mannks - Indianapolis, Indiana
Old style Moroccan Boutique Hotel - May 28, 2020
This is a beautiful, old style Moroccan Boutique Hotel. Doesn't look anything from the outside BUT wait until the door opens. Elegant, exceptional helpful staff and a good restaurant too. If you stay here you MUST visit their Haman (Turkish Bath) and get a steam massage and rubdown with salts crystals and coffee grinds. Unfortunately we had to return to Casablanca due to the shutdown of Morocco at the onset of Corona Virus travel restrictions.Our Room overlooked the small pool downstairs in the lounge area.« less

   alangBonitaSprings - Bonita Springs, Florida
beautiful boutique hotel - Mar 26, 2020
We were on a tour that booked this hotel. Service was great with wonderful staff. The room was elegant and it is an old style lavish hotel. The lobby areas are just magnificent. You do have to walk down some dreary streets to get there. The room was dark with not enough lighting. However the atmosphere and people working there made it a nice stay.« less

   Marie R - Ballston Spa, New York
It was like visiting Aladdin! - Mar 26, 2020
We stayed at this hotel for 2 nights while on a tour of Morocco. This is an absolutely beautifully restored building with loads of charm. It has a pool, a dining room, a number of public sitting rooms, a dining room and a gorgeous rooftop. The food is delicious and as they don’t sell liquor you are welcome to bring your own. The staff is incredibly friendly and helpful. I highly recommend staying here!« less

   BAM73 - Sacramento, CA
A Truely Unique Experience - Mar 24, 2020
This collection of adjoining roads took my breath away! The room was small, and the bathroom smaller, but well appointed. This was all ok, because we had a private terrace overlooking the dining area. The public rooms were amazing with the tile work and water features. The rooftop deck was a lovely place to meet up with fellow travelers« less

   Christine K - Swampscott, Massachusetts
WOW!! - Dec 5, 2019
This riad is so beautiful that it's hard to even comprehend its opulence in the common areas. It's located on a side street and you have to walk down a kind of dark alley to get there. The non-descript door leads you into an explosion of tiles and carved cement and wood that boggles your mind. The center courtyard is open to the sky. Hanging plants are everywhere. The pool is breathtaking. Our room was pretty spacious for a riad. There were 2 sleeping rooms and a large tiled bathroom. Nothing fancy but very serviceable. The dining area is basically outside so it was chilly. The heater helped a bit but it was colder than I would have liked. Dinner was good but breakfast was another story. It was even colder in the morning. The food wasn't very good. Everyone got one fried egg-mine was underdone and runny, so I didn't eat it. The bread and pancakes were very tough. The second day's breakfast was just as bad, if not worse.All said, I would stay here again just because it was so beautiful.« less