Hotel Pension Dalila Reviews
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Nice pension for the money, note that cost of breakfast is NOT included (we missed this and were surprised). Staff was very helpful but you might pay more (restaurants, taxis, tours) than if you wanted to figure it all out yourself. We were pleased to use the taxi drivers and tour guides that he recommended, and he was full of great ideas on side trips to take that were very worthwhile. Rooms aren't heated. The bathroom was grim - the shower gets the entire floor wet, which stays wet all day.
The staff were very nice, but the problem is that our bedroom didn't have any window, so it was always dark, even when it was at noon because the artifical light was very weak. The door of my bedroom was broken (but it was still safe). The cover of the WC was broken, sometimes the water in the shower was not hot enough and there were no wifi in the bedroom..
Excelent location, centre of the medina. Nice place. Good breakfast. The common bathrooms werent cleaned well.
The staff here were very friendly and it was very clean. Our room overlooked the streets at the edge of the medina and it was a little noisy at night.
Good location at the edge of the Medina with ready access via taxis. Lovely roof terrace.Locks sometimes don't work very well. Staff available for advice. Overall value for money.
The hotel is fine, just there was not wi fi from the 2nd floor and up; in the evening in our room (12) we felt the strong smell of canalization. The food in the hostel is expensive, better take a taxi to the courrfour shop (around 10drh) and buy 3 times cheaper the same couscus!!
iA very good location at the edge of the Medina so it was easy to get to. The guys runnng the pension were extremey helpful and friendly.
Could use fans in the rooms!
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 25-30
- (1 review)
lovely place.. mayb a little expensive if u travelling solo but I guess that's normal. great place, nice friendly staff
- Novice Nomad
- (1 review)
Great staff, lovely location and good facilities. Extremely with our stay here (in fact it is our 3rd time at the hostel). Highly recommended for any budget traveller.
We stayed in a double room, great value for the money, and Brahim (Obama ;D ) and Thami took really, really good care of us (such as dealing with a taxi cab driver that was trying to overcharge us, to small details like getting up and bringing us a bottle opener for a bottle of Coke before we even asked for one, among other things) Far above and beyond any other kind of treatment that we got in Morocco in our 11 days there. Would stay there again in a heartbeat. Thanks guys!
On the border of Medina and the tanneries. Nice big room [we stayed in DBL bed ensuite]. Had wifi in the common areas, roof terrace and nice big breakfast for 25 MADS. Staff were friendly although quick to point us in the direction of expensive poor quality [everything was reheated] restaurants which were obviously connected to them. Would stay there again though.
Friendly staff, but when coming to pay they seemed as though they had never settled the bill before. A little disappointed to be taken to a sleazy restaurant on arrival, but this seems to be the culture in Morocco. The most annoying aspect was that the map from hostelworld showed the hostel miles from its actual location, which we had already walked to, then forcing us to take a taxi. Rooms were sizeable and terrace upstairs was pleasant
The rooms were not very clean (they haven't been cleaned during the three days we spent there, nor the towels have been changed). Breakfast costs 25 more Dirham, but it's OK. Once you become more familiar with the town, the prices, and the offers provided by other hotels you realize that they try to rip you off: do not accept any offer for tours with a guide for the medina and the other close towns (they charge you a lot and the guides are incompetent).