Almas Hotel3.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We stayed for 5 nights in a triple room. The hotel is clean and the rooms large and very comfortable. Breakfast was a good buffet.with a selection of continental and local choices. Special mention must go to the chef, we stayed on half board and often were the only ones in the restaurant in the evening, he made up for this with his service, offering to prepare special dishes for us, the food he prepared was excellent. The rooftop pool is clean and offfers great views of the city. The location of the hotel is in Guiliz, 3 mins from a shopping centre and restaurants and only a 5 min 20dr cab ride to the medina. It is only a 20min walk to the Jardin Majorelle which is well worth visiting. As three females we felt very safe in the hotel and surrounding area and thoroughly enjoyed our visit.
WE spent our last night here. We had Suite 402 which was beautiful inside. The beds and linen were fantastic.. Nice soft pillows which seems hard to come by in Morocco. We thought the breakfast was fine, not sure about the ham though. The staff were so helpful, and even got us some bananas which weren't on the set up, but went so well with their pancakes and honey. The roof top pool was a lovely addition, my only complaint was there seemed to be a strange sulphur smell up there which was off-putting . Also can you sort the speakers out up there as they crackled when the music was playing. But I loved the music, and Im just being pocky about the sound quality as I am a Music Producer. Overall it was a greta stay, with fantastic staff. Highly recommend this hotel.
It is in the new part of town called Gueliz. It is where the newer, designer shops and restaurants are located. No snake charmers or monkeys here. The hotel is clean and modern with huge comfy beds. They offer a nice complementary breakfast in the morning. Sarah at the front desk was very helpful.
First time to morocco ,made to feel very welcome by all hotel staff,clean and spacious room,booked a tour through the reception who contacted the tour group to update us on pick up times which went very well,based in the centre of the city which is very easy to travel around,local people very friendly felt safe at all times would recommend,we will be returning early next year.be carful of taxis at the airport and walk further down towards departures instead of getting ripped off at arrivals.
Visited Marrakech for 3 days after few stressful month. Stayed at Almas for the length of the holiday. I felt compelled to leave a review after a good experience. The hotel was great. The staff was very helpful. Location is very good. The cleaners were awesome, felt bad for not leaving a tip for them.
Visited this holiday with family for 7 nights and my 16 yr old daughter who is a wheelchair user. The hotel staff were brilliant with us from the security guards , reception staff and the cleaners. How can I miss out the kitchen staff and workers in the breakfast lobby, their is a charge to take breakfast in your rooms, but we were not charged for my daughter who was a wheelchair user, this was so kind of them. The breakfast variety could be improved and their should be a lift to the roof top swimming pool, as we couldn't take our daughter swimming due to the stairs and steps leading to the swimming pool.
Nice big clean room, comfy beds with lovely bedding. Not luxurious, but very comfortable. Big bathroom, again basic but clean. Effective air con. Staff lovely, except for one young male receptionist who refused to do any of the things the other receptionists were happy to do (call cabs, give us a map, etc). Wifi inconsistent in the bedroom, but good in the reception area. Breakfast limited and a bit boring, but again, for the overall cost very good. Pool teeny-tiny but at least it has one! Good location too, in the new town but easily accessible to the medina and near some nice local restaurants.
First time travelling to marrakech,and must say this hotel didn't fail to impress. On first impressions the lady on front desk was quite rude when we checked in,which we were a little dissapointed about but can say that every other member of staff we met throughout our stay were very helpful and friendly. Lovely rooftop pool which was a pleasant surprise,after looking at numerous hotels prior to booking I thought this hotel had a pool set in gardens so the rooftop was a very pleasant surprise indeed. The young lad who works at the pool was very helpful,whenever we went to buy drinks he insisted on bringing them to us but didn't expect any payment as often you find in marrakech. Rooms were lovely and spacious and must say this hotel was very very clean, beds were very comfortable and the added bonus of a balcony was lovely too,somewhere nice to sit in the early morning sunshine. The bathroom very spacious too, and the shower was awesome,nice large cubicle and the water pressure was perfect asfter long days strolling round the city seeing the sites. One of the big added bonuses was the air conditioning, it was 50 degrees on our visit so this was a tiny blessing in the warm evenings. Breakfast was of a good standard continental style,with the offering of boiled eggs,sausages,potatoes and peppers caring across the days,there was also a menu form which you could omelettes etc for a small cost. Overall a very pleasant stay, and would definatly stay here again if I returned here,ideal location to local sights, we never paid no more then 20dhiram (approx £1.60) for a taxi from here to the main square.
Amazing hotel at a good price. Friendly staff and comfortable beds. The breakfast was good and the area felt safe as a lone female traveller. It takes about 20 minutes to walk to the Medina and it is honestly (in my opinion) better to live a away from the hustle of the souks. I liked this hotel so much I stayed here a second time after visiting Essaouira for a few days.
On arrival was greeted by friendly door staff who took care of the luggage without hesitation. We had arrived two hours before check in for the rooms, which was not a problem at all as we were asked if we wanted to go straight up. One was perfect for the two lads, but the other was way to small for the wife myself and the daughter. We went back down to reception and asked if we could be moved, receptionist checked and asked us to go to floor 5 room 502. Have to say this is one of the best rooms in the hotel, lots of space and a great view of the city. We'd gone B&B and the breakfast was basic continental was always replenished and fresh. The roof terrace was for us one of the best things of the hotel, very friendly staff (especially Ziad) who couldn't do enough for you and kept the area very tidy. The location being in the centre was great for us exploring as we did not need taxis and could walk easily to places. A mention for the maids as well who kept the rooms very clean, we did on occasions leave personnel belongings in the rooms which were never touched. Oh and you get WIFI in the rooms/ roof terrace not great all the times but worked well. You'd not usually get this in a 3 star hotel so big thumbs up.
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86% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 535 reviews