My friends and I stayed one week at Ryad Amiran. This was our first time staying in a Ryad, so we were a bit apprehensive and weren't really sure of what to expect but as soon as we walked in we were in complete awe! A really beautiful Ryad, very stylish and contemporary whilst still keeping in with the traditonal Morroccan feel. We were greeted by Amin, the Ryad Manager who made us feel very welcomed. Offered us some tea and cakes on arrival, gave us a tour of the Ryad and showed us our room and told us to "...treat the Ryad like our home".
We had the Sapphire Room, really nice decor, very cosy! Super comfortable bed! Really nice breakfast every morning, freashly prepared, which can also be eaten up on the terrace! A 3 course dinner at the Ryad one evening is a defininte must. We had Beef Tajine with Almonds and Prunes which was absolutely amazing, best dinner I had all holiday! Very generous portions. It beat any restaurant food by miles. My only was regret was I got soo full I wasn't able to finish it all! Staff were amazing, very attentive, always went the extra mile and above and beyond. They even let us use their washing machine and dryer when we got dirty from Quad Biking! Amin, the Ryad Manager was very helpful and down to earth! Always recommended us restaurants to go to and sites to see. There was free Wi-Fi and Internet access which was a very nice touch. This Ryad definitely has a really nice atmosphere and vibe, especially in the evenings! I was even a little bit when we had to leave because it really did feel like going from home to home, all thanks to the staff! Would definitely recommend this charming little luxury Ryad to friends and family because it beats staying in a hotel any day!