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Marseille Hotel to Open in October

The low-carbon affordable hotel chain, easyHotel, is preparing for the opening of its brand-new hotel in Marseille on 14 October with customers now able to book rooms.

easyHotel Marseille Euromed is set to offer guests unparalleled convenience in the heart of the transformed Euromed district in downtown Marseille. The prime location is just 2km from the historic Old Port and the iconic Mucem museum, providing easy access to some of Marseille’s most renowned attractions.

Not only is the hotel within walking distance of popular sites, but it also boasts strong public transport links, including Désirée Clary Metro Station just steps away and Saint-Charles Train Station, the main station for Marseille, within a 20-minute walk. For sports enthusiasts, the Stade Vélodrome is just 20 minutes away by Metro, making it convenient to enjoy football or rugby matches.

The hotel features 111 smartly designed, compact, low-carbon rooms that offer guests the Core Comforts they need for a great night’s sleep, including queen-size four-star style mattress, premium sound insulation, air-conditioning, and blackout curtains. The eco-friendly design uses sustainably sourced natural wood throughout, coupled with recycled materials. Independent research has verified that the rooms emit 39 per cent less CO2 over a 50-year hotel lifecycle compared to the competition.

Karim Malak, CEO of easyHotel, commented: “We are thrilled to continue easyHotel’s expansion in France with the upcoming opening of our new Marseille Euromed site. Marseille is a vibrant city with a rich cultural heritage and our hotel is perfectly positioned to offer both business and leisure visitor’s affordable, comfortable and low-carbon accommodation. Just like when easyJet started operating from Marseille, we are very much looking forward to offering great value options to travellers. We’re here to enable guests to save on their accommodation so they can spend in the city.”