Decent private room
Reviewed 27 July, 2019
We stayed in the private room not dorm, room was great, comfy bed, decent shower, balcony.
Breakfast and facilities all good
Roof terrace was very relaxing.
10 min walk from the bottle shop, I mean town....
Clean, friendly, new!
Reviewed 23 November, 2017
We stayed here twice - once in the 6 bed dorm which you may have to yourself like us because most opt for the cheaper 8 bed dorm or privates. The second time the 8 bed dorm was available so we took that. The staff is super friendly and multinational. Kitchen is open to use if you want and staff provide typical Moroccan breakfast of different breads and sweets as well as tea and coffee. They have a couple cats that roam around the patio and nice terrace. Its a very comfortable place for backpackers and those visiting Morocco on the cheap.
Really nice and helpful!
Reviewed 6 August, 2017
This is a real hostel with many 6-bed and 8-bed rooms, a nice and comfortable kitchen where to cook. Everything looks very clean and new. You have a common place inside and a terrace on the top. Some of the rooms have a small sitting place which is nice. Staff was really friendly and knew their way around, and they were volunteers from different parts of the world, knowing different languages.
I arrived without a reservation and there was no place for me on the first night. As I wanted to stay 3 nights, going somewhere else the first night was very uncomfortable. And also other places are more expensive. So they offered me a couch on one of the rooms, previously asking the other 6 guests. Luckily they accepted, hope they didn't hate me! I really appreciated that the owner offered me this!!
Then I went to a 6-bed room with the bathroom outside, but there was another room of 2 that also shared that bathroom, so I think it should be considered as almost a room of 8.
Breakfast is complete and homey. Maybe some fruit and/or yogurt would be nice. But you can buy whatever you want and keep it in the fridge with labels they provide.
Maybe it's a bit expensive for a hostel in Morocco. Although there are not other options in Assilah, it could be a bit cheaper. Or at least make a discount for more than one night stay, as they won't be washing the sheets. It's just a comment, as I had nothing to complain about!!
There is a sign in the bathroom to dry it after use, and keep it clean, and you have all the things you need to do it, but almost no guest does it. Which is a shame.
Assilah's medina is so pretty and calm!! There's a beach really close to the hostel, but there is a beautiful beach 1 hour walk away to the south, Paradise Beach, which is worth the trip.
This was my last stop in Morocco, before going back to work and it was a perfect decision.
Super friendly staff
Reviewed 30 July, 2017
I had a great experience at MIA. The staff is multilingual and come from a variety of countries and cultures - from Morocco to New Zealand to the US. The hostel is trendy and clean, and it appeals to all age groups. I loved it. If I ever return to Asilah, I will definitely stay here again.
Making Travellers happy.
Reviewed 12 February, 2017
A really great stay in a brilliantly staffed hostel. All ye want from a hostel. Peaceful setting with a short walk to everything ye want to see. I was needing a place like this to finish my Morocco trip. It was perfect. Staff full of chat and info. All great people who I enjoyed. All the facilities ye would want from a hostel and a bit more. I never used it but they have a telly and PlayStation for folk. Good breakfast,wam showers. Great location and Assilah itself is a lovely place. Ta!