We stayed in November 2012 for a night during our stopover in Asilah. The hotel is along one of the main roads and is pretty easy to spot thanks to the huge signs along the road. The bedroom was an absolute delight. Incredibly comfortable and impeccably clean. Dinner was fantastic (though slightly pricey). It's a quick walk to the beach which would probably be lovely during the summer. The downside for us would be that the location of the hotel is about a 15 minutes walk to the medina of Asilah and there are quite a number of roads to cross before getting to the medina. The hotel would be good for drivers as there were plenty of driving maps provided.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A small, charming hotel, built with a subtle harmony of forms; a small peaceful corner by the sea. An inn for the traveler who is seeking calm and relaxation. Recently built according to the sober style and serene forms of the Arabic architecture, with nine rooms originally decorated so that they transmit calm and privacy; with welcoming rooms and terraces where to rest and recover the strength; a house with a family touch that tries to offer the traveler an unforgettable place and a reason to come back. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Al Alba Asilah
- Al Alba Hotel Asilah