Standing right opposite the Mediterranean, between the Saint-Louis lighthouse and the Théâtre de la Mer, the Hôtel Port Marine offers the perfect base for exploring not only the town but the whole of the Thau archipelago. Walk along the waterfront to get to the town centre and follow the famous canals which criss-cross Sète and give it the unique ambiance of a traditional seaport. As you wander along you might come across one of the many street-art works which decorate the streets.
If you fancy spending a bit of time lazing around under the blue of the Mediterranean sky then the hotel’s garden is right there on the patio behind reception for a bit of peace and quiet, so you can get away from the urban hustle and bustle. The large terrace on the fourth floor and its little swimming pool give you the Mediterranean (freely accessible from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.) is the perfect place to enjoy looking out at the sea and the horizon. So spend a little time in the cool air, take a break in a deckchair or enjoy a gourmet breakfast with a panoramic view.
The Hôtel Port Marine has been awarded the Accueil Vélo (bicycle-friendly) label.
Then leave your car at the hotel car park and rent a bike from our partner, just a stone's throw away.
A map (available at the hotel reception) has been specially designed to show you a fresh way of getting around the town
which is particularly well-suited to two-wheel travel.You can explorie all its charms at your own pace.
In the evening you can enjoy a ride starting from our hotel, then along the waterside and onto the Corniche de Sète.
A dedicated garage and storage rack are available, along with a repair kit, and you can also hire a bike from our partner, a stone's throw from the hotel
For sixty years now, the Lormand family, with Guy Lormand - the founder of the Lido – at the helm, have been welcoming guests and helping them to enjoy their holidays as much as possible. The very essence of our family business is based on the simple idea of giving you the kind of reception we’d like to be given if we were the guests, with high standards, attention to detail and the kind of personalised services that are only to be found in smaller hotels.