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Located in the heart of Marseille, Vertigo Centre is located a short distance to the central train and bus station. Once two hotels, Vertigo Centre has been renovated to be one hostel that still keeps the cozy and classic atmosphere. You can choose between bunk beds or your own private room. The doors of Vertigo Centre are open 24 hours and there is no curfew. There is a bar in the lobby where you can have a drink and meet fellow travelers, a library with tons of city guides, free internet access and a lot more. The staff here is multi-lingual so they can answer questions you may have in most major languages.
Located near public transportation and such locations like the Vieux Port harbour, this hotel is both convenient and spacious. Guest rooms are bright and come with complimentary continental breakfast! Certain top floor rooms even have impressive views of the Mediterranean Sea. Visit the hotel bar where you can sample local Provençal wine; you can even sit outdoors on their terrace. Make sure you check out Holiday Inn Express in Marseille on your next visit.
The very delightful Hôtel St-Ferréol is situated on one of the city center's most attractive pedestrian streets and has a special charm all of its own, which is apparent the moment you step inside, with its fabulous views of the bay of Marseille. Further artistic delights await in the bedrooms, with art hung from the walls, providing a sleek but comfortable atmosphere. Complementing the exquisite décor are opulent marble furnishings and Jacuzzis in each bathroom providing the finishing touch. Breakfast is also served at a cost.
The Hôtel Montgrand is a small city-center hotel, located in the legal district by the Palais de Justice and law chambers. The old port and the Canebière, as well as the pedestrian shopping district are also close by. Rooms are comfortable with all the modern amenities. The service offered here are excellent which makes the Hôtel Montgrand the perfect place to stay for leisure or travel.
Known for its decor, Hôtel Kyriad Marseille combines new technologies, comfort and design in order to enhance their guest's experience. Rooms are designed to help you unwind by adding premiere bedding, designer furnishing, and impressive soundproofing. Start your day with their breakfast buffet before heading out and exploring Marseille. You can also sit and chat with friends in the hotel lounge or even play billiards.
With its great location, the Edmond Rostand Hotel is the best thing that could happen to this charming neighborhood. With comfortable rooms and very friendly staff, your stay here is bound to be comfortable and you will definitely take back something from it. Perfect for families, this place is closely located to attractions such as the Parc Chanot and the Prefecture.
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.
This small inn, where the Countess Du Barry sought refuge in 1832, is located just a few kilometers from Marseilles, on the sun-drenched Côte Bleue. You will be completely captivated by this charming and hospitable establishment, with its quiet, comfortable rooms and garden. The hotel-restaurant is famed throughout the region for its excellent cuisine. You cannot fail to enjoy your stay!