We stayed at Riad Nabila for three nights in March. It is a very difficult Riad to find with no signage to get to the Riad and only a small sign on the door. It is a long way from the main square and you are forced to take a taxi. On two occasions we were just kicked out the taxi but the drivers as the could not find the hotel even though we had a map.
Once at the Road it is nice although when we arrived the staff did not speak English and the owner phone us to give us details. This included don't give money to any kids for directions they spend it on drugs just take taxis. We had no choice as it seemed the kids were the only ones who knew where the Riad was.
The riad was quite clean and breakfast was traditional but good.
We stayed at the Riad for the charm and culture but the location made it horrible. I would recommend a Riad in the square or the new city where taxis can find it.
- 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