I stayed at Riad Dar Soufa with two friends the weekend of January 25-27, 2013. We are all American and were traveling through Spain and made a side trip to Rabat.
From the moment a friend of Benoit's spotted us in the medina and escorted us to the front door of the Riad, our expectations were met and exceeded constantly. Benoit was helpful, accommodating and friendly. His English is great and his breakfast was fabulous. Our room (Zerka) was impeccably clean and all of our needs were met. Though the room was small, it was beautiful and well-kept. I think it has been pointed out that the bathroom is separated from the room by a curtain, which is a little bit different from what I'm used to, but I was traveling with good, easy going people so it really wasn't a big deal. There are many common areas (living room, courtyard, roof) that your roommates can remove themselves to.
I could go on and on but I don't want to spoil the experience for anyone. Trust Benoit to show you a great time. Thank you!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This traditionnel moroccan Riad propose 4 typicals bedrooms (sitting room and a bathroom with shower and toilets compose each room . All of them makes more than 20 m²).The Riad Dar Soufa is steading place in a quiet street , just next the Mohamed V avenue , usually called Legza in the médina. ... more less
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