This Riad is also named "Le Perroquet Bleu"
We were booked into this place by a tour company and were the only / almost only guests.
The Riad is some years old and everything is worn down a little bit. Shower didn't work properly, water didn't drain etc.
The so called manager "Madame B." is a real madame and has other things to do than look after her guests. We asked for beer three days in a row but there was no time to get the beer for us (the only guests) but there was one bottle of red wine instead - or Coca Cola.
You won't be serviced with anything unless you ask for it.
Rest of the staff were very friendly but didn't speak english or french.
To get to the main place is a 20-30 min. walk through an absolutely non touristic neighborhood.
Best thing to do: book another Riad!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Formerly notable's property, the riad was magnificently restored in the Arabo-Andalusians style, by respecting the traditional proportions and materials. Luxurious residence behind an anonymous frontage, the riad can accommodate 10 to 12 people. The house is located in the El Baraka district, close to the doors Aylan or Rhmat, 10 min from the place Jemaa el Fna, in a calm and easy street accessible to the cars. Calm, freshness and songs of birds of the riad offer to the hosts a true oasis after their return from a walk in the souks, a tour in the Atlas or a course of golf. ... more less