The hotel is decorated in morrocan style. The area is very central but quite a dirty and poor neighborhood. It is very close to Cours Julien and the Vieux Port and St. Charles station.
The two guys who run the hotel are very helpful and tried their very best to solve our needs.
The hotel could use a general makeover or a least a new layer of paint, it all seems a little worn out.
Our rooms (2nd and 3rd floor) were spacious. You have to be prepared to climb a lot of stairs.
Our bathrooms didn`t have a shower only bathtub. Rooms to the garden are nicer and quieter than those leading onto the street.
Little garden area is nice. Hotel doesn' t have any bar facilities, but breakfast is served at extra costs. Mini bar is too expensive for that kind of hotel (over 3 euros for a tiny bottle of water, 2,50 for a Nespresso when you pay not more than Euro 1,50 at any bar/restaurant).
Personally I would stay in a different area next time and I think there are better hotels for that rate. But for 1-2 nights hotel was ok.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The hotel Le Ryad is a charming boutique hotel with only 11 rooms. This enables its team to provide tailor made service to its guests. Its original decoration inspired by Morocco and its interior garden make it an incomparable place in Marseille. The quietness of this hotel in the very city center and at short distance of the main places of attraction in the city make it an ideal place for a stay of one to six days . ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Le Ryad Marseille