Top Quartier du Panier Accommodations
Quartier du Panier is approximately 0.9 miles from the big beating heart of Marseille, France.
Situated close to Museum of Old Marseille are the Le Petit Nice Passedat and InterContinental Marseille - Hotel Dieu. The Sofitel Marseille Vieux Port and HÃ´tel la RÃ©sidence du Vieux-Port can be found close to Fort St-Jean.
The Hotel Bellevue Marseille and Hotel HermÃ¨s are worth checking out for visitors looking for somewhat more economical accommodation.
Travelers who plan to experience one of Quartier du Panier's more upscale hotels should investigate the amenties at the Massili'Appart Vieux Port.
Accommodation options near Quartier du Panier
If you're planning on vacationing in Quartier du Panier, you could also check out hotels in Vieux Port
. Vieux Port is a suburb that is situated 0.3 miles to the southwest of central Quartier du Panier. Alternatively, you could take a look at Expedia's La Canebiere hotels guide
for accommodation options in La Canebiere, another Marseille neighborhood.
The Marseille vacation travel guide and the Marseille hotels page are good webpages to find out more about Marseille.
The wide array of artworks at PrÃ©au des Accoules make this location an attraction that shouldn't be missed. If you'd like to head to this attraction but don't feel like a long and stressful commute, the Grand Tonic Hotel Marseille-Vieux Port and Best Western La Joliette should be on your radar. Take in the combination of spirit and form that only art can convey at MusÃ©e d'Arts Africains, OcÃ©aniens & AmÃ©rindiens. The Novotel Marseille Centre Prado VÃ©lodrome and New Hotel Bompard are both located nice and close to this attraction, so keep them in mind when deciding where to make a reservation.
Creamy coffee and indulgent treats lure Quartier du Panier locals to Le Ryad, it's a great place for an emergency pick-me-up. Tourists that are in need of something more substantial can peruse the menu at Hotel Novotel Marseille Vieux Port. Finish another relaxing day at Mama Shelter Marseille, a watering-hole where locals get together for a social drink.