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Hotel du Petit Paris Marseille

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Bern, Switzerland
Reviewed 5 November 2013

The rooms are basic but well. Very friendly and helpful staff and only a few minutes walk from the old port and the train station. Despite of what others say in their reviews it's not a dangerous quarter at all, the hotel is located in a small road with interesting independent shops. Good accomodation for an unbeatable price.

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Horley, United Kingdom
Reviewed 4 September 2013

Be sure, there are worse areas to stay in Marseille, but there are also better. The area and the road the hotel is located on quite tidy and well kept compared to other areas in Marseille I visited. Rue du Tapis Vert has a row of small but welcoming independent and well kept shops, with sparkling front windows and shop...

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San Francisco
Reviewed 16 August 2013

I booked it beacuse it is close to the train station and I only needed a place to stay for one night, This hotel (which shouldn't even be called a hotel) is in a very bad area of Merseille. It's dirty, people are unpleasant and as a woman traveling on my own I did not feel safe here. I even...

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Gilleleje, Denmark
Reviewed 6 July 2013

Very very kind host... Helpful, pleasant and talkative.. Located in a cozy but dirty and busy part of Marseille - the african part I think, as I found almost only Tunesian and Morrocan cafè`s ... still very cozy. Only a 5-10 minues walk from the central train Station.. The room was ok despite that I found no aircondition.. just impossible...

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Moscow
Reviewed 4 December 2012

The hotel has a good location - in Canebiere district, near the border with Belsyuns. The train station Saint-Charles and the old port is approximately in the same distance - 8 minutes on foot or so. But the hotel is located in a short street aside, so there's plenty of quietness for such a busy and bustling city like Marseille....

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Reviewed 3 November 2012

Placed in the worst neighbor of marseille (we even attended a purse snatching just in front of the hotel) it has very old rooms, small, smelly, no air condition (very important in marseille in summer), broken shower, dirty, ridicoulos staff (the owner opened us the door dressed with a bath towel) you can t call hotel a place like this....

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Toronto, Canada
Reviewed 6 September 2012

We got there in the night and it was scary looking. It was difficult to get a hold of the owner to let us in. Luckily we found some gentlemen at a close by fast food place that kept calling and calling until we finally got let in. We went up about 4 flights of stairs with our packs on...

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Szczecin, Poland
Reviewed 27 August 2012

We were looking for a cheap hotel in Marseille and found "Little Paris"... Very modest room, but don't expect 5-star luxury for such low price. Service was amazing, but you'd better speak French or Arabic to get along. If you're on a budget, you can try out this hotel.

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manchester
Reviewed 8 July 2012

We booked this hotel for two nights. Our main reason for booking was cost. Granted it was cheap, and Im fully aware that you get what you pay for. I wasn't expecting five star luxury, but this hotel was dreadful. The area is shocking. The rooms at best can be described as poor. Live wires on the wall. On suite...

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Washington, DC
Reviewed 16 April 2011

Hotel du Petit Paris is a no-frills hotel near the St. Charles train station in Marseille. My room was clean, relatively quiet, and the staff decent. Don't be scared away by the hotel, it's a solid, safe, value for your money.

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Address: 33 rue Tapis Vert, 13001 Marseille, France
Region: France > Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur > Bouches-du-Rhone > Marseille
Number of rooms: 19
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“dont do it the pics done by hotel are not factuel look at visitor pics”
dockoff, 13 Oct 2015 | Read review
“Rooms can get stuffy when it's hot so maybe not the best choice for hot summer days! Gets better with the night breeze though.”
lowzikang, 25 Oct 2014 | Read review
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