Appartements d'Hôtes Design
Address11, place Général de Gaulle MarseilleSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Located 300 metres from the old harbour, Appartements d’Hôtes Design offers accommodations decorated in a design-style with parquet flooring. They all include a flat-screen TV and an equipped kitchen. Free Wi-Fi access is provided.
The bathroom is fitted with a shower. After a long day of sightseeing, you can rest in the seating area of your air-conditioned accommodation.
The kitchen is equipped with a stove, a coffee machine and a dining area. Restaurants and bars can be found right at the bottom of the building.
It is situated 1.4 km from Saint-Charles Train Station and 100 metres from Vieux-Port Hôtel de Ville Metro Station. There is a public car park at a location nearby.
The property will contact you directly to arrange deposit payment. If deposits are not paid within the set time frame (stated by the property) your reservation may be cancelled.
Please note that your credit card details for a deposit will be requested upon arrival. These details may be used to charge for any damages incurred to the accommodation during your stay.
Cheques and cash are accepted as methods of payment.
Please contact the property in advance to give your estimated time of arrival. Contact details can be found on the booking confirmation.
Services & facilities
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Non-smoking throughout
- Free WiFi
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