I found the hotel Riad Ajebel as one of the biggest rip off in my 40 years of travelling. Overcrowded rooms with objects leaving barely enough space to move (and we took the second best room).. Situated in the farthest south corner of the Casbah meant long walks to and from the center throughout very small allies or a multitude of taxis. I could not believe that is rated with 5 stars ?!? The attention of the three staff people was the only appreciated part of the stay. and for this I want to thank them. Definitively over priced.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Only a 15-minute walk to Jemaa El Fna Square, Riad Ajebel offers guest accommodation in a typically Moroccan, 11th-century building. A rooftop terrace with sunbeds, a hammam and massage rooms are at guests’ disposal.The air-conditioned, individually themed guest rooms feature local, hand-crafted furniture and free Wi-Fi access. All have a private bathroom with bathtub or shower and traditional berber carpets.A Moroccan breakfast is provided daily at Riad Ajebel and may be enjoyed in the room or on the terrace. ... more less
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