EuroCheapo's guide to hotels in Marseille
The best budget hotels in Marseille... made simple.
The two-star Citea Marseille Prado Perier offers fully-equipped apartments along Prado Avenue, between the antique shopping district and the Velodrome stadium.
Very Good 8.4
The two-star Europe is centrally located one block from the Old Port of Marseille. Sixteen rooms are close to all the action.
Very Good 7.6
The two-star Hotel Residence Grillon is located near the Old Port, just off of Canebiere Avenue. The hotel features 17 soundproof, air conditioned rooms.
The two-star Du Sud is located a few blocks from the Old Port of Marseille. All 24 rooms are equipped with a private bathroom and Wi-Fi access.
The three-star Tonic Vieux Port, located directly on the Old Port and just a block from the Municipal Opera, offers 56 rooms, some with views of the Old Port.
All 83 rooms at this 1-star hotel include a TV and wireless Internet access. The hotel sports a patio, is non-smoking, and has rooms for handicapped visitors (available upon request).
Located within the antique shopping district of Marseille, just eight blocks from the Old Port and near three metro stations, the one-star Hotel Sylvabelle offers 19 rooms.
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Welcome to EuroCheapo’s guide to affordable hotels in Marseille. Our editors have been seeking out the best clean, central and inexpensive accommodations in Europe's most popular cities since 2001.
Marseille serves up Mediterranean splendor with a dose of reality. It’s got some of the same Provençal charms of its prettified neighbors, but there's also a bit of grit to be found in France’s oldest and second largest city.
That said, it can still cost a pretty penny to visit the town’s produce stands, awe-inspiring cliffs and Algerian bazaars. Fortunately for budget travelers, however, hotel deals can be found in Marseille... if you know where to look.
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