“One thing is for sure, you’re in the Mediterranean. Order a Bouhka, a Raki, a Pastis or a Gambetta with a side of finely cut Poutargue. These are just some of the delicious ways to escape the turmoil of modern life for a moment and take the time to simply do nothing in this city by the sea. And all the while, Mama will be there for you.
Near the Cours Julien district with its urban art vibe and its mix of concert halls, young fashion designers and sunny terraces, and on the way to the Velodrome Stadium and the Prado beaches, Mama Shelter’s 125 rooms entirely conceived by Philippe Starck are spread over six floors with 5-star bedding and lively interiors. Cool in the summer, Mama’ll keep warm during the rare cold snaps.
The ground floor quickly sets the tone. Next to the live stage, stands a 4-meter long table football game that can be played by 8 to 16 people.
At the restaurant, the long bar and the open kitchen are facing each other with in the middle, long tables where you can share simple and generous meals created by Guy Savoy.
Whether working or playing, sandy from the beach or exhausted from dancing away the night, Mama’s there for you.”