Marseille France

New Hotel of Marseille ★★★★

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  • The contemporary, arty décor of the hotel and its integrated art gallery in the common areas.
  • The luxury of choice between the beach, a 5 minute walk away, or the outdoor swimming pool.
  • The private terraces of the Superior Rooms.
  • The Victor Café, a chic and trendy address, with their weekly Sunday brunches.
New Hotel of Marseille ★★★★

Four contemporary stars near Marseille's bustling Vieux Port.

8.8 /10
By Melissa Leighty, VeryChic correspondent
Marseille, the bustling port town tucked into the coast of south-eastern France, contains a mix of cultures that mix into a rich tapestry which makes the city easy to fall in love with. Marseille remains a vibrant port city, yet thrown into this mix is a contemporary sheen that has settled over the city in recent years, gilding it with new intrigue. The New Hotel of Marseille is reinventing its image bit by bit. Blending the classic and the contemporary, it provides a uniquely colourful base for a city stay. From its impressive art gallery to its pool, where we can take advantage of Marseille’s 300 days of sunshine a year, we find no shortage of entertainment at this bright jewel of the Mediterranean.

Standard Room

Maximum occupancy: 2 people

Standard Room
Standard Room
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    Surface area: 21 m²
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    Bed types: 1 double bed or 2 single beds subject to availability
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    Bathroom with: bath, toilet, hairdryer, complimentary toiletries, bathrobes, slippers
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    Room with: telephone, flat-screen TV with satellite and cable channels, Wi-Fi, laptop safe, air conditioning, desk, soundproofing, minibar, courtesy tray, wake-up service, dry cleaning service (for a surcharge)

Superior Room with terrace

Maximum occupancy: 2 people

Superior Room with terrace
Superior Room with terrace
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    Surface area: 26 m²
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    Bed type: 1 large double bed
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    Bathroom with bath, toilet, hairdryer, complimentary toiletries, bathrobes, slippers
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    Room with: private terrace, flat-screen TV with satellite and cable channels, Wi-Fi, telephone, desk, laptop safe, air conditioning, heating, soundproofing, minibar, alarm clock, Nespresso machine, courtesy tray

Suite with terrace

Maximum occupancy: 2 people

Suite with terrace
Suite with terrace
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    Surface area: 32 m²
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    Bed type: 1 King Size bed
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    Bathroom with: bath, hairdryer, bathrobes, slippers, complimentary toiletries, toilet
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    Suite with: rivate terrace, telephone, flat-screen TV with satellite and cable channels, Wi-Fi, laptop safe, air conditioning, desk, seating area, minibar, Nespresso machine, wake-up service, courtesy tray
  • 24-hour reception
    Check in from 3pm & check out by midday
  • 100 rooms & suites (non-smoking)
  • Wi-Fi available for free in the rooms, suites, and common areas of the hotel
  • Bistrot restaurant with terrace (open daily from midday-11pm)
    Room service available daily from midday-11pm
    Menus adapted for special dietary requirements are available on request and with confirmation from the hotel
  • Bar with lounge & terrace (open daily from midday-midnight)
  • Art gallery
  • Outdoor pool with solarium (open from mid-May to mid-October)
  • Beach located just 100 metres from the hotel
  • Relaxation area located in an interior patio
  • Parking available for a surcharge (cannot be reserved in advance)
  • The establishment provides disabled and limited mobility access on request and with confirmation from the hotel
  • Pets are not permitted in the establishment
  • Make sure to visit the gorgeous Musée des Civilisations de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée. The airy glass structure located at the entrance to the old port serves as a shining beacon of the modern face of Marseille. The structure itself is a work of art, with 44,000 square feet of space devoted to cultural expression across numerous disciplines. Enjoy the Mediterranean garden, which connects the three unique spaces.
    7 Promenade Robert Laffont
  • No trip to Marseille is complete without a taste of its signature bouillabaisse, a rich seafood stew that put Marseille on the culinary map. Once a humble fisherman’s soup, this gourmet dish can be found throughout the city, but Chez Madie les Galinettes offers one of the finest, for a reasonable price.
    138 quai du Port
    +33 4 9190 4087
  • Go native and indulge in the city’s finest liqueur, pastis, at Le Petit Pernod. Developed in the city as a substitute for absinthe, pastis has become a time-honoured traditional drink and you shouldn’t leave town without at least one quaff of this anise-scented speciality.
    10 Quai du Port
  • Wander through the well-manicured English landscape gardens of Parc Borély where you can see a replica of Notre-Dame de la Garde as well as the impressive Château Borély, the eighteenth century home of Louis Borély, one of the rich merchants of Marseille during the city’s heyday.

New Hotel of Marseille ★★★★

71 Boulevard Charles Livon




The New Hotel of Marseille **** holds a fantastic location in the southwest extension of the Vieux Port, opposite the Palais des Congrès du Pharo, and under the Saint Victor Abbey and Fort Saint Nicolas.


  • Marseille-Provence Airport (25km/ 16mi) is the closest well served international airport, located 25 minutes drive south east of the hotel, it receives flights from many capitals and major cities across Europe.

    To the hotel:

    • Taxi: the journey takes around 30 minutes to reach the city centre.

    • Bus: the Navette Marseille airport shuttle bus and takes around 30 minute to Saint Charles railway station in Marseille.


  • Marseille’s main station, Gare Saint-Charles, is served by France’s high-speed TGV network. It is therefore possible to arrive by high-speed train with companies such as TGV, Thalys and Eurostar, from various countries across Europe like the UK, Netherlands or Germany (as well as other cities in France).

    To reach the hotel from Saint-Charles train station, either take a taxi directly to the hotel, or take metro line M1 (blue) for two stops down to Vieux-Port Hotel de Ville. From there it is a 5 minute walk to the left (south) round the port and along the Bay of Marseille.

Common areas
  • Health & travel rules for France:
    There are no longer any health restrictions in place, or travel restrictions into or between EU countries, relating to Covid-19. This is subject to change, so we recommend checking your own government's travel advice prior to departure.
  • Local tourist taxes of €3.25 per person, per night (to be paid directly to the hotel)
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