Radisson Blu Hotel, Marseille Vieux Port
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Marseille
A brief 22 minute flight landed us in the rather large city of Marseille.
... and trees instead of taking the winding path down the calanques, it was completely worth it once we got there. It was also a great workout, which I really need because of all of the croissants and baguettes I've been eating. I do not understand how these French people eat so much bread and cheese but are still so skinny. I've attached some pictures from the calanques for ...
... for Aix-en-Provence. During
our first day there we quickly realized how different Aix-en-Provence is from
Marseille. We felt like we blended in much better and were safer. We also found
that it was a little easier to understand people there when speaking French. I
think they spoke slower there, which may have just been coincidence, but my
friend and I were really excited that we were able to finally ...
... on the rebellious population rather out to sea.
Walking along the streets it was like a minefield of dog poo, had to keep our heads down to spot them. Watched the fish markets packing up for the day, after a good morning of trade. Went past a popular statue of a Greek Olympian being devoured by a Lion, his Olympic cup cast down.
Had a lazy morning soaking up the sun. decided to spoil our selves and enjoy some vegemite and cheese toasties for brunch. This may seem basic but when living on a travelling budget this becomes luxury! Realising we were right on a coastal point with ocean either side of us, we went for a stroll around the area. By the time we took off it was mid afternoon, drove further along the coast before parking up for the night in Gemenos.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center