At 41, rue d’Endoume
In the 7th arrondissement of Marseille – Endoume / Saint-Victor district
La Relève guest rooms : 4 rooms available for your overnight stays, from 150 euros/night. Reception at the La Relève bar – Breakfast options offered at the bar from 8am.
When you wake up, head for the bar just downstairs! Here again everything is simple and fresh, the freshly squeezed fruit juices, the pastries or the coffee. With a bit of luck you will come across Thierry whose phrasing and jokes have gone around the world. A good Marseille-style awakening before moving around town or going for a walk in Les Goudes.
For the rest, the nap is scheduled at 3 p.m. and the aperitif from 6 p.m.))
Each room has its own color code (blue, pink, green or yellow) and its associated theme: tropical, rococo, Provençal or Mediterranean. The opportunity for the decorators of Honoré to give free rein to their enlightened ideas and to create a beautifully offbeat atmosphere, which generously breathes the south.
Pour le reste la sieste est prévue à 15h et l’apéro à partir de 18h..))
À chaque chambre, son code couleur (bleue, rose, verte ou jaune) et sa thématique associée : tropicale, rococo, provençale ou méditerranéenne. L’occasion pour les décoratrices d’Honoré de laisser libre cours à leurs idées éclairées et de créer une atmosphère joliment décalée, qui respire généreusement le sud.
On the decoration side, the confidence of the bosses was spontaneously granted to Annick Lestrohan and Ingrid Giribone, the mother-daughter duo of the Marseille store Honoré (7th). The two entrepreneurs did not hesitate to closely follow the work of these inspired decorators: the opportunity to go antiquing, in Avignon, Montpellier, Saint Rémy-de-Provence or Eygalières, for multiple nuggets to poetize the four universes of these extraordinary rooms.
Elsa Junod: Architect.
Each room has its own color code (blue, pink, green or yellow) and its associated theme: tropical, rococo, Provençal or Mediterranean. The opportunity for the decorators of Honoré to give free rein to their enlightened ideas and to create a beautifully offbeat atmosphere, which generously breathes the south