Small, traditional riad tucked away in a residentail part of the old medina, where local families live. About 20 miinute walk to Djemaa el fna. If you want to really experience life in the walled city, in an authentically decorated riad, then consider staying here. Run by a French couple, the riad is a short walk through a busy market thoroughfare from where a taxi or transfer drops you off. The rooms are on ground and first level, with one on the roof terrace - which is a lovely place to relax after a busy day taking in the sights of Marrakech. Robert is a fantastic cook, so do eat at the riad one evening. Not a luxury riad but comfortable. If you are very anti smoking then perhaps not for you as the owners smoke. To me it is one of the nicer places to stay to really experience Marrakech.
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- The riad Dar Al Jawhara is a traditional Maroccan establishment . The riad is a calm and peaceful place with all the modern comfort. The architecture respects the traditional Moroccan crafts , like stucco and wooden panels , ancient wrought iron doors and windows . Dar Al Jawhara offers three double bed rooms and one suite with a maximum capacity of three.Every room has modern comfort commodities with bathroom and air-conditioning(hot and cold). ... more less
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