Hotel’s location in the Marseille city centre just a walk from main train station
Just across from the Vieux Port and between Fort Saint-Nicolas and the Théâtre de la Criée, our hotel’s location in the Marseille city centre puts you near easy transport options. The main train station is just a 15- to 20-minute walk or two stops by direct underground, and there’s a direct high-speed train connection between Paris and Marseille. Airlines provide direct connections to more than 80 cities worldwide from Marseille Provence Airport, 28 kilometres northwest. Three motorways connecting Spain, Italy and Northern Europe criss-cross in Marseille, making our hotel an ideal home base for exploring Provence and Western Europe.
France's original city
Over 2,000 years old, Marseille is France's oldest city. It's also the largest port and centre of the Provence and Côte d'Azur regions. The municipality's ancient roots have blossomed into an affluent, avant-garde culture with a relaxed coastal ethos.
Arriving by car:
Marseille is at the crossroads of the three motorways (A7, A50, A55) that connect Spain, Italy and Europe. To reach the hotel, follow Vieux Port, Prefecture/Saint-Victor. Continue on Quai de Rive Neuve Street for 163 metres to the hotel. Parking is available at Vinci La Criée.
Arriving by plane:
A shuttle runs every 20 minutes from Marseille Provence Airport (28 kilometres from the hotel) to the main train station Gare Saint-Charles. From the train station, follow the directions just below. The 25- to 35-minute taxi journey from the airport costs about EUR 50.
Arriving by train:
All main TGV railway lines lead into Gare Saint-Charles. From the station, take the Metro blue line No. 1 to Timone Hospital, stopping at Vieux Port. At this point, you can choose a 10-minute walk along the beautiful harbour to our doors or a two-minute ride on Bus 83 to Rond Point du Prado, stopping at Théâtre.