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All reviews close to the main square great location morocco tours churros cable tv bread breakfast was delicious rooms are comfortable blue city excellent stay warm hospitality shower head spent one night seating area mint tea small hotel fresh orange juice
Stayed 2 nights due to booking by Adrar Tours.
The room with attached bathroom stunning & perfect. Very clean, GREAT shower, good lighting & crisp clean white sheets.
Fátima & her team provided a very yummy breakfast both mornings with the best fresh orange juice,...More
Riad Assilah didn't reply to my queries so I was a little anxious about our booking and how to get there from the bus station (we took CTM bus from Fes to Chefchauon, which was a good 5 hours ride). As it turned out, we...More
The Riad Assilah is an absolute delight. It is not grand, just very pretty, very comfortable and perfectly located (although we got lost trying to get back on the first night!).
It is within 50m of the main square and so it is easy to...More
Riad Assilah is off the beaten path for driving in -- but actually in the Chaouen medina. You will have to carry your bags in from the main road up several stairs of varying heights.
The rooms are comfortable, with air conditioning if you need...More
we had a lovely stay at Riad Assilah. The host was so welcoming. The room and lobby area was very clean. We were greeted and helped with our bags from the car park area and given home made lovely sweet snacks. We would definitely stay...More
I absolutely agree - Beldi bab Ssour.! We really enjoyed food there ;it’s quirky ,busy, and authentic! I would avoid the restaurants facing the square with the young touts trying to cajole passers-by into their eating at the... More
I absolutely agree - Beldi bab Ssour.! We really enjoyed food there ;it’s quirky ,busy, and authentic! I would avoid the restaurants facing the square with the young touts trying to cajole passers-by into their eating at the particular restaurant. Food is more expensive and not nearly as nice. We also stayed at Riad Assilah - just ask the young man at front desk for directions, it’s not far , just around the corner really.