The hotel is on Avenue Hassan II, between the beautiful new railway station (well worth a visit, even if you’re not catching a train) and the Supratours depot.
The hotel has 103 rooms, all with ensuite bathrooms, air-conditioning and TVs. Typical budget hotel rooms - they're for sleeping, showering and not much else - crucially, they're clean.
Not much to write home about – there are seats in and around the bar area, and there’s the buffet restaurant. But you’ll probably want, in any case, to sit in the garden, either on a lounger, or at a little patio table…or maybe just on the grass.
Eating and drinking
There’s a restaurant for breakfast, lunch and dinner; the breakfasts are great but beyond that you may only want a buffet salad or a snack from the bar. The bar is small but friendly and ideal for a couple of beers before bedtime; there’s a TV so the place can fill up when the football’s on.
20m swimming pool (unheated); wifi is available (but you have to pay for it); other office services (photocopying, faxing etc) available.
Manager Khalid and his staff are very friendly and helpful, and many speak English. Parking is available, and reception staff are happy to organise taxis etc.
Who stays there
Holidaymakers on their way in and out of Marrakech; business travellers; weekenders and families who want somewhere outside the medina with a pool, but without breaking the bank
When booking make sure you understand whether or not the rate includes breakfast; sometimes it won't.
- High-Speed Internet
- Room Service
- Swimming Pool
- Backpackers / Students
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- First-time travellers
- No fuss
- Chilling out
Pros & Cons
- Well located
- Nice pool
- 20 mins walk to the medina
- Rooms facing road can be noisy