Hotels Near L'Artiste In Marseille
0.09km from L'ArtisteI stayed at this hotel with my boyfriend from 2nd September to 6th September and loved it! The hotel staff were friendly, the space was clean and relatively quiet. We had a lovely room with a fantastic view of the port, shops etc. and often found ourselves staring out of the window for ages each morning! The hotel is positioned around an abundance of food and drinks places. We were easily able to walk around to local attractions, hire scooters, take the tour train and a 1.5 hour boat ride - I suggest going to the tourist help building so learn all the tips and tricks. We did not eat breakfast at the hotel as there were plenty of other places to eat and it seemed a tad expensive. The hotel is a 20/30 min taxi ride from the airport. Costing us about €30-40 from what I can remember. The hotel are happy to cal a taxi for you too making it v easy. I would stay here again and thoroughly enjoyed my time in Marseille!
0.15km from L'ArtisteHotel location is excellent! And the old port is separated by a dining street, convenient to travel, convenient to eat! There is also a supermarket on the side, I feel that the goods there will just be put on the shelf will be snapped up! Breakfast is quite satisfactory! The hotel has its own underground car park, you need to drive the car into the elevator, the elevator is very narrow, the parking space is also very narrow, test the technology! Parking fee 10 euros💶
0.16km from L'ArtisteWas booked for me because it was a work visit. Just a door from the street up set of stairs no lift but someone came down to help with bags, didnt need him but at least ge offerred. Reseption is small and also breakfast room/area. Tiny lift fits one person n bag or maybe two small people?!? Room again small but had all features wifi tv,all french channels, desk cloths hanging space, no cupboard or draws (not really needed) small bathroom. My room faced into building so v little natural light and window opened onto aircon system and a wall - so i shut it again... aircon worked fine but if you want view n light pick room that does. Breakfast usual stuff bread eggs cheese fruit etc. All staff friendly. Location is v close to port and all bars resturants etc so ideal for a visitor. After work n quick brush up easy to find good places to drink n eat go to rightside of port for best food places or head few roads inland by the hotel. Overall for 4 nights staying n working in Marseilles and goid place to stay One aspect needs pointing out... the shower space was tiny! I could only just fit through the door , prob about 12inch gap, and once in couldnt turn around, im not small but not that big so worth looking into if you are quite large big build or not goid at squeezing into tight spaces.
0.19km from L'ArtistePerfect location just steps away from the Old Port metro station. Room was fine, nothing special, bed comfortable. The women who worked at the front desk were all very friendly and helpful, with excellent English. I liked that there was a teapot in the room. Breakfast was nothing special, but not expensive; hot items weren't very good and pancakes and pain perdu weren't kept warm. The holder for the shower head is placed too low so it can't be used like a fixed shower head unless you're very short. This could be easily fixed if management agrees.
0.2km from L'ArtisteI have nothing but accolades. In fact, I think the hotel website does not emphasize some of its amazing features. We selected a suite because, due to terrible jet lag, my husband and I often struggle with sleep and we wanted the 2nd floor as a more private sanctuary. What we didn’t know was how big the entire suite is, including the enormous 2nd level. The upstairs bathroom has both a bathtub and a separate shower! The bed is a true king-sized one with high quality pillows and bedding. Even more surprising is that the first floor has an additional toilet! This is quite rare in our experience with the grand, old European hotels. It was quite a welcomed luxury. The total square footage should be included in the hotel’s description because it’s quite a strong point. The room is simply huge. The breakfast is tremendous—a carafe of coffee or a pot of tea on your table, plus a generous spread of breads, pastries, fruits, cheeses, yogurts, pancakes, waffles, a do-it-yourself crepe station, and an opportunity to boil your own egg or choose scrambled (which were fluffy and delicious). I recommend including the breakfast when booking your room. Lastly, this hotel has superb views that will linger in your memory for a long time. Many other hotels face the Basilica so have only a side view of Vieux Port, but Grand Hotel Beauvau has a magnificent view centered on the port. Truly, this hotel is worth every penny, and then some.
