We stayed here in Septmeber, Was not so busy in the hotel so we were able to look at most of the rooms and pick the best one. Great service, we only stayed one night and paid £15-16. The room was the nicest one. Beautifully decorated, with a four posted bed, moroccan themed. The shower room was small, but did the job!
The room made up for that. Beautiful view over the bust market streets, lovely traditonal shutter style windows. Was very quiet at night, the market, shops and resturants close at 10pm. only the odd one or two open. So only thing to do is go for a stroll along the sea front!
Great location, just down the road fresh fish bars. You get to see whats on offer before you commit to buying. A few nice resturants down the road and cafes, serving tradional moroccan food. we went to a nice one, forgot its name, but very close to the hotel. Served many moroccan tagines and lovely salads. We told them we were on honey moon so they gave us loads of salad side dishes free and free drinks!
We didnt eat at the hotel and had breakfast out. You can buy coffee, cold drinks and continental breakfast/ moroccan breakfast pretty cheap in the small cafes down the street.
Beautiful town, reccomend at least 2nights here. I didnt get to see everything. There are far much nicer hotels. But if you just need a place to sleep and chill out this place is great and good value for money.
If you want all the mod coms of a western hotel there are larger hotels, on the sea front. That are not personal, and way over priced.
One negative the water was only warm, and we couldnt get hot water in our room. Was ok as it was summer and boiling out.
So much to explore in one day, so next time i go will be 2nights!
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