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Riad La Rose D'Orient & spa

17-18 Derb Draoua-sidi Soussan-medina Bab Lalla Aouda Saadia, Marrakech 40000 Morocco
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#355 of 708 hotels in Marrakech
Le Riad La Rose D'orient & SPA situé au coeur du centre historique et culturel de Marrakech , se trouve à 15 min de la célèbre place Jamaa El Fna et du Palais Bahia et 20 min de jardins Majorelle et musée Yves Saint Laurent... Notre Riad est Occupant un bâtiment traditionnel Marocain, le Riad La Rose D'orient & SPA propose un hébergement contemporain et vous accueil dans un édifice traditionnel. Chacune des chambres est décorées de façon personnalisée et dotée de la climatisation,d'une connexion wifi gratuite d'une salle de bain privative avec douche avec bignoir ou bain. Nous vous proposons dans notre spa, des soins traditionnels marocains prodigués par une équipe de professionnels et aussi un Jakozi et aussi un piscine. A 15 minutes du riad, passez une journée dans les Souks et les monuments... Dans notre Riad nous proposon des plats marocains traditionnels peuvent être servis dans les coins repas sur demande et un petit déjeuner Locale et Marocain est préparé chaque jour.
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Free internet
Free breakfast
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Rooftop terrace
Paid wifi
Hot tub
Indoor pool
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De Lina wrote a review May 2019
13 contributions2 helpful votes
Amazing place to stay at Marrakesh. We stay for 5 days, staff were really polite and helpful. The Riad was 15 minutes walk from the main market. It just need a little bit of maintenance. Overall we had lovely time.
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Date of stay: May 2019Trip type: Traveled with friends
Culture706376 wrote a review Sep 2018
3 contributions
We stayed in this riad for three days during our first trip in Morocco. This Riad is a very nice surprise, a corner of charm and peace . The room was very nice, the pool big enough to enjoy a refreshing bath and the breakfast a delicious start of the day. Special mention to the jacuzzi on the roof terrasse, and to the kindness of Mr. Mohammed, who was very nice and helpful for the organisation of our stay and tours in and out of Marrakech!
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Traveled as a couple
SinafromHelsinki wrote a review Aug 2018
Helsinki, Finland69 contributions26 helpful votes
Our visit didn't start very well as we asked them to pick us up at the bus station, and we waited according to their instructions, but no-one came. When we got to the riad, we noticed that it was not the fault of the staff, but the manager somehow messed it up. We never saw the manager, but the staff at the riad was excellent. They were always willing to help, and offered to change our room when the AC didn't work. In the next room the shower didn't work, so they came to fix it right away. It seems that as the premises are old in all riads, probably all of them have many things that need fixing. It didn't bother us though as the riad itself was very beautiful and very peaceful as well. The downside is that it is a little bit far from everything, but we did enjoy walking in the medina a lot, so it didn't really bother us. It is close to the wall of the medina, so it is easy to reach it with a taxi, which is not the case with many other riads in the medina. Breakfast was not great, but we added yogurts and fruit ourselves, and managed to enjoy it. Another minus was that it was not possible to pay with credit card. However, overall it was a good experience that we wouldn't trade for anything. Five stars for the staff that had servant hearts, and that is what we loved.
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Date of stay: July 2018
Trip type: Traveled with friends
Room Tip: We preferred the standard rooms to the deluxe rooms
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Sara wrote a review Feb 2018
8 contributions1 helpful vote
Amazing riad just a few minutes from the big square Jamaa el-Fna. Great big rooms and delitious breakfast. Unfortunally i stay there only one night and i wish i could stay longer. Staff is very helpfull and nice. Cheap price. If you are looking for traditional and comfortable riad thats the place to be.
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Date of stay: January 2018Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Mark G wrote a review Jan 2018
4 contributions9 helpful votes
My girlfriend and I are lucky enough to travel a lot, usually we're travelling for 3-4 months of the year. We've been to many countries developed and undeveloped and seen hotels and different levels. This Riad, is hands down the worst place we've ever stayed...like ever. This was a rare trip with 2 other friends were we had no obligation to review a location or a hotel....a real holiday! On the 4th day of our stay we decided to stay overnight in the desert (which was amazing). When we came back, the person that seems to be running the place greeted us in the usual way and up we went to our room, only to find the door wide open and a strong stench of fumes. I went down to figure out what had happened. Turned out one of the dainty looking electric radiators that was in our room, was plugged in by the cleaners and left on and thus caught FIRE and EXPLODED. There were black burn marks all over the wall and once again the stench in the room was over powering and you actually felt light headed if you were in there too long. Not even taking into account that if we were in the room and sleeping god knows what would have happened. Touch wood we weren't. I informed them that the room was unliveable and we needed another room, they said they were full and that was that. They said they'de clean the mess...which was in there eyes burning incense to remove the smell... not to actually clean the walls, change the sheets at the most basic level. We accepted nothing would get done and told him we'd stay in our friends room, we slept on a childrens bed and took one of the mattresses from our original room. Now, this is were it gets more interesting. Next morning we came down, the same guy came out of the area he was sleeping in and gave us the bill for our airport transfers and some tea we ordered whist we were there, which was fine. When we asked how we would get the money back for the night we couldn't sleep in our room on account it has partially burnt down. The response "it's not my problem you're paying full". We were all taken a back, a lot. When we quizzed him on his response he starting getting aggressive towards to females in our group and shouting, saying they were 'stupid women' and insisting we pay full price and then he LOCKED the doors. Literally walked over bolted 5 locks and said you're not leaving until you pay for the full room. Absolutely stunned by this. Anyway seeing no alternative i handed over the card. It goes without saying its the hotels responsibility to have equipment in the hotel that works and is not likely to kill them. Also, insulting your guests, locking doors and threatening them is also not really in the hospitality guidelines. This not taking into account the day to day of the hotel which included poor breakfasts, stay not speaking english, rarely anyone even in the riad to let us is (as they don't give you keys), the lock for our room not working so we couldn't lock our door, the wifi only working in the entrance is a 5 meter perimeter (that's not a joke, there' around 6 seats it works in), bathroom wasn't clean, the double bed were to singles on a cement pile on with 4 pieces of wood under the mattress (yes you sink to the middle). Long and short of it we provided the video of the incident and photos of the burnt room and exploded radiator to AirBnB, we got a full refund and (if i'm not mistaken) this riad is being blacklisted from AirBnB, So basically...yeah...better of sleeping on the streets than here.
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Date of stay: January 2018
Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Frequently Asked Questions about Riad La Rose D'Orient & spa
Which popular attractions are close to Riad La Rose D'Orient & spa?
Nearby attractions include Marrakech Tour Guide Ali (0.2 miles), Maison de la Photographie (0.3 miles), and Puro Beauty Nature (0.3 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Riad La Rose D'Orient & spa?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an indoor pool, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Riad La Rose D'Orient & spa?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Riad La Rose D'Orient & spa?
Conveniently located restaurants include Cafe Restaurant Dar L'hssira, Dar tazi, and Le Foundouk.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Riad La Rose D'Orient & spa?
Yes, guests have access to an indoor pool during their stay.
Does Riad La Rose D'Orient & spa have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Riad La Rose D'Orient & spa offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at Riad La Rose D'Orient & spa?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are there any historical sites close to Riad La Rose D'Orient & spa?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Palácio da Bahia (0.8 miles), Medina of Marrakesh (0.3 miles), and Medersa Ben Youssef (4.6 miles).