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Moroccan House Hotel
Ranked #322 of 499 Hotels in Marrakech
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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“Lots of living space”
Reviewed 2 May 2014 via mobile

Nice comfortable room with lot of living (and sitting) space. If you are 2m like me (6ft/6) then the beds are a bit small for you.

The rooms have a luxury look and feel and there's a fridge in every room.

Breakfast is in a luxury Berber like tent on the rooftop of the hotel

Stayed May 2014
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Swansea, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 20 April 2014

I stayed in this hotel for 6 nights in December with some friends. We stayed bed & breakfast and the price was very reasonable.

The room was lovely, 4-poster beds with lace draping all over. There was plenty of selection of foods at breakfast that would suit most peoples taste in food.

The location is perfect and is only a 2-minute walk from lots of restaurant and shops and about a 5-minute walk from the main square.

  • Stayed December 2013, travelled with friends
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Margate, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 9 April 2014

We booked our trip to Marrakech via Direct line holidays.
The holiday was booked as a package holiday.
Direct line booked us a flight with easy jet. Private transfer with A2B transfers and the hotel was the Moroccan house hotel.
We flew out on 22nd of March 2014 for 1 week
The holiday was booked as a birthday treat for my wife and to de-stress as she has an operation booked very soon.
The flight went well and the transfer was waiting for us.
When we got to the hotel we was told to take a seat in the reception area.
After around 10 minuits we was called to the desk to be told that NO RESERVATION was made for us.......Not happy.
After a few minuits the rep arrived and negotiated with the hotel to let us stay untill monday as we could not do anything in UK untill then.
It tookuntill Tuesday to get bthings sorted.
After a few emails back and forth Direct line holidays paid for the remainder of the week.
It appears that a company that Direct line holidays employed to do their hotel bookings did not do their job properly.
As for the Moroccan house hotel.
The staff were absolutely fantastic in helping us with our problem.
It is a lovely hotel and beutifuly decorated by hand on the inside.
Breakfast is taken on the roof terrace in a beutiful tent.
We stayed in room 21 next to the lift but you cannot hear the lift at all.
The hotel is spotless.
When you walk into the foyer look up at the ceiling it is quite impressive.
When venturing out from the hotel at night you will notice a night club to the left and a lot of young people hang around the club and ride up and down the road on scooters.
Some people may find this a little intimidating but they are no trouble and a few even said good evening to us.
If you want to eat out the Lebanese resturant a few doors up was quite nice as was the next resturant along from there although it does practice nouveux cuisine but the food was very nice.
If you book any trips I would recomend the trip to the Atlas mountains. Great views and a good experience.
The Marrakech tour trip is advised as you get to know your way around the town and visit the souks.
The fantasia trip was also good but it can be cold at night.
All of the trips we took had a 3 course meal included.
All in all the first few days was so stressful as we didnt know where we stood regarding the room but once the problem was sorted it was a most enjoyable holiday.
A big thank you to the Moroccan house hotel for all of your help.
One piece of advice if you get a taxi negotiate the price before you get in

Room Tip: We had 2 four poster beds in our room with lots of furniture but little cupboard space for clothing...
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  • Stayed March 2014, travelled with family
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Reviewed 27 March 2014

We got an unbelievable cheap deal most places we charging around £30 per night b&b - we paid less than half - so bear that in mind we I say we could not have been happier with our stay here.
Breakfast was served on the roof and was a selection of bread, pastries ect, very adequate.
The rooms will not be to everyone's taste. For us English a bit gory with the leopard print covers and four poster beds with lots material around - not my usual taste but we were there to experience Morocco.
Rooms very clean - small but had everything in them.
Pool area - it didn't seem to get the sun - maybe it was the time of year we went.
Staff - very pleasant. We had booked 4 nights but the manager asked if we would mind moving to a different hotel on the last night - we were a party of 6 so we did, he gave 2 of us free massages and the rest us free meals in total nearly £100 worth of free extras. The hotel we moved to was the Gomasse and that was lovely.

We booked a trip to ait benhaddou thru the hotel 350dhs each. It was over the Atlas Mountains - well worth a trip.
For the price we paid for this we can not complain about a single thing.

  • Stayed March 2014
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Isle of Wight, United Kingdom
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5 reviews
Reviewed 22 March 2014

On a 5 night budget break. Chose half board. Comments in no particular order. This is a budget price hotel and that must be understood. However whatever the cost it must be clean. It was excellent with a daily room service. The room was quiet and comfortable. The bathroom a reasonable size. The decor was exactly as shown on the hotel web site. Plumbing quirky but ultimately did the job. Breakfast served on the roof terrace. A bonus location with morning sun. Buffet breakfast was plentiful but limited in range and primarily sweet. Dinners followed a 4 course pattern. Plentiful. Decent quality. Reasonably authentic Moroccan with tagine main etc. No doubt good value. Personally I was there for a full on experience and in the end wished I had skipped half board and chose to eat in the vast number of outlets particularly in and around the Medina. Location - the area is fine. However it is a longish walk to the the Medina/Souk and you would become bored with it. Taxis are not providing the meter is running from the outset. However I used the No.1 bus. Set fare 4Dh. Easy excellent and fun. Summary - a really good value hotel. Perfect for a city break. Probably not for a romantic break and probably not for a long stay holiday. Staff friendly but mainly functional. Ps they have a smallish outside unheated swimming pool. It is in sun shadow most of the day. Consequently cold but I used it every afternoon after plenty of walking and thought it was a real asset. One other small thing. 1 euro per night local tax payable on arrival oh and free wi fi was just about adequate. Would use again without hesitation.

