Washington, District of Columbia
January 10, 2005
The villa is located just within the medina wall in Essaouira. It's spacious and airy, with an interior courtyard that houses a large cypress tree and song birds. The hotel also has a hammam on the lower level that caters to men and women.
Rooms come with a large complimentary breakfast that the staff provides no matter what time you choose to awaken. The Villa Maroc charges 180DH per person for dinner, and it is well worth it. The dishes are an interesting mix of French and Moroccan cuisine and are beautifully presented.
The Villa Maroc really tries to cater to its guests' every need. By the end of your stay, you'll feel like the hotel is your home.
From journal 2.5 weeks in Morocco