Marseille

23 Feb 2020 - 24 Feb 2020

2 adults - 1 room

Information is updated as of 31 December 2017

INTRODUCTION TO MARSEILLE CITY

This is the third largest metropolitan area in the whole of France as well as the second largest city in the country. The city had for a long time been one of the best trading areas in the country although it still plays an important role in the country.  The presence of the port has also been of good influence in the city especially in terms of the revenues accrued from the port. There are so many attractions in the city including the Vieux Port which is a historical site for the locals, Cours’ Julien, Cite Radieuse and theatres are also among the attractions listed on Skyscanner.

HOTELS DESCRIPTION

2 – 3 STAR HOTELS

Hotels such as Un Duplex au Panier, Appartment be3, Appartment Baie des Anges, Apartment Cosy Saint, Good Hotel Marseille, Mama Shelter Marseille, B&B Hotel, Europe Hotel, INTER-HOTEL Parc des expositions, Montempo Marseilles Euromed, and Un Mas en Ville are some of the best and most affordable hotels in the city. These hotels are usually classified under the tag of 2-star or 3-star hotels although sometimes the services could be better than the given rating. Most of these hotels provide breakfast for the patron as well as quality food.

4 – 5 STAR HOTELS

Be3-Vieux Port, Welkeys, InterContinental Marseilles Hotel Dieu, Appartment Contemporain T3 Saint Charles and Hotel C2 are some of the luxurious hotels that are listed by Skyscanner.  Most of the hotels that are rated 4 and above in Marseille have very good services and most visitors to the city prefer these hotels to the other lower rated hotels. Other hotels such as Le Pytheas Vieux and Luxury Rental Marseille are known to offer great views of the city from the higher floors. In most cases, these hotels are usually more expensive regardless of their locations.

HOTELS AROUND TOURIST HOTSPOTS

ROCK THE CASBAH

There are different attractions in the city and one of them is Rock the Casbah that is all about food. This hotspot usually attracts food lovers who love the use of different spices in the food. Spices such as olives and mint. The Le Marche’s des Cappucins is a daily attraction where visitors go daily for a coffee among other exotic foods. In order to access the place each day, the visitor is expected to live closer to the city centre. Skyscanner lists Hotel C2  and Welkeys. Both hotels are located very close to the CBD and hence give the visitor easy tie accessing the Le Marche’s at any time of the day.

NOTRE DAME DE LA GARDE

Notre Dame de la Garde is another hotspot that is usually thronged by visitors. The observation deck provides one with an excellent view of the city from a vantage point. It also gives one access to other attractions that are in the city such as Basilica Coffee House and Eau-Vive. Those who may want to visit the Notre –Dame de la Garde should also stay within the central business district. In order to fully enjoy the experience of viewing the city from the high point, one requires spending as much time as possible. Hence, Skyscanner suggests that staying at the InterContinental Marseilles Un Mas en Ville, or the Appartment Contemporain T3 Saint Charles will be a good idea. These two hotels are a walking distance from the hotspot hence will give the visitor easy time moving from the Notre Dame de la Garde to the hotel.

Top rated hotels in Marseille

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What are travellers saying about Marseille?

9.8
History Buffs
8.8
Adventure Travellers
8.5
Art & Design Lovers
8.4
Foodies
8.0
Outdoor Enthusiasts
Member reviews (107)
Denise Milbro
Denise Milbro
19/11/2019

Multicultural, eclectic mix of French,African and tourist. Dirty and smelly ,but also unassuming and comfortable for all.Nice beaches to.Altogether an interesting place of many cultures.

Jason Flegel
Jason FlegelSan Francisco
11/08/2015

Nifty city by the sea, and a major thoroughfare for travel to Southern Europe.

Samuel Saidel-Goley
Samuel Saidel-GoleyBedford
27/09/2014

This beautiful port city is the largest city in the region of Provence. It is the perfect home base to explore Provence and the French Riviera.

Lauren Baker
Lauren BakerBedford
28/08/2015

Once mainly a naval port, Marseille is now France's second largest city. Foodies will love the local seafood, including regional specialities such as moules frites and boulliabase. For history and culture seekers there are numerous museums and cathedrals (don't miss Notre Dame de la Garde) and the infamous Chateau d'If.

FAQs

The least expensive month is February, with an average of HK$689 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Marseille is July, with an average price of HK$1,114 per night.
The average price of a hotel in February last year was HK$841 per night. This is 2% less than the average nightly price of HK$860 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Marseille, the expected average temperature in February is 8.6°C/47.4°F. The warmest month is typically July, which averages 30.4°C/86.7°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging 2.9°C/37.2°F.
The nearest airport to Marseille is Marseille (MRS) (19.82km). Other nearby airports include: Aix en Provence (23.25km) Toulon-Hyères (66.91km)

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