Hotel Le Corbusier
Occupying parts of the third and fourth floors of Le Corbusier's 1954 Unité d'Habitation building, this hotel offers basic accomodations, a restaurant, and a roof terrace with kid's plunge pool. Rooms are either cabins (based on Le Corbusier's monastic cell he studied while designing the La Tourette Monastery) and more luxurious rooms with en-suite bathrooms and TV's. Some rooms have balconies and/or sea views.
✅Free Wi-Fi in rooms
• 21 rooms
The DNA: Le Corbusier once famously said that a house was "a machine for living in" and the machine Unité d'Habitation most resembles is an ocean liner. Up on the roof, where the nautical similarity is most marked, are the most beautiful air vents known to man, plus a pool, kindergarten and gym, all still functioning. Le Corbusier would be happy to know that the building is fulfilling its original purpose - as well as becoming a site of architectural pilgrimage, it remains a place where people live and work. The third-floor walkway - originally meant as one of the building's shopping "streets" - features a restaurant (run by the hotel), a grocers, and a modernism-themed bookshop and furniture store.
✅Free public parking.
• Velodrome: 9-minute walk
• Rond-Point du Prado Metro Station: 1.1 km
• Prado beaches: 2.1 km
• Marseille city centre: 4 km
• Marseille Airport: 24.5 km
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