Brought mum and dad with us for something quite different: we'd been before but never stayed in a riad.
Really nice base for a central Marrakech stay.
The place is clean and well run by very friendly team with very efficient routine.
A little disruption whilst some early season maintenance works went on but no real issue.
Rooms a little compact (narrow rather than small) but that's probably unfairly comparing with more typically proportioned, purpose-built hotels - this is essentially a traditional home now given over to guest rooms - perfectly comfortable with air con and ensuite.
Food was nice, authentic and varied.
Went with KGB - great VFM!
Included tour, massage and hamam experiences. Plus additional excursions available.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our Guest House is 200 year old and consists of:4 double rooms and 2 family suitesAll are equipped with bathroom, toilet, air conditioning, additional heating (on request), hairdryer, safe, great bedding, wireless internet access throughout the house.Featuring a large patio with a fountain in the middle, Riad Abhar offers a large living room fireplace with a beautiful terrace solarium with panoramic views over the medina. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Riad Abhar Hotel Marrakech