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All reviews vieux port great location old church metro station galeries lafayette superior room small window good size continental breakfast hotel location st charles bars and restaurants visit marseille coffee machine croissants elevator balcony
I would definitely suggest this hotel to anyone wanting to be in one minute on foot to the magnificent old Port of Marseille and to those who would like to wander in the city Centre like the amazing Cours Julien. Also, in just 15-20’ easy...More
I thought I share with you how much I enjoyed my time at the new hotel view Port. I was there with my mum on the 06/11/18 until the 12/11/18,with my broken French I found all the staff very friendly and helpful.The room was very...More
Refuse room 503!!
Room 503 is not fit for rental, there is loud running water noise coming from the air conditioning (as mentioned in other reviews on Google), it has a tiny window the size of a shoe box that reminded me of a prison...More
Difficult to find the front door - make sure your taxi takes you to it. Otherwise the location is perfect; rooms comfortable and spacious; friendly staff and great wifi. The breakfast is worth the extra charge.
I've stayed at New Hotel Vieux Port at least four times and always enjoy the experience! The "new" Hotel may be 300 years old but has been through several recent renovations. I like the choice of themed rooms...my favorite being the Solei Levant (Rising sun)...More
Response from Pauline_Labit, Directeur général at New Hotel Vieux PortResponded 11 September 2018
Thank you for your feedback about your stay, we appreciate you taking the time to review your stay at the Newhotel Vieux Port. We take note about your remarks. Best regards
Take the Metro to Vieux-Port. It's very fast and there's only one intervening stop. You're right by the hotel when you emerge although you will need to turn a corner of the building to find the hotel entrance, which is quite... More
Take the Metro to Vieux-Port. It's very fast and there's only one intervening stop. You're right by the hotel when you emerge although you will need to turn a corner of the building to find the hotel entrance, which is quite discreet - facing the street and not the quaysde. Google street view is not essential but I always use it in advance of arriving in a new place just to locate entrances etc.