Nestled on a quiet side street in walking distance to a number of restaurants. The staff were all very friendly and the hotel itself was clean with a great deal of charm and coziness. Breakfast was served each morning. Not the chain hotel experience at all.
The only two things I would point out are, 1) be sure to get the map from the hotel before you go as it's extremely difficult to find otherwise (yes, it's on a street in town with homes, but took our cab driver quite a while to find the address as we didn't have the map), and, 2) while this goes for Morocco in general, it is very helpful to speak either French or Arabic when visiting as the owner and most of the staff do not speak much or any English.
In summary: A very good choice for people who want a place with some personality.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Close to the Majorelle garden, a street, lined with orange trees, leads you to the Villa Bleue. This artist-owned villa offers you a magnificent stay and an enriching cultural and human experience. The shimmering water, the lemon trees, the doves, the painting and drawings on the walls... a longing to varied sensation! From the patio to the lounges, from the terrace roof to the hammam, everything accounts for a keen choice of colors, materials and objects. ... more less
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