We were here last october, just for one night. It was our first night in Maroc. We got the big rooms, beautiful, quiet and big!. The villa is situated in a very quiet neighbourhood and if you have your own are all interesting places are in reach. Donot forget to visit the big mosque (little bit expensive) but the outside is interesting to!. You cannot call this hotel a riad, tt is more like a villa, that is how they present themselves also.
The staff was very friendly and the nigthquard was looking after us, we felt very save. The breakfast was great on the outside balcony. One tip: take your one drinkingwater because they charge 4 euro's on a little bottle, that was dissapointing, but that is the only negative thing.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A wonderful 55m2 space, the Jnane Sherazade suite room, blending ancient and modern. Ancient traditions preserved in the original enamelled clay finishes, the decorated woodwork, the angular bathroom, modern comfort provided by the recessed air conditioning units, the insulation and sound-proofing, the state-of-the art fixtures and fitting, the telephones located on the bedside, on the table in the lounge an the bathroom wall. There is also a balcony overlooking the garden. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Riad Jnane Sherazade Casablanca