We stayed in the the Pierre de Lune Suite as a family of 3. If you re a family of 4 the Saphir Suite is more than big enough. The Riad is situated down a maze of alleys but once you have your bearings it is really easy to find again. 10 minutes walk to the main square and 5 minutes walk to the souks. You will be offered a guide for the day/half day at a cost of 300 MDA for a half day. If you go for this make it clear to the guide from the start that you don't want any sales opportunities unless you do. If you take the day trip to Imlil (if a saturday then the market in Asni is interesting but pay someone from the start 50 MDA to guide and then you won't get hassled) then make sure you cater 300 MDA for a guide (3hrs). The scenery up there is fantastic so if you have the time it is worth it and then ask the driver to go back via a different route for variety. Anyway the people at the Riad are really helpful and the food is great (ate twice). The roof terrace is secluded with a mix of shade and sun and the hot tub easily fits 4. Everything was clean and tidy and had 5 good nights sleep. I guess it is difficult to rate as I have not been to any other Riads but basically i went on the act that a good sized room for 3 seemed to be competitively priced.
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- Riad Reves d`Orient Hotel Marrakech