My husband and I stayed in this riad in January 2012. Saeed (i think his name was) was so helpful and pleasant! And although he knew only a little bit of english I was glad i had some basic understandings of french to converse with him. Our room was comfortable if not slightly cold, but the space heater made up for it. In the alleyway we used the Earth cafe as a marker, expect to pay a kid around 10-20 dirhams to take you from the taxi park to the riad the first time you arrive. Marrakech was very relaxing, food was ok (take a bottle of hot sauce if you prefer food with slightly more bite - i wish we did), and the shopping was FANTASTIC!
Our faucet wasn't working (just had cold water, and stayed on the whole time), but we didnt care! (PS bring your own toiletries)
I will definitely stay here again if we come back to marrakech!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located a few steps from the spice's market, from Djemaa El Fna Square and nearby the El Bahia Royal Palace in the ancient Medina of Marrakech, Riad dar Maia offers a haven of peace and tranquillity from the bustling of the city centre of this Imperial town.This traditional Guest House in the centre of Marrakesh invites you in its cosy guest rooms equipped in local style and with different colours, in the wonderful inner courtyard with a mosaic fountain.Guest House Riad dar Maia is the ideal accommodation choice for your stay in Morocco. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Riad Dar Maia Hotel Marrakech