Ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.8 Room cleanliness
3.6 Service & staff
3.4 Room comfort
3.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Nancy from New York City
Charming hotel right outside of Marseille.Posted Oct 21, 2013
Pros: The location is the best part. The marina area has great restaurant options and offer boat tours that take you to Vieux Port and Cassis.
Cons: One of the hotel managers was a bit unfriendly but other than that, it was perfect.
Location: Take the boat tour from the marina. There are wonderful pastry shops as well. You are 10 mins from Marseille and 15 from Aix En Provence.
Carre Le Rouet is such a lovey place. This hotel is perfectly located and is a 5 minute walk down to the marina where there are waterfront restaurants. Our room was really big with an efficiency kitchen and a nice terrace so you could sit outside. I would request a high floor and a room facing the front so you could possibly have a view. Otherwise, the rooms are really comfortable.
for Studentsby pam from England
great apartments close to centre of townPosted Aug 28, 2013
Pros: handy for town, could cook for yourself
Location: easy access to great beaches and trains all over south of France
very enjoyable nice hotel , modern decor. Great towns to visit
by A verified traveler
Terrible!Posted Jun 13, 2013
Close to nothing. Stairs outside quite difficult. Room so small that we had to use the toilet sideways otherwise your knees hit the wall. The TV did not work at all and there was no one to contact - when I told them the next morning that I felt I needed some kind of discount - of course no one could speak English. I had a regular and superior room for 4 people. Breakfast not worth the cost. Do yourself a favor and stay somewhere else.
for Couplesby Dave from Calgary, AB, Canada
Very Nice - Very FrenchPosted Jun 2, 2013
Pros: Large room, great bed, and kitchenette.
Cons: Finicky key (but we never asked for this to be resolved so we can't complain).
Location: Nice coastal area but small beaches - beautiful water scenes.
This place was very good value for what we paid (about 70 Euro/night). We were pleasantly surprised that there was a small kitchenette which allowed meals out to be a treat rather than a necessity. The hotel is an easy walk to the marina and beach (in this area there are very small beaches - more just waterfront). The area is extremely French oriented and so as English-speaking-only we had small challenges but that added to the charm for us. We also enjoyed the breakfasts of croissants, cerial, yogurt, cheese, ham, juices, and coffee at 10 euro per day (fairly good value for this area). There are nice walks along the Mediterranean coats nearby that we also enjoyed. Staff were very warm and friendly despite our language barrier.
A welcome reliefPosted Sep 5, 2012 on Hotels.com
Our first glimpse of Residence Adriana brought a sigh of welcomed relief. Sparkling from its perch of the hill at the edge of the town, (still close to everything), the exterior promised the excellence inside. Our room was spacious, clean and very comfortable with tons of light from the offset french doors to the Juliette balcony. Opening these made the entire room feel like your terrace. The only drawbacks to us were the faulty air conditioner, the lack of a hair dryer, and the split bath. The gal running the desk was extremely helpful, professional, and warm. Convenient parking too!