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Explore the French coast from Marseille with Premiere Classe hotels.

Soak up the sun and history with a holiday in Marseille on France's south coast with Premiere Classe hotels.

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Starting from 47

available 01 august 2016

1 km from downtown
Lift Wifi access Shower Canalsat Canal+ Night porter Public charged parking HandyRoom

A warm welcome awaits you 24 hours a day at the Première Classe Hotel Marseilles, one (...) see hotel description

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Starting from 35

available 23 july 2016

9 km from downtown
Wifi access Shower HandyRoom Night porter Free closed parking in the hotel

Your Première Classe Hotel one star Marseille - La Valentine welcomes you to the Vale (...) see hotel description

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Starting from 33

available 27 july 2016

17 km from downtown
Restaurant Wifi access Shower HandyRoom Free closed parking in the hotel

For a holiday, a break in your journey down to the Côte d'Azur or simply an overnight (...) see hotel description

  • Renovated hotel

Starting from 41

available 25 july 2016

31 km from downtown
Canal+ Air conditionned HandyRoom Night porter

The Première Classe Hotel Martigues is ideally situated, close to Marseille Provence (...) see hotel description

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KYRIAD MARSEILLE CENTRE - Paradis - Préfecture
1 km from downtown
Wifi access Canal+ Private phone Night porter

Welcome to the Kyriad Hotel Marseille Paradis Préfecture, which is located in the cen (...) See hotel description

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Starting from 63

available 30 july 2016

3 km from downtown
Wifi access Canal+ Canalsat HandyRoom

Welcome to the Kyriad Marseille Blancarde Timone Hotel in the centre of Marseille, th (...) See hotel description

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Starting from 56

available 01 august 2016

3 km from downtown
HandyRoom Night porter Canal+

Our 3-star Kyriad Hotel Restaurant Marseille Centre - Rabatau, in the 10th arrondisse (...) See hotel description

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Starting from 39

available 29 july 2016

9 km from downtown
Restaurant Night porter Free parking in the hotel Air con full

Renovated Hotel ! Ideally situated just 10 minutes from the city centre, port and bea (...) See hotel description

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Starting from 47

available 31 july 2016

12 km from downtown
WIFI free Air con full Night porter Free parking in the hotel Restaurant

The Campanile Marseille La Penne is 3-star hotel, ideal for a family holiday, a weeke (...) See hotel description

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Starting from 42

available 01 august 2016

17 km from downtown
WIFI free Canal+ Free parking in the hotel Restaurant Air con full

The Campanile Marseille- Vitrolles Griffon Hotel is located 5km from the city centre, (...) See hotel description

Marseille is a sprawling urban centre on France’s Mediterranean coast in the Provence-Alpes-Côte-d'Azur region. It is the second biggest city in France after Paris, and the third biggest metropolitan community after Paris and Lyon. The city is the largest French port on the Mediterranean coast and the country’s largest commercial port. Marseille’s Old Port is flanked by two large forts the Fort Saint-Nicolas and the Fort Saint Jean.

Marseille and the area around it have been inhabited by humans for almost 30,000 years and it has been called the oldest city in France. The city itself was founded in 600BC by Greeks as a trading post. The city then thrived as a trading post between the Gauls and the Romans and remained independent until the rise of Julius Caesar. It fell to the Visigoths following the decline of the roman Empire and became part of the Frankish empire in the 6th century.

Two-day break
There is plenty in Marseille to keep you busy for two days. Why not get an idea of the city with a tour in an open-topped 2CV car, Cruising slowly round the city in the classic French car, with a knowledgeable and friendly guide is a great way to get to know Marseille. Just a half-hour walk from the Premiere Classe Hotel Marseille Centre is the Cathedrale de la Major, beautiful both in its exterior and interior.

Seven-day break
The Basilique de Notre Dame de la Garde is only 20 minutes from the Premiere Classe Hotel Marseille Centre and offers breath-taking views of the city. It is also a remarkable church in terms of its architecture and history. The Museum of Mediterranean Archaeology, in Marseille’s historic Pannier district is a great outing offering insight into some of the area’s history. With several different museums spread across three floors, there is something to interest everyone.

Family Holiday
The Petit Train de Marseille is a great way for your family to get an overview of the city. The train offers two routes, giving an summary of what Marseille has to offer. The Castle of If, located on an island in the city’s bay, is one of the most historical sites on the entire Mediterranean coast and one of the most impressively preserved. It was made famous by the book The Count of Monte Cristo.

The best way to see the city and get a feel for Marseille is on foot, but climbing the hill to the Old Town in the sun can be tiring. Marseille has two metro lines, one running north to south, the other running in a broad loop, and a network of over 30 bus routes plus a tram system.

The Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur has a rich, Mediterranean cuisine. The area has a wealth of local produce, especially fruit and vegetables with olives, garlic and spices being traditionally prominent in the region. As a Mediterranean port, fish plays a big part in the Marseille’s traditional food. Ratatouille, Bouillabaisse fish stew and Niçoise Salad are specialities.

Perhaps unsurprisingly for a Mediterranean port, Marseille has a wealth of sailing events across the year that attracts many high profile competitors. The city’s spring carnival is a highlight of the year for many people and is a spectacular celebration. There are also a number of food festivals in the city.

Did You Know ?
Alexander I of Yugoslavia, was assassinated in Marseille on Tuesday, 9th October, 1934. As three people in his family had died on a Tuesday, Alexander usually refused to attend public functions on Tuesdays, but had no choice in October 1934 as he was arriving in Marseille to strengthen relations with France. It was one of the first assassinations caught on film.