Hotel Atlantide is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Safi, offering many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Room service is one of the conveniences offered at this hotel. In addition, Hotel Atlantide offers an on-site restaurant, which will help make your Safi trip additionally gratifying.
While you’re here, be sure to check out Chez Said, one of the barbeque restaurants that can be found in Safi, which is a short distance from Hotel Atlantide.
If you are interested in exploring Safi, check out a historic site, such as Cathedrale Portugaise.
Enjoy your stay in Safi!
Ok so you are in Morocco near the sea. We arrive late in the night so this was the first hotel that we saw and we were to tired to find another one. So what can I say! The hotel is big - and it needs renovation every where! We had a quite night of sleep but also we where exhausted! Breakfast was terrible... only coffee - bad one, tea - terrible, some bread and some jam.. In Morocco you have a great breakfast everywhere! It was an experience, but not to repeat!
Trying to be positive, the Hotel has a good location and a good sightseeing! Apart of that that is a (guess) 30 years Hotel since then no renovation at all! The Hotel smells a mix of old, sewer and bleach. It can be worst: about the service, they try to be nice... but. When we arrive they ask for the passports. After dinner we went to pick the passports, I was told that they only could give me the passports after I pay the bill. Why they didn't ask me to pay? No one can retain your passport, not even the police. The rooms are so bad, but the toilet need full renovation. The breakfast was the worst I've eat in Morocco! We are talking of a 60€ Hotel, in Marocco is a lot of money. You need renovation! Wi-fi - only sometimes!
This public areas of the hotel are nice enough but our room was worn and tired and the toilet was particularly sad. I got the impression the hotel primarily serves Moroccan contractors and professionals associated with the local industry. It served to provide us with a bed and not much more.
i have being to the hotel in july 2012 during Ramadan, very kind stuff and nice room. The garden was amazing...stayed there for 2nights. If in Safe, i will no doubt go there again. The ramadan meal 'FTOUR' was very copious, i think i wouldn't have had better if in a restaurant in the medina.
I'm very fond of the Hotel Atlantide as I lived in Safi in the mid-1980's when I was a Peace Corps volunteer. At that time, it was the best hotel in the city, as Safi has never been a tourist center so offers few options. Now there's a newer hotel located next door to the Atlantide, which offers a spa, and a couple of small riads in the medina that are more comfortable and tourist-oriented. However, the Atlantide is still the best place for an authentic taste of the colonial era in Safi. The hotel is nearly 100 years old and is showing its age, and it's no longer the center of social events the way it used to be. While the public rooms are still quite beautiful and grand, the bedrooms need an update. They're clean, the beds are comfortable, and the bathrooms have plenty of hot water, but everything is just plain old. The staff freely admits that it doesn't really cater to tourists. It was originally built to host engineers working at the nearby OCP chemical facility, and those people are still the main clientele. All these comments aside, I still love the place. It's like stepping back in time. The Art Deco hotel was built to resemble a big passenger cruise ship (a nod to Safi's seaside location) and you can easily imagine the Atlantide as a setting for an Agatha Christie mystery, as the public rooms and the hallways resemble one of the sets for a Hercule Poirot TV movie. My friends and I stayed over the Eid el Kebir holiday, when we were practically the only guests, and it reminded us of the hotel in "The Shining." The rooms have only 2 beds per room, and since there was 3 of us we had to get 2 rooms. We still only paid about USD $65 total, including breakfast. At dawn, we could hear the call to prayer from multiple mosques, so went on our balconies overlooking the pool and back gardens to watch the sun rise over the ocean. The hotel is in on a hill, so you get a great view of the town sloping down to the sea. The Hotel Atlantide is not for everyone. If you expect luxury or Arabian Nights-Casablanca fantasy decor, this is not the place. However, it's relatively inexpensive, clean, quiet, conveniently located near a few restaurants and cafes in the new part of town, and an easy walk to the old medina. If you love Art Deco architecture and want to stay in a place with an authentic colonial atmosphere, you should like it.…