We went in Feb half term but I forgot to leave a review then!!
The family suite was great - with the kids having an upstairs room to themselves. Mohammed was wonderful with them; he couldn't have done more to make them feel welcome. He also took us on a walking tour which I wish we had arranged to do immediately on arrival instead of trying to orient ourselves first - we did it very badly!
The evening food was delicious and we actually ate here twice it was so good. And the Moroccan white wine was lovely. Breakfast was lovely on the roof terrace and this was a lovely space to relax in the evening as the sun went down and the call to prayer went out.
We arranged our visit through Fleewinter (they were brilliant, sorting everything out for us) and we went on to Essouira on the coast after which was very different but equally lovely.
We were very nervous about Morocco but by the end of our stay we had grasped the fact that everyone here is simply being friendly when they talk to you - but it took a while for the English reserve to break down! Mohammed and this Riad were a brilliant introduction to Morocco.
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- The riad la rose d’orient will receive you in a traditional ambiance of the riads in the magical red city.You will be taken by the magical aspects of the place , sculptured materials by local craftsmen, mosaiques ,gibes stone, wood , flashing lights of the thousand and one night, harmony of colors. ... more less
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