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This hotel is placed in an action setting close to three watering holes with ale and nice ladies..bar petit auberge. bar Samovar. Bar Estrada. In addition there is a plethora of café s with low cost meals. The hotel has two bars for an alcoholic...More
Three of us stayed in Hotel for four nights and yes, it's a little bit dated but we found all staff pleasant and helpful, beds were comfy and rooms cleaned daily with new (white) towels provided every day. Good showers too and a TV for...More
This is without doubt the worst hotel I've ever encountered on all of my travels. Not only is it like walking into a catastrophic 1970's nightmare, the staff are rude and ignorant and seemingly would prefer you weren't there. I checked out less than an...More
We stayed here for a night as we had a train booked for the next morning and this hotel is just a few minutes walk away! The hotel itself is pretty average, it is quiet and has air con, which are the two main things...More
Good hotel, very helpful staff, would definatley return to this hotel, advised where to visit and booked a trip to the Atlas mountains and camel rides . Nothing was too much bother, food in the restaurant was very good and the prices very reasonable.
US$24 - US$42 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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how do you know he got a massive commission from the tour?
ive been travelling around and around and around Morocco trying to write info in forums and helping people have a more real, and enjoyable time getting to know Morocco but i would agree it took a bit of learning the ropes as to how to deal with some of the negatives but theres lots of positives
Sounds like you got a few upsetting things happen unfortunately that then set the scene for a a cascade of unhappinesses - sewage smell is quite common in Moroccan hotels and houses - same in other countries too such as Asia so maybe you are not able to cope with anything that less than perfect standard. Id have recommended other hotels - ive never in my 45 visits or so to Morocco been troubled by traffic noise. including one place i stayed at quite often right next to a mosque with call to prayer loudly in the early hours
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These comments were not posted by me, I believe you have the wrong person.