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Equity Point Marrakech Reviews

80 Derb El Hammam; Mouassine, Marrakech, Morocco

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1713 Total Reviews
  • 93%Value For Money
  • 86%Security
  • 89%Location
  • 81%Staff
  • 88%Atmosphere
  • 87%Cleanliness
  • 89%Facilities

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This is more like a hotel than a hostel , the place is huge, but in a good way. The restaurant upstairs serves great food! And the tours on offer are worth the money to have it all organised for you. The only downside would be the wifi as it isn't a very strong connection , and doesn't work at all in dorm rooms. Also a bit hard to find, but you'll get there just look out for the signs on the archways!


Receptionist was really slow. Apart from that, perfect.

  • 5th Nov 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Ireland
  • Female, 18-24
  • (1 review)


Pool is amazing. The hostel is really beautiful for what you're paying. The staff at reception were pretty slow. Would stay here again.


Was hesitant to book here because of all the bed bug complaints. There were several people at the hostel covered with severe bites but luckily I received none. Beautiful hostel, well looked after.


Great ryad,swimming pool and clean room. On the negative,they checked us in nearly an hour late,and they didn t reply me about their transfer airport service although they emailed me back about price ant that the day before our arrival. Those were not big deals,so we are satisfied about our stay,after all


Had a great time. Extremely helpful staff Great rooftop terrace for chilling and mixing with other guests


This hostel is huge! It has an awesome set up/atmosphere, but unfortunately some of the people we were traveling with experienced bed bugs. They were not in the first floor room I stayed in, but I do know some people that got them. Regardless, we would stay at this hostel again once that got cleaned up because it really was great.


a solid place to stay. the beds were comfy and the they have a pool and roof deck. its an prruss in my book


The breakfast is great! I like they serve mint tea and fresh orange juice. Sometimes they serve scramble eggs too. They have swimming pool, which is good for a hostel. They have many sitting area around the building where you can relax. The building and the interior is really Moroccan style.


If stay here again. It had a pool which is perfect for the Marrakech heat! And a roof too terrace, beer which is hard to find and location is central. Good place to relax in the midst of Moroccan mania


While the hostel and facilities were really nice, it is a little big and feels more like a hotel than a hostel. This makes it not conductive to meeting people on a solo travel trip - otherwise was good.


The hostel is fine, but not great. The Barna Equity Point is much better, but then that one is expensive. The beds were large and comfortable, with huge ceelings in the rooms, but the bathroom was so tiny! That said, there was great water pressure and hot water in the shower. The breakfast had lots to offer, but eveything was of poor quality. Do not buy the hostel water under any circumstance, it is more than twice the price of anywhere else in Morocco, even the desert village we went to!


Really nice hostel, more like a hotel with a lovely pool to relax by, which is exactly what you need after a day in sweaty marrakech! Rooms are clean and comfy with en-suites!


Mainly enjoyed our stay, however they do have BED BUGS my friend is covered in bites. We stayed in room 107. Very relaxing and tranquil atmosphere though and the free breaky is good. We did the two night, three day desert tour which was amazing. The driving is all worth to for the night sleeping under the stars in the Sahara. However the staff at the hostel don't give you much info about where you go etc. I would advise to take snacks and toilet paper.

  • 6th Sep 2014
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Australia
  • Female, 18-24
  • (1 review)

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