Ratings based on 175 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.8 Room cleanliness
4.8 Service & staff
4.8 Room comfort
4.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby David from New York
Great small hotel in the Kasbah.Posted Aug 30, 2013
This is a nice experience. It's a small hotel with character and well done, but not so old that it is falling apart, The rooms are quite comfortable and well decorated, the grounds well attended. The staff is very personable and attentive. Nice pool, and the common areas are fun to lounge in, with a nice breakfast. A good place to spend the hot part of the day. The hotel is inside the Kasbah, an area in the huge Medina. If you want sunlight and bright windows, you don't stay in a Medina. Finding it is not the easiest if you're on your own, and getting there with a car was an interesting experience, but worth it. The area at night, though safe, is a bit dark and unsettling, so if you're easily scared by different cultures, it may not be for you. I really like it and thought it was a welcome change from the larger modern hotel chains or the smaller, older guest houses.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Relaxing hotel in MedinaPosted Aug 21, 2013
Lovely small hotel, with very friendly and accommodating staff. Good location in Medina.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Simply awesome hotelPosted Jul 29, 2013
We had an awesome time in Les Borjs de la Kasbah. The hotel is strategically located only 15 min cab ride from the airport and within a walking distance from Jamaa el-Fnaa square and the souk. It's an oasis of calm and relaxation in the middle of the buzzing, crowded city. Throughout our entire stay, the hotel staff were very friendly, welcoming and helpful. They made our stay very comfortable and pleasant. Our room was spacious, very comfortable and clean. It felt like home! We also booked camel rides and cooking classes with the hotel, which were both so much fun! Overall, for the four short days that we stayed in Les Borjs de la Kasbah, the hotel offered a perfect balance of activities, fun and complete relaxation.
Recommendedby Gordon from Balcombe, UK
Watch the little things .....Posted Jul 17, 2013 on Hotels.com
The hotel was very nice and about a 20-25min stroll to "Djemaa El-Fna" so not the most central. Staff have been nice, breakfast enjoyable and all-in-all the place was OK - with two minor exceptions.... I visited the bar one evening, the cold drinks have been warm - certainly not at a temperateure that you could find refreshing. I also ate in the restaurant one evening, the food was OK, but again the drinks have not been chilled - the wine was nothing short of hot! Again, on the subject of drinks, they have no real system to record what you use from the mini-bar in the room, and in my case overcharged me. I knew that I had not had a drink each evening as on one day they left the fridge open after re-stocking it, so everything was as warm as the bar! This is an unfortunate lack of attention to detail as everything else was fine, and without these little issues, I would happily have stayed there again ... but with so much choice, I may well be tempted to try another if I return.
for Everyoneby Carol from Sandgate, Kent, UK
Marvelous, authentic MarrakechPosted Jun 20, 2013
Pros: Individuality, the staff, the location.
Location: Perfect for visiting the old town and seeing the 'unpolished' part of the city but within easy access to the newer areas.
This hotel is absolutely perfect in terms of location for the old town - the square being only a 10 minute walk away and I loved every aspect of it. You really feel that you're in Marrakech. The staff are all really friendly and cannot do enough to help you enjoy your stay with them, I really wouldn't hesitate to recommend this hotel.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
good weekend breakPosted May 23, 2013
Beautiful hotel, very peaceful, beautiful and relaxing with welcoming and helpful staff.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Peacefulness in the old city.Posted May 9, 2013
Pros: Quiet yet close to city activity.
Cons: More beer in the Mimi-bar.
Nice hotel with friendly service and great atmosphere.
for Everyoneby Eva and Paul from Twickenham, Greater London, UK
Super relax.Posted Apr 21, 2013
Pros: Privacy. It has been cleverly designed to make you feel as you were sharing a friends house, rather than a hotel.
Cons: The lunch and the evening meal are optional, expensive and not as good as something you would get outside, the location allows you a great choice.
Location: Kasbah belongs to the mountain people - Berbers, where they lived for centuries. It is safe. Read general guidelines for traveling in that area.
Excellent retreat from the busy, hot streets of Marakech. You step into luxury to enjoy your creature comforts. Great location, near to centre 20 min walk or just around 30 dirham taxi ride. Big, quiet rooms offer privacy and comfort polite staff make it a great place to relax.
for Everyoneby Steve from New Forest District, Hampshire, UK
perfect in every wayPosted Apr 12, 2013
Location: quiet and convenient
This place is wonderful, and without fault, the staff do their utmost to make you feel welcome and happy - from the welcome mint tea on arrival, to the amazing breakfasts each morning , and the lovely - well priced - Moroccan dinner, which we had one evening. The pool and Spa/Hamman area is tranquil - pool is heated too! Special mention to Darek, who actually went out of his way to buy us a Supratours coach ticket.He also organised a great daytrip for the two of us and another solo traveller in the hotel's minibus up to the Ourika Valley to see the waterfalls at Setti Fatma. There is nothing not to love here. One tip, don't take any notice of scroungers outside and on the walk up to the tourist areas (and everywhere else in Marrakech too) - they will try to tell you that the road ahead is "closed". its a ploy to ask you for money when they have you all alone, or to direct you subltly to their mate's spice/slipper/etc shop. The whole idea is to get you somewhere a little quiet before requesting some money. As anyone who's been to Marrakech before will attest, It's virtually impossible not to fall for someone's story at some time. the best insurance is just not to have a 100dirham note as your smallest change - just make sure you have a few 5 dirham coins in your pocket to quickly hand over and scarper quickly - and put it down to experience, and enjoy laughing about it when you tell the tale later (as i am doing now!)
for Couplesby H&S from Auckland, NZ
Quite possibly the best place we've ever stayed!Posted Mar 28, 2013
Pros: Complimentary sweets and tea on arrival,super friendly staff, and the cleaners arranged our bedcover every morning, with FRESH flowers :)
Location: Handy to the Medinah, without all of the noise of being right in it
Gorgeous! Helpful friendly staff, AMAZING courtyard and room. Great location. Will definitely be returning!