Hotels Near Yomisushi In Marseille

4.2/5Very Good4 Reviews
0.32km from Yomisushi
Citadines Castellane is a very good residence right in the center of Marseille. It’s a 15 minutes walk from the Vieux Port, few minutes on foot from the metro and very close to several supermarkets. The check in was smooth, and the reception has been extremely available and helpful in changing my reservation without penalties even though it was just the day before. The room was a bit small but clean and modern. The bed was very comfortable and the kitchen well equipped with even a very small dishwasher included.
5/5Perfect3 Reviews
0.34km from Yomisushi
A very basic hotel.. best for one who'd be out the whole day and would only need the room to crash. Room: The rooms are not really ideal for spending quality time, as they are quite small. So much so that we preferred hanging out in the lobby! We went in the summer and they would turn off the AC in the rooms in the middle of the night, which made it quite hot! Else it was on the rest of the day. There was no fridge or any such amenity in the room, which was slightly inconvenient. Even for ironing, we had to request the iron+stand from the reception desk, as apparently there's only one available for the whole hotel to use as per need and then return. Bathroom: The toilet seat in our bathroom was a bit flimsy. The toilet paper was rather thin. We had brought our own soap and shampoo, but there was no space or wall-shelf to put them inside the small shower cubicle. We had to keep them outside the cubicle and reach out whenever we needed them, which was a bit cumbersome. The water pressure was really good, though. Breakfast: We really enjoyed the spread, which was nothing fancy, but just adequate. The croissants were out of this world - and that's all that mattered! Service: The staff were friendly and helpful. Location: The location is perhaps the best thing about this hotel. It has many restaurants, cafes, means of public transport, and supermarkets around at walking distance. Hence it is easy to get anything or anywhere without too much effort. Not sure if we would come again, but all in all we were satisfied with what we paid for, especially considering the peak time of the year and the location!
3.8/553 Reviews
0.49km from Yomisushi
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).
4.5/5Excellent3 Reviews
0.53km from Yomisushi
We stayed over here for 2 nights before & after joining a cruise. The hotel itself is nice & clean & located not too far from La Vieux Port, a busy tourist area by the port. Two areas where the hotel was let down was the lack of interaction or, assistance from the breakfast staff & the inconsistency. You had to walk around the dining room to find a spoon or maybe, a knife as the tables were not fully set. The huge worry for us though was that the young girl wiping the tables, was also wiping the, seats of the chairs with the, same cloth & did this on both occasions we stayed here. This is a serious health & safety issue especially for children or babies who may pick up food that has fallen onto the table & then end up with a nasty gastric illness. Other than that the hotel was clean, tidy & the beds were so comfortable & the air conditioning, safe, fridge & everything else worked perfectly, so all in all a nice stay.
4.5/5Excellent1 Reviews
0.58km from Yomisushi
I am visited in Marseille France for Business Trip ,I am looking many hotel and Appartment but I cannot get good response From other Hotel and Apparent Finally I got "Appart'City" Stayed 18 September to 5 October Imagine friendly Staff,Clean Spacious room with hot water ,breakfast was included in the cost of the room and very good with a good variety of Breakfast items,The area is quite at night So you can be assured of a good night's sleep And out side in the corner French Police giving Security 24 hours for Who coming in Marseille france I WILL STAY DEFINITELY HERE AGAIN
4.3/5Excellent3 Reviews
0.59km from Yomisushi
The hotel is very good value for money. It is located in the outskirts of the city center, meaning that if you come for the city itself you would have to walk for about 40 minutes or take the metro (+/- 15 min) to reach the center/port. We stayed in the hotel for a conference in Parc Chanot, which was pretty close by. The rooms were good. The bed was okay, a kitchenette is included in the room and the rooms have enough space. The breakfast isn’t extensive, but enough to have a good start of the day. Concluding, good value for money! The hotel isn’t top class, but the price is good!
3.7/510 Reviews
0.62km from Yomisushi
The hotel is located in the upscale Prado district of Marseille in a quiet side street off the main street. The Perier metro station is just two minutes walk at the end of the street. From which you can reach all the main tourist sites in 10-20 minutes dependent on the location. Saint Charles Train Station is three stops away on metro line 2. Next to the Perier metro station is a bus stand from which you can take the number 19 bus to all the five Marseille beaches or the lovely Parc Borely (a sort of civilised Hyde Park-it has motor cycle guards to keep out the low-life!), if you want shade. A 24 hour transport ticket for all forms of transport (bus, metro and tram) cost just 5 Euros. The hotel is an older-style hotel (I am guessing 1970s), so I had a massive double room with all the usual Ibis facilities. My room was at the back and had a large window I could open that overlooked a nice wooded area and swimming pool for a neighbouring apartment complex. The room air-conditioning was totally ineffective. To the effect, it was difficult to ascertain whether it was on or off. This was fine for September, but I understand the weather was above 40 degrees (Is that 90 in American?) in July and August. Moreover, as typical of France, the hotel lacked staff, and my room was not "cleaned" until 3-4 pm, was is inconvenient if you want to return to your room for a rest. The cleaning amounted to making the bed and changing the towels. The same crumbs on the carpet from my first day remained for the three day stay and I had to clean the sink myself each day. I bought my room on line for a bargain rate, so this wasn't too much hassle. However, the daily rate displayed on the hotel front entrance was three times more than I paid booking on-line. So, it would be annoying if you had paid the full price
