DescriptionThe house Les chambres de l'Abbaye welcomes you in Marseille for your stay in the Phocaean city with family or friends.
Welcome to Les Chambres de l'Abbaye At the end of a quiet alleyway, in the heart of downtown Marseille, these former workshops, renovated into guest rooms, offer you peaceful accommodation with the possibility of parking.
Located 1 minute from the Old Port and 10 minutes by foot from the Pharo in the Saint-Victor district (Palais des Congrès), the 3 charming guest rooms of the charming guest house Les Chambres de l'Abbaye welcome you all year round in Marseille. Two of the three rooms can accommodate 3 people.
Breakfast is served in the garden by the housekeeper, Arlette, or in winter, in the dining room by a fireplace. Jams and cakes but also pastries and fresh fruit juices are on the menu every morning!
You will have access to public transport on foot.
Number of rooms : 3
In the Art Deco dining room, Arlette will serve you breakfast in winter between 7:30 and 10:00 a.m., but she is always available for any other request. Every morning, a cake and homemade jams are offered along with bread, pastries, fruit juice, and seasonal fruits.
Breakfast is served in the garden by the hostess, Arlette. Jams and cakes but also pastries and fresh fruit juice are on the menu every morning!
It is no longer presented as the place where, according to legend, the history of Marseille began. Formerly called the Lacydon, the Old Port is, as its name indicates, the oldest of the city, and the pulsating heart of the Phocaean City for centuries.
Today, it is one of the emblematic places of Marseille. It is the natural meeting place for all the inhabitants of Marseille and visitors. It is here that one comes to feel the atmosphere of Marseille, between the fish market, and the effervescence of the city center. In the evenings when OM is playing, the bars of Marseille broadcast the game and the fans come to celebrate the victories on the Vieux Port.
If you want to visit Marseille, the Vieux Port is the place where you will find the ticket offices and the starting point of many excursions: If you are wondering what to visit in Marseille, the Petit train de Marseille will take you through the city to discover the tourist sites, you will be able to visit the islands of Marseille and the Calanques, rent a boat...
Many monuments of Marseille are nearby. Among the most important are the Fort Saint-Jean, the Saint Ferréol les Augustins Church, the Major Cathedral...