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Chambre Romance d’Orient

Canebière

Hôtel Le Ryad Cannebière

Chambre Romance d’Orient
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ROMANTIC / SPACIOUS / FOUR-POSTER BED / ORIENTAL

This room, with its oriental decor, takes you away into a world of dreams: romantic four-poster bed, wrought iron, spacious and bright thanks to the three large windows that look out onto the street, furniture made by traditional Moroccan craftsmen… This is the stuff of 1001 Nights! If you want additional comfort, a chaise longue is stowed away in the alcove. If you need a bed for a child, it will do just the trick.

Extend your exotic stay in the bathroom, which is worthy of a hammam! Magnificently decked out like a Moroccan tadelakt with stone tiling, it lends itself well to a little lounging around oriental style. Time is suspended...Above the metallic basin, there is a fabulous oriental mirror so that you can gaze at yourself endlessly! Separate water closet.

Romantic!

Tips from Mediterraneans

Danaides Fontaine
Just a five-minute walk from your hotel room is Square Stalingrad with its magnificent Danaides Fountain, which is one the most beautiful in Marseilles! For your information, the Fountain depicts the Greek myth of the 50 daughters of Danaus who killed their husbands on their wedding night and were doomed to spend eternity filling a bottomless barrel. This is a favorite place for people taking a stroll and is a nice place to sit down and enjoy an ice-cream.
6 Square Stalingrad, 13001 Marseille

Hôtel Le Ryad Cannebière

16 Rue Sénac de Meilhan, 13001 Marseille, France
Marseille
Historique

Dans le CENTRE historique de Marseille, aussi appelé « le Panier », flânez le long de la Canebière, de ses CAFES-restaurants et ses boutiques ARTISANALES. Descendez jusqu’au VIEUX PORT, rendez‐vous des marins, pêcheurs et écoles d’aviron. Face à vous, le Mucem, les tours du Pharo et les forts qui gardent l’entrée du port.

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