We spent four nights at the Tahili. As other reviewers point out it is a few months old and very well decorated. The rooms are very comfortable, although not always as spacious as shown on the website. The bathrooms are very good with spacious showers and heaters available for those with roof lights and not heated. Breakfast can be take up on the roof terrace and was very good, with coffee, fresh orange juice, local breads and pastries, yoghurt and omelettes cooked to order if requested. In fact there was something different on offer every day. The roof terrace was great to sunbathe, however trying to find shade was difficult with only 2 parasols for all of the guests. This will be a problem as the temperatures rise in the summer. There is a hot tub on the roof and a small pool on the ground floor. This was very cold and is located in the centre of Riad so not very relaxing. Our room had only very thin curtains and this was a problem once it was dark and the lights were on as the bathroom and bedroom was at opposite ends of the room. We had a problem with this and raised it with Mohammed. We were offered another room which we took advantage of but were not aware we had to vacate the room the next day. Therefore we were astonished on returning from the Medina to be told we had been given yet another room and the staff had moved all of our things. We felt it was unreasonable to move our things without telling us first and in fact this put a blight on the rest of our time at the Tahili. We understand we were not the first guests to complain about the lack of curtains and it is surprising that the management have not rectified the problem. Mohammed was very helpful and professional at all times and the rest of the staff were very friendly. The location of the Riad was brilliant as it was so near to the Square. Because of the problem with the room we would not return to the Tahili but it is certainly very convenient for the Square and restaurants.
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