- Reviews: 316
Hotel Shara: Cheap place for Backpackers
Excellent place to stay in for backpackers and very cheap on the budget range.
The old man on the desk was incredible friendly and you can have a laugh with him.
Highly recommend becasue it is a favourite with backpackers a good way to meet other travellers in Asilah.
Price of room was Dh100 = £8 (2008)
The hotel is well kept and has small simple rooms set around and open courtyard.
Toilets and hot showers are shared but very clean and well looked after.
The only downside was at the time I was visiting in December 2008 the building next door was being renovated and was a mess but no building work was being at the time.
- Reviews: 1651
Finding an apartment - best places to stay
In all the times Ive visited and stayed in Asilah Ive always stayed in an apartment - apartments give you so much more value and comfort - along with kitchen to cook - roof access for views and room to move! - we have usually found someone who knows who has apartments to rent and gone looking around for us for whats available - generally we paid 150 a night if we were staying more than one night and 200 if only one or if it was a time of year when accommodation was more in demand. Nicer apartments were usually 250 dirham a night which we didnt usually splash out but have been shown some that were being charged that and some that were a bit of a dive for 200 dirham and not worth the price.
Ive just returned from 2 nights in Asilah, and though its a lovely time to be there its off peak, we got a very nice place for 250 dirham a night, a few minutes walk away from the medina, with lots of colourful zellig, an inner courtyard, two double beds - one being a lovely 4 poster with colourful drapes, and kitchen as usual - plus access to the roof - no views though.
Do take a look at the place before agreeing to take it - check that it is clean enough - that there is gas in the gas bottle if you are wanting to cook or make tea etc! - check that the heating facility for your shower is working and again if its run by gas that there is gas! - check the linen and that you have towels if you need towels or ask if they can be obtained for you if you havent brought any - generally they are provided - but a while ago a rip off merchant in Marrakech decided they dont come as standard with a 500 dirham a night apartment! - check the security on the door ie no problems with the door locks - and you generally have to provide your own loo paper!
- Reviews: 331
Hotel ouad Al Makhazen
Located @ the back of Al Mansoor Hotel, This is a nicer place but it is more expensive than Al Mansoor. I stayed a night in it. There is a TV, and an Air conditioner. It is quite and friendly. 300 dh with Breakfast . There is a nice resturant and cafe below
- Reviews: 331
Al mansoor Hotel
It was an OK hotel. I stayed 2 days before I was forced to leave the hotel and the city for lack of availble places. The price includes a breakfast and taxes. The city is small so I guess this place is near every thing in town. You'll pay 200/350 dh for Single/ double. Room shave no TV
The room was not hot but try and get a room facing the sea.
- Reviews: 386
Hotel Azayla: Friendly and reliable
We stayed in Asilah out of season, and I suspect that this small hotel would be much busier and booked up in the summer. With friendly reception staff (the same two guys the whole time) and a location close to the seafront I'd say it's likely to be popular with foreigners and wealthier Moroccans alike.
It feels bright and airy, modern, safe and above all, clean. In fact, the place as a whole is in very good condition although it is probably one of the cheapest of the mid-range hotels.
Rooms are large, ours had twin beds, a table and a television (with BBC World and MBC English language films as well as Arabic, French and Spanish channels) are complemented by huge bathrooms with warm showers and European style loo. Spotlesslly clean and tiled all over, the bathrooms in particular feel luxurious if you've been used to shared facilities.
A light self-service breakfast was included in the price of about 300dh per room per night and consisted of small pastries with juice and coffee. As well as having very nice bathrooms, there are rooms at about 500 dh with a little living room area.
The reception area is really quite nicely done, with some very nice Moroccan abstract paintings through to the breakfast dining area. Througout the building and inside the bedrooms are black and white photos of varying ages showing aspects of Moroccan life that are quite a nice touch though I became slightly obsessed with correcting their differing angles.
Location is good, about 5 to 10 minutes walking distance from the bus station, and about 3 minutes from the Medina, the seafront and some very decent restaurants including Restaurant Garcia at the end of the street.
The only downside to this place was that at various points in the night the sound of dogs barking became a bit too incessant, but then I'd realised by this point that I should really have brought earplugs to Morocco anyway.
- Reviews: 559
Hotel Azayla: New hotel in Asilah
The Hotel Azayla is centrally located, just outside the Medina. Nice rooms with lots of light and views. Great cafe downstairs. Prices might double in August for the International Music Festival when accommodation can become scarce.
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