Excellent hotel close to Vieux Port. Best shower we have had in Europe. Good TV. We worked out how to watch US shows in English which was a bonus. Breakfast way too expensive if not included but cafe Alcazar (?) across the road and to the right has coffee, croissant and orange juice for 5.50.
Traveller from Australia
Located in the center of Marseille, this family-friendly hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Musee d'Histoire de Marseille …More
The Hotel was close to everything. Although the main road was busy it was ok.
The staff were good but in particular Aymen's approach was 100% helpful. He had many recommendations and nothing was too much for him to assist us with. He was a major asset to the hotel.
I also thought the cleaning staff were very respectful. Highly reccommended
Located in the center of Marseille, this family-friendly hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Saint Vincent de Paul Church and …More
I found Hotel Ferreol to be a pleasant, middle of the road hotel, very quiet, and ideally located. It is off a pedestrian shopping mall which runs into the main street, the Canabiere. It is quite close to the Old Port, in walking distance of the old town, MUCEM, the Canabiere and more, and with plenty of restaurants nearby.
Traveller from Australian
Located in the center of Marseille, this family-friendly hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Marseille Opera House and Vieux …More
Marseille is more filthy than a 1960's Harlem. Hotel Azur is generally decent, and it is close to the big port but they refused us regular drinking glasses and did not let me send my postcard with their outgoing mail. It should be noted that Azur did let us check in after midnight, with a typed note and a room key waiting for us on the front desk after we punched in the door code (which the clerk gave me over the phone). Moreover, Azur was inexpensive and pretty clean/decent, unlike Marseille.
Traveller from NY
Located in 1st Arrondissement, this family-friendly Marseille hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Saint Vincent de Paul …More
The primary rail station for local and long distance routes in Marseille, the Saint-Charles station was originally built in 1848. The station serves the region of Provence and also a long distance route to Paris that takes roughly three hours. The station features an outdoor terrace that offers stunning views of the city of Marseille, including the Notre Dame de la Garde.