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I recently stayed at Fellah Hotel which I booked through Voyage Prive.
I will go through the numerous complaints one by one from when we arrived.
We arrived early morning after a long trip from London to be greeted and sat in the reception area,...More
Just good design without any care for it.It seems as it is going down the hill.We spent 5 days there while my daughter was turning 5 and my husband got his 50th birthday.Beforehand we had great contact to the hotel and I hoped to have...More
Fellah Hotel has so much potential- I do like the quirky artistic flare of the grounds, the peaceful surroundings and beautiful views BUT....
So many things were not working during our almost week long stay. Initially there was no hot water, then the power went...More
The hotel has great potential. However, the cleanliness needs to be improved a lot. The breakfast was not good, the spa was not working the 2 days we were there and everything in the room needed cleaned. I’m not sure how having the animals woks...More
Its basically a hotel on a working farm, good large rooms excellent wifi lovely swimming pools good service about 25 minutes drive from Marrakech. Its really perfect for kids and about 25 minutes drive from Marrakech, The staff are super helpful and friendly. The restaurant...More
Response from KMAS293732 | Reviewed this property |
Hello, restaurant is fully operational. The place is never busy even if full as it is it built on an extensive land with separate villas. I advise you to rent a car even if hotel can arrange transportation. Especially that... More
Hello, restaurant is fully operational. The place is never busy even if full as it is it built on an extensive land with separate villas. I advise you to rent a car even if hotel can arrange transportation. Especially that surroundings are worth visiting (Oukaimeden, Ourika, Terre d’Amanar, Jardins Majorelle &Yves Saint Laurent Museum, Marrakech itself).
Hope it helps.