My friend and I (two girls ages 18 and 19) stayed here for 3 nights. We had a twin room on the ground floor right next to reception. At first, we were worried about this not being safe as the front door was open to all till very late, but was fine. The male owner is very accommodating, meeting us in the city from our transfer and dealing with any unwanted male attention for us!
No breakfast, drinks or meals, but we used the hotel Medina over the road for breakfast (about £1.50 for omelette, bread and drinks.) We used the Jnane Mogador Hotel 2 down from ours every night for dinner (2 courses and drinks for about £7.) We also used the Hammam here one evening and would highly recommend as something you NEED to do when in Marrakech!
Hotel Aday is very near to the main square... about a 3 min walk through an alley and then a small souk. However, it is very quiet and could get a god night sleep. Would suggest that you try and get a room on the ground floor though as was very cool, particularly at night.
Would definitely stay here again... especially as it came to about £4.50 a night!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Family Home Into a small hotel for budget traveler IS aproximite Jammaa lafna space, The souk of Marrakech and beyond hestorique Majority of monuments of the City ideal for Young Students Showers are free and collective The rooms are Situated around a small patio architechtural complying traditon ... more less
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