This is a good place to stay in Marrekesh. We had a very spacious room with a semi-private patio. However, friends we were travelling with had a smaller room and were not as enthusiastic about theirs for that reason. In short, not all rooms are created equal.
This riad (we learned that a riad always means a large house (mansion) that has been converted into a hotel) was super clean and super quiet. Our group set up a cooking lesson that everyone liked. We did not attend it because we were too tired from a long day, but we were NOT charged for it despite a last minute cancellation. I appreciated that.
BTW: this is the first review I have ever written for any hotel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This legendary and prestigious hotel boasts 26 exquisitely decorated rooms and suites, 2 restaurants, a new spa, and a choice of 2 large swimming pools (on-site in the medina or at the hotel's country annex, 15 minutes away by complimentary shuttle). The hotel's world-famous Moroccan cooking workshops have become a "must-do" activity in Marrakech. Frommer's describes La Maison Arabe as "the epitome of Moroccan elegance." ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- La Maison Arabe Marrakech
- La Maison Arabe Hotel Marrakech