"The indoor, fully air conditioned, Live Cooking restaurant “Yin Yang” offers inspired dishes and serves up to 80 people while the outdoor terrace restaurant offers guests al fresco dining with stunning views. The Chinese inspired ambiance of the cosy bar “Chang’An” offers a stylish and comfortable place to enjoy a cocktail and light snacks. Within the Villa Massalia hotel, is the luxurious Spa "Siwa" which can be accessed directly from your room, and an indoor/outdoor swimming pool is heated to 27 degrees all year round. Our spa area and treatment rooms have been carefully refurbished so that you are surrounded by complete calm and tranquillity. A full list of treatments is available. So lay back, relax and let yourself be carried away..."
A stunning new contemporary hotel designed by Didier Rogeon, whose unique architectural style was inspired by the 18th century Chateau Borély. In a spectacular position, on the edge of Borély Park, overlooking the Mediterranean sea in the chic leisure district of Marseille and surrounded by green open spaces, a rare find in this busy city. The beautiful sandy beaches, the Vélodrome Stadium, Le Dome music venue and the Parc Chanot congess centre are all close by.
"Rooms and suites are modern and stylish with soft shades of colours, natural materials, contemporary furniture and chic accessories. Crisp white bed linens, soft pillows and mood lighting create a welcoming and relaxing environment for both business and leisure travelers. Offering views over the City and the Hills, superior rooms are tastefully decorated with all the modern technologies to make your stay as comfortable as possible.Superior rooms offer the highest level of comfort and quality using materials such as leather, real oak and feather bedding. Both functional and relaxing they host a desk area for work and a comfortable lounge chair from which you can enjoy your LCD TV. Calming turquoise touches, a carpet reflecting the wave lines in the sands of the local beaches, and ambient light ensures optimal relaxation and comfort."
"*From the Airport: Begin by following the N113 (Fos-Martigues Jonquires Marseille – Aix en Provence) in the direction of Marseille, then take the A55 (Marseille-Vieux Port L’Estaque – Les Ports). From this point follow signs to: Tunnel Prado, Carrenage, Aubagne, Toulon, Menpenti and after the toll take the exit: Braille, La Timone, La Capelette, Saint loup. After this exit, follow the signs for Les Plages, and at the roundabout with the statue of David take the first left, and then at the next roundabout take the second exit for avenue Bonneveine. Finally, the hotel is located on your left at the next roundabout. *By train: The TGV is an excellent way to reach Marseille with high-speed services from Paris, Lyon and Marseille. *By metro: Although there isn’t a metro that runs all the way to the hotel, you can take subway line 2 in the direction of St Marguerite Dromel to the Rond point du Prado station. From here the bus line 44 runs in the direction of Floralia Rimet – descend at Place Bonnefon for the hotel. *Car Parking: We also offer a valet parking service in our private secure underground garage."