It was a nice hotel. We enjoyed our time very much. It is deffently not a Party Hostel! Our best regards to Lucasand all the staff, we will not forget your hospitlity. Peter and Marc from Germany
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 41+
- (7 reviews)
Ein schönes Riad, renoviert, stylisch, klare Farben, wenig SchnickSchnack. Großzügige Zimmer und Bäder. Uns hat es sehr gefallen!
When we arrived we had a very warm welcome.Even Snooky the crazy cat said hello to us. The staff was the best we had in Morokko. The atmosphere is gracious. So we decided to spent our last two nights again at Marrakech Rouge. We recommend this hostel without any reserve. Our best wishes for the future. Otti and Peter from Germany.
A nice small Hostel, but with problem because nobody talks english or another language. We have had a problem with the current and no possibility to fix it.
The 500 year old Haveli is a very charming hotel with only 6 rooms. We stood in room no. 1 which is the only not renoveted room. But the feeling was like a Maharadja. It is a very quiet place to relax, so we stood one day more as planned. The owner, Mr. Jimmy, is a very friendly and helpful young man. He told us so much of the history of his Haveli. The food was the best we have had in India. The young waiter, his name is Kishor, was so attentive and made us allways smiling .
The owners are very friendly and helpful. From the rooftop restaurant you have a wonderful view to the fort.The food was good, the kitchen very clean, the stuff attentive. Thee room was clean, sometimes with hot water in the shower. Only the bed was too short for european men.
It was difficult to find the hotel because the indicated Bank of India is only a small branch and the Rikshadrivers could not find. Therefore we have had a lot of trouble with the drivers. The room and the bathroom were ok, sometimes hot water for the shower. Breakfast was varied and good. The staff was very friendly.