We stayed at the Riad Diana from the 27th Dec 2012 to the 4th Jan 2013. My husband and I had the ground floor Wahid Double Room Deluxe which had a comfortable king bed and ensuite. The plumbing was what you would expect in a building dating back about 900 years. The room was quant and comfortable however we were short a little storage. Our daughter had the Khamsa Double Room on the top floor which was perfect for her. Lovely large bed on a raised platform and a very quiet spot. Our package included a Morracan breakfast which varied slightly over our stay which we enjoyed and looked forward to. Our hosts Boujamaa and his team were brillant, nothing was too big or too small. We would most definitely return to the Riad Diana next time we visit Marrakech. Nothing could of prepared me for the life in the old city of Marrakech, what with the traffic, the alleyways, the food, the donkeys, the horses, the people, the smells of fumes from the scotters , the people and the spices.
We crammed in alot of things during our 8 days some of which were a day trip out to the Atlas Mountains with morning tea at a Burber family home. a great experience for us. This was organised by Boujamaa and cost DBH700 for the three of us. We also went on a day trip to the coast of Esquera and enjoyed a fabulous seafood lunch with a few wines and beers. The fresh oysters were also a hit.. This trip cost DBH1000. The hop on hop off bus is always something we do for a day to get out and about. We enjoyed the tour and looked at alot of the sites in all directions. My daughter and I did a cooking class in the Riad and this was brillant. We went with our tutor to the local food markets, what an insite that was, then prepared and cooked our feast and shared it with the payer of our holiday my husband. LOL.The holiday has enhanced my outlook on life and makes me truely happy to be who I am.