Upon arrival this looked like a good hotel. Checking in gave a first taste of troubles, took forever. The vast hallways have seen better times, many of the public area shops are closed or abandoned. Entering my room I figured the service staff had forgotten to replenish towels in the bathroom. Next, we are talking Marrakesh here, the room was overheated to an extend ... It was November, but not really cold outside. So, first half hour was spend aerating the room. I would not have liked to leave the window open while gone to the famous market place ... I had my doubts about hotel safety. Next morning breakfast buffet really made the downgrade to two stars: My colleague pointed to a just abandoned table besides ours. A family had just left. Service staff came funnelled the left over onto the protection cloth underneath the table cloth, then put the tablecloth back on top - hence no real cleaning of tables. Secondly, i like an egg wirh bacon in the morning, accompanied by some toast. Well, you will not believe this: A vast tablet of toast (plain white). When approaching I figure gree spots from a distance. Getting closer, a whole tablet, maybe one by two feet full of moldy toast with distinct green spots all over the entire bread load ... How can a decent hotel put something like this out n the buffet. Even if educational background is very low, where is the management overlooking somerhing like this ... Judge for yourself. A hotel I am not staying at again, ever.
And add a note: Be carefulwith taxis in front of the building arranged by hotel porter. The price charged at the end of the tour is different from what you were told by the porter when he arranged that taxi for you.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Ideally located on the beautiful Mohammed VI avenue, in the city center, near the Medina and just 4 km away from the international airport, Mövenpick Mansour Eddahbi Marrakech, in complete renovation phase, will offer outstanding facilities for meetings, leisure and individual business travelers. Mövenpick Mansour Eddahbi Marrakech will offer 503 rooms and suites and also have many recreational facilities including four swimming pools (one dedicated to children), a spa, a fitness centre, six food and beverage outlets and a nightclub. A dedicated entrance will connect the hotel to the largest convention center of Morocco, the famous Palais des Congrès Marrakech also operated by Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts. Many functional spaces will be offered with more than 5,600 square metres, with 2700 of exhibition halls, two auditoriums up to 1500 pax and many break-out rooms. The hotel will open in September 2016. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Mansour Eddahbi - Palais Des Congres Hotel Marrakech
- Hotel Mansour Eddahbi