Ratings based on 4 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.2 out of 5
4.0 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
3.8 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
4 out of 5
for Couples
by A verified traveler

Nice Riad !!

Posted May 12, 2014
Location: N/A--We were only there overnight and left for another city in the AM
This Riad was nice overall with a pleasant staff that took care of us. The room was a bit dated but not bad. The courtyard is very nice coming up to the hotel.
3 out of 5
by Cathie from UK

Nice Moroccan House set in lovely gardens

Posted Mar 30, 2014
Pros: The peaceful location and the gardens. The room was comfortable and clean
Cons: The false impression given by their website which is dishonest and unfair on visitors booking to stay here
Location: The location is quiet and nice to return to but out of the way for all the main attractions. There are eating places within walking distance
I have visited Morocco before and am a fairly well experienced traveller. On this trip my daughter and myself had a pleasant stay at this B and B though without the No 16 bus route it would have been difficult to get around. Petit taxis are cheap but drivers don't know where anything is if it is more than about 2 miles from the medina. The pool and gardens were lovely and the staff were generally helpful but if booking here you need to know that their website is making false claims!! this is not a luxury hotel, there is no restaurant, there is no hammam or spa or beauty treatments as stated. You can organise to be taken into the medina but not after 6pm! Fatima who serves breakfast and soft drinks during the day was very helpful but was unable to make us a salad for lunch one day no explanation given as all staff have limited English. Do not be pushed into the Ourika Valley trip until you have looked at other tours doing the same thing. We went in a party of 5 women in a people carrier which was fine. However the guides, who were 2 young men, had their own agenda as to what we were to see and do for the day. A Berber House, was part of the advertised trip, though it was not until we insisted and they overheard us say we would not pay the remainder of the trip money that we were taken to one. Lastly, they do not have a machine for you to pay by card they only deal in cash. Do not believe the rubbish story about the machine being broken it is not true.
5 out of 5
for Couples
by james & michelle from london

very friendly place

Posted Oct 4, 2013 on Hotels.com
we stayed at villa guest in sept and found villa guest to be a very nice place to stay with friendly and very helpful staff, it had a lovely pool and nice seating areas to relax. the food at the villa guest was very tasty and filling the rooms were nicely done and cleaned every day, the outside was very well looked after by the staff. the only down side was it was not a spa area. but villa guest is just a bus ride away from the town and the square which is nice or the staff can take you. You can also book trips at the villa, and a nice restaurant near by to eat very nice food ask the manager for details.
5 out of 5
by Aaron from Monument, CO

Good value & safe location

Posted Jun 24, 2013 on Hotels.com
my wife and I stayed here 4 nights, and we're really glad we chose this place over a Riad in the Medina. The staff was very friendly and even helped us upgrade our room when we had minor problems with our first room. Villa Guest has everything that you need, but at about 35 euro less than any other place. Bus 16 goes to the main square and souks, and takes about 30 minutes. We used the bus several times, no need to rent a car. Also, the market near the guest house has good prices. We did two different day tours and our tour company (Imzi tours) had not problem picking us up each day and dropping us off at this location. If you want a good value, in a safe area, with a pool and a modest breakfast in the morning, I would recommend staying here. The room overlooking the pool is by far the best one.