There are four Aparthotels in Marseille. The Prado Plage features 94 apartments and is close to the business district of Prado and just 100 metres from the beach. The Marseille République is situated in the heart of the city, 10 minutes from the Old Port and Canebière. The hotel is newly built and has 142 luxury apartments. Close to the convention centre and with easy access to the city centre, the Adagio Access Marseille Prado Perier’s 104 apartments are well furnished.
This Adagio Marseille Prado Plage features 94 apartments and is close to the business district of Prado and 100 m from beaches. The...Book now
The Adagio Marseille Vieux-Port (ex République) welcomes you to the heart of the city, 10 minutes from the old port and La Canebière. The...Book now
Just a short walk from the convention center and with convenient access to the city center, the Adagio Access Marseille Prado Périer is...Book now
The 3-star Adagio Access Marseille Saint-Charles holiday residence is extremely close to Marseilles city center and the old port. Its...Book now
The Aparthotel Access Marseille Saint Charles enjoys a prime location in the heart of Marseille, near the shopping streets and the Old Port as well as the University of Provence Aix-Marseille. The 3* hotel has 126 studios and two room apartments. An ideal starting point for visiting Marseille and its surroundings, the Aparthotel Access Marseille Plan Cuques welcomes you near Allauch, a town located about ten kilometres from the city centre. The hotel’s 83 comfortable one, two or three-bedroom apartments are fully equipped for a long or short stay. To ensure the comfort of residents, the Aparthotel’s offer a range of services and facilities such as WiFi access throughout the hotels, reception available 24 hours, a laundry room, breakfast and they are pet friendly.
These three words sum up the port city of Marseilles. Founded as a Greek settlement in the 7th century BC, it was seized by the Romans in 49 BC and became the entrance to the west for oriental trade. Today Marseilles is France’s largest port and second largest city and it has close links with North Africa and the Middle East. Narrow stepped streets, quiet squares and fine 18th century façades combine with modern boulevards and striking modern architecture. The old harbour now only welcomes small boats but it has a renowned fish market. While in the city make sure that you try the bouillabaisse (fish stew) which is truly authentic here.
One place that shouldn’t be missed on a visit to Marseilles is the Chateau D’If (Castle of Yew). Built in 1524, this formidable fortress stands on a tiny island 2 km southwest of the port. Alexandre Dumas’ fictional Count of Monte Cristo was supposed to have been imprisoned here. Other attractions include Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde, Abbaye St-Victor, Cathedrale de la Major and the Vieille Charite (an old almshouse now a museum). Whatever your reason for visiting Provence or Marseille, the Aparthotels make the perfect long or short-term place to stay.
* Price "from" by night for a stay from 4 to 9 nights