and show you new and unexpected places so you can enjoy and discover the city in a different way. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Maison d'hotes Anjali

Address: 86 Grande rue Saint Michel, 31400, Toulouse, France
Region: France > Occitanie > Haute-Garonne > Toulouse
Price Range: $135 - $202 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 5
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