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Not very clean but nut very dirty, staff is notvery friendly but not very unfriendly as well... Breakfast is forgetable. At least cheap...If you use a hotel only for sleeping it is ok. Anyway you will spend your time in the city which is amazing...More
We stayed pre and post a trekking holiday in the High Atlas mountains. From the outside and entering the reception area the hotel is everything what could wish for. The staff were courteous and couldn't be more helpful. The coffee shop and restaurant area were...More
I stayed with an organised tour, so not sure of the price. The bed was comfortable, the room was dark. The door onto the balcony didn't lock and when I asked the porter about it, he reassured me that none of the doors lock...
Stayed here 4 nights in two separate trips. Hotel is close to medina and has a nice patio with pool (not heated). Rooms were clean and large enough. Elevator a bit wonky (had to play with the button to get it to work on 5th...More
Stayed at this hotel on arrival and at the end of a tour of Morocco.
It's definitely seen better days and is rather tatty and not particularly clean.
It's about a 20 minute walk to the main square and the Koutoubia Mosque but that's about...More
US$ 37 - US$ 61 (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))