Me and my friend went to Essaouira for 3 days before I left Morroco. This is the best riad I've ever stayed. Sue (the owner) was warm and very helpful. She briefed us about the recommended restaurants, hamam, and spas. She also informed us about the normal price for camel riding or any other activities that we can do. Rooms are very clean, thoughtful, and beautiful. They provides a complimentary snack, water, and extra heater in the room. You can even ask for more! They served a great breakfast too! :)
The only downside is that the staff cannot speak English. They are very very helpful though. I cannot speak french but I still can communicate with the staffs during my stay! So it's not really a downside :)
This is definitely something that I will gladly recommend to anyone. You should try!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Lunetoile is a 200 year-old, family home, well-situated in the centre of the ancient, walled, Medina of Essaouira, with a beautiful terrace giving a breath-taking view of the Atlantic ocean, the bay, Diabet in the distance, as well as a lovely panoramic view of the rooftops, and streets, of the Medina.This old Moroccan home, with central court-yard, has been lovingly restored by Sue Hunt, a Zimbabwean lady, into a charming B&B / serviced apartments, using traditional building methods and materials ... more less
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