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The Dellarosa Hotel is located in the heart of the city, close to the bustling shopping area and only a few minutes’ walk from the ancient walls, the famous main square Jemaa el-Fna and the vibrant souks.
All of the luxurious rooms at the Dellarosa Hotel come with a wide variety of amenities to ensure you feel right at home during your stay. Each room includes premium bedding, a private bathroom, a work area, Wi-Fi access, a satellite TV with DVD player, air-conditioning, a mini bar, a personal safe, a coffee machine and in-room dining. A laundry service is available.
Relax and rejuvenate in the traditional Moroccan Hammam, soak in the Jacuzzi or treat yourself to a new look in the beauty salon. Alternatively, enjoy a work out in the on-site fitness centre. A tasty breakfast is served each morning (package dependent) and the La Table D'aida restaurant offers a delicious menu for an evening meal. After a busy day, sip on a cool cocktail in Le 500 bar or relax on the hotel’s sunny terrace. The hotel is also home to a large outdoor swimming pool, a concierge service and a 24-hour reception desk.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 80
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- Room Service Not 24hr: Yes
- In Room Safe
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Laundry/Dry Cleaning Services
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Treatment Rooms
- Jacuzzi Free: No
- Gym Free: No
- Name: Marrakech-Menara Airport
- Distance: 15 kilometres
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 06:00
- Monday to Friday: 06:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:00
- Monday to Friday: 10:00
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Airport Name: Marrakech-Menara Airport Distance: 15 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 1170 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Good stay, Great staff.
Stay Date: 03/2018, Nathan T wrote this review.
When we stayed at DellaRosa our package provided us an upgrade to a Junior Suite, just to be clear about the comments about the room itself. In General The public areas of the hotel are well maintained and finished in a very fitting manner for Moroc… See more
When we stayed at DellaRosa our package provided us an upgrade to a Junior Suite, just to be clear about the comments about the room itself. In General The public areas of the hotel are well maintained and finished in a very fitting manner for Morocco. Our initial greeting was friendly and welcoming, no need to stand at a reception desk, we were directed to take a seat in an area to the side while the manager came back and forth to obtain the necessary documents and gives us the key, etc. Meanwhile we were offered mint tea and a little sweet tidbit. A very nice touch after a longish flight. Just a few minor asides, If you're staying in what I took to be the older wing of the hotel (room numbers from 100 to 500 I think, there are a set of stairs (or a very steep ramp) to access them, so if you have any mobility issues make sure you let the hotel know when booking to avoid those rooms. We were only given one room key, it's not a major issue, and I've noticed a few hotels don't given two keys, even to a couple, unless specifically asked but it seems like when a couple is checking in surely providing two room keys should be the default? I presume they're doing some refurbishment work on the facilities, I'm not certain but I certainly hope some of the work we saw on level 3 isn't 'finished', otherwise they've let their painter at least get away with some pretty shoddy work. The Room As I said we had an upgrade to a junior suite, so we had a separate 'living' room and bedroom. The Living room was very spacious, and in fact seemed a little sparsely furnished. We had a little bar-fridge in the room which was a godsend to keep some cold drinks in the room to come back to. (Just watch the setting, otherwise it will freeze your bottles of water). The bedroom was smallish but comfortable, One small oddity was that the beds were twin beds pushed together, which not unusual in itself, but in this case the hotel opted to keep the separate single bedding sets on. It was quite literally two single beds next to each other. (Not such a bad thing if your partner is a it of a bed hog though!) The two not so good things about the room; - No view, we looked across a narrow space at the balconies of a residential unit block. - The bathroom was pretty lackluster. It was very small, I've encountered bigger bathrooms in budget city center hotels. I can't fathom the architect which created a tiny bathroom while providing such a generously sized living area. The bathroom had definitely seen better days, the tile grouting needs a good scrub, and it appears they got the new blind apprentice to do the silicone around the bathtub. It needed a clean itself. There was no shower screen or curtain so the whole bathroom tended to get wet. The Staff Were without fail great throughout our stay. On a couple of occasions we struggled with communication a little, but their English is far better than my non-existent Arabic or French and with a bit of patience we got our point across. The Facilities We availed ourselves of the onsite spa, which I'll do a separate review of, but in short was a good experience. The hotel does have a swimming pool, but it is effectively overlooked by the reception area, so I was a bit reluctant to use it. It also closes at 6pm, hopefully this was just the timing for March, as it would still be bright daylight in Summer then. Breakfast was about normal for this style hotel, cereals, cold cuts, and breads and a small offering of warm options. We missed them on our first morning but there is a cook there to prepare to order omelets, pancakes, and a type of fried flat bread. So while it's not a full English, there are enough options to get a good start to the day. The same room is used for a dinner buffet, which is very Moroccan in what's on offer, but the Tagine options for the two nights we dined in were great. The cost can't be beat I think we only paid the equivalent of £4 for an all you can eat buffet. Location The location is OK, being within (longish) walking distance of the old town, I would recommend a taxi over summer though. There is a restaurant precinct within 5 minutes walk. The area overall seemed reasonably quiet. All in all, we enjoyed the stay, and would recommend and if back in Marrakech would stay here again. Collapse
Faded glory, good Location
Stay Date: 03/2018, Phaze60 wrote this review.
