Very clean, beautifully presented riad in a (relatively!) quieter part of the Southern medina. Plentiful (sweet) breakfast - eggs and english tea if you ask. TV channels pretty rubbish but good firm beds and hot showers. The narrow alley from the nearest road can feel a little intimidating at first but absolutely nothing to worry about. Agree with the comments about crossing very busy roads to access the main square but we managed to find a quiet, fairly traffic-free 20 min route via the Kasbah. Great, polite staff, wine for 12 euros a bottle, the best meal we had during our stay in Marrakech and a lovely rooftop area overlooking the grounds of the Mamounia hotel. Would welcome a bit more tourist info in the Riad but all in all would highly recommend.
- 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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