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Atlas Essaouira & Spa
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All reviewsstar hotelpiano barnice hotelocean frontprivate beachbeach restaurantminute walk to the medinamoroccan hotelsbig hotelsea viewnice poolreception areahotel is situatedroom was largecomfortable roomslaid backwind
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Reviewed 21 September 2009

We have just returned from a wonderful stay at this hotel (Sept 2009).

We booked a standard room through expedia. I was slightly concerned when booking as the form indicated a twin room and offered no other choice for standard room. i decided to go through with the booking and just put a request for a double bed. The room we got was hugh with a massive King size bed and beach view.

We were able to sunbath by the pool, The weather was perfect and ourstay was not disturbed by winds that I hear are notourious in Essaouira.

Staff were friendly and always willing to help. Im not a big fan of walking and did have concerns about the distance from the medina when booking. But it is a really pleasant 15min walk along the beach into town that we felt comfortable doing at all hours. don't let this put you off booking as for the price it's an amazing value for money!

I would definately return and only wish i could of stayed longer....

  • Stayed: September 2009, travelled as a couple
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Thank fensterbattersea
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Reviewed 21 August 2009

We have stayed in the hotel from 12th until the 19 th of August. When we checked in (comming from Marrakech) it was about 7 p.m. and our room was not ready yet. Without any explanation or excuses we had to wait. After 10 minutes we became irritated and they gave us another room.But that was only the start. The other members of the crew are very helpfully. When we checked out, the staff of the reception insured us that they have called a taxi for us. Unfortunately they didn't, so we alsmost missed our bus.
The hotel is beautifull designed and very spatial. The rooms, the swimmingpool and the breakfast are all perfect. You will have a gread luxurious stay. Sometimes the housekeeping didn't come, we had to ask them. We had several times a great lunch in the beachrestaurant Le Seven, belonging to the hotel as wel. Our son have had great surflessons at ' Club Mistral' and we had diner at several places. Their are a lot of good restaurants, one of them is 'After 5'.

  • Stayed: August 2009, travelled with family
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Thank Ingrid027
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Reviewed 14 August 2009

The newest of about 4 allegedly 5* hotels in an old arab fishing town that is alive with people.
On arrival the hotel is stylish and grand, reception and staff very polite, helpful and efficient. We booked a room with a sea view which looked over the main beach and the coast road, not noisy just active.
My main criticisms of this somewhat expensive hotel for the area/country was the room. I have never stayed in a 5* hotel which has a ardrobe with only 2 clothes hangers and no drawers or cupboard space anywhere. We ended up leving our clothes on the furniture and over chairs. We did get more hangers the next day but no cupboards or drawers??
Other than our included breakfast we did not eat in the hotel.
Breakfast was reasonable, a wide variety of food from eggs, cereal and fruit to Arabic mint tea. It was a bit of an ordeal because of the lack of cups and so many trying to get as much on a plate as humanly possible - is this not becoming more of a pain everywhere?
The private hotel beach was a real bonus as the locals invade during the summer and the sight is unbelievable from dawn to the early hours - not a problem but a fantastic sight and feel.
The walled medina was tight and crowded all day and night and only worrying if you get too lost in the residential alleyways off the shopping routes.
With so many excellent restaurants in the town from the harbour all through the medina you are thoroughly spoiled for choice. I would recommend Chez Sam at the end of the harbour but most do delicious tagines and seafood. A must at least once are the seafood stalls between the harbour and the medina where 20 or so small fishmongers with barbeques and tables cook your choice of seafood to order with drinks and salad for good prices.
The town craftsmen and artists are superb but no chance of getting much back with charter airlines weight restricitons. Not much other than the sun and wind/water sports locally so about 5 days would be plenty here.
Hotel expensive and rooms under furnished but recommended rather than taking the lottery of picking accomodation when you get there.

  • Stayed: August 2009, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 7 August 2009

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Reviewed 1 August 2009

  • Stayed: July 2009, travelled as a couple
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