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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 1117 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Some good some worrying
Stay Date: 11/2017, s p wrote this review.
Just came back from a milestone Bday celebration. We had originally booked 3 rooms, however we were ' upgraded ' to the master suite of the hotel. We took the ' upgraded ' purely because that meant we were all in one place rather than scattered all o… See more
Just came back from a milestone Bday celebration. We had originally booked 3 rooms, however we were ' upgraded ' to the master suite of the hotel. We took the ' upgraded ' purely because that meant we were all in one place rather than scattered all over the hotel. The reception / lobby area of the hotel is pleasant and clean. The breakfast is a bit of challenge as it is unchanging every day, lacking in crockery ( we were told by staff to take cups and glasses ) from other tables as they didn’t have any spares to reset our table. The Juice often ran out and would not get refilled. Most of the time, we had breakfast by 7:30am by which time food was running. late comers took their chances. Drinks at the bar are fine but must say a big thank you to their live singer.. he can voice Bob Marley / Louis Armstrong near perfection. Hamm am & Pool / Gym. I guess for 100DH using the Ham am isn’t too bad. We didn’t try anything else to say otherwise. The pools ( roof top and reception ) area are not heated.. so jolly cold even at the end of summer. Dellarosa Suite. I wouldn’t take it again or pay for its advertised price. The rooms are find. Both the shower room and bathroom need a proper fixing. Plaster falling off., flush not working, mould behind peeling plaster in the shower rooms. The hand basin are so high that if you had a child you'd need to lift the child up to use the basin. Most of the power sockets in the suite don’t work or are falling off from their walls. Need to get the electrician in ASAP. Fully Fitted kitchen with TWO electric plates - knob of one was broken. Needs replacing. Though the kitchen is fully supplied with hob and Fridge Freezer - the hotel does not provide at pots / pan or even an electric kettle. We were told to call down to reception for hot water!.. We did and more often than not - request wasn’t complied with. Room cleaning: Floor is all tiled in a way that no amount of sweeping or moping is going to help. The floor needs a proper vacuumed every The bathroom and bins should be cleaned every day. Ours were not cleaned regularly. Location : On the main road - so no ' garden ' or step back from street. However literally 15minutes walk to Al Kutubia - passing the Cyber park, Artisan Quarters etc. So great location to explore town centre with. Transport Big Taxis in general to Khutibua / Jema el Fna cost around 70-80DH. ( Normal hatchback taxis wont take more than 3 pessangers) so for a large group you need a big taxi. Though horse buggies dont seem to have such restriction and these can cost around 80-100Dh one way. We have informed the reception desk of the health and safety issues with the Dellaroas suite at the time of our departure on Sat 18Nov17. So if you are checking into this suite after this date take a proper look and be sure it’s safe to live in before you accept it. Staff in general were helpful when they understood our English - most are French speakers and English isn’t their 3rd language. Forgin exchange : The best rates we found were in Jam el Fna and next to the Salad Bowl by the hotel. These were generally better rates and no commission. Hotel charges comission. Collapse
Hotel is okay
Stay Date: 10/2017, Robert E wrote this review.
This hotel was booked by our travel agent through a Spanish company called Luxotours so they cater mainly for group bookings. The hotel is somewhere between 3 and 4 stars so I would charitably rate it as 3.5 although it's probably closer to 3 stars.… See more
This hotel was booked by our travel agent through a Spanish company called Luxotours so they cater mainly for group bookings. The hotel is somewhere between 3 and 4 stars so I would charitably rate it as 3.5 although it's probably closer to 3 stars. Service is very friendly but the hotel itself, although it looks new enough, already looks like it needs refurbishment. I'm puzzled about some of the amenities. For example, there was an expresso machine in our room. Basic but apparently still working. But there were no cups and certainly no coffee so it looked like if you wanted to use it, you had to supply your own espresso coffee. Fair enough but cups would have been nice. Meals were okay - our deal was two meals a day so we had breakfast and dinner and ate lunch outside. Location is fine, a quick taxi ride to the Medina or many other attractions in Marrakech and the cost is a mere 30 to 50 Dirham (around 3 to 5 euros). Actually it's a mere 25 to 30 minute easy walk to the Jemaa al Fna so for those who are relatively fit, it's not a problem at all. Prices for taxis have to be pre-determined or you end up having an argument with the taxi driver. Forget the meter! Room and bed were comfortable enough but the bathtub was so high that it was difficult for me wife to get in and out as she is not in the best shape, so if you have physical problems you have to figure out how to cope with this, or pick a hotel with just a shower. That;s about it. I'm guessing that prices are reasonable so if you're prices conscious this hotel is okay but of course there are much better hotels at much higher prices. Collapse
Stay Date: 10/2017, MaheashA wrote this review.
