We loved our stay at Riad Diana - it's a charming Riad with lovely staff - Boujemaa, the day manager, Iman and another lovely lady, and Yusef at night were all so helpful and attentive, also going out of their way with kindness when I got ill. The Riad organises airport transfers for 20 euro (call them in advance of arrival date) which include porter to the Riad within the medina. They also do dinner on reservation earlier in day, cookery class with meal served to you later, hammam and massage in house and can arrange tours. Location is perfect, best area of the medina to stay. The roof terrace and indoor areas are very pretty as are the rooms. Would definitely return, thank you
I stayed here solo one night at the roof top. Pro - Cosy small riad - Good location, 10 mins walk to the square - easy to find (signs available along your walk) - Helpful and friendly staffs, both night shift and afternoon shift. Includes giving good recommendation on restaurant at affordable price, good direction where to fix my Jalabah, breakfast ready early to suit my travel schedule, show me how to make a traditional mint tea. - Good heater, sustainable hot water supply, clean. Improvement - One minor thing for improvement. The shower handle is made by metal. When the hot water is on, it is hard to hold the handle. So some kind of materials to cover the handle will be helpful. This is the best riad I stay in Morocco. Highly recommend to stay in this riad.
The Riad was acceptable. Rooms, old and tired,towels and bath rugs need replacing. Clean, in as much it very dated. I realize this is an old building and “ authentic “ but it’s not authentic, just tatty. The pictures have been taken with a great deal of creativity Breakfast is poor, bread, jam, a cheese triangle, small coffee. If you ask can have a small omelette between 2 people. It is in the centre so good access to the square There is no restaurant, bar or pool. As some sites have said, there is a small splash pool in the courtyard 2 day stay is plenty
If I could give a zero, I would. My sister and I had a really long day of walking and finally arrived at 11pm. There is a big door with a knocker which we knocked twice. The guy who opened the door screamed in my face for knocking, saying that I should have used the doorbell, which is located off to the side of the door beside a plant and not visible. As we entered he shook his head at us and put his hand on his forehead, stating that we scared him and he had to jump up because we knocked. I have never been screamed at when coming into a hotel. On top of that, we didn’t have towels in our room to shower. I would STAY AWAY!!! There are so many better places that welcome you with tea and a smile. DO NOT come here!
My daughter booked this Riad having visited it before. it is well located to be able to walk to many of the main attractions and markets. the staff are very helpful and will arrange evening meals, wine, taxi transfers. The roof top terrace is a beautiful space giving panoramic views and a comfy space to chill. Our room was comfortable. The food was tasty and there was plenty of it. We especially enjoyed our cooking lesson which included shopping in the food market and then cooking in the kitchen. We learned how the different spices are used in moroccan cooking. I would come back here again.