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We visited this feted hotel for dinner at one of their restaurants - Le Marocain. We were early so went for a drink at the buzzy looking Churchill bar. Or at least we tried..
Their level of service started off badly and didn’t improve. I’ve...More
Extremely long waiting time to get a menucard, to get a drink and to get the bill. I stod up and found a waiter myself after 30 minutes so we could leave this place where we did not feel a bit welcome. Not a very...More
Not much to stay- the stay was perfect. The staff, the food, the facilities, the spa everything was top notch and couldn’t have been better. Go go go go go- you will not regret it for a second. Seriously one of the most beautiful places...More
Absolutely stunning architecture. The gardens, trees and greens are beautifully and carefully manicured. The courtyard is perfection and that pool....#poolgoals. Service was top notch. Great place for relaxing and people watching.
We didn't stay here overnight but we did enjoy the half day pass which...More
Most disappointing hotel experience ever. My hotel room was the smallest one I had ever been in - no place to open my suitcase, except on the bed, but then what? Tiniest bathroom, no place for toiletries. Smallest toilet ever - could not close toilet...More
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I felt safe there as an American woman, at times shopping in the souks with just my 13 yr old daughter. We also had a guide at different points & we're grateful for that at different points when we were within the... More
I felt safe there as an American woman, at times shopping in the souks with just my 13 yr old daughter. We also had a guide at different points & we're grateful for that at different points when we were within the labyrinthine alleys of the Medina, the old city. I didn't feel threatened by terrorist fears & found the Moroccan people, who speak French & Arabic for the most part hospitable & kind. We had a wonderful guide, Youssef Kharroubi, whom I also reviewed for Trip Advisor. I loved it & would go back.