This is a good place to stay for a few days if you are visiting Marrakech. It is very close to where you really need to be. If you are going in winter, be aware that water in showers from our experience was always cold; plumbing problems; the Riaf did not feel like a comfortable place to be after a long day sightseeing. It is however a beautiful Riad.
We had an issue with the travel agency we booked through paying the balance for a 2 week stay, and the owner rather than dealing with this himself, despite us presenting confirmation of full booking and payment, left it to us the guests to deal with it and insisted we cannot check out. It was a significant amount covering 2 weeks so did not want to pay it twice. It got sorted by us calling the travel agency back home. This should have been the owner's problem with the agency. it is best to pay hotel directly from my experience. They do not deal with agencies well.
If you order dinner there, it is great. Breakfast was ok but nothing special.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- An exceptional location. Our Riad is a private house that reflects tradition, elegance and authenticity. Discover a warm interior space conceived for your comfort; be privy to a professional and discreet service; relax on our terrace and its solarium; resource yourself in a world of water and steam thanks to our oriental hammam and take advantage of our skin care and massage space. Guarantees of hotel know-how, we wish that each moment of your stay be unique. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Riad Amiris Hotel Marrakech