Good King René had this magnificent monument constructed in 1472; in 1985 the building was restored. The medieval monument you can admire today is mainly the work of contractors who, with simple materials, knew how to bring this magical place back to life. It has 66 apartments with kitchenettes, dining areas and bathrooms (with terraces for the apartments at garden level) and it benefits from the neighboring swimming-pool, the Val d'Arc sports complex and the municipal tennis courts just a stone's throw away.
Previously a 12th-century Augustine Convent, this charming hotel is only a short walk from the Cours Mirabeau, fountains, statues, shopping, restaurants and museums. The superb location, rooms opening onto an indoor courtyard, guarantees peace and tranquility. Rooms sport a provincial flair with a soft, pastel decor and beautiful furnishing. The rooms also have air-conditioning, satellite TV and a mini-bar. Forget yourself in the luxury of this fine Hotel.
Located on the periphery, this modern establishment has comfortable, air-conditioned, well-equipped rooms and friendly staff. Some rooms open onto peaceful indoor gardens. The owners know the town and neighboring places of interest very well, and will be pleased to advise you on what to see during your stay. The 3-star accommodation is very reasonably priced, making this a popular choice for both families and business travelers.
Formerly an 18th-century private residence, this delightful hotel is elegantly decorated with painted wooden paneling and pastel fabrics. The bedrooms, laid with polished Provençal tiles and furnished with period furniture, are equipped to ultra modern standards. The mostly pedestrian area is peaceful enough to allow complete relaxation after a day visiting the city, and the proximity to the Cours Mirabeau makes the city even easier to discover.
Immediately adjacent to the thermal baths dating back to Roman times, this hotel has a bar and a sunny terrace, right in the town center. Modern amenities are combined with a warm, reception, guaranteeing a successful stay. The hotel offers excellent value for the price, considering its location and the services it provides: a small bar, guarded garage and breakfast service are all on hand. Reserve well in advance.
Nicknamed la maison du fada (fada meaning 'crazy' in Provençal dialect) by the Marseillais in reference to its designer Le Corbusier, the 55,000 tons of this building resting on gigantic pillars and surrounded by three hectares of grounds provides an unusual setting for the three-floor Hôtel Le Corbusier. Built in the immediate post-Second World War period, this colossal apartment block was conceived as the ideal family habitat, complete with a supermarket, bakery and tennis court. Hotel rooms are on the small side but attractively decorated and furnished, and from the rooftop you get a great view of the sea.
In the heart of the pedestrian area and close to the famous cours Mirabeau, this eighteenth-century building is a charming hotel. The rooms have modern amenities and in the annexe there are 7 larger rooms, one of which has a patio with a fountain. Peaceful and quiet, the staff at this hotel will make you feel special. They also serve traditional breakfast.
Close to the Place de la Rotonde, this comfortable establishment enjoys a prime location. Renovated five years ago, the Art-Déco and Thirties style rooms are equipped with air-conditioning, satellite TV and hairdryers. There is also a private garage available. A full breakfast from the large buffet will fortify you for a tour of King René's city (Aix.)