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- Novice Nomad
- (8 reviews)
A beuatiful restored riad. Great location in the ancient medina. Really easy to find because there are signs directing you the the hostel. Staff are very friendly and helpful. The free breakfast was delcious!
Hostel is in a great location in the medina. Perhaps it would be good to put some signs up directing guests to the hostel because it is quite hard to find. Also, it is near the mosque so pack some earplugs unless you want to be woken up in the morning by the call to prayer.
We appreciated the warm welcome and provision of local information. Definately a bonus to have kitchen facilities.
Very comfortable hotel. Staff very friendly. Free coffee (and from a machine, not instant), good free breakfast. But this is not a hostel, it is a hotel. There is no kitchen (only fridge and microwave) and you are not likely to meet other backpackers here.
Great in all respects. Except would have been even better if kitchen had tea towels and matches to light the stove.
This is a not a hostel. It is a B & B. The owner, Ingrid has a four bedroom flat and she rents out spare rooms to travellers. So if you stay here you will be staying in someone's house But that said we really enjoyed our stay here. Ingrid is extremely welcoming and friendly. The location is not in the city centre but only 5 mins walk to a metro station. Only complaint - double bed was awful. Sagged in the middle so two people can't really sleep in it. Luckily there was a spare single bed.
This is not a hostel. It is a hotel. Most of the guests are Spanish families - fine of course but you are unlikely to meet other backpackers here. Also it is not near the city centre. You will have to catch a bus. The directions on the hotelworld website from the bus station to the hotel are WRONG. Make sure you contact the hotel directly for directions. But very clean. Facilities very good including spacious modern kitchen as well as laundry service.