2 Traveller reviews from Holiday Watchdog
Three stars is bull[-]
I have been stayed in this hotel for 2 nights it was the worst nights in my life i couldÂ´t sleep in the nights becuse the window was broken and it where very could outside next day i where spoken to the manager and he gave me an other room with "aircondition" this "airconditioner" where giving COLD air and i where fresing more the sheeps and pillows where smelling bad and very bad qoulity so i where sleeping whith my jacket as sheep and bag as pillow and the towel where black of dirt and worn and you only get one towel. and the toilet where giving sounds all night and you cant sleep itÂ´s like you sleeping with ghosts. And the breakfest at 8:30 they give me disgusting bread that even animals couldnÂ´t eat the coffe where tasting like hot water and butter is margarine that you use for cocking. and the orange juice is very nown in morocco but in the hotel they give me pulver orange juice even if they say that is real orangejuice thats enough i think.
i wonder how this hotel got three stars when it doesnÂ´t desirve one star the problem is the turism office that give out rewies about this hotel that is wrong i have paid alot of money the have a good time but i where living in fear and had a bad time i give this hotel ---------3 stars ---------------------- NOOT
- Travel date: Mon 5th of January 2009
Hotel in town centre, really close to Gu...
"Hotel in town centre, really close to Gueliz (modern part of town) and at walking distance of the Place Jemna El Fna.
Three-star rating is in my opinion however exaggerated : poor room cleaning (after 4 days we asked to have new sheets), poor hygienic circumstances in restaurant (after 5 days the olives were still lying on the ground and parrot close to the dishes !) and - worst of all - cockroaches everywhere (bathroom, closet, bedroom, hallway, restaurant).
The receptionist acknowledged the problem and gave us a toxic spray to use in the room ! After 9 days, we were really glad to leave this place ...
- Travel date: Wed 23rd of November 2005