We chose this riad from a list of descriptions offered to us by our booking agents (Naturally Morocco). It proved to be a very happy choice. Our room (No.7) was not very large, but extremely comfortable, with a large bathroom.
The whole atmosphere was one of sumptous comfort. The decor was a fine mixture of modern and traditional. Didier and his staff were charming and extremely helpful - thank you! We did not eat here in the evening, but the breakfasts (taken on the roof terrace when the weather was fine) were excellent.
Dar Vedra is extremely well placed for a visit to Marrakech. It's situated in the medina, with the souks and Place Jemaa el-Fna close by, and the new part of the city (Guéliz) also within easy walking distance. We walked everywhere during our four days here - except one afternoon when we couldn't resist a horse-drawn carriage, just for the experience!
We hope to be returning in the not-too-distant future.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Dar Vedra is an 18th-century riyad, entirely restored in 2005 with the ancestral methods and in the respect of Arabic Andalusia architecture; it will fulfill all your expectations as far as comfort is concerned. Located in the Medina of Marrakech, the house offers seven air conditioned bedrooms, around two bosky patios, one with a pool (not heated). The 220 square meter terrace has a 360 degree view of Bab Doukkala mosque, the Koutoubia and the Atlas Mountains. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Dar Vedra Hotel Marrakech