I had booked the Riad only for one night, after a trip to the desert and had planned to travel to Meknes the day after. Unfortunately I was trapped with stomach problems, after eating something wrong during the trip and Thierry, the owner of Dar Zouar, was very kind, making sure I could stay in my room the whole next day and night with somebody around all the time, eventhough I was the only guest that day. He also had the maid cook me some rice without charging anything extra. I really recovered well because of the nice environment and friendly assistance. The guesthouse is located in a less touristy area, a bit further from the Djemaa El-Fna square, but nice and quiet and easy to access with the car from the close Bab Taghzout gate of town. It has the flair of a historic building with a beautiful internal courtyard and a rooftop terrace and is great value for the price!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Situated at the far end of a small quiet street in the serenity of the Marrakech medina; at the heart of the old quarter of Sidi bel Abbess; 5 minutes away from the infamous " Place Jamaa el Fna; the riad " Dar Zouar " (house of visitors) is an authentic and peaceful guest house, renovated with precision and flair in the Moroccan tradition. Dar Zouar has preserved the essential of the legendary Moroccan charm. ... more less
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