Beautiful Marseille is located in the South of France and is the second largest city in the country. Versatile is perhaps the best was to describe Merseille, if you’re looking to sum it up in one word. Here you can catch rays on one of the beaches along the Mediterranean, drink on a terrace in the popular Old Port or explore one of France's most historic neighbourhoods, Quartier du Panier.
Vieux Port is the city’s ancient port and one of the tourist hotspots. The tourists flock for its many restaurants and attractions like Fort Saint-Jean and Fort Saint Nicholas. The hotel supply around the harbour numbers around 20 properties, ranging from two-star budget to five-star luxury hotels. There are also plenty of romantic hotels with a in-pool bars, outdoor swimming pool and 24-hour room service; well, tourists do like to come to France for a little romance.
If you’re a football fan coming for a match in the city, then a hotel around the Stade Vélodrome might be right for you. There around 10 properties nearby, with a number of three-star hotels, most with their own bar.
Of the other popular areas in Marseille, La Timone is known to be fairly quiet and has about five hotels to choose from. La Valentine on the other hand is much livelier and a favourite with shopaholics, thanks to the number of big brand stores that line the street.