This studio with orientalism flavour is ideally located near the Vieux Port, close to la Canebière, behind the Alcazar.
Well lighted, overlooking a vast courtyard planted with trees, it will be a cozy cocoon where you can take a break between two explorations in the city.
Equipped with care, you just have to put your suitcase and make this appartment your second home.
For the cinema lover, the rue des Récolettes may evoke the opening scene of the film Casablanca: a working class neighborhood, smells of orients, stalls selling Tunisian dates, water from Algerian sources, and, of course, the inevitable kebbabs. Some devotees gather a little higher up, at the hour of prayer, while one apostrophe in half a dozen languages.
On the weekends, people pulls chairs off the sidewalk to chat while kids are playing football in a street of Poids de la Farine so unused by cars that everyone here is convinced it's a dead end.
The district is central, you literally have the whole city at your feet: the Vieux Port is two minutes away, you can have a coffee in Noailles, do your shopping in Centre Bourse just by crossing a street, or simply ride a bike rented by the RTM on the Canebière.
You reach the apartment by a staircase worthy of Guédiguian's films: a door, a dark space cramed with strollers. There is smell of Comorian cuisine, Moroccan meat balls. You climb a flight of steps. And then everything is clear: a window on the park in the center of buildings and in the shade of tall trees there is a fountain. And finally, the studio on the second floor.
Entirely renovated, it has all the necessary for a pleasant stay.
The bed is 140, with a small open wardrobe. In the kitchen you have a refrigerator under a worktop, a microwave, induction hob and everything needed to prepare and enjoy your meals.
The bathroom has a beautiful shower and a pretty chinese furniture as washstand.