Martigues - Hotel - from 57€ €
3* boutique hotel with a premier location just 3 minutes from the city centre.
31 fully-equipped rooms (1 with disabled access) with unique decoration.
Arrival possible 24/7 thanks to the automatic key dispenser and credit card payment. Reception open from 6am to 9pm.
Meals for corporate packages are served in our partner restaurant "Bertrand ROY", just 300 metres from the hotel or with a dinner tray in your room.
Transfer services to airport and stations. Laundry and room service. Boutique with local produce and souvenir.
- Pets allowed
- Accessible for disabled
- Private parking, Coach park, Public car park
Information provided by OT Martigues
57 boulevard Marcel Cachin
- 04 42 13 52 52
04 42 81 48 66
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