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Chambre Balade en Provence

Marseille Vieux Port

Hôtel Alizé

Chambre Balade en Provence
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The decor of this cosy room oozes the sweet fragrance of the South … Located in a historical 18th-century bastide, the room still has some of the traces of its past with its stone walls, its wooden furniture, which is typical of that to be found in the rural countryside of Provence, and the pretty painting above the bed, which is a nod to the Phocean City… it’s got great character! It has great charm! Its location is ideal: the window affords a panoramic view of the Old Port!

The bathroom has a bathtub. The water closet is in the bathroom. 

View of the Old Port!

Tips from Mediterraneans

Le Pointu
Feel like topping up your tan? Go and have lunch in the sun on the terrace of Le Pointu, which is a typical local restaurant. What’s on the menu? Mediterranean seafood cuisine, as well as meat dishes and salads at pretty affordable prices. Ideal for lunch or an evening drink and a plate of tapas in the company of friends!
18 Cours Honoré d'Estienne d'Orves, 13001 Marseille
+33 4 91 55 61 53
The owner's secrets
For me, Marseilles signifies the Mediterranean! I love the view of the boats, the sea, and most of all the Old Port. I would also recommend the Prophet’s Beach, which I am particularly fond of.
In my job, the aspects that I particularly like are the ability to create enjoyment, the depth of the human relations and the fact that every day is different!
My motto? Don’t do to others what you would not have them do to you.
My wildest dream? To get married in Vegas!

Hôtel Alizé

35 Quai des Belges, 13001 Marseille, France
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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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