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Not so close but not so far from the city center (2 kilometers from Jemaa el Fna, 500 meters from the railway station), Hotel Agdal is a nice place to stay if you are not looking for a 4* all-inclusive experience. The pool is nice...More
Stayed at Agdal for a week with friends, we had 3 single rooms. My room had near all day sunny balcony overlooking the pool, it was perfect for my needs.
Check in was easy and we got free access to safe in reception, porter took...More
Bad thing: No variety for Breakfast. No WiFi in rooms only in the reception.
Good things: Clean rooms and a good choice for a short trip where you need just a shelter to sleep in Marrakech.
pictures shown on website when booking deceiving. The hotel is in a good location. The managers especially samir helpful and the porter very helpful but the hotel is disappointing. very noisy and not clean
Stayed 2 nights on way to agadir. Hotel is standard and ok for price. Rooms clean but dated. Rooms cleaned everyday. Breakfast is basic, you have to ask for ommelte and english tea othawise u cnt get it. Best rooms are pool side, we got...More
$24 - $142 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from YasLondon | Reviewed this property |
if not too late, there is no such facility in the rooms (or standard rooms anyway). i did find the rooms dark and a little tired but clean. There are nice little cafes opposite where u can get nice tea and coffee and also... More
if not too late, there is no such facility in the rooms (or standard rooms anyway). i did find the rooms dark and a little tired but clean. There are nice little cafes opposite where u can get nice tea and coffee and also the more upmarket ones a little further down. you could take a travel kettle as they have a little fridge in the room and you could easily buy milk from everywhere local as its not in an isolated spot.
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Is there tea and coffee and a kettle in the room or should we take our own and what plugs do we need to take please.
June 15, 2015|
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Response from Sharon D|
Do you get free shampoo and shower gel, towels. We have limited baggage so it's a must? Are there hair dryers in the rooms ?