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Newest reviews for Dar El Jadida

  • Anonymous
    August 25, 2014

    Location and friendly

    None of the bathrooms are attached to the rooms. The alley outside the room was noisy until 11am.


  • Marie
    July 25, 2014

    Really basic for the rooms. Toilets are outside the room


  • Anonymous
      United States of America
    June 28, 2014

    It is well located, cheap, and comfortable. A great place to stay while spending time by the beach. Bathroom is outside the room, but clean and private.

    We had to enlist a group of neighborhood kids to find it! To spare you the trouble: from the main street in the cité Portuguaise, turn left across from the pharmacy and go straight, through the archway, till you see it on your left. Not difficult, but tricky without a map!


  • James
      South Africa
    June 2, 2014

    OK so lets start with the town - Sorry guys there's only one way to say this El Jadida and the old Portuguese Quarter are DUMPS The Quarter is slowly dying from squalor, dirt and lack of interest. If this is a world heritage site then they need to revisit!! The Riad for the price is acceptable. The rooms are very basic, with outside bathrooms. More of a converted house than a true Riad. Terrace has nice views and the breakfast was good.For the area probably best value. Would I go back? Definitely not to El Jadida. .


  • Brenda
    May 20, 2014

    Terrace views, hearty breakfast (and yes, it's mostly starch, which is the norm in Morocco, but at least it's hot/cooked starch!), spacious room, location right in the old part near the Spanish church, detached bathroom directly outside room and very clean, ask for "Casa Gato" if you need a local to help you find it the 1st time.

    Just be careful to specify that you want to use the extra bed if you need 2 beds for 2 people, which I had stated when booking but found that I would have to pay more for that option upon arrival. However, Maximo finally relented when I showed him my confirmation paper so all was well in the end. I will return to this riad.


  • William
      United States of America
    May 6, 2014

    Needs more fruit at breakfast and yogurt - too many carbs, but Maximo Was a great host, loved the terrace and location, good value

    See, breakfast above.


  • Silvia
    April 24, 2014

    A great place!!! I spend only one night in El Jadida (unfortunately) with a friend. Massimo, the host was kind, helpful and extraordinary. The location is perfect, in the old portuguese town. The room was really comfortable and we had a wonderfull breakfast on the terrace with an amazing view on the sea. If you have a car, you could park close to the house. If you have some problem to find it, you could ask to anyone...all the people in El Jadida knows Massimo!



  • Melissa
      United Kingdom
    April 17, 2014

    Fantastic host, great breakfast

    Didn't get the instructions about where to park so ended up getting charged for parking


  • Anonymous
    March 29, 2014

    The hotel is very clean, a breakfast on the rooftop is also great and the italian owner is friendly. It is a great place to have some rest.


  • Marc
      United Kingdom
    March 10, 2014

    Massimo, our French-speaking host, was a font of information and pointed us to an excellent, reasonable, licensed pizzeria, a boon after days of tajines with Fanta. Location in Cité Portugaise perfect, with free parking nearby (i.e. cars can get into the old quarter). Room we had was spacious, bed comfortable. Sea view from roof terrace.

    Breakfast could have been more generous, but at the discounted price one really can't complain. Beware – this is a fairly modern building, not an old riad, web photos a tad misleading.


  • Krisztina
    February 27, 2014

    The location of the hotel is good, our room was enough convenient. The breakfast was fine.

    The toilet is outside the room, we had to close it always, or else another guest of the hotel could it use too. That was unpleasant. The owner cannot speak really english, only italian. It's a little bit hard to find the hotel in the medina, the door plate is very small.


  • Liliya
    February 2, 2014

    perfect location, very clean - bed clothes was fresh, no water on the floor in the bathroom after taking a hot (!) shower, warm blankets,beatiful terrace with amazing view, welcoming owner from Venice. Everything was excellent :)


  • Gavin
      United Kingdom
    December 31, 2013

    The breakfast was good. There is hi-speed wifi. The roof terrace has a good view. But this is El Jadida so there is not a lot worth looking at.

    This riad is OK but no more than just OK. I am sad to say it is not worth 45 euros a night. Located right in the middle of the old Portuguese Town. Very difficult to find as the sign on the door is tiny. You'll need to make sure you have good directions before you set off. El Jadida is not a place to be wandering the streets at night. You'll spot it down a dark alley. It is the one where all the locals are sat on the front doorstep using the wifi. The riad is reasonably clean and room functional. Very basic but functional. The bathroom is not in the room but is just opposite. The bathroom is tiny. I mean ridiculously tiny. The door has frosted glass window that may as well just be plain glass as it has no curtain. If you are in the bathroom using the sink, shower or toilet any one passing can clearly see what you are doing. No privacy. Dar El Jadida is at the same standard as some hostels I have stayed in and it feels like a hostel or almost like staying in somebody's home. During breakfast or when you visit the terrace you are surrounded by washing hanging out to dry. Also the family and their friends having breakfast in their dressing gowns. Hence why 45 Euro a night is double what this riad is worth.


  • Vasilii
    October 9, 2013

    if you stay more than 1 night be ready to live with your garbage - the staff don't know they have to clean the room. another point is that in some rooms the shower is inside the room, but in the others it is out, so you can see the guys without the clothers on the stairs. in some rooms the toilet is also outside.


  • Anonymous
    October 9, 2013

    The central location right in the old Cite Portugaise. Nice roof terrace overlooking the city and ocean

    The extra 4% charge for using credit card; having stayed at various Riads in several major cities across Morocco, this was the first time I had to pay the 4% extra above the hotel fee for payment by credit card. This was not indicated during booking online though it was posted as a notice in the hotel.


  • Hans
    October 4, 2013

    Friendly host, clean and spacious rooms for this price.

    There's little to see in El Jadida. It's a nice stop for one night.


  • Francis
      South Africa
    October 2, 2013

    The location is excellent. The owner makes you feel at home. The place is very quaint.


  • Ian
      United Kingdom
    September 14, 2013

    The situation in the middle of the old quarter was very convenient as I had gone to El Jadida to see the historic areas. The owner and his partner were very friendly and helpful. We were served a nice breakfast on the roof terrace. This was included in the price.

    The old town area itself is rather run down - not the fault of the hotel, which was clean and well maintained.


  • Marco
    July 28, 2013

    In the center of ancient portuguese city with a wonderful owner from Venice!


  • Anonymous
    July 13, 2013

    very nice view from the roof terrace


  • Michael
    June 30, 2013

    Wifi working in room

    Very noisy, staff distracted, breakfast poor, allows smoking in breakfast area, bathrooms smell


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