We were a couple on our honeymoon and the hotel pleasantly surprised us with a nice gift, a hammam and couples massage.
Positives: Across the street from the beach, 10 minute walk to the medina, large spacious room, vintage Moroccan decorations in the room and throughout the hotel/riad, hammam and massage in the hotel, breakfast and dinner available for an extra charge.
Complication- We enjoyed our stay at this boutique hotel/riad. Only one major complication we had was when we were dropped off at the airport and the price shown on the hotel list and our agreed price the day before didn't match what our driver wanted when he dropped us off. It made for an uncomfortable discussion and lost time- please update your price list to match what the agency believes they are getting. Thanks.
As for the city Asiliah, it is a really small and more quiet coastal town and medina. The city is build up along the ocean and we can see it being more busy during warmer months for surfers and sunbathers (we stayed in November).
The white and blue buildings in the medina are nice to photograph and we can see the city becoming more developed to accommodate tourism in the upcoming years. Currently, there is a small variety of restaurants and riads to stay at in the actual medina. Hope this helps.
A great restaurant recommendation just outside the medina we would highly recommend and try to show up upon opening to get a table in this restaurant- Dar al Maghrebia.
Tip- Restaurants work on the Spanish schedule in Asilah- they close and reopen for dinner.
Room Tip: we were in the orange themed room- penthouse and it had a lounge area and an ocean-view terrace.
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