8 Best Places to Stay in Marseille

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NH Collection Marseille

Sofitel Marseille Vieux-Port

Set in the Old Harbor, this luxury hotel overlooks the harbor's inner and outer pontoons. Its nearby pool overlooks the water and provides breathtaking views of the city.

The hotel is convenient for travelers who are touring the medieval city of Marseilles. It is also the place where Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing, trained nurses.

The hotel's accommodations include 37 rooms, two suites, and two penthouses. Wireless Internet access is available, and guests enjoy free local telephone calls.

Guests also have access to a fully equipped business center, a fitness room, and a heated indoor pool. Safe-deposit boxes and currency exchange services are also available.

All rooms and suites have a private bathroom, and the Penthouse Suites have full kitchens.

This hotel is located within walking distance of several shops and restaurants, and the bustling Vieux-Port harbor. The hotel also has a heated outdoor swimming pool, jacuzzi, and a spa.

Located in the Old Harbour, this hotel overlooks the Old Harbour Inner and Outer Pontoons. The hotel's nearest metro stops are Solomon and Les Archies, and guests can walk down the Chaine D'Auron to Chateau d'If.

ibis Marseille Centre Gare Saint Charles

Great hotel in the heart of Marseille. Free breakfast, rooms from 22 euros.

Newhotel Bompard La Corniche

InterContinental Marseille Hotel Dieu

Newhotel Vieux-Port

Golden Tulip Marseille Euromed

Location: Rue du Consulat 156, Marseille, France

People will stay at this hotel for its location. It’s located on a main thoroughfare that connects Marseille with the rest of the city. It’s a half kilometer from quiet neighborhoods, a block from a bus station and a big shopping mall.

If you have a day to explore the neighborhoods, you’ll be able to get into any part of the city. While you’re not walking to anyplace, you’re outside. When you are in the city, you can walk to the lively neighborhoods, which are few and far between in the city.

The hotel room includes a living room with a sofa and a dining area that opens up to a deck overlooking the courtyard. There’s room at the desk for work and a television where you can watch DVDs. There’s a microwave and a refrigerator in the room that you can put your groceries in.

The bathroom has a tub and a shower. While the hotel is undergoing some renovations, the staff is very accommodating about providing you with alternative rooms that are still up to date. You can use the rooms as soon as they’re ready.

Mercure Marseille Centre Vieux Port