Della resort has awesome rooms , villas and suits . They have all the facilities for luxury . The main thing that made the trip more luxurious was the butler service . Ashish , Omkar , Sagar ahire were the butlers who served us very nicely . Thank yo… See more
Della resort has awesome rooms , villas and suits . They have all the facilities for luxury . The main thing that made the trip more luxurious was the butler service . Ashish , Omkar , Sagar ahire were the butlers who served us very nicely . Thank you Della for a memorable trip Collapse
Worst experience. There is no management here
Stay Date: 09/2017, Jo K wrote this review.
We are a group of ten and most of the group arrived the days ago. Upon our arrival none of the rooms except for one were not ready and when I mean not ready: beds and phones on the beds, no towels, the supervisor began hollering at the housekeeping … See more
We are a group of ten and most of the group arrived the days ago. Upon our arrival none of the rooms except for one were not ready and when I mean not ready: beds and phones on the beds, no towels, the supervisor began hollering at the housekeeping in front of us. We decided to go to the pool and come back when the rooms were ready. Did I mention that we arrived around 4pm? The housekeeper kept on saying 5 minutes but we stayed in the pool for more than an hour. When we can back the room was filthy. My friends also complaint is filthy rooms. They towels look old and in very bad condition. The bathroom was filthy and the coffeemaker didn't have any cups, was not connected and was ultra filthy inside (please see pictures). We went down to the front desk again and requested that the bathroom and coffee maker get cleans and that cups are placed in the room. They never came back. I tried several times to call but the phone wasn't working and I reported it several times. I finally figured out that the phone was disconnected (remember lamps and floors thrown on the bed? I connected the phone but there are no numbers nor indications on how to dial I tried calling the room of one of my friends and no ring tone . I needed to call room service but couldn't. So I went down to request that the phone is fixed. They told me that it was fixed. I had to explain to the gentleman the whole situation. They finally sent someone to fix the phone. But again no indications on how to dial. I have asked 4 times already today and I still don't have the phone directory. This may be something cultural but the housekeepers enter the room without knocking or knocking once but quickly opening the rooms. The rooms are extremely small and don't offer the basic services. The safe is not attached to the room and when I asked the front desk told me that this is ok. Even when I mentioned that anyone can carry a safe with them. Go figure. We have asked repeatedly to speak with the manager but he seems to be either hiding, not interested or too busy to talk to us. The breakfast is mediocre and constantly running out plates, glasses and cutlery. On a positive note, Marrakech is worth visiting. The place is beautiful, the mosque impressive. Good restaurants and amazing people. Collapse
Stay Date: 09/2017, arronk372 wrote this review.
Very nice hotel. Clean and tidy room, comfortable bed. The staff were friendly and so helpful. You get a mini fridge, so guaranteed your drinks stay cold. Free use of a safe in the room, which is handy. Wifi was quick and worked well where I was. I… See more
Very nice hotel. Clean and tidy room, comfortable bed. The staff were friendly and so helpful. You get a mini fridge, so guaranteed your drinks stay cold. Free use of a safe in the room, which is handy. Wifi was quick and worked well where I was. I would stay again and recommend to anyone. A pleasant stay. Collapse
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