The hosts Farid and Cristina, were very helpful. We arranged for Farid to meet us at the airport which is well worth while as the riad is a bit hard to find the first time especially as we arrived in the evening so it was dark. It's about a 20 minute walk to the main square but very interesting to stay in an area that isn't all tourist venues.People don't start to pester you to go into their shop until you get near the centre. The Riad itself is nicely restored and furnished. Farid also takes guests on well-priced and informative day trips to the nearby countryside and we had a lovely day in the Ourika valley. Cristina the host is Austrian and provides the most substantial breakfast we had in Morocco, including eggs and cheeses well as the usual fruit juice and selection of breads. Altogether very good value and a bit different. Don't be put off by the duty street outside and the walk to the riad from the city wall. Rubbish lies about everywhere in Morocco but inside the Riad Losra it's all sparkling clean and comfortable. The beds even have European type duvets and the pillows were not the overstuffed ones we found elsewhere.
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- When you set foot in Riad Losra you step into the comfort and luxury of your own Arabian Nights. You will certainly enjoy the comfort of our 5 spacious rooms(kobba), each furnished in a unique and authentic traditional style. All rooms have private and modern bathrooms decorated in the best moorish tradition of Tadellakt and Zellige. ... more less
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