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Newest reviews for Hôtel Dar Rhizlane

  • Anonymous
    February 27, 2014

    The hotel is a bit of a walk away from the centre but on the plus side, this means the hotel has atmospheric grounds and a relaxing pool. Plenty of orange trees and fresh flowers everywhere. The spa is a bit on the pricey side but treatments are very good.

    Overall, the hotel could be really good - the building and the grounds are lovely - but it fails on the touches that make a good hotel into a brilliant one. Service seemed to be a bother to most staff who we spoke to. Service overall was painfully slow. For example, breakfast took an hour+ to eat as an array of staff kept drip feeding the table: first the bread, then the jams, then a ten minute break, then the coffee, then a five minute break, then the milk for the aforementioned coffee...etc. And avoid the 'excursions' at all costs - our 9 to 5 trip to the 'mountains' was a complete waste of our precious day on a holiday; expensive pre-orchestrated shopping trip by a guide that regarded us as obstinate children. He would stop the van on the side of a highway, tell us to "get out, buy souvenirs and take a picture". The stop lasted 45 minutes, while he smoked on the side and chatted with the pottery shop owner who was clearly his friend/relative. And on a final note to the hotel - the lighting in the rooms is not adequate! If you have all the lights on and you still cannot see items in your need to up the watts in the lightbulbs.


  • Alexander
      United Kingdom
    October 10, 2013

    The whole place and the staff.



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