Riad Zitoune Youth Hostel Reviews
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Beds were comfortable and the location was excellent. But no hot water when we wanted to use the showers. We were woken up at 6.30am by someone singing really loudly (and badly) and it continued thru the morning. At 7am we heard her telling stories to 3 children RIGHT outside our room, then from 7.30am onwards the children were screaming and running around while the woman was singing super loud. Felt more like a kindergarten than a youth hostel. Staff did nothing about it, was so inconsiderate!!
best place ever!! I have a friend whom at the same time was staying for a few days at a touristfair, placed in one of the larger holes in town, paying 420 euro a night- l cant dream that she ever had such a swell time as l had at the R.Z.Y.H. she had a bathtub in the the bathroom,alright, but we had hot water all the time, bathtub l have at home, praise to God, small room for the feet at the traditional"european" toilet, maybe the space was made for the more efficient "eastern" type-no big deal!
Riad zitoune was a comfort in the chaos that is the jem El fekna square. Nassima and Amana were both incredibly courteous and kind. The rate was more than fair given the very clean and comfortable arrangements.
- Novice Nomad
- Couple, 31-40
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