This was our first trip to Marrakech and we had checked our this hotel on TripAdviser First. The location was good enough, if fit you could walk to either the old or new towns as it is roughly between the two. Staff are friendly and they made it a g… See more
This was our first trip to Marrakech and we had checked our this hotel on TripAdviser First. The location was good enough, if fit you could walk to either the old or new towns as it is roughly between the two. Staff are friendly and they made it a good experience. The breakfast was, uninspiring the usual cold meat and salad, there was always nice fresh bread and a hot offering. A nice touch was the chef who made fresh crepes or omelette. We didn’t have time to try any of the spa facilities so I cant comment on those. Public areas were clean but looked like they needed to be spruced up. One thing which bugged me was that several of the cups were noticeably cracked with brown stains making this obvious, why didn’t anyone remove them? Our room was very tired and long overdue a makeover. The in room safe didn’t work and even though we reported it four times, after one unsuccessful attempt on day one nothing was done about it. There was a puddle in the bathroom which was there from the day we arrived to the day we left. Also the toilet kept running slowly so there was a constant trickling sound. Towels were on their last legs and had a few funny stains. The view was well see the picture. The other thing we found was how tall the bath was, lucky we are both fit otherwise we would have been in trouble getting in and out. Overall not a bad experience staff were welcoming but I will not be rushing back. Collapse
Stay Date: 02/2018, mandb_Ottawa wrote this review.
This hotel has a beautiful lobby and restaurant but the bedrooms are small and do not match the standard of the public rooms. The hallways are dark and the motion activated lights come on behind rather than in front of you. On the positive side, … See more
This hotel has a beautiful lobby and restaurant but the bedrooms are small and do not match the standard of the public rooms. The hallways are dark and the motion activated lights come on behind rather than in front of you. On the positive side, the staff were friendly, breakfast was excellent and the hotel is in a good central location. As well, there was live music ar breakfast which we enjoyed. Collapse
charming hotel,good location
Stay Date: 02/2018, juliabarlow67 wrote this review.
It s my first time in Marrakech, I choosed this Hotel based on the comments of tripadvisor for ist Location, and I haven't been deceived.The Hotel is very well located but also the decoration is charming.Very nice rooms ,clean and spacious.The staff … See more
It s my first time in Marrakech, I choosed this Hotel based on the comments of tripadvisor for ist Location, and I haven't been deceived.The Hotel is very well located but also the decoration is charming.Very nice rooms ,clean and spacious.The staff was very helpfull and welcoming.I liked the tea pot and moroccan cakes at my Arrival,it helped me wait for my room. Collapse
Hotel Dellarosa - my Birthdaygift Marrakesh and Hellers Garden Anima
Stay Date: 02/2018, I9276EJjosef wrote this review.
We spent 4 nights in Marrakesh to visit Andre Hellers tropical garden "Anima" . It was e great pleasure to be in Marrakesh again. The hotel Dellarosa not far from the great market was for the short time Ok for us and our friends. Breakfast was like … See more
We spent 4 nights in Marrakesh to visit Andre Hellers tropical garden "Anima" . It was e great pleasure to be in Marrakesh again. The hotel Dellarosa not far from the great market was for the short time Ok for us and our friends. Breakfast was like exspected in Marocco. The staff friendly and the rooms clean in the older part of the hotel. Collapse
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