My husband and I have been to Marrakech several times already. This time we decided to stay in the Riad Nabila. The Riad is located at the edge of the souk. Very beautiful, quiet, with a wonderful courtyard with a pool where we took our breakfast every day. The setting was highly romatique. Our room was very spacious with beautiful decorations. The service was high class (more of a 5*). Take room Saphir, it is the best.
We chose to be picked up at the airport. This functioned well. The Riad is accessible by taxi which was very practical as we went out every evening.
The walk to the place Jamaa El Fna turned out to be very interesting and shorter than expected. It was enriching to see how people lived and their shops and markets prior to entering the tourisic area of the souk.
The owner, Laurent, and his staff were helpful in organising our days (Quad, excursion to Essaouira, visit of the Ouzoud falls). He also could recommend restaurants and night clubs. All in all, this Riad is the best we ever had and we can not only recommend it, but will also go back.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Luxury and wellbeing await you in the Medina of Marrakech, at the heart of the Antique dealers’ souk. In the great tradition of ancient Moroccan architecture, the Riad Nabila offers you rooms, suites and lounges where you are able to relax, read or work and enjoy the cool air of the patios. The quality restaurant will cast a spell over you from breakfast to dinner, and top-of-the-range services accompany you discreetly throughout your stay helping you to find your way around the city and providing you with a multitude of attentive details. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Riad Nabila Marrakech