We are just back from an 8 night stay at this riad. We had the room Sofia which was large with door into wet room and toilet.No balcony but we sat up on the roof top which is very relaxing. Full marks to the staff who were genuinely warm, friendly and helpful. Coutah especially was a gem. She even demonstrated how she made the yummy yoghurt for me in the kitchen one afternoon. Breakfasts were plentiful, all home cooked. Joelle was also very helpful, as was the driver Abdoul. We did a walking tour of Marrakech on the first morning with the other Abdoul. Useful for getting your bearings but he was not really that friendly. The day trip to the Atlas mountains was great, involving about an hour drive, hike for two hours to the waterfalls, then lunch in restaurant by the river. 500 Dirhams per couple, about £40, that does not include lunch though, or the payment of the guide. We enjoyed the trip though.
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- The Moroccan hospitality is legendary and at Riad les orangers d'alilia you have the opportunity to experience this fine tradition. Riad les orangers d'alilia is a home with lots of atmosphere and a dedicated staff at your disposal.Riad les orangers d'alilia has been entirely restored in accordance with traditional Moroccan materials and architecture. ... more less
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- Riad Les Orangers d`Alilia Marrakech Hotel Marrakech