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Dar Azaouia
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Reviewed July 24, 2011

I spent three nights at Dar Azaouia this July. I had the single room with en suite bathroom. My room was beautifully decorated, as are all the rooms at this hotel. The hotel could easily be featured in a design magazine. The bed was the most comfortable bed I slept in while in Morocco. One of the high lights of her decor are the outside terraces which are upstairs and provide not only a beautiful view but nice breezes during the summer heat. Caroline, the proprietor, provides a gourmet breakfast. I am gluten intolerant and once she realized that she made me fantastic savory omellettes for breakfast. One thing is you need to let her know when you'd like breakfast because I sat around for a couple of hours one morning being quiet and considerate and when she found out she said you must let me know.
One thing to be aware of, like all riads in Morocco you will hear your neighbors. There is a central I guess you call patio that goes through all three floors and most of the windows of the rooms open to this patio, so you will hear your neighbors doing whatever they are doing. There was a couple there who were clearly in their own lovers paradise and did not seem to care who heard. So ear plugs are recommended.
The only thing that was inconvenient is that you do not have a key for entering and must knock on a door as you do not have the main door key. Again this seems to be fairly standard in Morocco.
This was one of the most beautiful places I stayed in Morocco and Asilah is a real pleasure, It doesn't have the hassled feel of Marrakesh and is much cleaner and feels much more Moroccan.

  • Stayed: July 2011, traveled with family
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9  Thank mray2b1
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Reviewed June 28, 2011

The location is quite good, outside the medina but very very close, the house is finely decorated, the ambience is very homely, and the cooking is incredible! Highly recommended!

  • Stayed: June 2011, traveled as a couple
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7  Thank javieravilagranada
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Reviewed June 21, 2011

We arrived in Asilah after a brief stay in Fez and was totally stunned by the beauty and tranquility of this little coastal town, and Dar Azaouia is part of it! We were lucky enough to be given the top-floor suite during our 2-night stay which came with a huge bathtub and outdoor dining area. Caroline is a fun and energetic host with a passion for interior design (which made her hostel super tasteful). Although the hostel is outside of the medina, it's just a few minutes' easy walk which to me wasn't a problem at all!

Room Tip: Love the rooftop suite!
Stayed: June 2011, traveled with friends
7  Thank jacjac0120
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Reviewed May 11, 2011

After the hustle and bustle of Meknes and Fes it was great to arrive at Dar Aaouia. The town is a great location to relax and enjoy the more laid back side of Morocco. Caroline was a great host and her breakfasts were quiet stunning (homemade jams, local honey, pastries, yoghurts, fresh orange juice, fresh banana and hazelnut smoothies, eggs, bacon etc) . This was the range of amazing breakfasts that we enjoyed on the rooftop terrace during our 5 day stay (extended by 2 days as it was so go). As a host Caroline was excellent supporting our needs and giving us privacy. The room at the top of the riad was excellent with a large comfortable bed and massive two person bath!!
We would certainly recommend this a venue to explore the area and enjoy the experience

  • Stayed: April 2011, traveled as a couple
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8  Thank simoncoventry
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Reviewed March 2, 2011

Dar Azaouia and its owner Caroline and her helpers made our stay in Asilah one that we'll never forget. We are a couple with 2 little children and we spent 3 very memorable nights there. The accomodation feels very homely and Caroline, a very warm and friendly person, did everything to make us feel comfortable - from lighting a cozy fire in the evenings to helping us book a riad in Tangiers to booking a restaurant for my husband's birthday dinner in Asilah to making us scrumptuous breakfasts on the amazing terrace.........and the list goes on. We highly recommend Dar Azaouia and can't wait to go back there soon. Thank you Caroline! Aparna, Madrid.

Stayed: February 2011, traveled with family
6  Thank ChutnifyManager
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