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Assounfou Apart-Hotel
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Reviewed 5 August 2013

Revisited Marrakesh in May this year with a friend for 6 days. Chose this hotel due to visiting the Sahara for a few days so it was a place to dump our luggage while we were on trips. If you have never been to Morocco before then this may not be the hotel for you. The apartments are certainly for the well travelled or Moroccan families and is MAINLY a base. We had a 2 bed apartment on the 3rd floor. Comes with Kitchenette, bathroom (shower only) living area and a bedroom with balcony with 2 single beds. Kitchenette was provide with all that you needed, including a fridge and worktop cooker . There is a café by reception. There is also a swimming pool at the back of the apartments. The apartments are in the new French section of Marrakesh, with 2 fast food chains 3 streets down and a nice shopping complex i.e. Zara and a selection of nice restarants . The only problem I encountered , on arrival the receptionist/clerk did not ask for hotel payment and after the fourth day I requested that I pay for the apartment due to not wanting any extras to be added onto the bill, they quite happily arranged this. I have travelled through several African countries and had never experienced this before. At the moment there is construction across from the apartments but this did not disturb us but unfortunately the view was not very pleasant.
The apartments were always clean and are supplied with toiletries and towels , the staff were pleasant. This is an African country and for the price and situation of the apartments it was an ideal place to stay but do not have high expectations.
I have rebooked at this hotel/apartment for later this year.

Room Tip: Apartments facing the swimming pool are quitter but are also the 4 person apartments but only get late sun. Third floor upwards are good due to not hearing noise from the café.The apartments at the front get morning sun but at the moment the view is of a construction site.
  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 27 May 2013

I traveled and stayed at the Hotel Assounfou for 3 nights. The hotel was able to provide an airport pick up service which was very helpful. The hotel is in the Gueliz area of the city which is very modern and has many upscale shops and restaurants with local and western food. It is very conveniently located for getting around the city. The room was very nice. There was a large sitting area, a bedroom with 2 twin beds and a bathroom. There was a television that did get some channels in English.

There is a small pool and a restaurant attached. You must ask the hotel staff to turn on your air conditioning for you. We would have it turned on when we returned in the evenings and then it would be turned off sometime while we were asleep so the room would begin to get hot again by morning. The air conditioner was amazing though as I traveled there in July and the temperature was over 50 C!

The hotel staff was professional but not the most friendly.

I would recommend this hotel for someone looking for nice accomodation in a safe area with a tighter budget.

  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled with friends
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Thank C P
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Reviewed 6 May 2013

Stayed for a week in April 2013 with the whole family in a number of rooms. Staff were friendly and helpful, although sometimes struggled to understand our English but that's to be expected! The hotel was in a good location, close to shops and supermarkets and just a 15 minute walk from the Jemaa el-Fnaa square. The rooms were fantastic with plenty of seating so we could all sit in one room and chat etc on an evening. The cooking facilities were just two hobs a sink and a fridge but were great for making a quick snack or cup of tea. The shower wasn't fantastic but didn't cause any issues. The only issue we had was the pool which was in the shade for the majority of the day and therefore didn't heat up!

Room Tip: The rooms at the back could hear the pool being constantly filled up, not a major annoyance but maybe something to bear in mind!
  • Stayed: April 2013, travelled with family
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Reviewed 5 May 2013

Just got back from a 4 night stay at the Assounfou Hotel. Having seen the pics on the internet I'm beginning to think I stayed somewhere else.
Bathroom tiny, shower with poor drainage, sink no plug and mirror that was not cleaned all the time we were there.
Curtain was halfway off the track and never dealt with, balcony which looked onto a building site and had very old and dirty furniture, air conditioning which didn't work, room over the cafe so you had about an hour per night listening as the staff dragged chairs across the floor.
Breakfast was basic to say the least. The same thing every day with no choice given and food hygiene a thing not yet reach there!
The fact that there appears to be a pool is something that I have only just realised as this was never mentioned by the reception staff and no signs pointed you to it.
The only saving grace was the location.
If you think this is made up I have pics!!!

  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled with friends
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Thank D S
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Reviewed 9 February 2013 via mobile

Stayed here for a whole week in jan 2013. Hotel is 2 streets away from centre of town (near Zara store)... It has a restaurant plus across the road a laundromat and few other shops.. Marrakesh plaza is also few meters away so all food options are at reach. Rooms are perfect size and beds and decor are good. One issue is the restaurant downstairs where sometimes furniture been moved at night causes a bit of noise but it didn't bother me and I was on the first floor. Staff are accommodating but keep in mind that check in is at 12pm so make arrangements if you come early or after 8pm.. Parking is almost impossible so be warned you might not get any. Will definitely be back end of this year again and stay in this hotel

  • Stayed: January 2013
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