눉One small bottle of water, and one drinking glass supplied for 3 people! That water is all you got, just once! Never replenished. Given that tap water should not be drunk without boiling/sterilising, this is bad.
The place could be improved by tea and coffee-making facilities and an electric kettle. We took our own travel kettle so no probs. for us.
Also there is no hairdrier supplied. Remember you need European two-pin adaptors if your stuff has UK plugs.
One power plug next to washbasin had been jammed back into its socket and held only by a wadge of tissue - potentially dangerous.
Sound of seagulls and cooing doves/pigeons was constant and did not bother us but bear it in mind. Quite liked it, actually!
For anyone infirm the steep spiral stairs would be a problem, there's no lift - however if you got a ground-floor room and asked for breakfast there instead of on the roof I'm sure they'd oblige.
Yes the approach alley and entrance area is dingy and ill paved BUT that's a given for Morocco.
Chems Bleu inside is immaculate.
Bear in mind we absolutely loved the place and the staff! Despite these comments - highly recommended.
Steve Riches, Northampton, UK.
눇We had the rouge room. Our 14-year old son inhabited the small eagle's-nest room at the top of an integral staircase - his room had no door but a screened curtain and a small opening window to outside. The bed is not full size but most average adults would fit.
The double bed was comfortable, the decor simple and attractive, shower and toilet area large but in a separate room which is a bit gloomy with no external ventilation, BUT plenty of space there. Good shower, towels, washbasin, toilet.
Good information from staff who were always helpful, several spoke decent English although (other than Arabic) French is the default language.
Lovely ambiance with gorgeous central courtyard with lots of greenery, small fountain, and mosaic tiles viewed from two large opening picture windows.
Great help from staff getting bags from taxi outside the town walls thro' alleys etc. into Chems Bleu. Get them to pre-book you a taxi if coming from airport. 150 Dirham (or pay in Euros) or get them to add it to your bill.
Will definitely book here again so when you read the "didn't like" box, bear that in mind!
Can use their fridge situated elsewhere in the property but we took our own folding travel fridge.
Free wi-fi was excellent in all areas.
Great location for exploring medina and the whole town.
This is a gorgeous place run by really nice people.
Secure locking of front entrance door.