The holiday from hell
Posted May 6, 2012
The hotel is situated on the main road in the industrial area ten miles outside Casablanca. The heavy traffic noise was constant. We never got to visit the beach apart from the dirty, rubble-strewn, rocky coast of the city. There were no staff on duty at the hotel outside meal times, so it was impossible to buy drinks or food during the day. No-one spoke English and it was not possible to change money at the hotel.
Breakfast was standard and minimal. There was no choice of cuisine. The pool is very small, though clean. There were two broken, plastic sun-loungers - no mattresses. The room was damp as there was no ventilation in the bathroom. The toilet did not flush properly.
Service was almost non-existant, though friendly enough. Nothing we ordered was produced as we had requested.
The Gite Nadia is not a suitable place for anyone to holiday at. It is fine for a stop-over for anyone doing business in Casablanca. The only sights near the hotel are the slums, which are very depressing for anyone wishing to have a relaxing break away from home.