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I wouldn't recommend this hotel.
very poor standard.
The bathroom didn't look as if it has been cleaned any time recently. I even found public hair in the bath!!!! Very poor standard of cleanliness.
Staff completely uninterested. Very very poor service.
They obviously have only...More
I stayed here before and after a hiking trip in the Atlas mountains. Air conditioning did not work on two occasions other than that rooms ok but a little tatty. Quite a bit of road noise. Shower had seen better times. Breakfast uninspired for a...More
This was an ok place to stay, about 15-20 mins walk from Jemaa El Fna (far too long when the temperature reached 40C). Half the staff was very friendly, like the young people in the reception and the bell-man and washing lady, but the rest...More
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
US$32 - US$56 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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It states on the booking com info that at this hotel couples may be asked to provide a marriage certificate when booking in. Have any other couples staying at this hotel experienced this. Me and my boyfriend have stayed in Marrakesh before and we have never come across this. Thank you
18 May 2017|
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Response from Erika S | Reviewed this property |
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))