This hotel is situated on a busy road where cars toot their horns ALL night, we were woken at 6am every morning by coaches tooting and people shouting!! The breakfast was awful and consisted of bread olives tomatoes cucumber and Madeira cake! No toast and no cereal. Dinner was a choice of three things from the menu and they bring you bread and olives while you wait, I had to go and be sick one day when I realised the olives are from other people's plates as I put a stone in my mouth and when I looked there were lots of stones on the plate. Staff allow guest to smoke whilst sitting around the pool and leave the buts around the pool which I thought was disgusting as they fall into the water. When I complained to reception about this the man just said "it's not my problem" the attitude of the staff sucks tbh. The pool is very small and I didn't see it get cleaned during my weeks stay and it is very noisy as it looks over a petrol station where there is lots of shouting and fighting. This was not a relaxing holiday at all and you have to be careful not to get ripped off, the Atlas Mountains are worth a visit but be careful of the guides who take you up then demand €50! You can go for less with the hotel and the guide costs €2 we learned the hard way. Some of the locals just want to rip you off and it is best to ignore them, no problems going through the airport but you do have to fill in a little white card when you arrive and when you leave. I would consider going to Marakesh again but I would not stay in this hotel the only good thing about it is the free WI FI in the lounge but they do allow smoking in there so not good if you are with children. There is also a shop next door where you can buy just about anything you want other than that my advise would be to avoid. Rooms are pretty clean so if you just want a bed for a couple of nights then take some ear plugs and enjoy.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Opposite the city Ramparts and overlooking the Atlas Mountains, the Ryad Mogador Marrakech features an outdoor swimming pool and air-conditioned rooms. It is located in Marrakesh's Medina district. The Mogador Marrakech has a restaurant serving both international and traditional Moroccan cuisine. The pool-side snack bar serves Italian food and local specialities. Guests can also enjoy a mint tea in the Tamuziga tea room. Each guest room at the Ryad Mogador includes satellite TV and a private bathroom, and room service is available. Free Wi-Fi is accessible in the hotel's common areas. With a 24-hour reception, the hotel also provides currency exchange, car hire and a babysitting service upon request. The hotel is located a 5-minute walk from the Majorelle Gardens and a 10-minute walk from Jamaa El Fna Square. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ryad Mogador Marrakech
- Riad Mogador
- Ryad Mogador Hotel Marrakech