Intercontinental Marseille Hôtel Dieu

1 pl. Daviel, Marseille, 13002, France

Housed in Marseille's majestic 18th-century Hôtel Dieu, a beloved landmark built according to plans by Jacques Hardouin-Mansart, architect to Louis XIV, this place has been transformed into a gleaming palace. The hotel interiors are luminous and comfortable, accented with large amphorae, artworks, and photographs of the city by local artists. Rooms are beautifully conceived, many with large private terraces, views from the bathtub, and other luxe touches. The gold-mosaic pool and full-service Clarins spa and gym provide all the required pampering, and with Chef Lionel Lévy at the helm, the hotel's bistro Les Fenêtres and the lovely Alcyone restaurant are already standouts.

PROS

  • a one-stop luxury spot
  • splendid views from open-air bar
  • rates include breakfast

CONS

  • only a fifth of rooms have a terrace
  • such indulgence does have a price

Location

QUICK FACTS

Hotel
Business, Historical, Views
Sophisticated
Central
Luxurious Retreat

HOTEL INFO

Phones: -04–13–42–42–42

HOTEL DETAILS

187 rooms, 7 suites
Rate Includes: No meals

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