A bit difficult to find the first time, but an amazing place to stay with the most friendly staff I have ever experienced. We stayed three nights. The room was very nice with an authentic moroccan styling. Upon arrival we received a warm welcome (of course with mint tea) and there were candles lit in the room and rose petals around the bath which was very romantic. The breakfast was far above the standard of other free breakfasts that we had encountered in other places in Morocco and our room was cleaned every day. The 10 minute walk to the centre is a bit of a stretch, but consent with the manager. She has a route through some really nice souks were you pay half of your best bargain in the souks around the Djemaa el Fna square.
I definitely recommend this place to anyone staying in Marrakech.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Only a 15-minute walk to Jemaa El Fna Square, Riad Ajebel offers guest accommodation in a typically Moroccan, 11th-century building. A rooftop terrace with sunbeds, a hammam and massage rooms are at guests’ disposal.The air-conditioned, individually themed guest rooms feature local, hand-crafted furniture and free Wi-Fi access. All have a private bathroom with bathtub or shower and traditional berber carpets.A Moroccan breakfast is provided daily at Riad Ajebel and may be enjoyed in the room or on the terrace. ... more less
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