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Reviewed November 23, 2012

This has been the best experience I have ever had while staying at a hostel. Malik and Mohamed are both amazing and stop at nothing to make their guests comfortable and happy. Malik went out of his way and made sure to accommodate us when we wanted to switch rooms late at night, made sure that we felt comfortable walking around the medinas and even went out to buy us stuff to take back home when we were unsure where to find them. An overall humbling experience. Sweet people who aim to please their customers always. If you are looking for good service and to be treated like family, make sure you stay at the riad.

-Mileidy-

  • Stayed: November 2012
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Reviewed November 23, 2012

Very friendly and helpful staff, and great atmosphere. We booked the day of coming, no problem, and also had to change our booking the day of by phone, also no problem.

The hostel is a shock of colors, and has lots of places to just hang out. Great location in the medina too.

  • Stayed: November 2012, traveled with friends
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Reviewed November 23, 2012 via mobile

Atmosphere and character of the place was fantastic. Rooms are basic but good value for money.
Rooftop beds were extremely cheap and nice to have the option to sleep outside on warmer nights.
Tea and shishas made fresh by staff at any time of day or night add to the social atmosphere of the riad.

  • Stayed: October 2012
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Reviewed November 13, 2012

Submitted by Meg E, 13/11/12
After reading all the great reviews I was sure we had opted for a good hostel for our 2 nights stay.
Location is great and the staff too were very helpful, and sorted out our problems when they arose, so that was great.
However I feel that the problems we had should never have arisen in the first place, and need to be addressed.
In the first room we stayed, the sheets were very noticeably dirty on all the beds - dirty grit and hairs in all of the beds. These were changed promptly, however was not the best start for our stay, as we worried what else hadn't be cleaned. Our room was located on the roof terrace. I had read this was a social space and concerned about getting a good nights sleep (as we had travelled a lot that day and needed a good sleep) I asked our host whether it would be noisy and night time and was ASSURED that at this time of year no-one goes up there as its too cold and there would be NO NOISE.
So after a few reservations we were happy with our room. However, it was the WORST nights sleep i have had in a very long time, and i have stayed in many hostels on my travels. We had booked a private room to ensure privacy and a good nights sleep, yet we were kept awake until gone 1am by guests on the roof terrace, despite being assured by the host that it would be quiet. I did get up and ask the other guests if they could keep the noise down, but it didnt help much as the great big hole above the door provides no sound proofing. And ther was a lot of coming and going noise as well as chattering. The light from the terrace also shines directly into the room and there being no window or even a curtain over the door meant that the light also shone straight in. I tried turning it off a couple of times, but it kept getting switched on by guests on the terrace. We also had someone trying to get into our room in the middle of the night, which was a scary experience. Not the hostels fault, but didnt make us feel very safe.

After the fiasco of the noise of the first night, we asked immediately in the morning to switch rooms. Again we had to have the sheets changed, as again, they clearly hadnt been changed. This room was better, except for the fact the key was missing to the door so we were given a padlock - fine for when we were out, but at night we had no way of locking the door, which after the previous night of someone trying to get in, made us feel very wary.
My friend also came down with bed bugs, which we couldnt speak to the staff at the time as we were not aware she had them as the sores did not develop until a few hours after we had left.

As i said, location, staff...all great, just let down by cleanliness re bed linen and a really terrible nights sleep, despite the assurance of the host. Which was very disappointing. I would have preferred him to say honestly that there may be noise up there, rather than make false promises, as i genuinely believed that he knew that there would be no noise up there, and had we known we would have asked for another room in the first place.
I suggest blocking in the great big hole above the door of the room on the roof...it would make for a much more peaceful and uninterrupted nights sleep for future guests.

Room Tip: avoid the roof terrace, unless you don't actually want to sleep
  • Stayed: November 2012, traveled with friends
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Reviewed November 12, 2012

This hostel was my first hostel experience, and will forever be my best. We got lost getting there, as you're supposed to turn at the SECOND arch, but once we found it, it was paradise. Ali is the sweetest man, who will book you anything, make you shisha or mint tea. The main space was super social, and it was nice to lounge (or coch, as our British friends taught us) and escape the heat there. The rooftop terrace was incredible, and we slept out there one night. Waking up to the call to prayer was amazing. Free breakfast and rates were very cheap. I highly recommend this place.

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled with friends
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