0.26km from L'ArtisteIt is within walking distance of all major attractions and is fully equipped and convenient. have to be aware of is: 1. The location marked in the room and the check-in are not the same location, but on the back of Rue Vacon Street. See the drawing, I hope that the next time Ctrip can make a note, although it is the listing of booking. 2. We live on the second floor, 2nd floor, actually the third floor. If there is no elevator, the weight of the baggage needs to be considered. 3. Regarding parking, there is one next to the hotel, which is very convenient. The guide is 15 Euros a night. This depends on the specific time period. From the drawing, everyone can understand the parking rate. We stopped for about 22 hours on the first day, and paid the top 31.7 euros. The next day is 9:00 in the morning. Leave and pay about 22 euros. 4. Regarding the pre-authorization deduction, they usually return at 4 pm on the day of departure, plus the bank's operating time, it may take 2-3 days to arrive. We are showing pictures of the check-out, I hope to return immediately. The staff asked if the room had extra consumption and immediately retired.
0.35km from L'ArtisteWe had an absolutely fantastic time and felt really well looked after by the staff at La Residence du Vieux Port. The view from our prestige room on the 5th floor was one of the best views in Marseille with the cathedral on the hill in centre vision behind the yachts. We loved the breakfast at the hotel and we thought it was worth the premium. The staff provided amazing support in organising airport pick ups and suggesting itineraries. Just in a long weekend we managed to visit the old town, the prison island, enjoy the port markets and even go to a day trip to the beautiful town of Cassis through the national park. The port is full of activity all day, even in the early morning hours so if you have sensitivity to sounds, do take ear plugs. The room was clean, the bed was absolutely superb and the bathroom was perfectly fine. The only thing about the bathroom was that it took us a while to work out how the bath tabs work, but otherwise all was parfait. Merci beaucoup - we will be back!
Very Good10 Reviews
0.35km from L'ArtisteThis hotel had been highly recommended by a well travelled friend so we were a little disappointed to say the least. Perhaps the most unfortunate aspect was the service, which so many reviews comment on favourably. When we arrived one member was on the phone having an argument, another said she couldn't do check ins and the final one was so incompetent and charmless we felt quite unwelcome. Certainly wasn't a problem having accommodation across the road, but it would have perhaps been nice - or professional - to have taken us over there and shown us access. We tried to pop back in the evening for a drink but told very abruptly the bar was closed for a private function. Some additional staff training in customer service perhaps required! Although the hotel accommodation had been renovated recently (2017?) there was some wear and tear in the shower area that made it look a bit tatty sadly, but having said that the room we were in had very comfortable beds, was very clean and had lovely towels. Incidentals were poor but it only claims to be a 3 star hotel so no problem. Bedside lights were very irritating because you had to have both on at the same time - style over substance perhaps since they were very pretty. Breakfast was acceptable but not particularly cosy/comfortable. However very hard to find anywhere else locally that served anything better. Location was good - only 5 or so minutes to the Vieux Port and many interesting side streets with independent retailers, smart shops and cafes. Shame we had to remind the hotel that they had put one of us in a cheaper room than the one we had paid for and then we had to 'negotiate' a discount. Since we work in the hospitality business I have kindly put much of this down to 'end of seasonitis' but I don't think we shall be returning to check on any improvements!
0.38km from L'ArtisteApartment hotel, kitchen utensils, coffee machine, not suitable for local food, in addition to looking for Chinese restaurants, you can also buy food and cook to show cooking. The bed is moderately soft and the bed is clean and comfortable. The location is excellent, 1 minute walk to the old port of Marseille, the old port is full of all kinds of restaurants, large and small, can definitely meet the picky tongue of the old man, 8 minutes walk to St. John Fortress and Mediterranean Museum Mucem, interested in walking half Hours to the Faro Palace, as well as the beach that is open during the day. Convenient transportation, there is a subway station in the Old Port Plaza, which is convenient for going to Marseille Railway Station.
