Villa De L'O

Address: 3 rue Mohamed Ben Messaoud, Essaouira, 44100, Morocco | 4 star inn
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This 4 star inn, located on 3 rue Mohamed Ben Messaoud, Essaouira, is near Ranch de Diabat and Zouina-cheval.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsVilla De L'O Essaouira

    Reviewed by debbie.chung

    A charming boutique villa oozing ambience.

    Reviewed Apr 17, 2014
    by (30 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    A charming boutique villa that oozed ambience. I felt like Rudyard Kipling in Africa. Our room was furnished in antiquated (dare I say, 'safari' style) furniture. The wardrobe/chest of drawers was a beautifully crafted leather and wooden chest on wheels, the writing desk a portable wooden chest with leather inlaid writing surface and the wooden framed chairs foldable with stretched leather seats. A peaceful central patio/courtyard area fills the villa with light from the glass roofed top that opens during the day allowing the little local sparrows in. View from the top of the villa is great and it is 500m from the Bus station.

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    Villa de L'O - view from upstairs
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Villa De L'O Essaouira

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Essaouira

    Spices, seabass and sightseeing

    A travel blog entry by ruthii on Apr 04, 2015

    ... by the seashells - the emblem of the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostella, and there is still a church in operation in the city. The whole place has the air of being a melting pot of cultures, and this in turn adds to the charm and charisma of the city.

    We climbed through the narrow, winding streets, dog legs of cobbled streets, full of treasures of trinkets and art, twisting and turning off the main arteries. Passing under arches and past thick, sturdy walls, there ...

    Essence of Essaouria

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jun 01, 2014

    56 photos

    ... printed. Premium paper (laminate) wasn't available and they didn't do as good a job, but it will do. On way back, we hailed a horse and carriage. We were told by print shop director that the rate is 2 dh (25 cents) per person. Some drivers are honest and others will try to ask a "special tourist rate". After we pointed out to one driver that we knew the normal rate was 2 dh, he replied, "But you are tourists." He accepted our 5 dirham (with ...

    Day out in Essaouira

    A travel blog entry by leanneroles on Feb 07, 2014

    5 photos

    ... the way. All over Morocco we've passed police check points on the road where they may or may not pull you over to check your vehicle registration. We'd been stopped once before on our ten day trip and Hamid had to show all his paper work, license, registration, insurance, tourist operators license etc, as well as dig out the warning sign from under all our luggage which he has to carry by law in case of break down. Of course all ...

    Perfection and hell

    A travel blog entry by travellinghands on Jun 01, 2013

    23 photos

    ... or laying on the sand means that you WILL instantly get
    covered in the stuff. It gets in your eyes, mouth, ears, hair, and
    you will very often get whipped by the sand every time the wind blows
    around you (which is all the time). IF you can stand this, then
    stripping off is your next problem. If it wasn't for the wind,
    Essaouira would be lovely and hot...but with the wind, it is not. It
    can sometimes border on cold (especially at night). So if you want ...

    Aid el Kebir

    A travel blog entry by rita.k on Nov 20, 2010

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... hung on a clothes line in the window, and then small pieces are torn off and used to wrap the meat before sticking it on the brochette.

    Since there is a whole sheep that needs to be eaten, people continue to eat meat all the time the following days. A lot of businesses are closed and schools are off until next Monday too. I have had more meat in 2 days than what I have had in a long time! The fun thing is that the
    local people ...

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    Villa de L'O - view from upstairs
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    Rooftop - Villa de L'O
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    A welcome drink - mint tea
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