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- Palais des Sports de Marseille
- Chateau d'If
- Cathedral la Major
- Timone Hospital
- Prado Beach
- Le Dome
- Parc Chanot Convention and Exhibition Center
- Museum of Civilizations in Europe and the Mediterranean
- Cassis Beach
- International Fair and Exhibition Center Marseille
- Place Castellane
- Palais Longchamps
- Silo Concert Hall
- Bandol Beach
- Dolce Fregate Provence Golf Course
- Radiant City
- La Canebiere
- Les Lecques Beach
- Marseille Opera House
What you should know about Saint-Antoine
Are you seeking an amazing place to stay when you visit the Saint-Antoine region of Marseille? Hotels.com has a fantastic selection of hotels in Saint-Antoine, Marseille for you to browse. We have hand-picked the best accommodations to ensure that we have great hotels that appeal to everyone, whether you are traveling alone or with friends, seeking a luxury weekend, or just a base from which to explore the city. Only the best places to stay in Saint-Antoine make it in to our shortlist. All of the hotels in Saint-Antoine, Marseille listed on our site are accompanied by up-to-date and accurate photos, showing you just what your hotel room will be like. Other Hotels.com users have, meanwhile, contributed reviews on each hotel via our certified reviewing scheme, so make sure to check out what they have to say. Saint-Antoine is an historic part of Marseilles, with so much to see and do that you will have a wonderful time whether you have come to explore the architecture or as part of a foodie tour.
What's Saint-Antoine, Marseille Like?
Saint-Antoine has a very historic feel to it. Here you can visit the Chateau d'If, which is an ancient fortress and prison, and which was immortalized in literature by being the castle in which the Count of Monte Cristo was imprisoned in Dumas's novel. Another magnificent old edifice that you can visit in Saint-Antoine is the Basilique Notre-Dame de la Garde, which offers both elegant gardens that you can stroll through and unrivaled views over the city. The city's cathedral, the Cathedrale La Major, is also located here, and it is well worth a visit too.
How to Get Along with Locals in Marseille
Brush up on your French dining etiquette before you travel to Saint-Antoine, as Marseille is the native home of several classic French dishes, which you simply must try when you stay here. The famous French stew known as Bouillabaisse is local to Marseilles, for instance; this stew is a delicious mix of various fish, clams, white wine, tomatoes, and careful seasoning and is great when eaten with some freshly cooked French bread and traditional "Rouille" sauce. Try hot chocolate and pastries or toast and jam ("tartines") for breakfast, and take a glass of anise-flavored Pastis liqueur before your dinner. There are so many brilliant hotels in Saint-Antoine, Marseille waiting for you on the Hotels.com website, all carefully chosen by experts in French travel. So why not book a wonderful place to stay in this historic neighborhood of Marseille today?
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