My husband and I stayed at Riad Viva for 4 nights. The riad is very cozy. The patio is beautiful and clear. The terrace has a nice view over the mamounia gardens and the kotoubia mosque. It is the perfect place to start the day with a complete and tasty breakfast (that changes everyday).
The room (in our case the lavender suite) was very charming with a typical decoration.
But what make the riad a very special place to stay is the staff. They were all very kind and helpful. They helped us with the arrangement of the tours, the reservations for the restaurants, etc.
I spent my birthday there and they made a great effort to make it really special.
It is worth mentioning that the riad is located in a narrow alley that may seem unfriendly at a first glance. But after all the neighborhood is safe and nearby the royal palace. In fact, the same happens with all of the riads located in the medina.
We highly recommend Riad Viva and definitely would stay there again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- In Riad Viva, you can feel the atmosphere of a small royal palace, where tradition and modern style meet together. Build in a typical Moroccan style and decorated with fine handcraft, you will enjoy the luxurious comfort of spacious and bright rooms as well as the nice terracce with pool and lounge.The access to the Riad is directly near the private palace of king Mohammed VI and from the big terrace you experience the direct view into the large park of the world-famous five stars hotel Mamounia. ... more less
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