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This is a reasonable hotel with nice gardens but it only really takes one bad experience to colour that. I went into the swimming pool after the 'free' period (so it's not all inclusive) when I was not aware of the 'free' period as we...More
Stayed a week in this hotel in march,
Food bad, same food everyday, very poor area around hotel. i wouldnt feel safe outside . Staff hit and miss!
the entertainment staff , and cleaning staff very good.
rooms big and clean,
Not a 4* hotel...More
Nothing really bad to say about this hotel, the only point i would make is the location of the hotel in regards to being able to walk out the front of the building.
The food, service and all round attentiveness is something to be desired....More
This hotel was just what we were looking for on this holiday. We wanted to relax and found this perfect in that the accommodation was very comfortable, the staff were excellent, very friendly and helpful and the food was really good and diverse.
Some Tripadvisor reviews often challenge the concept of context and perspective and any previous complaints about this hotel, although subjective, are often grasping at those straws that poke out the hats of the anally retentive travellers amongst us. For what I paid for a week's...More
My wife and I went through about £500, and we were in the all-inclusive Tikida Garden. It really depends on how many trips you go on. Generally, we found Marrakech quite cheap but watch out for the taxi drivers as they they... More
My wife and I went through about £500, and we were in the all-inclusive Tikida Garden. It really depends on how many trips you go on. Generally, we found Marrakech quite cheap but watch out for the taxi drivers as they they will over-price their journeys. Luckily I speak a bit of Arabic and could negotiate. Most journeys around Marrakech will cost between 30 dirham and 50 dirham. If you don't speak any Arabic, and don't know the numbers, use your fingers. PS: the Arabic for "how much" is BIKEM.