Moroccan hosts booked La Capitale for me. At € 65 per night including taxes and breakfast for a single room, it has a few clear pros and cons. Though the first 2 cons listed below did bother me, I also appreciated all the pros and I ended up staying at La Capitale as planned for 6 nights.
- new and modern
- adequately sized room # 302 (though no terrace with flowers as in room # 501 described elsewhere, just a small balcony facing north)
- friendly staff
- quiet (though close to tramway which can be heared in the distance)
- good and quiet airco/heating system
- centrally located: walking distance from tramway, central railway station, medina
- big flat screen tv
- small but modern bathroom with good shower
- free in-room wifi
- breakfast is very basic but upon request I got omelet, delicious fresh orange juice and espresso the way I would only expect it in Italy at no extra charge
- limited but tasty and affordable in-house dining
- very prompt room service
- no in-room safe to stow your documents or valuables
- no hot water between 10am and 6pm so you need to plan your showers well!
- in-room wifi dropped regularly during the day, though this could be due to my laptop having ideas of its own; wifi is available in reception area at all times, however, it is not possible to simultaneously charge your computer in that area
- walls between rooms do not completely sound-proof so depending on other guests there will (not) be noises audible from neighboring rooms
- no tourist info available at reception though staff is helpful and courteous
- general hotel areas lack a bit in atmosphere
- limited number of tv channels
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