0.42km from L'ArtisteFairly good location although not a very charming street. Rooms were the best part. Modern and well appointed thanks to the architect owners. Staff were on the whole professional and helpful. So the only downside was it wasnt clear breakfast was not included. When we asked staff prior day the young girl lead us to believe it was. The breakfast itself was a bit disappointing and overpriced. Just a buffet for roughly 30 euros per person. They did have a very big selection but we would have preferred a cooked meal instead of 100 different options including many store bought items like donuts and cheese. Nicely presented but sub par for a boutique hotel in France. I also wasnt aware we could order a coffee until the barman, who had been staring at my wife, offered one to her. I then had to get up and ask him for one rather than use their Nespresso machine. The other staff might want to train this guy on etiquette as never polite to stare at a man's wife and then offer her coffee but not the husband....hmmmm...alas for France and especially Marseille perhaps this is normal...alas some room for improvement nevertheless!
0.44km from L'Artistelocated very centrally. few minutes walk from the station. no issues except for the toilet door not locking properly. breakfast was alright, not a big variety. Lovely pastry and machine coffee which was a big plus! no hot food but there was ham, cheese, yoghurt, cereals and pancakes etc.
Very Good12 Reviews
0.45km from L'ArtisteThis is an adorable hotel in the heart of Marseille. The staff were all really lovely. We had a warm greeting at check in and this remained throughout the entire 5-night stay. The staff are young and super friendly, and the place has a relaxed, informal yet professional feel. Breakfast was relatively limited in choice (eggs, bacon, bread, cheese, ham, pastries, fruit, yoghurt) but uniformly delicious, with the eggs and bacon cooked to order. The coffee and juice were wonderful! The aircon in the room was amazing and much needed as the temperatures during the day were in the high 30s. The bed was really comfy and our room was lovely with high ceilings and a balcony overlooking the square and the city. Be aware that this is a very noisy neighbourhood. There is a rowdy bar just down the street and we could hear music and revellers on some of our nights beyond 1am, then the sanitation truck made a sweep at around 4am each night, which always woke us up. It didn't spoil our sleep as the bed and aircon were just so comfortable, and central Marseille is never going to be a quite place. Do be aware though that if you want quiet you might want to request a room off the main square. Room cleaning was good but not brilliant though we had a different maid on our penultimate day and there was a noticeable improvement in cleaning and replacement of coffee sachets, towels etc for our final night. We would definitely stay again. Merci!
Hotels Near L'Artiste In Marseille Review
Very warm welcome, attentive staff. The cleanliness is irreproachable and the comfort pleasant. The decoration is modern and very pleasing to the eye. Large storage cupboard. A supermarket can be found a few meters from this establishment and the entrance to the Périer metro station is also nearby. I advise you to ask for a room on the courtyard side because the street side seems noisy to me. The view from the second floor does not look like an enchantment (see photo).
Vieux Port - La Canebière
I have nothing but accolades. In fact, I think the hotel website does not emphasize some of its amazing features. We selected a suite because, due to terrible jet lag, my husband and I often struggle with sleep and we wanted the 2nd floor as a more private sanctuary. What we didn’t know was how big the entire suite is, including the enormous 2nd level. The upstairs bathroom has both a bathtub and a separate shower! The bed is a true king-sized one with high quality pillows and bedding. Even more surprising is that the first floor has an additional toilet! This is quite rare in our experience with the grand, old European hotels. It was quite a welcomed luxury. The total square footage should be included in the hotel’s description because it’s quite a strong point. The room is simply huge. The breakfast is tremendous—a carafe of coffee or a pot of tea on your table, plus a generous spread of breads, pastries, fruits, cheeses, yogurts, pancakes, waffles, a do-it-yourself crepe station, and an opportunity to boil your own egg or choose scrambled (which were fluffy and delicious). I recommend including the breakfast when booking your room. Lastly, this hotel has superb views that will linger in your memory for a long time. Many other hotels face the Basilica so have only a side view of Vieux Port, but Grand Hotel Beauvau has a magnificent view centered on the port. Truly, this hotel is worth every penny, and then some.
