Martigues - Hotel - from 65€ €
A comfortable 3* hotel in Martigues with everything you need for a relaxing stay (outdoor pool) or business trip (2 meeting rooms).
The hotel has 40 air-conditioned rooms (2 with disabled access) with hair-dryer, flat-screen TV, welcome tray with kettle, free WiFi and secure parking.
Situated on the shores of Etang de Berre, Martigues is dotted with charming little harbours.
1.5 km from SNCF Martigues-Lavéra railway station, 28 km from Marseille Provence airport, 36 km from TGV Aix-en-Provence high-speed railway station, 40 km from TGV Marseille Saint-Charles high-speed railway station and 10 km from Martigues beaches.
Take exit no. 12 Lavéra from the A55 motorway to find Hôtel Kyriad Martigues, south of one of France's major petrochemical hubs and close to the Fos-sur-Mer and La Mède sites.
The restaurant is open from 7pm to 9pm on weekdays and snacks are served on the weekend.
Discount of 15% offered for stays reserved 3 days in advance. Discount of 30% offered for stays reserved 30 days in advance.
Reception open from 6.30am to 10pm and weekends from 7.30am to 10pm.
- Pets allowed
- Accessible for disabled
- Private parking, Coach park, Garage Bike
- Open air swimming pool
Information provided by OT Martigues
ZI Écopolis Sud
47 avenue José Nobre
- 04 42 81 84 94
04 13 33 70 83
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