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Rue 8 No 11 - Cite Portugaise 24010 El Jadida Morocco, El Jadida 24010 Morocco
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#10 of 32 B&Bs / Inns in El Jadida
Beautiful XIXth century recently restored medieval Arab style with restaurant in the heart of the Portuguese City proudly presents its battlements and bulwarks face the northern ramparts. The site is classified as World Heritage by UNESCO and allows a stay immersed in the heart of Medina inhabited while enjoying benefits of very good standard.
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Golf course
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After travelling in Morocco for three weeks this was a welcome find. Very easy to locate the Riad and a lovely welcome on arrival. We were over mint tea by then but were cheerfully given coffee instead. This Riad is in a great location for ease of access to everything but dont mistake it for beachfront. Coming from Australia i think i expected to walk out and lie on the beach. Not quite the beach for lying about but we did take the local bus out to Sidi Bouzid which was lovely. Azdin was very accommodating and pointed us in the right direction for the supermarket when he said he had no wine due to Ramadan next week. He happily chilled the wine for us to have on the rooftop. The room was tastefully decorated in Moroccan style and a nice spot to come back to at the end of the day. We were two friends travelling together and have no complaints with the room or shower. Azdin organised for a driver to take us to the airport which was very convenient and at a reduced fee. Enjoy the fresh market across the square, the biggest strawberries ever - its crazy busy but quite an experience.
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Very easy to find in the medina. Such a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. The room was suitable for a solo traveller, very close to the market and town. Great walks around the foreshore and along the fishing piers.
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We stayed one night at Riad Ksar and couldn't have been more happy. Azdine welcomed us warmly and was happy to provide recommendations and advice during our stay. He even physically showed us around the area! Great hotel, lovely rooms, a beautiful terrace and very welcoming staff.
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After spending 4weeks in Morocco... We stayed here for couple of days. The Riad is beautiful and priced okay. The room was quite big, comfortable beds and the rooftop terrace is beautiful. The breakfast is in the rooftop, most of the time, and it’s nice to get some morning sun! There are many restaurants and cafes outside the medina. Oh yeah, and a super busy market too! The guy working in the night is probably the best and only friendly staff here. The surroundings is quiet except for kids playing outside, which is lovely to hear happy kids. But... We arrived in the afternoon. It seemed like we arrived on a very bad timing for the lady in the reception as she was watching a show in the TV. She gave us a very bad impression because of her unfriendliness and tone of voice. She seemed to be irritated. There was no map in the Riad too when we asked for it. She showed us to the door of our room but without showing us around the Riad. There’s a TV in the room, which is a luxury in most riads, and thankful there’s at last 1 English Channel - BBC. There’s no enough hot water in the shower for 2 persons. The water is warm, btw, not hot. There’s also a grinding noise in the toilet that can keep you up unless you turn off the water supply. The bathroom exhaust is placed near the shower head with a wire hanging. It was not the most ideal place to put that! You can say that the renovation was not done properly. The breakfast was okay and changing, but can be improved. Charging €3 for Moroccan pancakes & breads, strictly 1 cup of coffee, 1 glass of orange juice and some jams is quite expensive for Morocco. We paid similar in Ibis and we got better buffet breakfast. There’s a working WiFi but super slow. In our check out day, there was someone in the kitchen at 6am banging things. We heard pans, cups and glasses. It was not like someone accidentally dropped pans or things in the kitchen. It lasted until almost 7am. We were up very early and just wanted to leave the place.
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I had a nice stay here. This riad is located in portugal city and wa can easy to visit there. Owner is so kind, when I stayed this riad, I got stomachache and be in bed. He is kind to me, gave me water, and fruits.
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$28 - $56 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
MoroccoDoukkala-Abda RegionEl Jadida
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