x The average starting price for a place to stay in Marseille is £57 per night.
Bastide de l Etoile 329 chemin de Chateau-GombertOutstanding 100%
edithralst We were worried about finding the hostel being so far out, but seeing instructions on every round about, we arrived within 2min of the front door, having their telephone No with us, and calling to make sure where we were was not a problem. They were very help with everything and gave us excellent service. They are wonderful people and could'nt do enough for us. Very good security for elderly couples, students and singles. Charming atmosphere.
matsson.lo Don't let the rugged exterior mislead you! Pension Edelweiss made our stay in Marseille this summer. Their original decoration was perfectly combined with a modern touch when needed; old and charming furniture, nice antique picture-art and handpicked interior details was completed with superclean and new bathrooms, airconditioner and an espresso-machine. The owners were always accessible and extremely helpful. The breakfast at Comptoir Du Gommier was great (considering the french standard). The only thing we missed was an internet connection. We want to go there again, and we do definetely recommend it =) // Two swedish backpackers
25 Boulevard de Dunkerque des Docks ZAC de la JolietteGreat 80%
karlz977 Very basic but central. Wifi Internet was ok, we got a parking for our car at € 9 / 24 h. Very friendly night staff.
3, allee Leon GambettaVery Good 77%
jan_holen Good location - just 10 minutes walking to the port, although very close to bad area between train tracks and city center. Internet available in the lobby - free of charge. Reception desk ranged from very nice and funny to very strict and not very helpful. Good rooms, even quite swanky bathroom.
xan1001 Booking the room was easy and although a last minute change to a twin bedded room was not possible (the hotel was fully booked) the staff were very helpful and understanding. Although small, the room was clean and had a view over the harbour which was a bonus. The WIFI worked as did the airconditioning and there were well placed plugs for running laptops, charging phones etc. Storage space was adequate and although the shower had to be hand-held, the ensuite was also adequate with storage for toiletries. This is not a luxury hotel by any means, but then neither is the price.
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