Prefecture city of the Tarn department, it offers many accommodation options adapted to all budgets and all types of stays. Bearing the stamp of different historical periods, the city displays a unique architectural heritage.
Check out our B&B Hotel in Albi and take advantage of your stay in the region to discover the emblematic places and the richness of the surroundings of the Valley of the Tarn.
Situated in the heart of the new Occitanie region, the city of Albi enjoys a privileged geographical location.
On the Route du Pastel, our hotel’s location makes it easy to travel throughout the department, and while you’re in you’ll be treated to a modern, spacious and fully equipped room. You’ll enjoy all the comfort you need for a memorable stay with us! Our hotel features free and unlimited Wi-Fi, along with family rooms that are ideal for your weekends or longer stays with family. Located only a few minutes from sites offering breath-taking views of the region, you’re sure to be delighted with your stay in our establishment.
Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2010, the city commonly known as the “Episcopal City” is home to many of the monuments that make up the richness and reputation of the Albigensian region.
Today, the town boasts a unique feel and emblematic monuments that bear witness to the different periods of development that the city has experienced.
Albi was founded in the Middle Ages, and today you can still admire the famous Episcopal Palace of La Berbie or the Cathedral of Sainte-Cécile, both built during that period.
Thereafter, many events and periods left their mark on the city: the development of the Route du Pastel, the Renaissance, etc.
Take advantage of your stay in Albi to discover and visit the many iconic sites of the city.
To make your stay in the region a memorable one, be sure to visit Albi’s must-see places! Start by making your way to the foot of the Cathedral of Sainte-Cécile, located in the heart of the city centre; you can’t miss it!
To continue exploring, stop at the Palais de la Berbie, the former bishops' fortress, it is now one of the emblems of the episcopal city, and it houses the famous Musée Toulouse-Lautrec, dedicated to the Albigensian artist.
Take the opportunity to admire many of the paintings of this famous artist, who was one of the major exponents of the post-impressionist movement, being also renowned for his posters.
To wrap up your Albi visit, head for the Collégiale Saint Salvi and its cloister.
Located along the Route du Pastel, the city of Albi is the perfect place for walking through the small districts that house museums, pedestrian streets, and many buildings and monuments.
If you’re looking to go for a walk with your sweetheart or with your family, opt for the Berges du Tarn.
Discover, or rediscover, the history that has left its mark on the city by strolling through the old town centre.
Located in the heart of the city, the Rochegude Park is ideal for a walk or a picnic, with nearly four hectares featuring several themes: the English garden, the French garden, and so many others to discover.
The year is marked by many events, both cultural and sports-oriented.
Go ahead and book your hotel in Albi and come for the Carnival in February, the music festivals, or an Albigensian rugby match, perhaps one of the many races taking place on the Albi Racing Circuit, or check out the Lantern Festival in Gaillac, located 25 km from Albi.