Its a grand hotel nicely tucked away from the main street of Guliz (i think it was Avenue Mohammed V) the price was pretty decent and what you got in return was worth the money.
The pool, the rooms were clean.
The downside was the receptionist were fussy about taking your own drinks to you own room which i thought was a let down especially when you charge 22 dirhams for a bottle of water when the newagent 30 seconds away charges 5 dirhams.
The wifi only ever worked in the lobby so you see a lot of people their hogging the seats.
My room was given 30 minutes late as the cleaners didnt start till 1300.
10 minutes tops to Medina by taxi or 25minutes walk or take the bus for 4 dirhams, about 3-4 clubs on the road. Two Mcdonalds litrally 5-10minutes walk with out high street retailers near by. Very clean area.
Overall it is a good price if you paid £54.00 a night that is.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Recently built, our four star establishment welcomes you with its typically Moroccan decoration. Its warm lines and colours, mixing Zellige Fassi, marble and mosaics, offer to the traveler a haven of peace, combining oriental charm, great comfort and wellness. The kindness of the personnel welcome you as well as the delicate smell of the mint tea which is offered to you upon your arrival already launches you in a feeling of relaxation. Your stay will be unforgettable. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Diwane Hotel Marrakech