Hotel Oudaya

147 Rue Mohammed el Bequal, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $39.00
 

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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 147 Rue Mohammed el Bequal, Marrakech, is near Ali Ben Youssef Medersa (Madrasa), Bahia Palace, Koutoubia Mosque and Minaret, and Museum of Marrakesh.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Oudaya Marrakech

    Reviewed by twovines

    Nice little three star

    Reviewed May 15, 2013
    by (22 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Good hotel. Nice clean rooms. Ours has a balcony over the road so rather noisy. Single beds are quite small - not adult size - but comfortable. Lovely swimming pool. Unfortunately the wifi does not seem to work even in reception area!

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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Oudaya Marrakech

    Okay but quite far out

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    I have been travelling to Marrakech since 1980 and decided to take my wife to the Oudaya for a New Year break. The hotel was okay but in the new town and a good 45 minute hike from la place. The room was cold (in December as soon as the sun goes down the temperature plummets - it also rained solidly for 2 days) and the heating didn't work to start with. When the caretaker fixed the heating it blew very little warm air. Immediately when this was fixed I came down with a bout of flu - I don't know if the 2 were connected. We had lumpy pillows filled with 1 inch square chunks of foam which we finally got replaced with slightly less lumpy pillows (about half an inch). The meals however were very good as was the dining room service. Our transfer back to the airport on the last day was a different story. Our rep, a man called Mohammed, picked us up from the hotel an hour before the flight was due to leave. Despite rushing him and telling him to step on it we almost didn't make the flight. The desk was closed, the aircraft doors were closed and it was only through quite a bit of pleading that the officials decided to let us through. 10 mins before the plane was due to take off we were running across the tarmac to the plane and they had to put the steps against the fuselage again. In hindsite it was a bit of fun.

    VERY CORRECT HOTEL / Hôtel très correct

    from

    Suite à ce que j'avais lu dans vos compte-rendus, je suis partie pas très sereine. En fait, j'ai trouvé cet hotel très correct, chambre sur patio avec fontaine, personnel très agréable, possiblité de repas pris à l'extérieur, en face de la piscine. Bref, hotel tout à fait correct situé dans le GUELIZ, quartier très intéressant (cinéma à proximité, librairie très intéressante, marocains très agréable, prêt à rendre service sans contrepartie, quartier reposant par rapport à la MEDINA), à conseiller. Petit bémol, qt à l'hotel, menus proposés un peu routinier surtour si pension complète. Possibilité toutefois de demander des modifications au menu (omelette, etc..) En fait je n'ai pas compris les impressions défavorables ressenties sur le site TRIP ADVISOR

    Terrible service

    from

    Hotel was clean and well located. But the service was terrible. Staff were unsmiling, unhelpful and unfriendly. Don't ask for towels for the swimming pool! Would never stay here again and definately not to be recommended. Seems like a typical below-average tourist hotel.

    Average hotel

    from

    Stayed here overnight when we visited Marrakech from Agadir, I don't think I could have stayed much longer.

    It's a basic hotel with basic fixtures and fittings, I wouldn't say it's unclean but it looked like it could do with a facelift.

    The pool is small, the bar area isn't great and breakfast was pretty uninspiring, I could imagine if you stayed there for a whole week, you would get pretty bored of it.

    It's pretty handy for getting to the centre of Marrakech and the staff seemed friendly enough but I wouldn't return.

    If your looking for somewhere you can rest your head this hotel is fine but I don't think I'd return again.

    Nice hotel

    from

    Having read the 1st review I was preparing for the worst but this hotel is perfectly OK! Travelling as an adult family of 4 we needed 3 rooms and they were provided next to each other without asking. The initial rooms were a bit small, we asked to be moved and we were (adjacent rooms again although the hotel seemed quite full).

    You get what you pay for

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    I stayed here for 3 nights in Mar 06. It's not the Ritz but it's not a Travel inn either! I can see why some people would be disappointed as it's not your usual Thomsons holiday resort, but I've stayed in a lot worse for the price. An odd location, you have to find your own entertainment in a downtown area, but I don't think it's the hotel's fault - more the traveller for not researching properly/your travel company for not prewarning you. You do need to get a good grip of the area beforehand, get a good guide book. Be prepared you are not in a swish part of town. We walked to the Medina once, and got taxis the other times. The hotel staff were reasonably helpful and the breakfasts were fine, the rooms were clean and serviced daily. Didn't eat here in the evenings. The restaurant about 10 mins round the corner - Charley's was perfectly adequate. Be prepared for the attention you will get if you are a lady travelling - but as long as you don't encourage it - it's not threatening.

    Clean, friendly, budget hotel

    from

    Was worried after reading previous review classing this hotel as awful - it isn't. The room was fine, clean, comfortable bed, nice bathroom, hot showers, balcony etc. Staff were friendly (particularly helpful when an excursion i was booked on was late turning up), courtyard pool a very pleasant area. Well positioned for good restaurants (try Bagatelle, Rotisserie or Trattoria)and only 5 min very cheap taxi ride (less than £1)to main square. Marrakech is wonderful and the hotel provides a clean and safe environment from which to explore. Food is nothing to write home about so wouldn't want more than B&B (Cafe Negoiciants is much better for great coffee and fresh coissants and only 2 mins walk). I will go back to Marrakech and if I can't afford a luxurious riad I'd quite happily go to the Oudaya.

    Lovely small hotel !

    from

    Just returned fro mour twin centre holiday, marrekech-Agadir !

    Impersonal budget hotel used by package tours

    from

    Impersonal budget hotel, in a location that is ok for visiting sites, but you will need to use taxis costing less than £1.25 to reach them. Some rooms are bigger and better than others so try to get relocated if you get the small ones facing a wall. The ones facing the courtyards are best and bigger and most courtyard ground floor rooms have terraces.

    Awful

    from

    Small dingy in a seedy area - there are some rather unseemly bars immediately outside the front door. Linen in restaurant flithy - No way - again here.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Oudaya Marrakech

    3.00 of 5 stars Good