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Hotel Aday

2.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

We stayed here for two nights and found the place very clean and convenient. The room was small but ok and excellent value for money. The location in the middle of the Medina close to several attractions is excellent. Found the staff very helpful and polite.

I am a solo traveller and I chose this hotel based on price and also, other reviews. Before I continue - this is a basic hotel and if you want the Ritz or other five star shizzle, then it’s not for you. There is a permanent reception here and the rooms are small, wry clean and functional. The en suite was also modern and with warm water. This hotel is very close to all the action and if you book here you will not need to walk far to the Souk and all the other attractions. If you are on your honeymoon, don’t stay here however if you are a budget solo or couple travelling, then this place is ideal. Finding it might be difficult so make sure you have Google maps. The other drawback is that there is a lot of noise from around 0700 onwards, however I don’t envisage anyone coming here and staying in bed all day. So yes, I won’t hesitate to stay here again! A great little hotel!

My wife and I stayed in this hostel for a couple nights in July. It was kind of difficult to find, but the receptionist/owner left the property and met us in Jam el Finna to show us the way. This was a really nice gesture considering. Anyway, the hostel is a short walk away from Jam el Finna, and the souks. Maybe 3-5 minutes total. When you first arrive at the hostel, the outside is a little intimidating. It's in an alleyway (we never had any issues walking through the alleyways to and from the hostel, any time of the day), and stray cats come in and out freely, though they don't go into the bedrooms.

We stayed here for just one night but the staff we friendly and the hotel was pretty. Great location, very close to the medina and main square. Towels provided on request, no extra price, and the shared bathroom was clean with plenty of hot water.

The location is perfect, as you're close to all the adventures without the chaos in front of your door. The staff is the most helpful we have seen during our stay in Marrakech, with local prices for transfers and etc. We're very thankful for the man at the reception. Giving five stars is just not possible, as the rooms and showers are not that amazing, but he and the location deserves nothing less than four stars and we enjoyed our stay.

I came here because another hotel cancelled my booking in a busy period to close out Booking.com. Although I’m used to more luxury, I´ve had a very pleasant stay and felt at home. The hotel is basic as is its price, but it is very clean and safe. I booked a 2 person room with a double bed and bathroom, which was convenient for a longer stay. There is no heating, but instead warm and cosy blankets and there is warm (hot) water for a shower. By times it is noisy, as well inside as from the alley, but during sleeping hours it’s surprisingly silent. Hafid is a very friendly and helpful host.

I stayed at Hotel aday on 02 December 2018 recently. I had simple reason to booked this hotel. the day i landed in Marrakesh in the morning i was due to fly to Tangier by night flight so to save money as rent was only 13 pounds/day .first problem is this hotel is in side streets of Jam- Fana ( main square) nobody can find this hotel easily.I get help to find it and pay 20.00 dirhams to local guide.after 30 minutes of wasting my time check in my room that is like box room and very old like a 500 years old castle. top of it seprate toilet for common use.narrow stairs.i felt like i,am in year 1600 era.Finally i would say dont ever stay at that kind of hotels if you afford 20.00 pounds you can find 100 time better hotels around.

We stayed as a couple for a few nights during our travels around Morocco. The staff is incredibly helpful considering we weren't the easiest guests with our requests. The rooms are very clean, but some of them are incredibly small. On the first night we've had quite possibly the smallest hotel room I've ever seen. Fortunately the staff upgraded us to a reasonably sized one after a quick request, free of charge. All the beds were incredibly comfy, every corridor and corner has a working CCTV camera. We've felt very safe and welcome. We've had cheap locally bought phone chargers breaking on us and receptionist was kind enough to offer us his for the duration of our stay. Highly recommended for location, only 2 minutes walk from the main square

You get what you pay, is a nice normal place, my room was fine, it was what i was waiting for and i had a place to brush my teeth in my room which it was great. The shower is cool, hot water all the time, but sometimes they dont have paper on the toilet, so take always paper with you. The guy on reception was very nice, Havid was hes name, i was there talking to him about hes life in Morocco and what he thinks about it, i always like to ask local people things about their country ans how they live there. The only thing i really hated was the wi'fi, they have one, but is very slow, super super super slow and sometimes it just doesn't work at all, im glad i out internet on my phone ate the airport. so do the same guys. Good luck for Havid and all the best for him and hes family.

The hotel is well situated but you should becareful if you go there late at night because the area is empty and people will approach you to show you the hotel place in exchange for money. The front desk is not 24/24. We arrived there ar 2 am and the doors were closed. The receptionist was asleep and did not like to open tje door again for us to bring some bags from the car. He said he needed to sleep. The rooms are so hot and most of them lack a window. I don't see how the country allow places like that to rent rooms without a window. Also, the rooms are not soundproof. I could hear my neighbours speak at night and a baby was crying almost the whole night. I could find other people's hair on the pillows. I am sure they do not change the covers every now and then. Our stay there was a big mistake. We are sure you can find better deals. Stay away from this place.

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Dar...
  • Free WiFi in rooms and ...
  • Rooftop terrace
  • 24-hour front desk

Located in Medina, Hotel Aday is within a 10-minute walk of popular sights such as Dar Si Said Museum and El Badi Palace. This 7-room hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, a rooftop terrace, and a 24-hour front desk.


Rooms

Guests can expect to find free WiFi.


Property features

A rooftop terrace and free WiFi in public areas are featured at Hotel Aday. Airport transportation is made easy with an airport shuttle for a fee (available 24 hours). The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with luggage storage and securing valuables.

Room options

Superior Twin Room, Private Bathroom

Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Triple Room, Shared Bathroom

Twin 3 | Sleeps 3

Basic Twin Room, Private Bathroom

Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Basic Double Room, Private Bathroom

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

74.0% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 165 reviews