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Ang Av Zerktouni et Rue Med El Beqal Gueliz Marrakech, Gueliz, 40000 Marrakesh, Morocco – Show map
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Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the Room, Restaurant with Dining Menu
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
No parking available.
Room Service, Car Rental, 24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Concierge Service, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Suit Press
Newspapers, Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Elevator, Heating, Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
One older child or adult is charged EUR 10 per person per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
There is no capacity for cribs in the room.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Just a 10 minute walk from the center of the city of Marrakesh, the Ryad features a spa and air-conditioned studios. Guests can enjoy the hammam and the outdoor pool.
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The Assounfou Apart Hotel is just a 15-minute walk from Marrakesh’s famous Jamaâ El Fna Square. It features a traditional restaurant and an indoor plunge pool, decorated with Moroccan mosaics.
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The Golden Tulip is in a residential area of Marrakesh, only a 10-minute walk from the Medina. It offers air-conditioned guest rooms with satellite TV, free internet and a balcony.
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Hotel Amalay has a prime location, just 2.5 miles from Jamaa El Fna square and the markets, in central Marrakesh. It features a bar and 2 restaurants with authentic Moroccan décor.
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I'ts my 4th time I stayed in this hotel. This time I stayed 7 days in this hotel and it was in a single word great. The staff, restaurant, locating and room were perfect. 3 Stars but definitely worth 4. Definitely coming back!
Charmingly outdated and kitschy, like the Hotel Budapest meets The Chelsea. Clean where it counts, new bed and strong wifi, impeccably courteous staff.
During my first night they charged me a fee wich according to "Booking.com" should have been included in the price??? A week later the price was correct.
The price was different from the booking.com. They tell you you need to pay in Dirhans but use they own cotation that you never find anywhere. As usually marroquinian business in Marrakech, they try to insert some extra costs on the services. The breakfast was not that bad, but first the price was MAD 30 and wen to pay increased o MAD 39. Like everithing over there. Marrocos is a lovelly place but hard to do business when marroquinian just want to take most of your money possible. Tourists must be aware every time.
It's in a great location and breakfast was filling
After hours service. The one night out of the six which I stayed out til 2am the hotel was locked. I couldn't see anyone in reception. I wandered the street for an hour or so until I found a KFC that was opened. Went back at 5am and the guy who was supposed to man the reception fell asleep! It's funny now but wandering around Marrakech at 3am isn't too much fun (in other words a little scary).
Stuff was very unfriendly, no toilet paper, they made you wait very long to get a little roll, no hair dryer, credit card never works, but they did not care, that we had to spent high commission getting cash, room was really dirty, all over, still hair of other people in the bathroom and on the blankets. Definitely not recommended for couples that want to spent a good time. Not even with your best friend. The street was so loud that it also was hard to sleep. There was no way to charge the mobile phone in the room but in the bathroom. Oh my god, this hotel should better close soon.
A basic and clean hotel with friendly and helpfull staff at a very affordable price.
The hotel is located at a very busy street, resulting in quite some traffic noise during the night.
Easy access from airport with a bus No19 (get off at Cinema Colisee). Close to Jardin Majorelle and train station.
Street noise at night.
This was probably one of the nicest, most fashionable hotels in 1970s Marrekech. Everything seems to have been kept completely original, save for a few oddities. Luxuries that came into the world after 1980 just don't seem to take here. The Internet never worked in the room, but if there were just one or two people in the lobby you could get it to work there. Inside the room the AC worked eventually, but the remote (given to you upon check in along with the remote for the oddly mounted flat screen) worked only in the hands of a hotel professional. The elevator seems to be on the verge of retirement, and the lights in the stairs randomly go out leaving you in total blackness. But the whole thing is rather charming in it's time warp way. There rooftop is cool and hip in a way that you could imagine your mom and dad meeting there for the first time on a pre-American Bicentennial blind date. Our room had a balcony you could stand on and watch people eat Schwarma across the street. And the water pressure in the bathroom was the finest I've experienced in all of Morocco. All in all a pretty good deal for the money, as long as you don't mind staying somewhere well past it's prime.
location close to the train station
Hotel definitely needs refurbishment, room is in a very bad position. I do not get how it received a pleasant rating. Especially the toilets were in very poor condition and dirty.
the only thing I can compliment is the food in the restaurant, dinner that is, breakfast was poor the coffee cold, the hotel was fairly tidy
Bad sleep because of the noise of a nearby drinkling club that turned out about 2am. The attitude of the receptiob staff to two males travelling together was bigotted and unacceptable
quite spacious room
poor breakfast old and not quite clean room very noisy area too much money for this quality
Location is ok if you would like to stay out of Medina
The rook looked dirty and old, think that there are a lot of nicer places to stay in Marrakesh
- good location - 15 min walk to medina - supermarket nearby - close to rail station
- located near a bit noisy street - only one desk manager could speak english at good level
Price, restaurant, bar, location
The continental breakfast, late night on the street a lot of noise from the bar 2 doors down from hotel. I just clost the balcony door and turn on the air condition.
the staff was
Its deffinetly not what you see on the pictures.
For the price good value for money, clean bedding and bathroom.
This time I was on the 5th mid floor and I found it very noisy from above, the moving of chairs until 23:45 it was like being inside a drum and the noises of a street revelers/ drinkers into the early hours outside.
The room service guy was good and polite and always smily. The cleaning lady did always a great job into cleaning the room and leaving it always clean. The wifi internet conection was ok for the one week stay but sometimes conection was lost.
Me and my girlfriend didnt like the location of the hotel, the breackfast guy, the reception guys. 1. The location was bad for a couple that wants to enjoy the stay as every night on that steet view from the balcony was a scandal that degenerated into a fight which always police and ambulance arrived. Do we gonna go back there? Never. 2. The breakfast and reception guys always came offer us deals for taxis and excursions that were double the price then we've been told initialy.
Easy location for bus/rail stations, close to shopping area(s) not souk, good nights sleep, great to have a bath will use again.
Breakfast could have been fresher, but for the price was very except-able.
A bit old-school but still quite good. Great location and service.
All the guys on reception spoke about ten languages .. Very helpful .good location to have a drink with the locals . oh and breakfast was good
I can't day there was anything I didn't like
Charming 1960s architecture Warm room Plenty of TV channels including Moroccan ones
Cigarette smoke all over The room smelled a rat Noisy and defective air conditioner Elevator never works except when somebody calls from the reception Lack of toilet paper Noisy street Lack of amenity kit During breakfest hotel personnel never spoke French or English
perfect location if you want to enjoy Geliz.
WiFi very weak they gave us a smokers' room instead of the non-smokers we asked for The Hotel was built in the '60s and in the '60s it remains..
equipement pas mal. la decoration de chambre est magnifique.
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