We stayed at Riad Pincesse du Desert for two nights at the end of a 9 night stay in Morocco and absolutely loved everything about our experience there. The Riad is beautifully restored with exquisite craftsmanship combined with modern comforts (which was not true in some of the other Riads we stayed in Morocco), the food is delicious and prepared by lovely and kind chefs and perhaps best of all are the warm and inviting people who own and run the Riad. It is a family business and when we first entered we were greeted Yousef who told us "we want you to feel as if you are a guest in our house " which by the end of our short stay we amazingly came to feel. Our conversations with he and his cousin Samira and the warm hospitality they extended to us enriched our experience in Morocco in a way a traditional hotel never could . I can't recommend this Riad highly enough and my only regret is that we didn't have more time there. .
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to Riad (Princesse Du Desert ) Samira opens her new oasis in the heart of the medina Just a few meters from Jemaa El Fna, you will cross a few streets to the famous souk area "Mouassine" to arrive at the Riad. The charming home of Samira and her team will give you immediately the feeling of being with family. You will experience magical moments, like a tale of 1001 nights,The geographical position of Riads is perfect. ... more less
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