Named after the seventeenth-century archbishop who designed it, the Mazarin area on the left side of Cours Mirabeau is filled with townhouses. Although the area was in the past inhabited exclusively by members of Parliament and the upper middle classes, today it has become a favorite location for haute couture fashion houses such as Agnès B. In the heart of Mazarin, Place des Quatre-Dauphins is home to the fountain from which the square gets its name: an elegant basin surmounted by dolphins in mid-leap. The Cardinal and the Quatre-Dauphins are just two of the many hotels here, in which you're guaranteed a pleasant stay. Close by, Musée Arbaud, is home to one of the biggest collections of Provençal pottery.