Riad Casa Lila

Address: 94 Rue Mohamel El Qorry, Essaouira, 44000, Morocco | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 94 Rue Mohamel El Qorry, Essaouira, is near Ranch de Diabat and Zouina-cheval.
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      A travel blog entry by sosbeag on Aug 10, 2014

      ... role is primarily for tourists. You can take in the essaouira beach by horse, camel, quad or even by boat, we chose to walk. When not avoiding quadbikes, horses, soccer matches and camels we were avoiding kites being launched from the shoreline, i counted between 20-30 kitesurfers each day.

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      A travel blog entry by tanya.lesiuk on Dec 10, 2013

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      ... I awake, shower, and head downstairs to see what sort of breakfast will be offered, since I did pay for this in my room fee. Considering I am the only one there I don't expect much of a to do but something would be appreciated if I'm paying and extra euro fifty for it. So, the guy who checked me in is no where to be found and only the arabic ladies who own the place are there in the other room. I'm not really sure who is suppose to be preparing the breakfast but can't ...

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      A travel blog entry by susiewoo on Mar 04, 2013

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      A travel blog entry by vamos_pa_ya on May 20, 2012

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      A travel blog entry by lyncraven on Aug 25, 2011

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