Hotels in Marseille
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Hôtel Carré Vieux Port
Marseille 827 yd from city centre
Hôtel Carré Vieux Port is located in central Marseille, 30 metres from the Vieux Port where boats leave for the Frioul...
Grand Hotel Beauvau Marseille Vieux Port Mgallery
Marseille 828 yd from city centre
The hotel is located in the centre of Marseille, overlooks the Old Port. It is equidistant from Euro Mediterranean precinct...
Golden Tulip Marseille Euromed
Marseille 1.1 mi from city centre
Take advantage of recreational opportunities offered, including an indoor pool, a fitness center, and bicycles to rent. Additional...
New Hotel Of Marseille Vieux Port
Marseille 1.3 mi from city centre
This hotel is located in the centre of Marseille, in front of the congress palace Le Pharo. From Vieux port,...
Golden Tulip Villa Massalia
Marseille 3 mi from city centre
Important place or monument close to the hotel: Nestled in the leisure district of Marseille near Avenue de Prado overlooking...
Mercure Marseille Centre Vieux Port
Marseille 700 yd from city centre
The hotel is located next to famous Canebiere in the city centre and is part of la Bourse shopping mall. The hotel overlooks...
Marseille 449 yd from city centre
The Hotel Terminus is located opposite the Saint-Charles Train Station in central Marseille. Just a 10-minute walk from the...
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With a picturesque Vieux Port and a mix of ancient and new neighbourhoods, Marseille is located in the heart of the Côte d'Azur. Surrounded by beautiful natural parklands like Calaques and with ideal sea excursions, this historical city is constantly changing, offering glitzy new museums, stylish boutiques and charming waterfront restaurants.
With a wide range of budget accommodation available in its many neighbourhood areas, Marseille is perfect for budget travellers.
Neighbourhoods of Marseille
Marseille consists of a number of districts:
- Viex Port: The Old Port is the historical heart of Marseilles, offering old-school fish markets and boat rentals out to the nearby islands. You'll find many monuments and attractions, like Fort Saint-Jean, here.
- Le Panier: The old town features ancient winding alleyways and attractions like Vieille Charité and Canebière.
- Le Roucas Blanc: This residential neighbourhood offers spectacular views over Marseille and the sea, with plenty of cultural sites too like Talabot castle and a host of famed hotels.
What to see and do in Marseille
Marseille's top attractions are rich in history. La Vieille Charité is a 17th-century historical building with several museums housed inside. Other museums of note include the Musée d’Histoire de Marseille, a perfect introduction to the city's prehistoric origins. There are also several iconic religious buildings, like the Cathédrale de Marseille Notre Dame de la Major and Basilique Notre Dame de la Garde Save, the latter of which offers some of the best views of the city.
What to eat in Marseille
As the oldest city in France, you'll find food that isn't just tasty but that's also drenched in history. The local olive oil varieties are a staple, with rich and vibrant flavours which compliment many of the dishes. The most famous dish in the city is Bouillabaisse, a fish stew which showcases the most luxurious seafood. With restaurants offering everything from gourmet to rustic dishes, choose what's seasonal or freshly caught for an unmissable culinary experience.
Typical events and festivals in Marseille
Marseille hosts a number of unmissable yearly events, including spring's Fête de la Chandeleur, the three-week summer-hosted Festival de Marseille and, of course, the national celebration of Bastille Day, among other festivals and events.
How to move around in Marseille
Travel is easy in Marseille, with a Le Vélo bike-sharing scheme, two metro lines and an extensive bus network connecting most major sites. For airport transfers, stick to the Navette Marseille bus which takes just 30 minutes.
The climate in Marseille
Marseille's peak tourist season is from May to August, with warm and sunny weather typical of the Mediterranean September and November remain warm (25°C) with far less busy beaches and sea traffic.
More interesting facts about and sights in Marseille
Marseille is an ideal launchpad for sailing in the French Riviera. If you only have a day at sea, Château d'If and Les Îles are great excursions.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Marseille
The most centrally located hotels in Marseille with the best ratings are: Hotel Maisons Du Monde Hôtel & Suites Marseille Vieux Port, La Residence Du Vieux Port and Grand Hotel Beauvau Marseille Vieux Port Mgallery.
It depends on the category of the hotel. If you want to stay at a 4-star hotel in Marseille, the average price per night is 49 €, while you will pay an average of 39 € for a 3-star hotel, and in a more luxurious 5-star hotel, you'll pay around 125 €.
Hotel Ibis Marseille Provence Aéroport and Hotel Hilton Garden Inn Marseille Provence Airport are the closest ones to Marseille-Provence.
If you need a hotel with disabled access in Marseille, we recommend Hotel Maisons Du Monde Hôtel & Suites Marseille Vieux Port, La Residence Du Vieux Port and Grand Hotel Beauvau Marseille Vieux Port Mgallery.
Some of the options for hotels with non-smoking rooms in Marseille are Hotel Maisons Du Monde Hôtel & Suites Marseille Vieux Port, La Residence Du Vieux Port and Hotel Sofitel Marseille Vieuxport.
In Marseille, Hotel Maisons Du Monde Hôtel & Suites Marseille Vieux Port, La Residence Du Vieux Port and Hotel Sofitel Marseille Vieuxport offer 24-hour front desk service.