This riad as seen on the website has only 6 rooms on offer. Despite booking the family suite (2 separate rooms) and having this confirmed with the exact name of the room, we arrived and were taken to their sister riad across the street, which is where they have an extra 13 rooms. The decor is much different, African style instead of Moroccan, which makes it much darker and not to my taste. We were first offered a room with additional beds. I insisted on receiving 2 separate bedrooms and we were given 2 adjoining rooms. The room we (the parents) stayed in was very dark, with a very small bathroom, and worst of all above the riad entry door and overlooking the outside street which made it very noisy at all times of night and day. This was our 4th stay in Morocco and Marrakesh, and this was our worse accommodation ever. I relied on other travelers' comments for booking this accommodation, and was deeply disappointed. Other aspects went wrong there too, which were circumstantial so I won't dwell on it, but service was very very sloooow, and breakfast very average. So a word of advice if you are wanting to stay, insist on knowing where you will end up.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- You will appreciate the relaxed rhythm of life, the peace and the conviviality which reigns in this house. Chantal and Jean Marc will welcome you all year long with their team which will try hard to satisfy your desires. Typically lounge, dining room and 5 guest houses. Warmed swimming pool, smalls lounges in the patio and in passageways. On the terrace, pergola and transats for the idleness. Seen of the mountains of the Atlas. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Riad Oumaima Hotel Marrakech