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This is supposed to be a 3 star hotel but it is run down & badly needs a makeover. We were offered a room with a 'garden view', which in reality was a bit of waste land where rubbish was being burned! Our toilet didnt...More
Why you would stay here rather than a riad in the centre, I have no idea! We were only here as this is the hotel in which our tour began and ended. Knackered and mostly charmless with some busy roads to cross if you want...More
Only looks le grand from the outside! I have stayed in third world countries at various types of accomodation and I adjust my expectations realistically but there really is no reason for downright laziness and uncleanliness.
The bath tub has probably NEVER been scrubbed..I can...More
The name suggests "Grand". Sadly the hotel is anything but. Great entrance with plenty of space and character but that is where it ends. The hotel is run down and tired. Quite a number of tour companies use this hotel, as did ours. Hence that...More
Stayed here as part of a tour (1 night at beginning and two at end of tour). The rooms were clean and spacious enough; just a little tired looking. The breakfast was basically just a bread roll, a croissant, a boiled egg and some orange...More
USD 38 - USD 60 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hello regarding your question I travelled alone but saw many couples. The problem is if one of you are Moroccan citizyen and the other is not and you are not married.Foreign couples I believe have no problems. I have... More
Hello regarding your question I travelled alone but saw many couples. The problem is if one of you are Moroccan citizyen and the other is not and you are not married.Foreign couples I believe have no problems. I have travelled with my husband before but no one ever asked us to prove we are married. Hope this helps))
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"A bit noisy if your window face the main street. Lot of horses..."