I stayed here for 8 nights with my husband in the middle of June 2011. We paid a cheap price for staying in the hotel and because of this were not expecting too much. However we feel it was very good value for the money. Although parts of the hotel look a little tired, the bedroom was clean and kept that way throughout our stay. We had a room with a balcony overlooking the nice, good sized pool. Each morning a small army of cleaners cleaned the area around the pool and deckchair areas and the rest of the hotel was kept very clean. We spent a couple of days by the pool (because we were a tad tired from all the walking we did!),and saw that there were always spare deck chairs to lie on. The pool was great, apart from a rubber dingy that was really to big for the size of the pool that was being used by some children and it did bump into a few people in the pool. The room was quite basic, but clean. The shower worked well,although the water was sometimes a little cool. However a welcome relief after a very hot day in the sun. There did seem to be of a restriction on the number of toilet rolls left in the bathroom. A bit of an inconvenience if you have a bit of a funny tummy. However we managed to source some from the toilets near the reception! The breakfast items varied depending on the time visited. Breakfast was available between 7am and 10am and we visited it somedays just after 7 (due to going on trips), and others as late as 9.30am. On the whole, there was a good choice of food - croissants, cheese, ham, eggs, pancakes (made while you wait), cereals (on occasion), fresh fruit and orange juice. The staff we encountered were friendly and helpful. The hotel is quite a distance from the medina, but we just walked everywhere, although you could get a taxi quite easily from outside the hotel as we usually got asked if we wanted one. There is a cash point just outside the hotel on the main road (just to the left of the hotel) and a supermarket about 15 minutes walk away, towards the railway station. Although the hotel is on a main road, when sitting by the pool, it is very relaxing, with lovely gardens and you soon forget the tooting of horns and manic traffic, which is the norm in Morrocco. Overall we enjoyed our stay at the Hotel Amine. For someone who doesn't mind staying on the outskirts of Marrakech and are on a budget - the Hotel Amine would be ideal.
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