The Dar Jirane in Marrakech is a riad that I and my girlfriend enjoyed very much. We stayed there for six nights over the new year 2009/2010. The riad is situated quietly only six walking minutes from the Jeema El-Fna Square. We enjoyed the tranqulity of allmost having the riad to ourselves. There are only three rooms in the entire riad, so we didn't meet other guest more than once a day. We ate a dinner at the riad with a wonderful salad of tomatos, cucumber and a spicy sauce followed by tangine and couscous. The main courses were nice, and definitely among the better we had in Morocco.
The doublebed in our room was ca. 195 cm long (but very squakey). Most of Marrakech is non- alkoholic, but the riad served a drinkable red wine.
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- Riad Ravel, as its former owner, the music lover, named it Eve Ruggieri, is located in the Mouassine, one of the most famous neighborhoods of the Medina of Marrakech (the neighborhood of notables marrakchis) located 3 minutes from the fabulous Jamaa El'fna and one minute from the Souks.Riad Ravel remained in its own Arab-Andalusian mixture, a true oasis of tranquility. It is built around:- A lovely patio in white Carrara marble, raised trees (the orange and lemon) with a B'hou. ... more less
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