it's lovely to stay in Essaouira in a house in a local street rather than a riad on the main strip. The house is quirky, the owners lovely (who do great charity work in the town) and there is 'onsite' support from Niama, the housekeeper and Hakim who runs the owner's gallery downstairs. They'll both go over and above the call of duty to help. We traveled with two children (7 & 10) who soon made friends with the local children. I could keep writing accolades but wouldn't know where to stop. We'll be back.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Dar 91 is light, airy and comfortable. It fuses old and new Moroccan and European styles, but without being slavish to any particular "look" or period. Unlike many Moroccan properties let out to tourists, Dar 91 does not feature a central courtyard - which can be a big advantage if you value your privacy, as you won't be sharing your apartment or roof terrace with other guests. We give a minimum of 10% of our profits to Project 91, our charity to help local young people improve their skills and find work. ... more less
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