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Best Historic Hotels in Marseille

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Mercure Beauvau Hotel

Over 200 years old, this former palace has welcomed a succession of illustrious guests, including Lamartine, Cocteau and Chopin. Tastefully decorated rooms combine modern comfort with stylish Provençal Olivades fabrics and Louis-Philippe period furniture. Air-conditioned and soundproofed throughout, Hotel Mercure Beauvau overlooking the old port benefits from an enviable location right in the heart of the city. Ideal for those looking for a luxurious, business retreat.

Marseille, France
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InterContinental Marseille - Hotel Dieu

InterContinental Marseille - Hotel Dieu is set in a superb 18th century building in the historic quarter of Marseille, 350 metres from the Old Port. WiFi access is available. With 194 rooms and suites, some with landmark views and private terraces, the hotel features contemporary, elegant decor, complementing its historical features. The hotel has 2 gourmet restaurants onsite - La Brasserie Les Fenêtres and Le Restaurant Gastronomique Alcyone. Le Capain Bar offers an array of cocktails prepared by specialists. The hotel’s own relaxation area features a Clarins spa with saunas, hammams, sunbeds, a gym and an indoor pool. The spa is available to hotel guests for an extra charge. This is an ideal base for exploring the heart of Marseille, with theatres, department stores and museums on your doorstep.

Marseille, France
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Hôtel Le Corbusier

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.

Marseille, France
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