Great neighborhood, amazing location as it is right on top of a metro and streetcar station - the walk into town is even better. Shops and coffee places all around. The kitchen offers free coffee, tea, hot chocolate and mineral water, and there is laundry. Very clean 'shared' bathroom only with 1 other room, which is excellent. Staff was friendly, for example it was no problem to arrive (very) late or to leave our luggage for a whole day after check-out. Loved the pink radiator in our room!
We had a great stay, the hospitality was great and the staff helped us a lot! It was unfortunate that we could not get the wi-fi to work. The discount we got on our rental bikes thanks to the hostel owner was impressive! It is a bit of a walk to the Niagara Falls, but it is much better staying in the town than in the touristy part of Niagara. Loevly coffee shop (Coffee Culture) just a few blocks away.
Staff was friendly but are not positioned in the building itself. They can be reached by phone (which is provided in- and outside of the entrance). The room we had was amazing, very clean and modern. However the air-conditioning could not be manually changed so it was a bit cold and noisy. The location is excellent, less than 5 minute walk to the metro station and about a 20 minute walk into town. All in all a bit pricey for a guesthouse in Toronto but maybe also a little too luxurious for us.
We had a great long weekend stay at Riad Dar Tamlil. The location is excellent - within 5 minutes walking from the big square. It's not at all difficult to find. The rooms are big, clean and most of all very cool which is nice in a hot city like Marrakesh. There is an AMAZING roof terrace where they serve you a nice breakfast (fresh orange juice!). We had some difficulty with the wifi, and at some point during the day there is not hot water for a while, but some time later it is fine.
- Novice Nomad
- Couple, 18-24
- (5 reviews)
The hostel is attached to a quite chique hotel - they share a breakfast area and the reception desk. The staff can be said to firmly discriminate to those who stay at the hotel, and those who stay at the Bed 'n Budget. The wifi is not for free - it's actually T-mobile HotSpot wifi, which works fine on the first but not on the second floor of the hostel. Guests can buy breakfast for E6,- a day, however, Bed 'n Budget guests are suspiciously asked for their roomnumbers.