Best Party Hostels in Marseille

If you are looking for the best hostels to party in Marseille, meet other fellow travellers, with sociable staff and organised events, these are the Party Hostels for you

Marseille is a city famous for outstanding architecture, but the city also offers a dynamic party scene for those looking to have a good time between city tours and sightseeing. The most famous party areas are Cours Julien and Vieux Port, crowded with people for the whole day. After the sun comes down, the city turns into a vibrant place, with plenty of music concerts, DJs performances, and rave parties. Travelling solo or in a group, the hostels we recommend here are the perfect place for those looking to meet other travellers, with a crazy atmosphere and a bunch of organised activities great for guest socialising. Book now and prepare to unleash the fun in Marseille.

What are the Party Hostels in Marseille like?

  • Best Party Hostels in Marseille: Hello Marseille; Vertigo Vieux-Port; Pension Edelweiss Marseille
  • Party hostel style: Fun social hostel
  • Craziness level: fairly crazy
  • Parties on-site: Bar onsite
  • Pub Crawls: Yes

Party hostels in Marseille are great for solo travelers and people looking to meet new friends, but no regular onsite parties are going on. Hostels with on-site bars have a more vibrant atmosphere and special happy hours for guests.

Best Area to Stay in Marseille for Nightlife

Notre Dame du Mont is the best area to stay in for nightlife. Lively streets, lots of bars and clubs, cheap restaurants are all you need as a backpacker who loves to party. Staying in the area means you don't have to spend a lot of money on transport to party. It is perfect for those who love historic districts and amazing views too. There is no hostel right in the area, but there are a lot of them nearby. Here is the best and closest one.

Nightlife in Marseille

Marseille is one of the most beautiful cities in France, with a high reputation among young travellers and millennials. The city has a unique and extraordinary vibes, especially when the sun goes down. With urban and traditional neighbourhoods, side streets and charming squares, you can always discover some hidden gems among the buzzing bars, pubs, lounges, and clubs.

Basic information about nightlife in Marseille:

  • Pubs and clubs closing times:
    • Bars and pubs: Monday to Thursday until Monday to Thursday until 01 am – Weekends until 02 am
    • Clubs: Monday to Thursday until Monday to Thursday until 05am – Friday and Saturday at 06am
  • Average cover charge for clubs: free -15 €
  • Average price of a pint of beer: 4 .50 €
  • Famous neighbourhoods for partying: Joliette; Panier; Notre-Dame-du-Mont
  • Famous events or parties: Marsatac - September

Best Party Areas in Marseille

Party areas are all around the city. They can be found in and out of the city centre, although downtown has certainly the most attractive and crowded vibes.

Party in Panier

The oldest and probably the most beautiful neighbourhood in Marseille. Old buildings and streets are home to amazing local bars and restaurants.

White Rabbit is a cool bar with amazing service, fun atmosphere, and reasonable prices. Nearby you can find a great bar and lounge called Droit Au Fut, where you can enjoy nice views, a wide selection of beers, and wines.

Party in Notre-Dame-du-Mont

Notre-Dame-du-Mont is very popular among hipsters and young people, thanks to the amazing underground but also urban pubs and clubs. Famous Cours Julien street is where you should go first. The street gained high reputation among party-goers thanks to the themed bars, cafes, and restaurants.

Nexus Bar can get pretty wild on weekends when regular karaoke nights and happy hours are on the menu. Just a short walk away, there is the most famous nightclub in the area called Baby Club. The place is open until 6am, and the fun is guaranteed.

Dress codes & age restrictions

The French people prefer original outfits, and they dress according to the place they are going to. Elegant lounges and restaurants require more effort compared to a night out in typical bars and clubs. Dress code also depends on the district you are heading to. So if you are planning to party in Notre-Dame-du-Mont, nice jeans, dresses, and t-shirts are a good option. In case you don’t have any plan and don’t know where you are going to end up, a smart casual look is always a safe option.

Although you might be able to enter a bar or a club if you are 16, you won’t be able to buy alcohol. The legal age for drinking in Marseille is 18 years, and ID checks are common practice. When it comes to the age limit for entering the clubs, the same rule applies to most of the places. However, there are a couple of extravagant clubs with the age limit of 21.