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Explore our conference venues in Marseille

Host your next business meeting or conference in Marseille

Marseille has rapidly grown as a business events destination in recent years, thanks to impressive conference facilities and ongoing investment in its tourism infrastructure. A gateway to the Mediterranean, this port city has a unique historical and natural heritage. Combined with an idyllic climate, great ease of access, and expertise in economic, academic, and scientific fields, such as healthcare and the digital and creative industries, it is a great destination for conferences and congresses. Event organizers are spoiled for choice with a wide range of conference hotels and meeting venues in Marseille, catering for everything from small meetings to large-scale conventions, while its location makes it a natural and cultural haven for planning fun-filled activities and team building.

Perfectly located for both international and domestic business events

As the third busiest airport in France, Marseille-Provence International Airport is a well-connected hub for international meetings and events. The airport offers scheduled flights to 116 destinations, including daily flights to major European cities, such as Paris, London, Madrid, Rome, and Frankfurt, as well as direct connections to several long-haul destinations in Canada, the Middle East, the Indian Ocean, and Africa. The best way to get around Marseille is on foot since most of the neighborhoods are pedestrian-friendly and easy to navigate. However, the metro and tram lines are also fast, affordable, and efficient.

Things to do with your group

  • Explore Marseille’s immense historic harbor, Le Vieux Port. With more than 2000 years of history, the port is surrounded by historical buildings from the 18th century and older.
  • Kayak or cruise through the Calanques, a set of scenic white limestone cliffs surrounded by clear blue waters in the southern and eastern parts of Marseille.
  • Take a walking tour or treasure hunt through Le Panier (the old town). Meet local artisans and discover their products, such as olive oil, soap, tapenade, ceramics, and more.
  • Visit the Palais Longchamp, an impressive monument built in 1869, best known for its magnificent fountain, colonnades, museums, and gardens.
  • Go island-hopping for the day and make sure to include a visit to the famed Chateau d'If, the 16th-century prison island immortalized in The Count of Monte Cristo.

Our venues in Marseille

Radisson Blu Hotel, Marseille Vieux Port - Swimming Pool

Combining comfort and contemporary design, this four-star hotel is the perfect spot for a romantic getaway in the heart of Marseille.

Experience meetings that are successful for you and the planet

We’re committed to environmental sustainability, which is why we offset the carbon footprint for every event taking place in our hotels at no cost to you.