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Pack your bags for the south-east of France, in the Provence-Alpes-Côte-d'Azur region. No less than five Campanile hotel-restaurants await you in Marseille, a cosmopolitan and dynamic city. Our friendly hotels enjoy a wooded setting and offer parking, conference rooms and unlimited buffets. Come enjoy the pleasant Mediterranean climate in the second largest city in France.


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Find the not to be missed sights of Marseille

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La Canebière

The soul of Marseille. Make the most of your stay at Campanile Marseille Saint-Antoine with a visit to La Canebière. Mythical artery of Marseille, it was once a popular place for a walk with locals, with its luxury hotels, restaurants and tea rooms. The Canebière was opened in 1666 and extended to the port at the end of the 18th century. It connects the district of the Reformed to Old Port over 1 km. Its name comes from the Provençal "canebe" (hemp), which perpetuates the memory of the ropes installed here since the Middle Ages. Today, the avenue is lined with very popular shops and some stalls, especially in the neighborhood of Noailles. Push open the door of the Maison Empereur and immerse yourself in the France of yesteryear, that of a craftsmanship that continues to this day. The oldest drug store in France has existed since 1827 and lists no less than 30,000 references in the fields of cooking, crafts, gardening, toys, household cleaning, cutlery, but also clothing and furniture. Lose yourself in the shelves and floors of this extraordinary shop, in which you will surely find sensations that will take you back! A few meters away, Père Blaize's herbalist shop, open since 1815, is also one of the oldest stores in Marseille. Admire the wooden shelves whose drawers abound with plants with pharmaceutical properties.

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Parc du Palais Longchamp

Water, culture and greenery at Longchamp Park. From your Campanile Marseille Saint-Antoine, head towards downtown Marseille to visit Longchamp Park, located upstream of the boulevard of the same name. Enter the park through the Boulevard du Jardin Zoologique to admire the majestic palace, built in the 19th century by the architect Henri-Jacques Espérandieu. The building was designed to celebrate the glory of water, after the completion of an 87 km long canal carrying water from the Durance in the heart of Marseille. Essential to alleviating the lack of water the city suffered, it remains to this day one of its main sources of drinking water. Refresh yourself at the fountain dominated by a monumental statue where three allegories stand: the Durance, the Vine and the Wheat. On either side of the colonnades, the palace houses two museums: the Museum of Fine Arts and the Museum of Natural History. Behind, a garden of 12 hectares is a peaceful haven in the city. Longchamp Park once housed a zoological garden whose exotic exhibits you can still admire: the giraffe pavilion, the elephant pavilion, the aviary, the wildcat cage, the bear cage, the monkey cage, and the bandstand.

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Calanques National Park

A day of hiking and bathing in Calanques National Park. Visiting Calanques National Park is one of the must-dos when coming to Marseille. Plan a day of hiking with a picnic and choose a creek according to your physical condition and the age of your children. Don’t forget to equip yourself with sunscreen, hats, water bottles, sunglasses and swimsuits. The easiest hike, suitable for the youngest and the oldest, starts from the pass of Gardiole. From your Campanile Marseille Saint-Antoine hotel, take the magnificent La Gineste road that connects Marseille to Cassis. In front of the military camp, follow the small road that goes down into the valley, cross the woods and continue to the parking lot. Be aware that access to the pass of Gardiole is prohibited to vehicles during the summer period. Following the trail, you will reach the creek of En-Vau. Allow around 2 hours for a round trip (9 km). The creek of Marseilleveyre is also one of the most accessible. Also allow 2 hours for a round trip. For a more sporty hike, leave Port-Miou and take the path to the cove of Port-Pin. Its sandy beach invites you to put your feet in the water. Then, a path climbs towards En-Vau, considered to be one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The hike lasts about 2.5 hours round trip.


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In Marseille and its surroundings

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The Campanile hotel in Aix-les-Bains has many advantages so you’ll enjoy a very pleasant stay. Located on the beautiful Gulf of Aix-les-Bains, this 3-star hotel offers a warm welcome and the following services: rooms with all the mod cons, free Wi-Fi, restaurant, meeting room, parking, etc.

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Hôtels Aix-en-Provence Campanile

Hotels Campanile

Planning a trip to Aix-les-Milles and looking for a hotel? Campanile offers you comfortable rooms and invites you to take an indulgent break at the best price!

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Hôtels La Beauvalle Campanile

Hotels Campanile
La Beauvalle

Planning a trip to La Beauvalle and looking for a hotel? Campanile offers comfortable rooms and invites you to take a gourmet break at the best price!

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What to do in Marseille

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Book a room at one of our Campanile hotel-restaurants in Marseille for a great weekend in Provence-Alpes-Côte-d'Azur! The first day, visit the Notre Dame de la Garde basilica, known as "La Bonne Mère" (“The Good Mother”) and admire the view it offers of Marseille. Discover the city’s oldest neighborhood, Le Panier, and its charming small cafés, restaurants and museums. If you want to buy a souvenir, the Old Port area and Avenue de la Canebière are perfect for shopping. The second day, explore the waterfront and its calanques (rocky inlets).
During your week-long stay in the department of Bouches-du-Rhône at our Campanile hotels in Marseille, begin by visiting the Pharo, a beautiful palace overlooking the Old Port. Soccer enthusiasts can take a quick detour to the Vélodrome stadium, which can hold up to 60,000 spectators. Also, be sure not to miss the Cassis calanques, accessible by boat or on foot. But keep in mind that the winding paths are not for everyone. You can also travel the waters off Marseille and head to the Frioul archipelago. This limestone rock site is home to many coves with turquoise-blue waters.
With Campanile hotels in the department of Bouches-du-Rhône, you can enjoy the beaches of Marseille for swimming, tanning or simply relaxing with your children. We recommend the Catalans sandy beach with its beautiful view of the Château d’If. In the city center, you’ll find Parc Borély. There are English, Chinese and botanical gardens, giving the park a particularly idyllic setting. Don’t miss the Préau des Accoules, a museum designed for children. On the program: an educational journey around original works of art, themed exhibitions and meetups with artists.

Marseille’s culinary specialties

If you've booked a room at one of our Campanile hotels in Marseille, enjoy local delicacies like bouillabaisse. This fish soup is served with croutons rubbed with garlic and a rouille sauce. Whole fish and potatoes enrich the dish. Tapenade, pistou soup and aïoli are some other tasty local dishes to discover during your visit to Marseille, and also try a glass of Pastis, the typical Marseille aperitif (in moderation).
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Must-see events in Marseille

Staying in Marseille over the summer? Don't miss the Ciné Plein Air’s outdoor movies organized by the city! Films for all audiences are projected in various neighborhoods around Marseille. The shows are free and begin at nightfall. You can bring chairs or cushions for comfort and have a picnic on the lawn. The event is perfect for spending a fun time as a family or with friends! Campanile hotels also offer various entertainment options, like tastings or aperitifs, for an enjoyable stay.
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Interesting facts about Marseille

Are you a fan of photography? The city of Marseille invites you to explore the medium in a unique way! Both analog and digital enthusiasts can walk around the city and its historic center accompanied by a photographer guide. The program involves observing Marseille's treasures in small groups and with advice from an experienced professional, to be able to get the best shots. You’ll be able to fill up your photo albums once you're home! With Campanile hotels in Marseille, you'll have a great time in this Mediterranean city!





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