Monday, July 20, 2015

A new food-loving, creative culture is
reviving Marseilles. Here's where to stay. Aside from
the ultra-affordable Mama Shelter, Marseilles has long lacked designminded
boutique hotels. Not anymore. Last year, the C2 Hôtel (picured; doubles
from $208) arrived in the Palais de Justice area with 20 minimalist rooms
decked out in Midcentury furnishings. Guests can take a 15-minute boat ride
to the property's new beach club on tiny Île Degaby. The
InterContinental Hôtel Dieu (doubles from $241) is a stunning renovation of a
landmarked building with views of the hilltop Notre-Dame de la Garde cathedral
from many of its 194 rooms. Le Couvent (suites from $121) feels more
tucked away, with nine spacious suites in a 17th-century convent. For more
on the food-loving, creative culture revitalizing Marseilles, head this way.
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