InterContinental Marseille Hôtel-Dieu, retro elegance

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InterContinental Marseille Hôtel-Dieu, retro elegance

Panoramic views, top-chef dining, exceptional service, all wrapped up in a grandiose 18th century building.

The most luxurious and majestic hotel in Marseille is perched on the hill of Le Panier, in the Hôtel-Dieu de Marseille, a completely renovated former hospital constructed in the 18th century. Overlooking the old part of town, the 180° view from the building's huge terrace is breath-taking.

The outer elegance of the Hôtel Dieu is echoed in the refinement of the lobby, the restaurants of Michelin-starred chef Lionel Levy – which include the Le Capian bar, the Les Fenêtres brasserie, and the Michelin-starred fine dining restaurant Alcyone – and the 194 beautifully decorated rooms and suites, 72 of which offer panoramic views of the Old Port, with private terraces overlooking the heart of the city. The luxury amenities will satisfy even the most demanding clients.

The rooms reflect the historic character of the Hôtel-Dieu building, with retro-styled décor, reinterpreted in more contemporary codes. The wide openings onto the bathrooms make the rooms bright and serene. As for the service, it is nothing short of impeccable.

InterContinental Marseille Hôtel-Dieu
1 place Daviel
13002 Marseille

+33 (0)4 13 42 42 42

https://www.ihg.com/intercontinental/hotels/gb/en/marseille/mrsha/hoteldetail

Rooms: from 252 EUR