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Just very unhappy and was dreading going to the one in Marrakesh , but pleasantly surprised, that one was much better. I was delighted with all other hotels I stayed at in Morocco so it WAS NOT THAT i MADE A POOR JUDGEMENT JUST THAT...More
Our tour group stayed in this traditional old hotel when we were in Casablanca. To us the color and style seems to be a bit flunky. Different rooms has different color scheme.It is not near any place in interest though. It is clean though. A/c...More
I chose this hotel because of its unusual decor. It certainly is funky! The staff were very nice although we didn't get our wake up call. That's Morocco, lots of staff but no real initiative or organisation. That said the Moroccan people are warm and...More
Place is cute and has a pretty good included breakfast. Rooms are clean and so so. They have decorations that make them unique. Only 1of the 2 elevators work so lots of waiting in the dark because the lights are on a motion sensors. Good...More
Arrived late evening and we were leaving again early morning. We didn't get the "Arabian Nights boudoir" that other reviewers had mentioned so we were slightly disappointed! However, our room was clean and spacious, and decorated in vibrant primary colours with a comfortable cushioned bench...More
$48 - $88 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The hotel is fine, a bit funky, but there is a restaurant right across the street which can be helpful with the small window you have. Though I would second what the other answer said, make sure you check train times as the... More
The hotel is fine, a bit funky, but there is a restaurant right across the street which can be helpful with the small window you have. Though I would second what the other answer said, make sure you check train times as the most inexpensive way to get to the airport would be the train. It may be easier to take a cab, but I would have the hotel set this up for you.
Oh forgot to comment on the Mosque, we walked there and back from the hotel but if you aren't a regular walker you might want to avoid walking. We found it quite an easy walk but commonly do 8-10k walks at home. It is an... More
Oh forgot to comment on the Mosque, we walked there and back from the hotel but if you aren't a regular walker you might want to avoid walking. We found it quite an easy walk but commonly do 8-10k walks at home. It is an easy walk from the train station Casa Port to the hotel if you have a wheeled bag or back pack.