Room Tip: Mine was 39B. Serviced by a lift. Quiet. Not much natural sun. Might be a blessing later in the year...
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  • Stayed March 2014, travelled solo
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Los Angeles, California
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Reviewed 14 March 2014

This is a decent hotel, with very good prices for their rooms. The facilities were okay, but the one thing we could have used was a real shower. We stayed there for 3 nights, and our shower was broken the whole time, so we used scoops of water in cups instead. We reported it after the first night, and when we came back in the evening, they had replaced the shower head, but it was actually the mechanism for turning on the shower that was broken. We knew how to turn it on/off; the water pressure was too low so the water would barely flow out of the shower head. It was too late in the evening so we ended up just sleeping rather than to have the thing fixed or ask to move rooms.

Otherwise, it was a perfectly reasonable stay, with breakfast buffet that had a good range of offerings, clean facilities, and good housekeeping. It's located in a good area near Jardin Majorelle and local commercial art galleries. Taxis to the medina are about 30 dhs (you really shouldn't pay more than this). There are many upscale restaurants nearby, with prices similar to what you'd pay to eat at European restaurants (10-15 euros for main dishes), if you prefer that, but best food experiences could be had near the centre, where you could eat a great meal for two at a grill for about 50 dhs (about 4.5 euros). In any case, the hotel is in a convenient location with good transportation via taxi and by foot.

  • Stayed March 2014, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 2 March 2014

I always like to leave feed back for hotels that we have visited and take great pleasure in helping establishments build a good reputation.
We are not fussy traveller's and always look for the positive and not the negative points about the hotels we stay in, but sadly on this occasion we found it hard to find anything good to say.
The staff on reception were pleasant and that is where the welcome ended.
We arrived late evening, so was looking for a relaxing breakfast in the morning but when we went for breakfast next morning we were not made to feel at all welcome. The staff were very abrupt in their manner. I asked for an egg and the man in the black uniform cooking the eggs just stared at me as he broke one into the ring on the griddle then walked off. After a while I went inside and said to my husband what had happened he just said it takes a bit of time have a look if he is back. I did, and he was so I went back to the griddle and he walked away again, now I started to feel quite embarrased, I went back in the tent thinking I was being paranoid then returned after a short time, the egg was still in the ring on the griddle and the man walked away yet again but this time a member of staff wearing a maroon uniform shouted after him in Moroccan to which the man returned took a spatula and reluctantly flipped the egg over with such force that the yolk exploded everywhere then scraped it onto my plate and walked off. I do not need to add that by now I did not want the egg and neither did I ask for one again during our 11 day holiday there.
The steps leading into the pool were covered in green algea and it was so so freezing cold it was unusable.
We were told all different times for eating dinner, ranging from 7 or 7.30 until 9,9.30 and 10pm none of these matched with the written information displayed in the room and in the lift.
One evening at 8pm we were telephoned in our room to ask if we were going down to dinner as everyone else had eaten and they were waiting for us.
We had to eat wearing our coats as did the other guests as the dining area was freezing cold, one evening when I was feeling particularly cold my son asked if we could have the portable heater plugged in to which the waiter abruptly told him " ITS NOT AS COLD AS ENGLAND" we did not want to try and argue back that in England we would have put the heating on so my son plugged the heater in himself.
The evening meal was salad followed by soup then the main course, but sadly there was no choice so if you did not like something you did not have another option. Personally I cannot eat coriander which was present in 95% of the dishes and I do not eat fish, so there were many nights I only ate the bread and the fruit they gave us for dessert. saying that the meals were well cooked and presented well.
One evening my son was sat in the reception area to use the wifi and the staff put all of the lights out and he was left sitting in the pitch black, admitted when you moved into the path of a sensor a light would come on which was understandable on stairwells and little used corridors but this was just another example of their plain rudeness. It is as though they do not really want any visitors.
A body of visitors arrived towards the end of our stay, they were clearly Managing Directors of the hotel or similar and stayed a couple of days. Suddenly we had lights on, heat on in the dining room, the man in black even said GOOD MORNING to us when we went for breakfast. The breakfast items were replenished when they ran out, we had a mousse for dessert one night instead of fruit, it was so very obvious and false.
We had stayed at a different hotel last time we went to Morocco whose staff were wonderful, but on our return we wanted to share our custom with other Moroccan hotel/businesses and the idea of a hotel based on Ryad design really appealed to us.
Sadly, our experience at this establishment has made us decide that we will not return to Morocco again.

  • Stayed February 2014, travelled with family
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Property: Moroccan House Hotel
Address: 3, Rue Loubnane | Guéliz, Marrakech, Morocco
Region: Morocco > Marrakech-Tensift-El Haouz Region > Marrakech
Amenities:
Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Restaurant Room Service Swimming Pool
Hotel Style:
#12 Best Value Hotel in Marrakech
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): £
Hotel Class:3 star — Moroccan House Hotel 3*
Number of rooms: 50
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
This hotel, the first of its kind, provides its visitors with different services and in an architectural style. Moroccan House Marrakech is at the center of the city. It is easy walking distance to many major attractions, theatres, shopping.... It consists of five floors and fifty rooms with different grades (3*, 4*, 5*). Here, you are not in an ordinary hotel, it is like a Riad, a traditional Moroccan house where visitors are cordially received. ... more   less 
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