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InterContinental Marseille - Hotel Dieu


Inspire Your Wanderlust

Soak In Your Surroundings

Notre Dame de La Garde

Rue Fort du Sanctuaire, Marseille, 13006

Built in 1853 and consecrated in 1864, it is most certainly Marseille's most famous landmark! Visible from many areas of the city, Notre Dame de la Garde Basilica watches over the city from its highest point, offering panoramic views of the surrounding coastline. "La Bonne Mère" is the guardian angel of the city! Don't miss it, as both the views from the terrace and the interior of the basilica are unique! Admission is free

Vieux Port

Quai du Port, Marseille, 13001

The Vieux Port is significent to Marseille, as the Eiffel Tower is to Paris or Big Ben to London! It's simply a must see! The Vieux Port is a favourite haunt for both locals and tourists: take a stroll, eat,drink, fall in love, buy (or sell) fish, or simply relax and enjoy the setting...

La Vieille Charité

2 rue de la Charité, Marseille, 13002

"La Vieille Charité", was designed by Pierre Puget. Begun in 1671, it was completed in 1745, its function was to house the poorest of Marseille. The building has 4 wings that open, cloister-like, unto the inside courtyard, with a Baroque style chapel. It was classified as a historic monument in 1951 and has been recently restored.

Les Calanques


"The Calanques -the thrill of a lifetime! Words cannot describe the Calanques! These inlets, like emerald fissures betwixt the rugged white rocks, are certainly among the world’s most famous coastlines. The Concierge will be proud and indeed delighted, to help you book a tourboat; the best way to discover the splendour of the Calanques. Most definitely the experience of a lifetime!"


1 place Francis Chirat, Marseille, 13002

The FRAC (Contemporary Art Museum) is situated in the heart of Marseille's oldest district, "Le Panier". It's aim is to make known and maintain contemporary art in the Provence region. Please ask the concierge about current exhibitions.

Cathédrale de la Major

Place de la Major, Marseille, 13002

One of the largest cathedrals built in Europe in the 19th century.(roughly 135m long, like Noah's Ark!) Built between 1852 and 1893, its interior is adorned with mosaic floors and red-and-white marble; the exterior is Romano-Byzantine in style. The cathedral-the only one of its kind in France- can de seen from far at sea..


Quai de la tourette, Marseille, 13001

The “Musée des Civilisations de l'Europe et de la Méditerranée (MuCEM)” - in English "The Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilisations" is a fantastic new national museum! Located close to the Vieux Port of Marseille, the MUCEM will open in May; just in time for the summer season of the Capital of Culture. Never before has an entire museum been specifically dedicated to Mediterranean culture. The new building was designed by the renowned architect, Rudy Ricciotti!

Palais Longchamp

23 Boulevard Montricher, Marseille, 13004

The "Palais Longchamp", with its marvellous fountains, was created to celebrate the construction of the Canal de Marseille, and was the reception point for water from the Durance river for the city. It houses the musée des beaux arts and the natural history museum. Rich in history and culture it offers a most enjoyable visit. The surrounding park is ideal for a tête à tête or a family picnic.

La Corniche

Corniche Président John Fitzgerald Kenne, Marseille, 13007

The Corniche in Marseille is home to the rich and famous! It's easy to see why! Stroll along the boardwalk and revel, body and soul, in the spectular view. Enjoy a refreshing drink at one of the many bars along the way. The Frioul islands are clearly visible from the shore.

1 Place Daviel Marseille 13002 France

Phone: +33 4 13424242