Equity Point Marrakech Reviews
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After the initial shock of finding the place it's incredibly easy to find time and time again, it was lovely for a hostel, it felt more like a resort than anything. Staff were all lovely and helpful, rooms were a good size, aircon was right above my bed which made for a peaceful nights sleep! Already planning to come back, would/will be recommending to all my friends. Until next time!
- Novice Nomad
- Mixed Group, 18-24
- (1 review)
This place has the best views of the city from the rooftop. It honestly made my experience so much better.The decor and layout of the building is very picturesque. Literally within walking distance to the square. The chef makes the BEST breakfast cake that they pair with amazing mint tea, dinner was worth it.The city isn't as bad as people make it out to be and I was single female traveler.
only stayed at this hostel for one night and it was good. It is really difficult to find, pretty much impossible on your own for the first time in Marrakech. we had to get locals to show us which was a bit daunting for two girls on their own. they will want money for showing you, and Will ask for a lot. once you know where it is, it is a very good location!
Beautiful people, nice place to stay in the medina, nice and helpfull staff lot's of places to sit about like the pool the terrace, overall will stay again for sure
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 31-40
- (1 review)
A really nice hostel within the Marrakech medina. The pool, roof terrace and the bar (with alcohol) made it remarkable nice for beeing in the heart of the medina. I liked my first three days so much that I got back for another three after my trip to the desert. I would recommend them to improve their wi-fi though. You had to be in the reception or close by to use it...
En general esta bien, buena situación y grande riad, pero una cosa es la gama y la habitación , es humedad por eso la gente siempre estaba a la fuera , en la terresa o the swimming poor
Great spot with cool facilities. Hard to find at the start but once you find it it's easy to navigate your way back. Only bad thing was I put my luggage in the luggage storage room and it isn't locked. Someone went through my bag and stole money and credit cards. A lock on the door would be good.
This hostel can be a bit hard to find at the beginning, but once you get used to the labyrinth of streets, you realise it's located 2 seconds away from everything. The building as such is absolutely AMAZING. Many chilling spots in authentic Moroccan architecture. Desert tents. Straight out of 1001 nights! Astonishing rooftop and great view. Room cleanliness was a bit mehhh. The reception staff is a not so insightful and a bit vain, s
Good place to stay! Breakfast was great with coffee, mint tea, orange juice, bread, jam, cakes, and pancake-like pastries. The rooftop terraces with chairs are really nice. The pool was closed for cleaning when we were there but it looked like a good area. Rooms are fine and bathrooms were good with hot water. Staff was friendly. Lots of other people staying there but the hostel is so big that there didn't seem to be one main place to meet others. Location is prime. Definitely recommend!
The hostel was really close to the Main Square and to the Souks, so great location, the breakfast was not a huge buffet, but really nice for the price. Unfortunately there was no water in the pool, but there was construction going on, so it will probably be there soon. Very nice terrace with a nice view of the sunset.
Maybe the best hostel I've ever been. Location is great, 3 minutes to Djemaa el Fna. Difficult to find first time, but will discover an excellent hostel. Staff is great, at disposition for everything at every hour. Higly recomanded!!!
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 25-30
- (1 review)
Salaam alekoum ... Equity Point is like a resort for backpackers! Really enjoyed my stay because I found it so easy to meet people around the breakfast table, around the pool area or on the terrace at sunset time. The staff is lovely! Cheers Amagi
Truely a backpackers resort and the place where everyone seems to be. Huge terraces, restaurant, bar, good breakfast and a killer hidden tent room. Worth the money if your wanting to find somewhere close to the medina Jemma El Fna and wanting to meet a lot of people.
İf it were not at its present location, this place would have been a 7 star hotel...Pool, the building itself and so many architectural details. As a traveller, we are so lucky that it is a hostel. Breakfast is poor. Could have been richer. Mattresses are comfy and blankets are new and soft. Atmosphere was not so good but it is low season and I could not see so many people around. Staff is helpful and welcoming. Thanks Equity Point!
Great hostel near the big square but you do have to navigate through a few shady looking alleys to get to the hostel and the pushy fake guides awaite your arrival at the beginning. The rooms are nice and the facilities are very good. The hostel has a nice restaurant and a terrace on the roof. One hostel worker was kind of a pain in the ass and kept sending groups away to their room because of noise while others didn't mind.