Sneak Peek: InterContinental Marseille Hotel Dieu, Marseille, France

  • Jenna Hockema

The InterContinental Marseille Hotel Dieu has opened in a historic 18th-century building in the heart of Marseille, overlooking the Vieux Port, with 194 rooms and suites. In renovating the historically protected building, which was originally designed by Mansart as a hospital, the architect Jean-Philippe Nuel has remained true to the spirit of the structure, which has magnificent staircases, vaulted passageways, and terraces with expansive views. The hotel has a brasserie and gastronomic restaurant and a Clarins Spa with an indoor pool, saunas, and a hammam. (+33.4.13424242,www.ihg.com)

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