Le Meridien N'fis5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Large hotel with all the amenities. Rooms as you would expect. You could be in major resort in the country and it would be the same. Food was varied, service good. Was quite a walk to the Medina, maybe 1 1/2 miles.
I stayed here for a couple nights on a small group tour. It is an older hotel. The personnel with whom I had contact were pleasant and helpful. The location is fine...just across from a shopping mall. The room was clean. The bed and bedding were comfortable. Complaint: The bell person/baggage handler literally dropped a small bag in the room. Ouch! I had dinner in the hotel at a buffet. It was better than I expected. As a clam lover, the mussels were very good...ditto the veggie salads. There was fish, beef with gravy, baby shrimp, etc. Cream puffs and small chocolate cakes for desert were also quite good. I returned for the breakfast buffet and was pleased once again. There was an egg station preparing omelets and eggs to order. There was a companion station with a chef preparing tortillas/oil/eggs/semolina. (I don't know the name.) There was a smoothie station. And, of course, the usual fruit and baked goods. They also had sausage and mini burgers. All in all a very nice buffet breakfast. This was clearly the best breakfast for an American spending a week in Morocco.
The hotel was quite nice, very resort like, but my real reason for submitting this review is to bring attention to one of Le Meridien employees. We were visiting as part of a group touring Morocco in May. We checked emails on our phone and were surprised to hear of a family emergency back home. We choose not to have a phone plan for our cell when we travel overseas, so we were at a loss as to how we were going to get a better understanding of what was happening back home. We approached the front desk of the hotel and were greeted by Fatima Zahra, who offered to help. Not only did she provide us with great suggestions for keeping "in touch" using certain apps, but then she handed us her personal phone, and told us to call home, to help put our minds at ease. Fatima exemplifies what customer service should be and for that we feel she needs to be recognized. Thank you Fatima !!!!
I stayed here as part of a tour and I was disappointed in the standard and quality of the room. For a Meridien property, I had higher expectations and found the room tired and in need of an upgrade. The breakfast buffet was very good as was the wifi in the room. The public areas of the hotel was nice.
I spent a couple of days in the hotel for a congress and really loved it. The hotel is exremely well located and very convenient for business and leisure alike. The hotel staff is polite, very friendly and exremely helpful and really achieves to make one feel very welcome from the very first minute. The breakfast buffet is vast, with lots of choises and a typically maroccoan touch. Their Le Marrocain Restaurants serves excellent moroccoan food with lovely waiters and the pool area is play- and beautiful. I also liked the rooms a lot - although they might need a little renovation, they are very spacious, beautifully decorated and extremely clean. There is always a little surprise when you come back to your room - chocolate, additional water, flowers... Don't forgett to take a long stroll in the marvelous gardens of the hotel.
This place is disgusting. The internet didn't work, the minibar leaked water all night so I had a puddle of standing water at the foot of my bed and the bathtub put out poopy pee water. I would send my worst enemy here and laugh while he wallowed in the filth.
Lovely hotel with beautiful grounds.The location is perfect away from the hustle&bustle but close enough to get to the main square & other sights (walking 30min ish, taxi 10mins - dont pay anything more than 20-30 MAD for taxi).There is also a shopping mall across from the hotel with plenty of eateries and a terrace, theres also a carefour & few other shops.The rooms were very comfortable & spacious, as I was travelling with my elderly parents I had requested rooms next to each other & was pleased to find we were given connecting rooms.Breakfast was very nice with plenty of choice. The staff were friendly & helpfull but their response times were not great. I had to ring/ask several times for sheets to be changed as they didn't look clean, this was when we had checked in. The hotels housekeeping, was not great either. The towels were changed every day but the clean towels had marks on them, same with the sheets & there was always dust in the room.
Youssef is the hotel's chief concierge and did an exceptional job helping me when I wasn't well plus a number of other items / activities he assisted with. As for the hotel was a major disappointment. Was last in Marrakech in 2004 and stayed here then. I think other than changing the towels and the sheets, nothing else has changed. Sadly the property is very run down. The hall runner carpets on my floor were worn and filthy. As for the room, bed comfort was okay. But rooms very basic, paint peeling off the roof, many tiles missing grout. Water pressure okay not brilliant. A sign on the doors to the garden to advising to lock them but the chain latch on the wall is missing. Air conditioning loud and barely cools the room at the lowest temperature. Wi-Fi was good. Breakfast was serviceable but nothing special. Sad for the staff to work in the environment. Would be reluctant to return.
The Le Meridien is not the most glamorous place in Marrakech. Its location is perfect, 10 mins walk from both the Medina and new town, the staff that want to please, and value for money, budget conscious travellers should consider this hotel. We were upgraded to a suite, and it's very nice but this hotel is in dire need of a refresh. Across the road is a mall with supermarket and restaurants so no need to hang around the place. If it's only one or two nights and you don't plan to spend much time here then it's worthwhile.
The gardens are beautiful but the rooms are Best Western quality. Paint chipped on the building...bathrooms need a total renovation. The gout is dirty in the bathroom and just plan sad rooms. It was bought out by the Le Meridien 15 years ago, it need a complete face lift in the rooms. Really disappointed. Stay at the Sofitel.
- Walking distance to Palais des Congres
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
Located in Hivernage within a short walk of Palais des Congres, Le Meridien N'fis is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as Menara Gardens. This 5-star hotel welcomes guests with 277 rooms and conveniences like a full-service spa, an outdoor pool, and free in-room WiFi. Near the airport, it's also near Jamaa el Fna and Koutoubia Minaret.
Free buffet breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning. This hotel is home to 3 onsite restaurants, perfect for a quick bite to eat. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or explore the hotel and get a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café.
All 277 air-conditioned rooms feature minibars, safes, and phones. Guests can expect to find plasma TVs and stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, bathrobes, and bidets. Rooms also include desks.
At Le Meridien N'fis, guests enjoy a full-service spa, an outdoor pool, and a children's pool. You can put free parking to good use if you drive. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with concierge services, luggage storage, and securing valuables. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include a fitness center, a sauna, and an outdoor tennis court.
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69% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1577 reviews