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Dar De Santis features a restaurant, outdoor swimming pool, a bar and shared lounge in Azemmour. All rooms feature a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a private bathroom. Beautiful decor, comfortable beds, paradise in the middle of nowhere and so quiet
Set in the medina of Azemmour, riad L'Oum Errebia offers a rooftop terrace overlooking the Oued Oum River, 1.9 mi from the sea. Charming little hotel in a real medina. Beautifully decorated with the paintings from all over the world. Great view from the terrace and a little fountain inside.There were no tourists but us in this authentic town. Such an experience! Hope to be back.
This 18th century Riad designed in contemporary style features a spa and wellness center. It is located in the Azemmour Medina on the Atlantic coast. LOVE this is run by two ladies!! Good breakfast (not amazing, but good!), sunny egg + bread + coffee. Very comfortable room & common areas. Nearby dinner (50dh) & parking (15dh) at café bab. There’s a private bar so you could probably order a drink, we didn’t but it’s nice to know. Overall we were very happy, great value, great location.
This luxury hotel resort offers an outdoor swimming pool, casino and golf course. The staff was extremely friendly it made us feel very welcome. Apparently they are very well trained in making the hotel a welcome experience and your stay unforgettable. The rooms were clean, organized as was the whole property. We certainly will go back.
Pullman Mazagan Royal Golf and Spa is located in a large park, 56 mi from Casablanca. It provides luxury accommodations and ocean views. The Pullman Mazagan offers a swimming pool and spa. It was a very nice experience, the hotel is big with very nice and clean rooms, service on point and the workers were nice and welcoming. We had breakfast with a breathtaking view !
Located 3.7 mi from El Jadida and 5 minutes’ drive from the beach, this hotel proposes free parking and spacious rooms with free Wi-Fi. The sun terrace offers deck chairs and views of the garden. Very nice place, not directly in the center but was perfect for us traveling by motorbikes. Owner is a very friendly woman, the dinner was the best we got in 14 days marocco. We stayed there two nights
The Medina is beautiful and - for better or worse - mostly unrestored, which makes it feel authentic. It’s a very relaxing place, with cafes by the river. We would have liked to stay another day to check out the nearby beach, but you don’t need to plan a lot of time here, unless you want to just relax on your hotel veranda and watch the river boats.
The village is poor and uninteresting. The beach is nice, but I needed 30 minutes for a walk on lonesome streets to there. I was the only person walking at the beach and in February I saw only 2 other European people in the whole village!
The medina is a bit like a time warp: it's easy to imagine that life hasn't changed that much in the last 20,50 or even 250 years. Fascinating to walk around. We were visiting in March and saw very few other visitors. There is nothing to do really in the evenings, Outside the medina, Azammour has a few restaurants but none really attractive. Your best bet probably is if your guesthouse offers meals. The beach is a short taxi ride away but is not pretty at all, contrary to what our guidebook (LP) said it would be.
Bustling and rural large town along the coast. Not much in the way of facilities for tourists, nor in attractions. However, the medina is quite interesting, and it is a good place to observe the vitality and hardships of Moroccan life.
Despite being told not to visit Azemmour, we really enjoyed our one night stay. It is a very small, quiet village with a good choice of accommodation. We enjoyed walking through the medina during the day, taking in all the street art and graffiti. At night we relaxed in the square at a roadside table, watching the people and traffic go by.