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  • Hildeke profile photo Hildeke
  • Reviews: 5

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I don't know anything about...

I don't know anything about hotels or so because I was in a family, and I think that this way of traveling is the best you can have! You can sleep and eat over there, and you help the family with the house and the children!

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written September 7, 2002

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I can recommend only...

I can recommend only cheap-accommodation possibilities: around France there are some 'low prices' hotels such as Rallye, Formule 24 or IBIS, not in the downtown but at reasonable prices and not so far away from the city center. I you can afford a more expensive accommodations, don't worry, Marseille is a big city plenty of great hotels.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written August 26, 2002
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I stayed in a youth hostel,...

I stayed in a youth hostel, which is a bit out the city centre and not too easy to find; it could be a great place, accommodated in an old chateau; however the management is very successful in making your stay as unpleasant as possible; really I hardly ever found a staff so unfriendly and harsh, seems they don't like their job nor their customers. the only other places I found an athmosphere like that in a youth hostel was in morocco in casablanca, but moroccan hostels in general tend to be like that, I don't know about the French ones, but guess Marseille is an exception as I haven't heard about something like that from fellow travellers...

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written August 25, 2002

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There are two youth...

There are two youth international hostel. Bonneveine
is the most popular (often full) and is situated near a beach. 'Château de Bois Luzy' is on the top of a hill and gives a great view of the city, but is more quiet.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written August 25, 2002
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  • Reviews: 173

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just walk down this stair of...

just walk down this stair of Saint-Charles SNCF station, you'll see lots of hotels across the street; I stayed in Hotel Beaulieu Glavis, it's only 238F for a double room with shower...

clean and cosy

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  • Written August 25, 2002
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