I visited Maison du Sud several times like guide with groups from Slovenia. And some times alone, private. Allways i was feeling so so so nice. It is located in the middle of Essauira, medina. Rooms are very clean, very simple and i like that they mostly 2 levels, so you sleep up and read good book down. The staff is very friendly. Breakfast is something special. They make it only for you with all atention!! And when you go out of pension, you are in the middle of life of Essauira!! So cute, so nice, so tender. i like so much Pension du Sud
This riad is vintage with nice amenities. However, it’s very loud at night, with music because they have a restaurant in the first floor for anyone. So the noises echoed up in the room. Nice staff, nice breakfast and clean room.
Very cosy Riad in an excellent location. The Riad is stylisch with typical Design, Lots of artworks exhibited. The Riad also has à Restaurant. Very clean, generous breakfast. Extremely friendly and helpful staff. They are multilingual as well. I had à suite on thé roof top. There you will find longchairs to relax with Sunshine all day Long.
I stayed here for 10 nights in January and it was really first rate. Right in the heart of the Medina and a classic old Riyadh,the room was perfect for me & the whole place has an ancient and elegant feel to it. Can't fault the service; I don't have a sweet tooth for breakfast but they had no problem feeding me olives, eggs, tomatoes & cheese. A special Thank you to the night porter who made me coffee at 5am on leaving day!
A great Riad, formed from two restored 18th century courtyard buildings. Great location in the old town. Brilliant communal lounges, decorated Moroccan-style on the ground floor. Bright, colourful, modern-style paintings eveywhere. I had a single occupancy room with separate sitting room (most room do). Great staff - nothing is too much trouble for Said (pronounced Sayeed), the day-time manager, and the room cleaners are great. Brilliant breakfasts, served at the table. You can also get a very reasonable 3-course evening meal for about £10, though service can be a bit slow. NB there's no bar, and no alcohol is served on the premises. Also a wee bit cold in January, though helped by a portable heater. It must be absolutely fabulous in the Spring, Summer or Autumn. Ps no cars are allowed in the old town, so you have to carry your own luggage between the city walls and the hotel, or hire a "charioteer", ie a man with a handcart.…