Best Hostels for Solo Travellers and Groups in Marseille

The second largest city in France, Marseille is a big port city on the Mediterranean. It is a fascinating place to visit with colorful markets, historic buildings, and the Old Harbor. If you're traveling to Marseille on a budget, you'll find some good hostels throughout the city. Many have a social atmosphere that make it easy to meet other guests. Some are located in old buildings that add a lot of charm and character to the experience. Whatever your purpose is for visiting Marseille, you're sure to enjoy the diversity of the city and the authenticity that it offers visitors.

How much do hostels in Marseille cost?

Average Dorm Price $21 ($17 to $24)
Average Double Private Room Price (in a hostel) $77 ($33 to $141)

A good hostel for solo travellers and small groups.

Dorm Bed: $16.32
Private Room: $22.95
Overall Rating: 87%
Vertigo Vieux Port is a favorite hostel in Marseille, France. It's located in the city's Old Port area and is conveniently close to beaches, bars, and clubs, as well as the central market and Notre Dame Church. The hostel has a lot of character and has been designed by local artists, giving each room its own character and charm. The buildings have been recently renovated and offer guests all of the modern amenities that you could need. The hostel has free wi-fi, daily breakfast, travel information, luggage storage, and a full kitchen that's stocked with spices. The staff are knowledgeable and helpful. They speak a variety of different languages and will go out of their way to answer your questions.

The hostel has dorms that sleep four, five, six, or eight guests. Some of the four bed dorms are femaly only, but the rest of the rooms are co-ed. There are also twin private rooms. Every room has a private bathroom.

This is a great hostel for solo travelers who want to make some new friends, or other young backpackers who are looking for a social and fun atmosphere. It's also a good value in a good location, so if you're on a tight budget, this is one of your best choices.
38 Rue Fort Notre Dame , Marseille, France,

A good hostel for solo travellers, groups, and female travellers.

Dorm Bed: $20.74
Overall Rating: 89%
Hello Marseille is another popular hostel. It's located in a charming 19th century building that has many impressive features including high ceilings, marble floors, and large rooms. This is a traditional backpacker's hostel and it maintains that atmosphere. Despite it's small size, or perhaps because of it, the hostel has a social environment and it is easy to meet other guests. There is a pleasant lounge area where you can relax and read a book or just chat with other travelers. There is also a large television and a large balcony. There is a full kitchen that guests can use to prepare their own meals and a library where you can borrow books.

The hostel is located in a safe and central part of the Marseille in the Old Port. It provides access to many of the sights and attractions you might want to visit and is in a very walkable and bike-friendly part of town.

Most dorms sleep six people. There is also a "big room" that offers a lot of space, a private bathroom, a large mirror, and a bathtub. This dorm is typically for female travelers, although it is possible that it may be co-ed.
12, rue de Breteuil , Marseille, France,

A good hostel for solo travellers and small groups.

Dorm Bed: $21.40
Private Room: $30.91
Overall Rating: 83%
Another favorite hostel in Marseille, Vertigo is recommended in several popular guidebooks. It's is conveniently located in the city center about a five minute walk from the central train station and bus station and ten minutes from the Old Port. The hostel was renovated to combine two older hotels, and today it has a pleasant atmosphere that feels a bit like a traditional Marseillan house. Each room has its own style and character. There is a bright yard where you can relax. There's also an on-site bar that is a nice place to grab a drink and meet other travelers. The hostel offers all of the standard amenities including free wi-fi, luggage storage, a book exchange, and an all you can eat breakfast (for an additional fee). There is a kitchen that is fully stocked with spices as well.

The hostel staff are friendly and fun. The keep the atmosphere of the hostel light and fun and it won't be long before you're relaxing in the lounge and chatting with other guests like they're long time friends.

The hostel has both private rooms and dorms available. Dorms sleep two, four, six, or sixteen people. All rooms are co-ed. Private rooms are either twins or doubles.
42 rue de petites maries , Marseille, France,

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