Grand Hotel Roi Rene Aix en Provence

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

24 boulevard du Roi Rene, Aix-en-Provence, Provence, 13100, France
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
31%
56
Very Good
41%
75
Average
17%
31
Poor
6%
12
Terrible
2%
5

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Good For Families
  • Families85
  • Couples77
  • Solo79
  • Business73

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Forum Posts

CORSICA connection

by Johnhb11

The Marseille to Bastia ferry does not appear to operate during February and March. There is a ferry from Toulon to Bastia which operates year around. If we fly into the Marseille airport, how do we get to the Toulon ferry? Is their a airport shuttle or bus connection or is the train the only possibility?

Re: CORSICA connection

by cubsur

Toulon is over 50 miles from Marseille airport so a 'shuttle' is out of the question.

There trains from the airport into the city and the St Charles station for thej trains to Toulon.

The Marseille airport website has an interactive page where you can calculate means of getting to various towns in the region. Train fare to Toulon is €14.60

http://www.marseille.aeroport.fr/fra/acces/acces_pvv.jsp

There are also buses into the city every 20 minutes

http://www.marseille.aeroport.fr/fra/acces/acces_bus.jsp

The only alternative I can see would be a private van or mini-bus type transfer.

Travel Tips for Marseille

General Info

by Redang

Tourist Office

4, la Canebière
13001 Marseille

- Tel.: (+33) (0)4 91 13 89 00
- Fax: (+33) (0)4 91 13 89 20

- E. mail: info@marseille-tourisme.com
- Internet: www.marseille-tourisme.com

The Calanques

by rickyvilla81

I never went to the Calanques in my whole time in Provence!!! But I am assured by everybody else I know that this is the most beautiful area around Marseille. A good idea would be to get a bus from the Gare out to the end of the line (direction - calanques - of course) and hike over the cliffs until you reach them. Large rocks rising from a turquoise sea, gentle beaches that should be in the movies, not Marseille. When I go back in May, I'll make sure I go out there.

Rough concrete building on legs !

by JLBG

Le Corbusier was a Swiss and French architect, leader of the International Style of architecture, born October 6, 1887, died August 27, 1965. His architectural theory of the ideal house was a "machine for living".

More on Le Corbusier

The whole building is built on strong reinforced concrete legs that give it an aerial look though the general look is very massive, with extensive use of concrete, without any unnecessary adornments. Le Corbusier is one of the main instigators of modern, functional architecture.

Le Corbusier was the first who dared using raw concrete as a décor of its own. Of course, the formworks have to be especially good looking so that the figure of the boards will make an artwork, without anything added. This is now something widely admitted and practiced but in 1952, that was often considered as shocking !

TURBO PIZZA

by tini58de

This pizza place was on our daily walking route from the appartment to the metro station, so one evening we decided not to cook, but to get a pizza. The owner was very cheerful and friendly and talked to us while preparing the pizzas. At the end he even gave us two cokes as a present! How very sweet of him! We had a pizza "Moitié - Moitié" (half - half) with just cheese on one half and anchovis and cheese on the other half. The other pizza was with Merguez saussages on them, a kind of pizza that I had not tasted before. And it was good!!!

The Old Port

by tini58de

The Vieux Port is the center of tourist Mareille. It is the main marina of the city and guarded by two huge forts. You will find lots of cafés and restaurants there and plenty of buses leave from there. It is a good starting point for walks to either one of the forts, around the old city, along the shopping street "Canebiere" or to the church Notre Dame de la Garde.

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 Grand Hotel Roi Rene Aix en Provence

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Address: 24 boulevard du Roi Rene, Aix-en-Provence, Provence, 13100, France