A luxurious, beachfront Pullman hotel with breakfast, champagne and a restaurant discountDining on Provençal wines and fresh seafood in La Reserve restaurant
Admiring the architecture and interiors, with clean lines with a hint of nautical cool
Soaking up the sea views straight from your room
What To Know
The hotel has a large salt water pool with plenty of sunbeds, so you won't need to stake out a spot
Book a sea view room for unreal sunrises and sunsets
A sea-view room at a gorgeous four-star hotel in Marseille, just a ten-minute stroll from the beach
In recent years, Marseille has been busy shedding its reputation as a rough-and-tumble port town and has emerged, butterfly-like, as a chic, cosmopolitan destination. Following its reign as last year’s European Capital of Culture, visitors have been flocking to the Rudy Riciotti-designed MuCEM, as well as the Foster + Partners pavilion, while gourmands are raving about the exciting nouveau brasseries. Luxurious hotels are also getting in on the action, and that's where Hotel Pullman Marseille Palm Beach comes in.
This elegant four-star hotel is a bastion of the new Marseilles. Its stylishly minimal interiors pair subdued grays and blues with showroom-ready modern fixtures. Located right on the waterfront, the natural saltwater pool, the library, the bar terrace and La Reserve restaurant all make the most of the stunning sea views (as does your sumptuous room). A fitness suite, asauna, a solarium and massage facilities are also on hand to soothe you into relaxation. With digs this fabulous, you'll definitely be saying, "Out with the old, in with the new."
Marine-inspired décor is fitting for this seaside hotel – you'll find plenty of cool, pale blues and deep navy hues alongside crisp white linens. Staying in a Deluxe room, you'll enjoy a plush queen-sized bed and a view of the sparkling sea below. Your room also features an elegant bathroom with stylish counter-top basins and bathtubs.
Fresh fish and local wines steal the show at the hotel’s restaurant, La Reserve, which boasts brilliant panoramic views of the Mediterranean. Its bar, Le Soleil, is a stylish hang-out for cocktails and pressed juices, complete with an al-fresco terrace.
There’s never been a better time to visit Marseille. Fresh from a year of being Europe’s capital of culture, France’s second largest city boasts a popular new museum and a mind-blowing food scene. These fresh attractions meet with long-established favorites – the pastel-colored buildings, the charming old port, the mild climate and, of course, the sparkling Mediterranean Sea.