Pros: Staff is quite nice and speaks English. Restaurant is casual and serves good food. Cons: Rooms and hallways are pretty janky. Beds are uncomfortable and you only get a couple pillows -- and that's if you're lucky. Bathrooms are unclean and smell like mildew. I felt the…
The location was nice, we were able to hop on the tram and go around quite easily; the parking garage is across the street; there is a shopping center a block down, within walking distance, from the hotel that has a Monprix, which makes me happy, so I don't have to pay 3 Euro…
Very disappointing meal in the Ibis Marseille. Pasta dry and inedible. Burger very poor; chucked on a plate with a few chips, no salad or relish. Avoid at all costs. Staff very polite but the cooking is very poor. Reasonably priced wine and beer.
Stayed for 3 days in this hotel. The location was convenient for me at just one tram station. The room was not big but clean. The airport distance is at 30 minute by taxi. The tram station is close by and offer connection to the city center.
The hotel is new and located in a area of the city that has been renovated recently (for the 2010 "Cultural Capital of Europe" event). There are two shopping malls nearby (Les Docks Village and Les Terrases du Port). Both have high-end stores and food courts but there is also…
"didn't see much difference in the rooms"
"All the rooms we had were just fine."
"Find a different hotel."
"Not a three beds room."
"Metro is the best way to travel from the central station. Tram is easier if you are at Marseille centre."