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The room was good sized and clean only stayed one night so it's a good value for money. I would highly recommend it. The staff was very helpful. One small thing is that it can get a little bit noisy at night due to the...More
The breakfast was pretty cool, i liked it but every day almost the same. Staff were helpful, we could arrange some trips like cameltrips in the town, they offered us many many opportunities. The room like on the pictures, more restaurants inside the hotel area,...More
We stayed here for 10 nights in June 2017 and I REALLY wish I'd checked trip advisor before I booked. I was drawn in by the lovely looking photos on Booking.com and the low price tag, but I should have been wary.
Although it was...More
I would have rated this place 0, Faulty Towers is a luxury compared to this place. Considering the Moroccan norms this hotel can not be a 4 stars, everything was disgustingly filthy. the hotel and its staff are is desperate need of a serious revamp....More
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Marrakech is not the ideal holiday location for young children. There is a water park outside the city, but I've not visited it. There is nothing in this hotel for kids and if you read my post about it you'll know why I... More
Marrakech is not the ideal holiday location for young children. There is a water park outside the city, but I've not visited it. There is nothing in this hotel for kids and if you read my post about it you'll know why I wouldn't recommend it at all. There are large hotels with pools etc outside the medina and some beyond the city's borders. They will probably run shuttle buses to town. Of course it depends on the age of your children and what you want for them. Just don't book the imperial holiday!