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We have chosen the Fellah Hotel in Tassoultante, just outside of Marrakech, mainly to escape the busy life of the Medina. We had a Junior Suite with a large balcony overviewing the swimming pool which was fabulous. Our two dinners by the poolside were also...More
This cool hotel is full of really nice concept and idea and really a place where you will see yourself staying!
But they are definitely missing the Know-how to run a place and maintain it...
Maintenance when you have a jewel you keep it and...More
Stayed 4 days at the hotel. The service is the worst I have ever seen, there were cockroaches in our room. The food is beyond disgusting.
So so disappointed when the place looked so beautiful.
There is no wifi in certain rooms. We had been...More
I visit the Fellah Hotel this April with my family. The Place promis to be a Family getaways, a paradise for kids with farm animals, a cool ambient for the hipster parents with beautiful gardens. So to be fair the pool is beautiful and surrounded...More
Well we arrived and our villa wasn't cleaned at all there were items from the last lot that stayed
We weren't told there's a donkey and sheep pen right outside our front door
The pool was dirty
The telephone for room...More
Response from KMAS293732 | Reviewed this property |
Hello, restaurant is fully operational. The place is never busy even if full as it is it built on an extensive land with separate villas. I advise you to rent a car even if hotel can arrange transportation. Especially that... More
Hello, restaurant is fully operational. The place is never busy even if full as it is it built on an extensive land with separate villas. I advise you to rent a car even if hotel can arrange transportation. Especially that surroundings are worth visiting (Oukaimeden, Ourika, Terre d’Amanar, Jardins Majorelle &Yves Saint Laurent Museum, Marrakech itself).
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"deluxe & superior rooms tend to be on the ground & lower ground floors; suits tend to be on the first..."