I found this Riad via trip advisor. Having First trip to Marrakech was not as lucky as my other Riad experiences in tangier.
Majala Riad is not easy to find , no sign on door and got lost every time getting there , we were the only guests and pool at terrace which they so much bragged about was dirty.
Philippe the French manger whom we met at checkin was over enthusiastically helpful and gave us sone guidance about dos and dont's then did not see him again. Zaheera the cleaner girl prepared our breakfast which was good. She needs to wash her working clothes though.
My overall Marrakech experience was bad and will not come back here I think this city is over rated. Unhappy frustrated Shop owners staring at us walking to our riad , motor bikes driving on us , construction workers looking at my wife like she is a pray in the mountains of morocco , the heat And taxi drivers vulgar attitude and exorbitant taxi rates not to forget beggars and vulgar snake charmers pay up if you take a photo at least 100 dirhams. All this made our last stop in morocco a hell. I think a hotel is a better option if you are going to pay 90 euros for a
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Situated at the heart of the Medina in the charming and sought after Mouassine district, the Riad Majala provides an oasis of peace and tranquillity. A total restoration and refurbishment was completed in 2011, providing all modern comforts, whilst preserving all the historical and cultural features of a traditional Riad. In this exquisite setting the staff at Riad Majala will warmly welcome you and ensure that your stay here is truly memorable. In this calm setting, just a 5 minute stroll to the place JEMAA el FNA and to the avenue Mohamed V, your stay at the Riad Majala will enable you to enjoy all the aspects of the Medina. ... more less