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Riad Eden

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Riad Eden

My husband and I are due to stay at Riad Eden in april. Has anyone stayed there or heard reviews?

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many thanks for the reply. I will e mail you with a couple of queries soon. thanks again.

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Tracy, don't know if you have left yet but here are my comments.

I stayed three nights at Riad Eden last month, March, and it couldn't have been more perfect. The room was beautiful, the atmosphere serene and sophisticated and yet at the same time homey. There are many more expensive riads but I don't think you could find anything better. The hosts (French) and staff are gracious. If you get tired of shopping and sightseeing you will be happy to just stay in!

I didn't eat any meals there, except for breakfast, but the chef is supposed to be fantastic. You do need to tell them that you plan on a meal in advance.

You are REALLY in the Medina which gives you a truly Moroccan experience. May be difficult to find. I recommend paying one of the many men (with a cart) hanging around near the entrance of the Medina to carry your luggage and lead the way. Should not be more than a couple of dollars and well worth it. If you are with a Moroccan, probably less. If you are at the closest entrance you will have three right turns to the beautiful front door. Getting there the first time is an experience in itself.

Would love to know how it worked for you. It is also very romantic. Enjoy.

DeHaven