Eden Andalou Hotel Aquapark & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
TravelPod Member ReviewsEden Andalou Hotel Aquapark & Spa Marrakech
The hotel was amazing, the ambience breath-taking, the pool area a dream- the buffet fantastic. I would definitely recommend this place. We got this deal through groupon and for what we paid, it was worthwile- i would never pay the full price though. The hotel needs some renovation but all in all- splendid. The rooms are big- the beds comfortable.
The only thing that needs to be addressed: The massages. We were supposed to have a 30 min massage every day. On the first day, it was a 15 min caress- the ladies were yawning and were seemingly not bothered to massage me and my friend with whom I shared the massage room with. The second day we complained and the massage was still just 25min but it was a whole lot better. I do recommend Miriam (or was it Mariam). She is amazing. The third day was reasonable too even though they yet again did not reach the 30min. It's important to speak to them at the Spa reception.
Further, at check-out they added taxes to our hotel bill to our surprise. It was moderate, nevertheless: We did not know about it.
Doesnt matter- the overall impression I had of this place was positive!
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