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This large hotel is way outside downtown. It does have a bar and restaurant but not very good though. This place reminds me to eastern european hotels with large staff whom does not care about whats going on. The place has the charme of the wall just came down. Not much choice else in this town. Safe parking for motorcycles though
Has seen better days. Rooms v tired. Had numerous power cuts. No safety lighting, everywhere dark. Restaurant little choice, fixed meal offering, but it was Ok. Breakfast... basic. Cold in winter. Shower in room hot and ok. Just needed some work to improve standard and facilities. But walking distance to centre. Staff were fine and check-in out quick. Khenifra OK, friendly place, true Morocco I would try to find a better hotel though if there is one. Internet in lobby only.
We stayed here because we (a group of 8 on motorbikes) needed a place to be down with secure parking. The rooms by the standard of other hotels on a two week trip were good, the parking is secure. The evening meal when compared to the efforts of other hotels and small eating establishments was not inspiring. If I needed to stay in this city again it would be here but I would not make a trip back because it's a great place to stay. Oh and the night club... I see the other comments, the noise does not bother me but Incan see how it could.
There are not many choices in Khenifra. This hotel has large well appointed rooms with good beds but the nightclub is the problem. Even though we had a room several l floors above the nightclub, we still heard the bass until late at night. Breakfast is acceptable and the server was helpful. Easy parking. The hotel will have to choice someday between the nightclub and the rooms though.
The hotel is ok and might be one of the only options in Khenifra. It has a great view across the city and the mountains. Still, it is not worth the money. I paid 480 Dh (incl. breakfast) which is way too much for a hotel where the rooms need urgent refurbishing. The night club started playing loud music at around 11pm which was disturbing even at the top floor. If you go, ask for a room far away from the night club.
I raid many negative reviews about this hotel, but I found it good, there are two discos at north side of the hotel which make too much noise, but my room 305 at south side, it was quite, clean, has big TV screen, soap, shampoo and two clean towles the bid queen size comfortable with extra blankets.wifi only in front desk area, the hotel has huge & secured cars park.
I felt motivated to write a review for this hotel because of all the very negative reviews. We stayed here on the 7th June 2014 in order to beak up a road journey. We left Fez in the morning, visited Meknes and Ifran en-route and arrived in Khenifra in the early evening. The next day we drove to Auberge Le Festival in the Todra gorge which was a six hour drive. We were forced to stop at Khenifa for the logistics of the trip to work but arrived with some anxiety due to the reviews. Thanks to the reviewer who mentioned the club, we requested a room well away and I can report that the music from the club was inaudible in our room. This is low season of course so that might not be possible in high season, The lobby seemed in nice enough condition and the hotel is corporate and somewhat bland (as expected). The room was dated in decor and there were a few cracks but we were surprised to have a modern flat screen TV. The bed was large and comfortable and there was plenty of hot water. Compared to our other hotel rooms it was large. One problem is the curtains are very thin (and orange)l, we both wore eyeshades to prevent being woken early in the morning as our room was facing east. The pool was a great temp and was clean. We took a brief swim after arriving and went back for more in the morning. When we started to swim the next morning the attendant was scooping out the inevitable dead bugs out with a net but I stress this as a positive, the pool was clean! We had dinner at the restaurant. This was a set menu only, no a-la-carte possible and there were just two choices per course. In other words it was about the bare minimum and certainly not gourmet but we chose this at the end of a tiring day and accepted the compromise instead of driving into the town. There were just us and one other group of diners. It was in fact locked at 8pm but the receptionist dashed to unlock it as soon as we enquired. We were able to get a bottle of wine with dinner too. If I recall the wine was about 120 dirhams and the set menu about 170. I guess because our expectations were so low we were actually happy that the restaurant was open in low season and enjoyed the meal. Mine tasted like beef with a sauce consisting of Campbell's mushroom soup with some spice added but it was OK. The bar is pretty grotty to be honest and they kicked us out at 10pm (after we bought out one and only drink at about 9.55 thanks for the warning). The wanted everyone to move to the 'club' but this had a duo playing dodgy Arabic music live and had about as much atmosphere as a school disco. We chose to retire to our room at this point. We watched some tv shows by connecting up the iPad to the hotel TV using a composite connection and everything worked fine. To charge more than one item at once, we unplugged the TV (hey presto 2 sockets). We accidentally locked ourselves out of our room when we went to the pool and the receptionist simply programmed us another key in about 30 seconds without muttering a word. We didn't take the hotel's breakfast but instead bought bread and laughing cow cheese in Meknes and ate this instead en-route to Todra gorge. We ended up stopping for a coffee on the road heading south of Khenifra at a really nice place with a great view.
Poor rooms with old furniture and cracked walls everywhere. The image on tv was distorted so it was tiring to watch. There was only one socket in the room, so it was impossible to charge all our devices, we had to choose only one to charge. The breakfast was the worst we have eaten. Among others, they brought us 2 glasses of orange juice and it was obvious that someone had drunk some juice from the one glass, you could see where the lips touched the glass. Plus, the tablecloth was too dirty and disgusting.The hotel staff was incompetent, they didn't give us any information for the breakfast etc. The swimming pool was empty, propably because it was April. There was no elevetor and we had to carry our heavy luggage to and from the 2nd floor and until the parking, as there was no bell-boy. When we wanted to leave, the corridor was full of things that the cleaners use, so we couldn't drag our suitcases. There was also a "cheap" club in the hotel with drunk people....In other words, try to avoid this hotel, unless if you don't have any other choice...
Khenifra doesn’t offer many options for an overnight stay and for most people it is a town to pass through on the road from A to B in whatever direction they might be travelling. Recently I had the unfortunate experience to arrive late in the evening, tired after a long day and without having had the opportunity to check out accommodation availability. Hotel Atlas Zayane looks pleasant enough, but is just basic, functional and lacking in character. Rooms are either side of long tunnel-like corridors, with dated and utilitarian furniture and overpriced. In my room the door to the wardrobe was missing and had a powerpoint hanging from the wall, wires exposed. Breakfast was offered as an extra, for 60 Dirhams. On arrival I noticed that the hotel had a large club lounge and asked that my room was as far away as possible. However the nightclubbers could still be heard. In the hotels favour, the bed was reasonable, the pillows comfortable and the shower pressure good with plenty of hot water. However, I would not stay again.
this place is like many others in morocco- it's seen better days, but is not terrible, EXCEPT they have a disco every night until 3 am and it's impossible to sleep. The usual unctious and hapless staff- very nice but totally inept. i've stayed here a few times but NEVER again.
Atlas Zayane is a short stroll from Municipal Stadium and Green March Square. This 3-star hotel has 58 guestrooms and offers an outdoor pool, free in-room WiFi, and free valet parking.
This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room. Continental breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 10 AM.
Guests can expect to find cable TV and stay connected with free WiFi. Beds sport premium bedding and bathrooms offer free toiletries.
Atlas Zayane features a nightclub, an outdoor pool, and a children's pool. You can put free valet parking to good use if you drive. Front-desk staff can answer questions 24/7, and assist with concierge services, dry cleaning/laundry, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include free WiFi in public areas, a terrace, and laundry facilities.