The worst hostel experience I have had by far.
After a massive parade of a welcome we were told to pay the exact sum of money by the owner Mohammed owed as he refused to give us change. Due to his hurried tone we had to break change with fellow travellers and soon learnt by his moodiness to always have exact change and to pay every morning. Following having money missing from our wallets we decided to place a camera watching our room, we returned the next day to find that the memory card had been stolen from the camera. Upon confronting the owner making him aware that somebody was stealing from his hostel he threw a fit of rage and started to turn over beds to "help" us look for the memory card in the exact location we'd hidden the camera (we hadn't made him aware of it) he then bought out his staff and told us that we were accusing them. The next day he informed us that a couple had stolen and swiped the card.
Managed to recover the files and there is a video of the owner Mohammed routing through our belongings. Such a disgrace.
Besides the location is a far walk out of the soug and it had a constant smell of sewerage. Breakfast was nice though
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- Welcome to Hostel Nari-Nari Marrakech; a hippy haven next to Place D'Jeema el Fna. If you want to learn about Moroccan life, cook a tagine, have an Arabic lesson, have a yoga lesson against the backdrop of an African sunset, or simply want to hang out in the lounge - a shisha in one hand, glass of tea in the other - Nari-Nari's may be your place of choice. Come and stay for a while! ... more less
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