We were on a 2 week trip all over Morocco, so my comparative ratings are based on Moroccan experiences. We stayed here 1 night, went to Essaouria, then came back for 2 nights. First night we had a room at the back, at the end of the hall, with extra windows and huge bathroom with a window. Second time we had a room at the front, overlooking entrance - VERY noisy from the street and the entrance. That room had a large rack in the bathroom, handy for laundry and storing things. Each night we had to ask for additional towels to get to the standard 2 bath and 2 hand towels. TV with lots of channels, WiFi best in the lobby. Extensive breakfast buffet, either in the hotel or across the pool in the Palace hotel. Large, beautiful grounds. Very good food in the restaurant (fish tagine was husband's favorite dish in Morocco), but service was a bit haphazard for our group of 14. Great location for walking the neighborhood, park, mosque, restaurants nearby. Very helpful front desk staff.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- An historical institution which opened its door in 1966. Fully renovated in 2005, this 5 star hotel mixes a unique nostalgic style with the latest hi-tech amenities. Top-level services are overseen by a “golden keys” Chief Concierge. Full access to all resort activities: Bars and Restaurants, Spas, Morrocan Diner-Show, Casino de Marrakech, Night Clubbing.Located in the heart of Marrakech, in the “Hivernage” residential area, and surrounded by 20 acres of beautiful gardens. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Es Saadi Marrakech
- Hotel Es Saadi