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Four-Star Toulouse Hotel Offers Accommodation Close to Upcoming Space Show

Enjoy Business-Friendly Amenities and a Convenient Location at the Courtyard Toulouse Airport

TOULOUSE, FRANCE -- (Marketwired) -- 04/28/14 -- The biggest and brightest from the aeronautics industry will gather in Toulouse once again for the annual Space Show. Taking place at the Pierre Baudis Congress Centre, near this Toulouse hotel accommodation, this year's event promises to be the best yet.

The fourth annual Toulouse Space Show will take place 30 June to 2 July 2014, and is expected to draw 800 visitors from space agencies, major contractors, service companies and small- and medium-sized enterprises from the space sector. Representatives from 30 countries will be in attendance, and 100 exhibitors will be on hand to showcase the latest and greatest at the Toulouse conference venue.

This year's event will feature a new format with roundtable discussions for both institutional stakeholders and regional, national and international experts in space infrastructures and applications. This year will also feature demonstrations as well as a service for scheduling appointments with new and existing business contacts.

Those looking for a place to meet can explore the options in this Toulouse hotel, which includes three meeting rooms. The largest space, combining two of the three, can host up to 80 guests, while those looking for a less formal setting can meet over a meal at Oleo Pazzo. The hotel's Mediterranean bistro features southern-style, home-cooked dishes and a garden terrace.

Space Show attendees staying at the Courtyard Toulouse Airport will enjoy a modern, cozy guest room that offers a large desk with ergonomic chair, elegant bathroom, high-speed Internet access, luxury bedding, a minifridge and coffee/tea service. A fitness center and outdoor heated pool offer relaxation and recreation after a full day at the show.

To learn more about the Toulouse Space Show, visit www.toulousespaceshow.eu/tss14/.

About the Courtyard Toulouse Airport
Whether in town for business or leisure, every guest at the four-star Courtyard Toulouse Airport receives the attentive service, modern amenities and comfortable accommodations that have earned this hotel a place in the hearts of travelers from around the globe. Just minutes from the Toulouse Blagnac International Airport, major museums and the famous Place du Capitole, this hotel offers guest rooms that are business-friendly without sacrificing comfort or style. Each Toulouse airport hotel accommodation offers an elegantly designed bathroom, luxurious bedding, a flat-screen TV with premium cable, high-speed Internet access, a large desk, in-room dining, coffee/tea service and a minifridge. Stay in shape at the fitness centre or seasonal outdoor heated pool, and refuel with a snack from the 24-hour market. Start the day with a full American breakfast at Oleo Pazzo, or settle in for a dinner of southern-style, home-cooked dishes on the terrace in the evening. With a complimentary airport shuttle, location close to major corporations including Airbus headquarters and three meeting rooms, the Courtyard Toulouse Airport is popular with both local and international businesses.

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