Villa Massalia is a very new hotel, with a harmonious atmosphere. It's near the racetrack - in fact, I think that some rooms open directly onto the track, which is great if races are your thing! It's also near the sea, and the beach is just five minutes walk from the hotel. This applies even to reach the famous Borly park which is an extension of the racetrack, and therefore is very close to the hotel! There are some shops around, especially on the embankment near the beach and restaurants. It is a perfect hotel for a relaxing family holiday, and while it's not particularly close to the centre of the city, it's easy enough to get in and out.
The New Hotel Vieux-Port is in central Marseille, close to the old city port. It has 2 meeting rooms with modern equipment, wireless Internet access throughout the hotel, a reading room cozy and fully renovated rooms. Standard and Superior rooms have a private bathroom with hairdryer and toiletries and are equipped with air conditioning, safe, minibar, modem, wireless Internet access, duvets, satellite flat screen LCD and telephone. No pets allowed.
The Saint Ferreol is located in the heat of the city of Marseille, at the corner of Pisanon and Rue Saint Ferreol. The street is quite lively during the week, and much more so at the weekends, but it's pretty quiet in the evening - it's a shopping area, with no bars or restaurants. The street is semi-pedestrian so the environment around the hotel is fairly quiet. Located near the Opera, the Canebire and the district of Noailles, the hotel has a central location so you can explore Marseille on foot. There are many bars and restaurants in the vicinity of this property.
It is located in the famous Vieux-Port, halfway between the sea and the centre of Marseille. The property has been recently renovated, and all rooms are spacious and bright. The hotel offers meeting rooms with a maximum capacity of 35 people, a stylish bar, 24-hour reception, and helpful staff.
The Belle-Vue hotel has a great location, opposite the old port. The atmosphere here is truly indescribable: this area really retains the spirit of Marseille. The hotel is quite large, so you can't miss it if you are walking along the Quai du Port, not far from the famous restaurant Le Miramar. The area is lively, with plenty of restaurants around the area. The popular Panier district is within walking distance.
The New Hotel Of Marseille - Le Pharo is located in Marseille in Provence Alpes, Cote d'Azur in France. It is a listed hotel - very modern, newly refurbished, providing four-star service. Being located in the center of the city gives it great access to bars, restauranes and museums.
The Radisson Blu Hotel is a very modern, and very well located hotel, right in the old port city of Marseille. You'll find the Fort of Saint Nicholas and the Pharo Park nearby, and you can enjoy magnificent views across the city. From here you can easily explore all of Marseille: the city centre is just ten minutes walk from the hotel. Plus, you can go to the Corniche and the beaches of Prado Pharo through the beautiful park around the hotel ... There are numerous restaurants and bars, and the area bustles from early morning until evening.
The Hotel Mercure Marseille Eurocentre offers internet access with Wifi and is available throughout the hotel if you pay for it. Breakfast buffet is included with the price of the room. Parking is public and free, available in the hotel. Animals aren´t allowed. The staff is very attentive.
The city itself was a surprise because we expected it to be smaller and turned out to be bigger and cozy, even magical with a very good atmosphere. We slept in "la petite maison de Carla" and that was a surprise, a hotel that was very well located, nice, with nice details and a run by Maria, a Spanish based in Aix who was very saucy and will help you with whatever little thing. The room costs 90 euros with breakfast.
The Best Western is located near the Vieux Port of Marseille. It's a 3-star hotel and is a good compromise to sleep near the heart of the city without paying the typical exorbitant prices of hotels in Marseille. The rooms are spacious and have dressers, and the included breakfast includes sweet and savory options.
The Sofitel Marseille Vieux Port offers a unique perspective of the Old Port! Next to the park and the Palace of Pharo, near Fort Saint Nicolas, the hotel stands on a small hill. It's a fairly quiet area, a bit far from the city centre, but close to the Old Port, with its special atmosphere. You can easily walk along the coast to explore the beaches of Marseilles!
Here you can buy holiday apartments for a night, a week, or even a month if you want! The advantage of this type of accommodation is that there's a kitchen in each apartment, so you can save a great deal on restaurants. It's not too close to the centre of Marseille, but there's a subway nearby, and you can get to the Old Port in ten minutes.
The beautiful Inter-Hotel Parc Des Expositions hotel is located in the French city of Marseilles and has easy access to public transport so you can visit all of the city's main attractions and points of interest in minutes. The hotel facilities are above average.
This is a guesthouse in the city centre of Marseille, only about 4 minutes away from the bus station and about 20 minutes from the port, where everything happens. The rooms are simple, clean, and basic, with clean sheets. The receptionist was very friendly, helping us with everything that he could: explaining about nightclubs, bars, and restaurants, and storing our luggage during the day we checked out. Towels can be rented for 1 euro. It's simple, clean, and pleasant, with a central common area with a microwave, outdoor tables, and a bar. We paid 25 euro a head, in the off season.
On October 1, you can get a double room for about 27 per person. A luxury room costs 70. It's targeted at younger travelers, and the staff consists mainly of students. In winter, prices fall a bit. Wifi is free, and for 5 euros you can have a small lunch. It's often packed, so book in advance.
In this hotel, the Arab world meets the Western world, with the reception featuring signs in Arabic and French. It is located in the city centre, near the Canebire. A single room with TV and air conditioning costs 25.
A nice, unpretentious hotel which offers rooms with TV and air conditioning, just a few steps away from the Canebire and the old port. You can sleep for between 25 and 30 euros a head. It's close to the tram, so it's easy to get around.
If you're spending a few days in the city or have chosen it as a base for exploring the French Riviera, you'll need to look for lodging in Marseille. The region is reputed to be a bit expensive, but there are also affordable hotels, hostels, and B&Bs in Marseille. You can stay in a luxury hotel or in a more modest inn -- where ever you prefer.
Out of all the areas of the city, the historic town and harbor are perhaps the best situated when searching for where to stay in Marseille. For tourist attractions and proximity to the most interesting places to visit, the center offers a wide range of Marseille hotels. You can sleep, for example, in an old, restored building from the era of the French Revolution. As a young university town, dorms are highly recommended as cheap Marseille lodging -- during the holiday season and in the summer, many are available for renting by tourists. The facilities are usually pretty good and the prices are low. Backpacker hostels are also an alternative for budget Marseille accommodations and are perfect for those who like cosmopolitan and lively environments. You can share experiences with other travelers at the end of the day.
The most important thing to consider when choosing places to stay in Marseille is to not be far from the city's most monumental attractions. On minube you can find and book Marseille hotel deals. Don't hesitate and make your reservation today, then you just have to pack and enjoy Marseille!