36 Boulevard Charles Livon, Marseille, Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur, France
26.7km from Provence Airport
3.5km from Saint Charles Train Station
2.0km from Vieux-Port - Hôtel de ville
"Parking: Drive to the hotel door and park your valet. After that, I will give you a card and show it to the concierge in the car. They will drive you to the door. If their services are not needed, the car park is right next to it, sharing with Novotel, 25 Euro/day. Room: Booked a common double room, the front desk pays 60 euros to upgrade to sea view + package parking fee. But the so-called sea view is really super general. Looking at the old port, the vision is not wide, the windows are dirty, and there is a layer of soil. Spa: Free Jacuzzi and sauna are available, along with a gym. There is room to drink a small bread. Change your bathing suit in the room, put on your bathrobe, call the spa and ask for it. You can go. Breakfast: The view is actually normal, look at the old port on the seventh floor. The windows are still dirty, and there is really nothing to look at through the layers of soil. There is an outdoor area, which is too cold and windy at the beginning of May, only sitting a little. Breakfast is not too rich, the fruit is only kiwi and apple without peeling. In short, it is not very recommended. I came to the breakfast and regretted not going to try Nhow."
"The hotel is on a small hillside with a view of the old port of Marseille from the platform of the hotel lobby bar. The most commendable is the breakfast room on the top floor of the hotel, where you can enjoy breakfast while admiring the Old Port Marina and the Mediterranean Sea. Opposite the hotel is the monastery of St. Victor. I don’t know if I can visit it or not. Walking along the coast of the hotel, all the way is a variety of restaurants and bars, cafes, in the evening, the restaurants along the street are full of people, seafood barbecue and beer is the best match. All the way to the end is the dock and the fish market, but the fish market is only in the morning, basically at around 12 o'clock. A few steps away from the fish market, there is a Chinese restaurant with the most authentic taste of Marseille - the sea kitchen, mainly Sichuan cuisine, is completely Chinese taste, and the taste is more authentic than the so-called Sichuan restaurant in many southern regions."
"The hotel's biggest advantage is that the breakfast restaurant has unparalleled views and overlooks the old port of Marseille. It is great! The Western breakfast is very rich, with more meat, and freshly cut ham, various cheeses, desserts, and gluten-free diets. In my opinion, five-star hotels in Europe and America are excellent breakfasts. Although it is all cold Western style, there is nothing Chinese hot food to eat. Fortunately, I am more suitable for European and American food. In addition, the gym is okay. Generally speaking, it is a good five-star hotel in Europe. The location is a ten-minute walk from Jiugang subway station. You can also take the bus, which is very convenient.
Generally speaking, most five-star hotels in Europe cannot compare with the domestic five-star chain facilities and breakfast, so it is still good to compare with domestic ones."