My mother & I stayed at this Riad on Jan 2 for 1 night. Its in the El Ksour area, which has a lot of antique & lantern shops & is a bit of a
walk to the Djemna El fna. If you stay in the Djemna el fna after 8 pm, these stores are almost closing as the streets get bare. Do not recommend for female travellers & if you do not speak French - do not stay here. No one speaks english. We had to catch a 6am flight to the airport & had a hard time explaining to the hotel staff to arrange a taxi for 4am. We managed with the help of other travellers who were French/English speaking.
We stayed in Room Foulla & had an en suite bathroom (the internet stated that its a shared bathroom - not so). The room & bathroom are large - there are 4 rooms in this riad - its clean & has character but
brush up on French.
- Also Known As:
- Dar r Mane Marrakech
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Magnificent and beautiful riad in the medina of Marrakech, Dar Rmane has 4 bedrooms with en suite shower room, a patio, a beautiful terrace overlooking the Koutoubia. Dar Rmane is located 2 steps from souks and 5 minutes walk from the famous Djemaa El Fna. ... more less
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