Hotel Mariette Pacha

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

5 place du 4 Septembre, Marseille, Provence, 13007, France
Hotel Mariette Pacha
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 46% lower than similarly priced 2 star hotels

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  • Families50
  • Couples20
  • Solo0
  • Business33

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Forum Posts

my father in ww2 anyone seen this place

by hootie37

i have a photo of my father in ww2, i think it is in marseille. i will be going their soon. would like to find this place. anyone seen this. ( i used picture of dad as my picture ) thanks

Re: my father in ww2 anyone seen this place

by JLBG

I am afraid there is very little on this photo that could be recognized after 60 years. The trees will have grown or/and have been trimmed. The low wall is just a plain wall that might have been put down or else. I feel that the one and single part that might be recognized is the small part in the background with a building. Try to scan only this part so that it will be sharper. I have enlarged your photo but it is not sharp enough to view the shape of the building.

May I suggest that you put both photos in an album of your front page.

Travel Tips for Marseille

Marseille - History III

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

HENRI IV of FRANCE - Marseilles was declared a free port. It prospered and grew in spite of many political disputes.
1720 - The city was stricken by the worst plague in its history during which 38,000 of its population died.
1789 The French Revolution and Marseilles. - A battalion of voluntary patriots was sent to Paris. They sang Roget de 1'Isle's hymn written for the Rhine Army. This was to retain their name, the Marseillaise, and be adopted as the national anthem. It was during the Second Empire that Marseilles took on its present day form with the building of the rue Imperiale, now called the rue de la Republique and the erection of splendid monuments, Longchamps Palace, the Stock Exchange, Pharo Palace, etc., which until then had been absent from the city. The Second Empire was the period during which the city took on a more "bourgeois" appearance. Nevertheless, the visitor to Marsilles will doubtless be struck by the absence of splendid middle-class town houses or monuments dating from the prosperous periods in the city's history. This can be partly explained by the fact that the middle-classes were primarily business people, mainly involved in trade. Tacitus, a historian and moralist living during the Roman era, had already mentioned the lack of monuments and observed that this was also the case in Phocaea, Marseilles' founding city.

Olympique de Marseille

by kop-queen

They have a pretty intimidating set of fans in the ground. It always amazes me how the home fans get so many flares etc into the ground when we away supporters are body searched, put in holding areas, herded about like cattle and then stuck behind bars in a corner of the ground with a lousy view. My husband was almost denied entry as his walking crutch was deemed a dangerous weapon! C'est la vie!

I have to say that the home fans attempts at atmoshere was pretty poor - I'm afraid if you need a PA system and megaphones it doesn't impress me much. By the time they were losing 3 or 4 nil they seemed to lose interest in the game and then spent their time either fighting amongst themselves or were they playing some form of tick? Thanks to the strong wind all the fireworks and flares that were aimed in our direction never reached us.

However they do have a decent element of fans and it was good to exchange mutual applause and sing a few songs to each other when the game was over and we were held back (as is the normal) for another half hour in the bitterly cold weather. If you visit in the winter dress very warmly!

Metro

by tini58de

There are only two metro lines in Marseille - the red and the blue one. They meet at two stations: Gare St. Charles (the train station) and Castellane. A single ticket costs 1,70 € (2007) and you have to validate it before you get to the train.

The trains and the stations are clean and never too crowded, so that is a nice means of transport!

The town hall

by JLBG

The town hall of Marseille is a small building on northwestern bank of the Vieux Port. It was built in 1653 on the site of the former City House. It is decorated by a medallion by Pierre Puget bearing the arms of France. It is much too small for such a big city. It is now only for ceremonial uses. An annex has been built behind the "Bourse de commerce". During the digging, the oldest harbor of Marseille was discovered

Cours Julien (Cours Ju)

by anglosaxon

The square was a fruit market until 1972 since when it has developed into and area with bars and restaurants, galleries and shops. The huge fountain in the square and the childrens play area draws local families out on most days. The second Saturday of each month in the summer is turned over to the book market.

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