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A dark depressing dingy place. I had to stay here as part of an EXPLORE travel package. Its very basic and should only be considered if you are on a poor budget or are desperate. Its noisy being between two main roads. (TIP; ask for...More
I stayed here two nights as part of a package tour (it was a hiking tour and this was the first and last night). Hotel is conveniently located and staff was nice. It's just a bit drab. Carpets need to be replaced, a good paint...More
I had a medium room on floor 5 that was reasonably clean and it had a balcony but the shower was too low and the toilet didn't flush properly so waste was left. The Air Conditioning didn't work in the room I was in -...More
Located in an up and coming area with swish hotels along the road, the Imilchil is quite basic, but provides you with a good value, fucntional stay. the staff are very friendly and helpful. Meals are functionala nd service a tad slow. Not a place...More
This hotel just outside the medina walls has a some nice lobby lounges, but very basic rooms with twin beds. You could be anywhere in the world. Reasonably clean, and the heating worked (important in December). The toilets don't flush properly and water is sometimes...More
US$37 - US$60 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hello regarding your question I travelled alone but saw many couples. The problem is if one of you are Moroccan citizyen and the other is not and you are not married.Foreign couples I believe have no problems. I have... More
Hello regarding your question I travelled alone but saw many couples. The problem is if one of you are Moroccan citizyen and the other is not and you are not married.Foreign couples I believe have no problems. I have travelled with my husband before but no one ever asked us to prove we are married. Hope this helps))
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"A bit noisy if your window face the main street. Lot of horses..."