Hamid and the three Ladies look after guests well at this very confortable Riad. Once you get used to the hustle and bustle of the Souk, and the fact that you will get lost every time you venture out, then this is an experience to enjoy for those who like a little edventure. The food in the Riad is very very good, and Hamid will supply good local wine. The local restuarants are also good -Le Jardin, the spice terrace and L'Arabe are nearby (Le Jardin is the best for lunch and dinner).
Try a trip to the Atlas mountains (Hamid will arrange for Mohammid to take you - a good driver).
YOU MUST organise a prebooked taxi from the Airport -otherwise you are open to excessive charges -and finding the Riad in the Dark is not for European visitors. Beware.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Magnificent 16th-century Riad, a haven of peace in the very heart of the Medina, lovingly restored in the pure Moroccan tradition - painted cedar ceilings, sculpted stucco, zelliges, marble floors...Impeccably clean, all rooms with private bath, and air conditioning. Extremely friendly and helpful staff. Superb 360 view of the Medina, the Koutoubia and the snow capped Atlas mountains. One hundred yards from the Medersa Ben Youssef and the Marrakech museum, 15 minutes from Place Jemaa al Fna. Excellent cuisine! ... more less
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