I have been in this hotel several times. In fact, It is clean, right prices, a shower and a rest-room inside the room, confortable. Even receptionists and housse keeping very nice. I will always reserve a room for my stay in Eljadida in this hotel.
This cute hotel is close to the local medina and is a nice change from the business and pushiness of Marrakesh. The room was a good size but the ensuite bathroom was super tiny, making it hard to turn around in but part of the fun. There was hot water but unfortunately you have to let the water run for a long time before it gets hot. We were lucky on the second day the water was hot instantly. The room was clean, which is good for such an old hotel. We stayed on the 3d floor and the room was quiet. Good value for money and the staff are super helpful. One staff member who was off work even came from home to help us get a taxi to the bus station, and he wouldn't accept a tip. El Jadida is a lovely town where you will get more of a 'local' Moroccan experience than the big cities of Casablanca and Marrakesh. All the people we met in the street were so friendly and everyone welcomed us to Morocco. Stay a few days and you will probably only see one or two other tourist.…
I really enjoyed the night I stayed at this hotel, the room was a reasonable size & Ensuite & had hot water which is always a bonus when in Morocco as it is not always the case in some places, the whole hotel was sparkling clean & reasonably priced as well
It is an old hotel in a street close to the medina. Whene we were there, the price was 180dh per night for a double room ensuite (upper floor), while if you are fine with shared toiled and shower, it is even cheaper. Very very good value for money, nothing more of what you can expect for this price, but nothing less. The room was clean. Our bathroom was large, and even if the shower has nothing to close it - it is just in the middle of the bathroom - there was enough space in order not to wet the wc (which is not always the case even in more expensive riad!). The neighboor is all right - try the Laiterie Rif nearby
When I first stayed here in the late 90s it was clean and very simple. That meant that there were 2 lavatories for the whole hotel, one of them Turkish, and one shower on the ground floor. I had a look today. Things have changed. The lovely atrium is still there, but the rooms have showers and lavatories en suite. The rooms even have air conditioning, something that would have been wonderful that summer I stayed there for 5 weeks in the terrible heat. It's in an old section of town, so might be felt as being more "authentic". In any case, it's a good budget option.