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Four of us stayed at Riad el Farah for four nights in January 2014 and we had a fantastic time. The Riad el Farah is situated in the heart of the Medina, and just a short walk to most of the main attractions. Mohammed, the...More
We just got back from a fantastic long weekend at he Riad El Farah in Marrakech.
The Riad El Farah is lovely, a traditional property right in the heart of the city centre, down several side alleys, but surprisingly easy to find once you know...More
This is a really nice Riad and the owner is very friendly and helpful. It is not a good idea to stop here in the winter though as its pretty cold and there is no heating. I imagine it would be amazing in the Summer...More
We enjoyed a couple of nights here in early Jan. The Riad is lovely inside, and has a beautiful courtyard and roof terrace. There is also a dining room for evening meals. The owner is keen to join you for excursions and meals. It is...More
Stayed at the riad in early January. Lovely place, located in a quiet alley, away from the hustle and bustle of daily Moroccan life. There was building work going on next door at the time but even this wasn't much of an issue. The riad...More
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$33 - $128 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We paid £30 each for the half day tour, plus a little bit extra for lunch. Beware of the diversion to visit Mohammed's freind in the apothecary we ended buying some mint tea and hand cream for the handsome price of... More
We paid £30 each for the half day tour, plus a little bit extra for lunch. Beware of the diversion to visit Mohammed's freind in the apothecary we ended buying some mint tea and hand cream for the handsome price of £20!! Mohammed didn't charge us for his mini tour when he made sure that we would never get lost on our own. He is quite a character and likes to make sure people enjoy their holiday but can be a little too attentive at times. Don't let this put you off staying there though it really is a lovely place to stay. Hope you have a great time.