Came here for 5 nights and the staff were all very helpful. Breakfast every morning was to a good standard and although initially hesitant about the alleyways to get to the riad, i soon realised army and police officers were guarding the local areas as one of the Kings Palaces is a two minute walk from the riad.
The riad is a very convenient walk to the local attractions and spas. Although the riad is located in the old city, it is only a short taxi ride (approx) 10 mins to get to the new city where all the cosmopolitan shopping is based. Essentially you can get to the new city for 20-30 dirhams from the riad, which is not bad.
I think i would have liked a brief explanation of the riad and a short intro as well things to do on my first day there. Also it would have been helpful when we first arrived that we were explained if we wanted to arrange any days out/ excursions, which i had to do myself the day after.
Apart from that Yousef and the ladies were all very nice and accomodating.
- 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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