4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.63km from Yomisushi
I visited Marseille twice for vacation in February 2020. Both times at stayed at Mama Shelter. The second one because I enjoyed the first one. The hotel has very good rooms with good natural light. Clean bathrooms with strong water pressure in the shower. Breakfast with a large variety of options in a great setting. The room is alñso a bar at night where you can have a light meal or just cocktails. The hotel is close to Cours Julien which has nice restaurants with tables on the square. To go to the Vieux Port you can either walk (about half an hour at regular pace) or take the metro at Notre Dame du Mont. I recommend the hotel if you want a Marseille experience outside the regular tourist spots, but close to them.
5/5Perfect1 Reviews
0.72km from Yomisushi
Multi-lingual staff puts you at ease. So easy to find, too, as right next to metro station. The breakfast was extra and expensive with local bistros giving other options. Great grocery stores near by and the kitchen was well equipped. The pool was small but terrific after a day of touring. They only provide one large towel and one hand towel which is not enough for five nights. You can pay extra for a pool towel. The receptionist gave me wrong information about the clothes dryer (it will NOT restart if you open the door) and it would have been appropriate to make up for the bad information by giving me a coin to restart the machine. Instead, he just did nothing.
3.6/510 Reviews
0.83km from Yomisushi
The hotel staff was all very friendly. They spoke good English hence making it easier for communication. Room was a bit small but still very nice and cosy. Something which I loved about this hotel was that we were given free plug adapters, upon request, to use during our stay as we forgot to bring them with us. AC and heater were available in the room. Wifi was always in good connection and with great network speed. Also, breakfast was quite good. Hotel seems quite small and has a facade which barely shows that it's a hotel. Yet it is in a very good location and you surely cannot judge the book by its cover especially in this case.
3.8/510 Reviews
0.84km from Yomisushi
We were three, each with a single room, aligned on first to third floors. The beds were in fact small doubles. The one drawback was that the tiniest bathrooms you ever saw were on the landings, though we each had sole use, and bathrobes were provided. The very reasonable price reflected this slight inconvenience. All the other bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms. The building was converted some 10 years ago, by stone masons. Whoever designed it must have had enormous fun ensuring that the style was totally that of a Provencal 'mas' or farmhouse. Breakfast was French and copious and laid on the table. (No buffet with the wide variety of international cuisine here, and for us that was all to the good.) We did not use the 'Roman baths' swimming pool as this was October and it was unheated. Must be wonderful in the summer. Sadly we were not informed that there was a jacuzzi until our last breakfast. The managers went out of their way to provide us with that breakfast one hour earlier than they usually start serving, as we had an early train to catch. Location was very near the central attractions of the city, but not in a tourist area itself. Many interesting restaurants to be discovered just five minutes away at Notre Dame du Mont by turning left out of the front door. Metro station there as well.
3.6/56 Reviews
0.93km from Yomisushi
I think most of the reviews say it all. This hotel is good but could be very good - It does nothing wrong but nothing exceptional either. The location is in a rundown area and not much happening in the vicinity. There is a road nearby with some local shops and lots of Halal Kebab Houses (the Restaurant A'tay is worth searching out!!). The highway is very close and the Metro a good 20mins walk. The rooms are fairly small (maybe adequate) but the bathrooms smell - It's all clean though. Restaurant is good with a very good and huge starter buffet but breakfast is nondescript and overpriced at €10. Parking is available at a cost but if you search (or are lucky) there is free on-street parking.

Hotels Near Yomisushi In Marseille Review

3.8/553 Reviews
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).
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4.8/52 Reviews
Vieux Port - La Canebière
located 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.
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4.8/510 Reviews
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 .
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4.6/512 Reviews
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.
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5/52 Reviews
My husband and I stayed here for one night. The check in was quick and easy and our room was ready before 12 noon. The room was quite modern, clean and warm. Although we ate out all of the time the kitchen was handy for drinks. The receptionist was really helpful and helped us work out public transport. On the Saturday we walked everywhere, but on the Sunday we used the metro and local buses. The metro station is close to the hotel.
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4.7/558 Reviews
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
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