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The Hotel Atlas is only 2 minutes from the mythic square Jemaa El Fna, in the heart of the medina of Marrakech and close to most important historical sites of the city, the hotel Atlas designed in the purest traditional moroccan style, with its wide and green two patios, offers you charming rooms with exceptional price/quality starting from a single room to quintuple, the hotel staff will answer any of your requests.Clean rooms, beds are made by hand with wide iron and wooden frames in a purist design moroccan style.The rooms have view onto the Riad's central courtyard with their green plants pots and its Gibson walls and zellige .
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50 Rue Sidi Bouloukate Riad Zitoun lakdim, Marrakech 20000 Morocco
unless if you are completely desperate and about to be on the street, don't go to this place. expensive for having to share toilet and shower with other people, the staff are so rude and very unhelpful. there's a lot of good places around just keep looking and don't waste your money on this one
good location,right next the main square. Its a hostel,do not expect hotel quality! But it has everything you need for a couple of nights. Staff is helpful.definitely a safe place to stay at,and once you r in the building,it’s quiet.
We spent here one night with my friends. A little bit hard to find it but if you ask help it wont be a big deal. The stuff was very helpfull gave us several recommendation. The room and the bed was vey comfortable. It had hot water. The wifi was good. It is very close to the center just a minute walk.
big problem with the hot water. it comes and goes, but mostly there is none running. someone from the group said she got hot water after causing a scandal at the reception. they keep going on about the tank/boiler or something, that it ran out of hot water, not my problem when you have a full hotel. the room was very small, sheets were dingy, couldn't say if they were clean as the lighting was terrible. first night the light fixture failed in the bathroom so we "showered" using our phone lantern. towards the end of the stay they were putting wifi in the rooms but the water was always an issue. very problematic for a tourist running around all day sightseeing to come late at night and not be able to take a quick decent shower. the soap was dodgy and very small, not enough for our room of 3, so maybe bring your own. patios and terrace look great, the rooms are a different kettle of fish. the street from the market to the hotel smelled very badly of urine each evening, so you can imagine...