This hotel is only open since about 6 months now, and it is a nice (expensive) renovation of an old nursery. It is pretty close to the vieux port and probably beats the traditions Sofitel by it's location and look. The rooms are nice, modern and everything is done to guarantee a good night's sleep (all perfectly sound proof and fabulous box spring beds). The service is generally at a high level (although we had some minor "misses") and staff genuinely friendly. If you are disabled, probably you should think twice before booking this hotel, as the main access is by quite some stairs. The main issue is, as others have told before, that the architect has not thought about a properly sized breakfast room for a 200 room hotel... The main room is too small and they try to solve it by opening the winter garden etc, but it takes away some of the overall positive experience. Generally, i would recommend it though !
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- InterContinental Marseille - Hotel Dieu is perfectly located overlooking the Vieux Port, right beside the oldest district in Marseille known as the Panier. The hotel is housed in a listed historical monument dating back to the 18th century and boasts a really beautiful terrace, where you can rest after a busy day admiring the Vieux Port. Nearby the Calanques must be seen! Marseille is the vibrant Mediterranean's capital of Provence. ... more less
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