Moroccan House Hotel

3, Rue Loubnane, Guéliz, Marrakech, Morocco
(3 star hotel)
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Best (5.0 out of 5.0) 2 reviews
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Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 23, 2006

I booked online through Booking.com. This hotel looked full of character, and very reasonably priced too. I paid £67 for 3 nights in a single room with buffet breakfast included!! Bargain! (2006)

Advertised as 'Le confort de l'Hotel de luxe au prix de l'Hotel economique'

I wasn't disappointed!

I checked in after having spent the past 11 days in Morocco, travelling around part of it as a group tour, during which time I'd slept in 7 different accommodations including a tented bivouac in the desert and a mattress on the floor of a gite. I was ready for a bit of comfort.

Arriving by taxi, I entered into an inner 'courtyard' with fountain, and brightly painted walls and furniture. A huge lamp hung down from the ceiling 6 stories up. I was handed a huge iron key (this was the key ring) and shown to room 59a. (There are lifts) Apparently mine was a 3* room, there are 4 and 5* too (check the web page for pics)

A canopied 4 poster bed, painted furniture including a writing desk, stained glass windows, fresh flowers, air con and TV.

Bathroom with bath and over bath shower, WC, bidet

Freebies - shower gel, shampoo, tissues, toothbrush, toothpaste, razor and scalp massager!

Buffet breakfast - orange juice, tea, coffee, hot chocolate, pastries, pancakes, olives, cucumber, salami, cereals, dates, bread and preserves etc.

Tea salon

Unique Quality: Small pool was pleasant, although in September, the sun had disappeared by about 15.30 . The roof terrace had a few sun loungers. They were in process of renovating, what I think was a rooftop restaurant. Afraid that the views weren't too exciting from the terrace

I visited the hammam in the basement for a soap and scrub (1 hour -180 dh) and felt VERY clean and glowing afterwards! There are also massages and facial treatments performed by a qualified therapist.

I also used the laundry service, which I was a bit disappointed with, as the clothes I'd requested to be ironed, were still quite creased, but they didn't charge me for those items, when I pointed the creases out to them .

This place suited me - I don't like hotels that are too formal or 'faceless' this had some character.

2 mins from Place Abd El Ben Ali in Gueliz, with it's pavement cafes, restaurants and bars.

Taxi to Djemma el Fnaa 10dh.

The Marrakech 'Hop on- Hop off' tour bus stops near here too (which I used for the tour, then for getting around)

I'd recommend this place for anyone wanting cheap, comfortable accommodation, with good services and a bit of character I thought it was very good value!

Directions: From Djemma EF, head up Ave Mohammed V.

At Place Abd El Ben Ali, turn right (past Cafe Negociantes) into Zerktouni, 2nd R is Rue Loubnane. Hotel is on your Left.

Highly recommended

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 24, 2006

What a wonderful Hotel.The room I had was lovely and comfortable if a bit small.The Hotel was a newish Hotel but decorated traditionally with wonderful bright colours,traditional patterns and paintings.The staff were wonderful and very helpful.Be sure to have a massage in the Hammam.
The food is excellent.There is no menu for the evening meal,just whatever is cooked,no choice but it is 4-5 courses and each one is delicious and plentiful.The breakfast is Buffet style with endless choices- you would have to be really picky not to have a good meal here.
The place was spotless,there is a small pool with not much room for sun loungers but welcome all the same.Keep off the hammock on the roof-it's mine!!

Unique Quality: Lovely atmosphere,friendly helpful staff.small pool,Hammam,roof terrace.

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Address: 3, Rue Loubnane, Guéliz, Marrakech, Morocco

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