Comfort Hotel Marseille Nord Aix
Avenue de la Gardiette
Les Pennes Mirabeau, 13170
Phone: (33) 4 42747474
Fax: (33) 4 42416529
Come here to experience cabaret in the most traditional sense, complete with showgirls in sequined costumes with legs that seem to go on forever, dancing the cancan, as well as charming singers. The bar is situated just outside Marseille. Think champagne and Moulin Rouge. With a quality menu and rollerblade service, this place is really something else!
Fans of Afro rhythms get together here. There are some wonderful vaulted rooms, just waiting to welcome customers coming to make the most of the burning atmosphere on either of the two dance floors. Reggae, biguines and other styles of dance music are programmed throughout the evening. A wide choice of cocktails and interesting conversations await you at the bar.
This brasserie, located at the top of the Canebière, is only open during the day. The menu offers excellent luncheon dishes and the desserts are delicious. A highly professional staff provides rapid service, either in the dining area, or outside on the pleasant terrace. This is truly a nice and affordable establishment in the city center.
This place attracts revelers from all over the city who are seeking a soul mate, as long as they are not of the opposite sex. The explosive party atmosphere attracts a colorful, outspoken clientèle. Expect a warm welcome and a good selection of beers and spirits. The evening shows are not to be missed. Check website for the list of events and exact timings.
Just like Paris's renowned Café de Flore, this well-known bar - situated on the corner of the Vieux-Port at the lower end of Rue de la République - has managed to hold onto its old-fashioned charm. And it's easy to see why, with its 1930s-style décor, deliciously light, traditional cuisine, piano bar and fabulous terrace looking out over the boats moored in the harbor making it the perfect rendezvous, no matter what time of day. The bar closes at 8:30p throughout the year, but is open until midnight during the summer months.
In this trendy sector of La Plaine, week ends are reserved for concerts at the Montana Blues. The staff are friendly and the clientele either connoisseurs or regulars who make you feel at home. A great way of finding out more about the true spirit of this part of town.
This bar, down on the quayside at the Vieux Port, organizes get-togethers over a few glasses of beer. The proprietors have opted for a cultural "note" and the non-stop activities until 2am include jazz concerts and jam sessions with local musicians who have a tendency towards more classical music. The bar gets rather crowded at the end of the week but the choice of beers is tremendous. A beer costs EUR2.43.
An atmosphere of frenzied excitement fills this tiny little bar that looks more like a student's bed-sit with a mezzanine! Lots of people crowd in here to enjoy the festivities and the delightful cocktails. The customers are mainly girls and students, who meet here to organize the rest of their evening's entertainment. Lively atmosphere guaranteed.
The Maxi Club is one of the many nightspots that one finds en route to the Old Port. It is extremely well located, thus frequently visited by nearby students, giving it a decidedly youthful vibe. The music selection varies nightly, ranging from R&B to techno. Cover is 10 euro for students, and free for girls before midnight.
This club, with its 600 square metres of pure pleasure, spread over several different floor levels, is aimed mainly at a gay clientele. It is a private club with an absolutely fabulous conception. It is advisable to be presented by someone who is already a member in order to gain entrance. Volume on maximum and wacky lights makes it one of the hottest scenes in town.
The Café Julien, adjoining the well-known cultural center of the same name, invites bands of varying musical tendencies, from the most basic of reggaes to the heaviest rock. This mish-mash is however the explanation for the venue's undeniable and ever-growing popularity amongst the young crowds of Marseilles. A fun place to kick back and relax in the heart of the city.
"The Trolley", as everyone in Marseille calls it, is undoubtedly the most frequented and symbolic night-time bar in town. Once inside the maze of 4 rooms, in the heart of town, one discovers a fascinating décor: galleries with different types of music, a bowling area and a whisky bar. All the four rooms: Whisky Bar, Abribus, Terminus and Trolley bar offer different delights, some of which are equipped with facilities to host various events:concerts, product launches and so on.There's something for everyone here.