The rooms are large and bright and clean,and decorated in the Moroccan style. The beds are comfortable and large. The bathrooms are fine although, typically for France, the bath was too small (squeezing 6'2" of Englishman into French bathtubs is a recurring problem in France).
The owners and staff are charming and couldn't be more helpful, nothing is too much of a problem.
The location can initially be underwhelming, however you are ideally placed for exploring the town with the main street running down to the Old Port just outside and good tram and metro links to the rest of the city. The area is also close to the vibrant food markets which are well worth a visit.
As other reviewers have mentioned, this is not a luxurious hotel, it's a charming boutique hotel and it's fantastic value.
- 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