Adagio City Aparthotel Marseille Republique

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

14-16 rue Jean Trinquet, Marseille, France
Adagio Marseille Vieux Port
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 48% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples76
  • Solo100
  • Business64

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Forum Posts

Place to stay

by Koshka_ru

Hi!
We are planning to go to Marseille in late August - beginning of September and wonder if anyone can reccomend a cheap place to stay. By cheap, I mean not B&B, no shared bathrooms/WC. Preferably, if we could rent a flat there or something like that.
BTW, can you swim in Marseille or should you go to some other place for that?

Thanks in advance for all answers!

/Koshka_ru

Re: Place to stay

by puerto_lover

Google : Plages de la Pointe-Rouge et des Catalans
Cheap hostels mentioned by Ryan Air - did you see them ?
http://www.hostelworld.com/ryanair/?partner=HOSTELS&pos=HOSTELS_NAVTAB

Re: Place to stay

by Koshka_ru

Thanks for answers!
I have checked Ryanair´s hostels and find only one (since we stay for 2 weeks) and it is rather expensive (more than €700 for 2 persons).
I will check with Pia Schaufelberger if she still rents out something. Thanks for advices!
/Koshka_ru

Travel Tips for Marseille

Cours Julien

by rickyvilla81

Uphill away from the Gare St.Charles is the arty bohemian centre of Cours Julien. Don't be scared by the colourful graffiti and leftfield edge, this is a great place to come for some entertainment, theatrical or otherwise, or to get an old French BD, or a coffee and a crepe, or just to hang out. And you will love the views across Marseille from this high up.

This is the south of France...

by anglosaxon

This is the south of France not Calais. If you want some respect from the waiters you will need to at least try and speak in French. The waiter will note the effort and then switch to one of the six languages that suits the situation best. If you just go stumbling in with English it's a real sign of disrespect.

Sailing to The "Chateau d'If" and the Frioul...

by grovier

You can go to the islands with a speed boat wich starts from the south side of the "Quai des Belges", at the beginning of the fish market.
During summer you have to choose the good time, because around 11 AM there are many people trying to go to the iskands...

Basilica Lady of the Guard

by mvtouring

After driving up an extremely steep hill..... did not think the bus was gonna make it. ... we got to the Basilica. There was a service in progress, and I really wished I put more effort into learning French so that I could understand what the man was saying. The Basilica dates back to 1214. Above the main altar stands a statue of Mary presenting her son to us.
Interesting statistics:
Altitude of the hill=147.85m
Height of tower = 33.80m
Height of the statue = 9.72m
Weight of the statue = 9.796m

The view from the top gives you a fantastic glimse with the sea on the one side the city of Marseilles encircled by mountains on the other side.

Vitour Gelu !

by JLBG

On the Quai des Belges, a stone sign honors the memory of Victor Gelu, 1806-1885, with the following carving, both in French and in Provene dialect.
Victor Gelu, poète du people Marseillais "à périr tout entier, que servirait-il de naître !"
Vitour Gelu, poueto doù pople Marsihès. "A péri tout entié qué servirié dé neisse !"
Which means : poet of the Marseille people. "Is birth worth it if one should completely die !"

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Address: 14-16 rue Jean Trinquet, Marseille, France