Vieux Port - La Canebière
The InterContinental Marseille is a beautiful hotel and a great location close to the water. However, for the grandeur of the hotel, mediocre service and a lack of attention to details seemed to really take away from what it could be. Check in - arriving around noon - we were told our room was not ready. Taking our cell phone number we were reassured that we would be texted when it was ready. Nope -- never got a text ... waited for hours in the bar working away and not a single text. Go down to see if they have a room and - surprise- yep, it's ready for you! I was not the only person that this happened to on this trip so I know it was not an isolated incidence. Strike one - The hotel security and (other?) staff were holding an industrial action and I was in the bar working on a laptop for nearly 3 hours waiting for our room. Every 30 minutes or so - the industrial action people would come through the hotel blowing horns and drums and making extremely loud noises - and opening up the doors to the restaurant and the bar to blare into these spaces. In spite of having paying customers in these public spaces, management didn't care and did ABSOLUTELY NOTHING to keep the strikers outside of the hotel (where they had a makeshift camp) and keep their customers in an environment that was reasonable. Some staff would "greet" the strikers...when I asked about the situation and WHY they were so disruptive INSIDE of the hotel, the staff just shook their heads at me - as if saying - you don't understand. Well...I was paying, so I have a reasonable expectation of some level of service. My room - I hit the "do not disturb" button just inside my door to shower and rest after arriving. Much to my surprise - the bell is ringing, the maid is trying to come into the room and apparently, ignoring the "do not disturb" red light. Well....this would ASSUME that the Do Not Disturb button actually LIGHTS up a red light -- but alas, this room has a red light that is broken/missing. So much for peace and quiet (once again). Elevator security - you are given room keys - and told that you need to use them to get to your floor where your room is. There are two main elevators up -- one of them, you need to use your key. The other one the key card reader doesn't work, so you just hit your floor button. Again, lack of attention to obvious detail. Breakfast - was there three days - breakfast buffet is good, not great. Service is spotty - can be ok, can be missing in action. This hotel looks great on the surface but peel back a thin layer and it is missing what makes a good/great hotel. I travel the world, have been in over 100 hotel nights this year - and given the InterContinental name, location and physical property it is truly a shame that this hotel does not come close to being "average" three stars. Management, if they care, really should do something to deliver a product that is more consistent with what should be
We found this hotel to be fine, but forgettable. The location is good, short walk to the old town and port, and not far from the station, but be aware that it is on the intersection of 2 busy roads. We were on the mezzanine floor at the front in rooms 3 and 6, and my husband, who is a light sleeper, got very little sleep due to a combination of traffic, trams , music and people on the streets. I had my earplugs and slept well in a comfy bed . I enjoyed the breakfast and had a lovely shower in the modern bathroom. The check in process took longer than seemed necessary, but staff were friendly, especially the breakfast chef. The hotel has taken covid seriously and it felt a Very place to be. Overall though the hotel was a little lacking in character and not sure if I’d stay again. Completely impressed by Marseille though. Intriguing city on the most, a bit run down in places but a stunning coastline, great atmosphere and lovely food. We hired the plentiful electric scooters and went on a memorable sunset ride along the corniche, followed by a stroll around the port and a delicious dinner in the old town .
Stayed here beginning of October and wasn't disappointed with the place. We booked a studio flat as we like to come and go as we please and also when your on a bit of a budget it's nice to cook your own food in the morning and evening. The studio flat was petite but functional and had everything you needed in the kitchenette but we didn't get one with a balcony that seems to be pot luck and you carnt book one in advance which is a shame. They have more expensive apartments you can book which have balcony but the flats are random. We stayed a week and thoroughly enjoyed it. Residhome Aparthotel is very central to all area's and within walking distance of everything. Residhome Aparthotel is manned 24/7 which I liked just in case you have any problems and they have a small tuk shop on site and a laundry room on site to plus a rubbish bin room and a breakfast room which you can pay for breakfast if you don't want to do your own breakfast in your flat or apartment. You also get a room card which opens the main doors and works the lift so security is great. Really enjoyed our stay.
The train station next to McDonald's is the first choice for those traveling by train in France. The room was large enough and spacious, the breakfast was basic but it was ok. There are many strange people near the train station at night, and it is not recommended to go out in the middle of the night. Overall very satisfied, the transportation is very convenient, and it is very close to the attractions. The overall law and order of Marseille is not very good, I suggest everyone to go out and be careful. The scenery is very beautiful, and the local customs can be regarded as a Marseille style with southern French characteristics.
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