Hello Marseille Hostel Reviews
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One of the more expensive hostels I've stayed in. They say it's a 'free breakfast' but ask you to 'donate' for the next day. All it is is bread and jam and coffee. Pretty cheap. Other than that it's fine. Close to Vieux Port.
Great location, rooms were really nice and spacious with lockers. Mixed staff, some very friendly and helpful, others not so much. Quite expensive considering breakfast is an additional donation on top of room rates. Only 1 toilet for hostel, and kitchen is quite small! However Marseille is super pretty and the location is great, so I would use again.
This is the most expensive hostel i have stayed in on my travels by far!The noise from the street is quite loud. The beds are comfortable and they do supply lockers but There is only one toilet for the floor so a que dose form a peak times which is frustrating. The kitchen eating and prep area gets full with only a few people in there and the breakfast is just bread and coffee! After paying €25 for a night they could at least give breakfast without looking for a donation.
The staff is very friendly and helpful. One evening they cooked for everyone which was delicious and a great alternative to eating out. The room was very nice and had an extra bathroom. There is a cool living room with comfy couches :) Only thing I found a bit weird: There is just one toilet for everybody. But there was less waiting than I expected :P
Good hostel and nice personal, but i didn't so a towel/
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 25-30
- (1 review)
i would say it was a cool hostel if it werent for all the bullshit they spread about being "non profit". Cmon. 23 Euros for a night in a slightly adapted apartment? Its about the same price as vertigo 2 blocks away, which doesnt claim that and has the better facilities too. That kind of pisses me of, other than that it is a nice place though.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 18-24
- (1 review)
Very cool and laid back place. There are plenty of opportunities to meet other travellers, the staff are helpful and the location is really good. I definately would stay here again.
Great little hostel with a very homely and communal feel to it. Great kitchen set up and the saloon is a great place to meet people and have a chat. Great location close to the port and pretty much everything is within walking distance. Only thing that may be considered a negative is that there is only one toilet for the whole hostel. It wasn't busy when I was there but I could see it becoming an issue if it had been full. Staff were very helpful with directions and advice.
Lots of fun, very friendly and homelike, staff very informative on where to go and what to do!
Would have been nice to have a bar but happy with the kitchen!
An awesome hostel, friendly and collaborative staff. An experience overall, congrats for your work!
Really quaint and nice - felt very homey. And the beds were quite comfortable! Also awesome location. Highly recommended.
HM hostel is my favorite hostel ever. A very nice international staff welcomes you and makes you feel at home. Excellently located: 1mn Vieux Port, 10min walking from Cours Julien. Very well equipped guest kitchen, you can join for community dinners and share your favorite dish with other travellers. "What-to-do-today" suggestions come along with weather forecasts on a board at the entrance. HOME. If you love hostels (not meant as cheap hotels, but hostels) you'll love Hello Marseille.