Stayed here during our three day trip to Marrakech in January 2014. The hotel definitely doesn't look like the photos on the website and the rooms were a bit rough around the edges, but overall I can't complain. The staff are all very friendly and helpful, the location is good - 30 minute walk into the medina and nice to escape the craziness at the end of the day, good range of food available for breakfast and lovely outdoor area to soak up some sun and relax by the pool. We made use of the hotel spa and had a traditional hamman which is worth doing at the end of a day in the souks and reasonably priced at 195 MAD. We did find that our pillow cases were damp when we first arrived in our room but this was quickly sorted by housekeeping. Our room was a little noisy on the first night, there must have been some loud people in the reception area as it echoed up and we could hear them, but our second night was much quieter and we slept well.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Recently built, our four star establishment welcomes you with its typically Moroccan decoration. Its warm lines and colours, mixing Zellige Fassi, marble and mosaics, offer to the traveler a haven of peace, combining oriental charm, great comfort and wellness. The kindness of the personnel welcome you as well as the delicate smell of the mint tea which is offered to you upon your arrival already launches you in a feeling of relaxation. Your stay will be unforgettable. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Diwane Hotel Marrakech