Hôtel Eden Andalou Aquapark & Spa

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Property Location Located in Tameslouht, Eden Andalou Suites, Aquapark & Spa is in the suburbs, within a 15-minute drive of Noria Golf Club and Menara Gardens. This 5-star hotel is 6.8 mi (11 km) from Jemaa el-Fnaa. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer. - Noria Golf Club ...

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

Property Location Located in Tameslouht, Eden Andalou Suites, Aquapark & Spa is in the suburbs, within a 15-minute drive of Noria Golf Club and Menara Gardens. This 5-star hotel is 6.8 mi (11 km) from Jemaa el-Fnaa. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer. - Noria Golf Club - 4.5 km / 2.8 mi - Oasiria Water Park - 5.4 km / 3.4 mi - Atlas Golf Marrakech - 6.8 km / 4.2 mi - M'hamid Qdim Hospital - 8.7 km / 5.4 mi - Maatallah Mosque - 9.6 km / 5.9 mi - Place of Youth - 9.6 km / 6 mi - Kasbah Mosque - 10 km / 6.2 mi - Moulay Al Yazid Mosque - 10 km / 6.2 mi - Saadian Tombs ...

P2009, Marrakech, Morocco - Marrakesh, Marrakesh-Tensift-El Haouz - Morocco - 40000

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Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 11:00

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Best holiday!

Reviewed 29 september, 2022

We loved our time at the hotel - you’re greeted by a friendly staff and the Animation team: Didy, Samy, Asma, Khalid, Mousee and Mimi(kids club) are working hard to make your stay 5 star worthy! We will return for sure! Food is also so good and variety is great.


Great hotel

Reviewed 27 september, 2022

My second visit to this hotel (5 years after the first) and we loved it. Maid service daily inc free water, able to check into room early, great variety of food. The entertainment team were lovely - but importantly, recognised when to take a hint that you didn’t want to get involved. Bar and waiting staff were all absolutely lovely and their service was wonderful. The free shuttle into town was great. Excursions/activities advertised by the hotel were more expensive than booking independently so we didn’t use these - but that’s the price you pay for convenience, and there was a good variety offered.


Fab stay!

Reviewed 27 september, 2022

Clean hotel, good location, great food choice (especially because I don’t really eat meat), really amazing experience overall. The main reason I would stay again is due to the staff, they are so friendly and polite, particularly the animation staff who are amazing, lots of entertainment and activities daily and at night. Thank you to all Didy Mouss Khalid Samy Rizki Asma and Mimi for all the time you give to us and you really made our holiday memorable!


Past is sell by date

Reviewed 27 september, 2022

We booked the Eden Andalou having researched as much as was worthwhile online and knowing it wouldn’t be a true 5*…in fact during our stay the signs were changed to 4*, which I feel is still 1* too generous. Firstly, it’s only 15 mins from the airport. If getting a cab, use this info when you barter price. It’s an All Inclusive & they band you when checking-in. But the food is strictly between certain hours for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with a 1 hour ‘snack window’. All meals in the same place, bar the snacks. The food is ok/samey/edible, you won’t feel spoilt for choice nor over fed. For breakfast you can get oranges, then lunch bananas and apples will turn up and then at dinner maybe some plums, but never give you the selection all at the same time! We had to hoard fruit as we found it, for our kids! I got an upset stomach on our 5th day, which had been the concern when reading reviews. One guest told me he’d heard 60% of guests have some kind of stomach complaint…this really shouldn’t be tolerated by booking companies & this hotel shouldn’t be offered by mainstream providers until they sort this issue. Ice Creams not included (35 dirhams each), which is poor and All Inclusive ends at 11pm, room service add on’s available there after. Tourist Tax (40 dirhams per night) on arrival for over 12’s and a very bureaucratic towel deposit scheme (100 dirhams per towel for length of stay). Given one room key only, with a 50 dirham fine if you lose it Kid facilities such as kids club (bizarrely located in a building 100+ yards in-front of reception, away from all other hotel facilities, cots, high chairs were available. Kids disco not until 9pm! The wifi is patchy at best, I wasn’t overly bothered as it kept me off my phone. The pools are cold, but to be fair it’s hot outside The rooms are a decent size. Minimal power outlets, air con noisy. But kept clean and mostly had hot water. 2 large bottles of water left daily, we used these to brush teeth with also (recommend avoiding using tap water or having ice in drinks). No slippers/gowns, stationary, iron, info pack, kettle/coffee maker etc, which is standard in most 5*. Little things like bathrooms looking tired, broken tiles, broken bins, few ants in the room. Nothing major, but they all leave an impression. The hotel is large and was probably impressive when built, but it’s tired. It needs repairs and updating! Although looking past its best, the hotel is clean. Amenities always in very good order and grounds maintained well On a night when Morocco were playing football on TV a large group of locals suddenly appeared to watch the game…so the all inclusive paying guest stance suddenly changed! The evenings entertainment was prematurely cut short and kids disco squeezed into halftime, so the commentary and game dominated the entire plaza…I love football, I have nothing against watching a countries national team…it wasn’t right to make this the focal point of the whole evening The staff are hit and miss, some attentive, some stand off’ish, you’ll more likely need to approach them, than them come to you. Bizarrely they appear to work and then suddenly will be ahead of you in food queues and eating in restaurant along with guests, front and back of house doesn’t seem to exist here. The animation team were proactive & friendly, but be warned they will swarm on attractive women. When the weather turned wet/cold, they had no Plan B and just sat about and offered no indoor activities. Management would hang about occasionally, never greeting guests or asking how stay is. Deluding themselves that everything is well The sister water park is next door across a small dirt track. It did the job for the kids, although you can only take water in and they do bag search (albeit not well, as we took snacks buried in bags in). The entrance between the hotel and water park is 2 ungated openings, whereas they have security and barriers at the front of hotel…I’d suggest if they want to keep people out, this is a fairly fundamental issue. All in (if I put the food poisoning aside) the hotel was ok, it was alright, it was meh. We came to see the city/medina which is a must do. We did a 1/2 day excursion which we’d booked before arriving (not through hotel) & I would say given time spent in the hotel, 5 nights would be ample! I’m certain you can find better places to go with children than this hotel. I wouldn’t consider coming back to this resort.

David J

Hotel Andalou

Reviewed 27 september, 2022

Very nice hotel, close to the city. The food was nice and there was water left in the rooms each day. Entertainment was good and the water park is great for an afternoon. Staff were helpful and friendly. Activities were put on in the evening as well.