First of all, I only speak English and Spanish, and the hotel staff only speak Arabic and French. Other than that, the place is nice. It's small but clean and you can't beat the price online...you'd have to go there and shop around for a better deal. The WIFI is only available in the lobby. The staff was super nice and helpful. They escorted me around when it was late and I needed dinner. I didn't like that the staff smoked in the lobby, but this is Morocco and it's hard to get away from smoke.
"If you like modern and comfortable rooms for less"
We had to make some stops to ask for directions, but if you are near, there are banners in a few streets to give directions. The room exceeded our expectations because the room was large, had tv with lots of movie channels, a small but modern bathroom and our bed was very comfortable (the extra stretcher and baby bed not so (the 'crib' was broken, but still save to sleep in). The personnel were ok. They have a computer with Internet in the lobby that visitors use for free. There is a distance to the center, but we hired a car and the last day we took the cab. Tip: the small cabs take only three people. We were with 4 (my husband and me and our two small children. If we were lucky the cab drivers accept more money for taking us all together.
(the day before we came from hotel Du Louvre; we woke up feeling seek of the dust, overactive airco and smelly sheets. We don't understand why that hotel has 3 stars and Manzil 2 when it definitely should be the other way around)
The staff was extremely friendly and helpful. We traveled to the hotel in a rental car, and know that you do actually drive through the arch into the old city - if you are from the US you may think you can't bring a car into the old city, but you can. We were two women on our own, and the staff made us feel very comfortable. We didn't eat at the raid, but dined at a local fish restaurant recommended by the staff. We would not have chosen this restaurant on our own, but are so glad the staff recommended it - delicious, authentic and inexpensive. Internet connection was excellent. It is located in the heart of the Portuguese city (which is why most people want to visit El Jadida) and just 200 m from the main market. The riad is safe and secure. It is a great guesthouse if you want to relax for short or long-stay.
Laura from Fellsmere, FL
The guest house in El Jadida , Maison d'Hôtes de la Cité Portugaise, is located by the port and the beach on the Atlantic …More
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