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Reviewed 12 November 2017 via mobile

Had a fantastic stay at the hotel. Our room had a balcony and separate living room which made a huge difference. We didn't feel as enclosed when your only in one room. Only downside was the hot plate wasn't working so we couldnt make our morning morrocan mint tea but the restaurant downstairs supplied tea so no drama. For value you can't really get any better.

Date of stay: October 2017
Trip type: Travelled with friends
1  Thank geordie_travel1234
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Reviewed 19 July 2017 via mobile

Nice hotel with great services provided by the guys employed. It was both my pressure and family having travelled to that hotel we enjoyed alot and I wish to go back to another day maybe with my own kids

Date of stay: July 2017
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank James K
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Reviewed 21 May 2016

While the hotel is not exactly in the old medina, which many tourists prefer, it does have a great location near the Fena Square and other main attractions. I stayed in it twice, and there isn't much to complain about except the noise. Make sure that your room overlooks the swimming pool and not the street, or otherwise, you will wake up from your sleep many times by people fighting in this busy street. Staff are extremely polite and helpful.

Room tip: Rooms overlooking the swimming pool can be a better option.
Date of stay: May 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled solo
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1  Thank Lina S
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Reviewed 4 April 2016

A bit tired but very friendly staff who go out of their way to be helpful. Comfortable , firm bed. Nice clean sheets with bolster and additional pillows. Clean towels every day . We didn't use it to cook but electric hob, pots,crockery and cutlery all provided. Fridge handy for water and juice. Breakfast very nice and very typical. Boiled eggs, preserves and cheese . Variety of freshly made local bread, choc au pain and sweet traditional pastries, , Freshly squeezed orange juice and a choice of coffees, milk or teas. Waiters are lovely and can't do enough for you.
Across the road is a non touristy local market where we found the people extremely friendly , non pushy and welcoming. Wish them a good morning and be friendly and they will return it in spades. Excellent position to walk down to the hubbub of the central square and the noisy, bustling souks. Took us a gentle stroll of about 15 mins , depending on stops to look in the parks on the main Mohammed 6 th road. Plenty choices of restaurants on the way down but more expensive than on the back streets or stalls on the square. We preferred being located here as the medina is very busy and noisy. Found this the best of both worlds. Has a small pool and a Would base ourselves in this area again.

Room tip: Front rooms have balconies . Back rooms are quieter
Date of stay: March 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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2  Thank LyndaBR
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Reviewed 4 April 2016

We booked the hotel as part of a package with Easyjet & took the 'Superior Option' and got exactly what it "Said on the Tin". Top floor apartment 506, double + single bed in bedroom with it own A/C, lounge with 2 sofa's + own A/C and cooking area with double rings, fridge & sink & extractor and enough of everything to make & serve a meal for 4, Shower, toilet , bidet and large wash basin. & hair dryer . In the hall way double wardrobe. Safe [10dh per day, about 70p]. Large balcony with chairs & table with a view to the Atlas Mountains & Koutoubia Mosque. Apartment was cleaned every day and soap , toilet paper & shampoo was replenished as necessary, Sheets & towels were changed every second day. Breakfast was better than the 'Continental' listed where you got Hot drink of choice, glass of Fresh orange prepared while you wait, Plain roll, chocolate croissant, sweet bun, hard boiled egg [you could ask for it soft] , butter & preserves and it filled you up for the day and was served in the restaurant attached to the hotel. It also has an 'Unheated' small outdoor swimming pool open to both sexes, & massage parlor for females only. Good sized reception area & 24/7 desk staff who spoke some English [French is the 1st language] but were always very friendly & helpful and when we found the plug for the wash hand basin was missing with the use of a quick drawing was replaced in under 10 minutes. Yes decor is looking a bit tired, but it is only rated 3* and bed was clean & comfortable and gave you a good nights sleep.
Location could not be better situated in the 'New' French Quarter just behind the very upmarket 'Place du16 Novembre' with its very upmarket shops, restaurants & hotels and large open Plaza which makes finding your way back at night very easy as it is part of the 'Avenue Mohammed V' which is the main road that takes you down to 'Place Jemaa El Fna' which even with an artificial knee I could walk in under 30 minutes. Following the Avenue the other way north would take you through what you would describe as the 'Oxford Street' of Marrakech with lots designer shops & shopping malls interspersed with the likes of H&M. Directly across the road from the hotels is the Marche Central , outside lots of wonderful flower stalls, but go inside and you can buy everything with lots of fresh fruit , meat & fish kiosks, Artisan tailors, leather, wood & metal workers making & selling their wonderful products at about 25% of what you will be expected to pay at the main market at Jemaa El Fna and without all the 'Hassle' and there is also an 'Alcohol' Kiosk selling both local & European wines, beers & spirits at about UK prices which is a good deal in a supposedly 'Dry Country' . There are aslo some great & reasonably priced cafe's and restaurants surrounding and with a few minutes walk from the hotel Eveil des Sens our favorite which is verging on Michelin * for food , presentation & service with a set 3 course menu at 75dh [about £6] as well as only slightly more expensive Al a carte. and the indoor seating section is non-Smoking a rare thing in Morocco.
So overall we loved it, and would go back and stay there again.

Room tip: We had apartment 506 which was top flat to the front with views to the Atlas Mountains from the balcony
Date of stay: March 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank MikeBR
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