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Riad & Spa Mabrouk

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#586 of 1,263 B&Bs / Inns in Marrakech
Located in the heart of the Medina, the Jamaa El Fna square, in the center of the monuments of the city of Marrakech. Riad & Spa Mabrouk merges Moroccan and Andalusian architecture. It has several rooftop terraces with panoramic views of the city.4 suites and 10 rooms, air-conditioned and elegantly decorated, are decorated in a Moroccan-Andalusian style. With colorful tiles, the en suite bathroom is provided bathrobes and or showers and complimentary toiletries. They feature a minibar, satellite TV and a seating area.A Moroccan breakfast is served each morning. Lunch and dinner, you can sample Moroccan dishes in one of our fine restaurants.Wi-Fi access is available free of charge. The Riad has a currency exchange desk and a souvenir shop.To relax, the Riad offers a hammam, Jacuzzi and a massage service and a gym. The staff is at your disposal 24h/24, it can help you organize your excursions and airport transfers.
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Business Center with Internet Access
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We were a very large group of 20. Firstly, we did not get a group discount although we took up 8 rooms. Secondly we were charged more than the rate advertised on booking.com even though we were a group. We booked directly and they were fully aware that we were a large group. On numerous occasions we were not given back change or told there was none in their tills when drinking/eating at the Sky bar. We were also accused of not settling a bill when we had all paid up. They decided to tell the last person who had stayed behind as she was catching a later flight. This felt like they were trying to con her as firstly it was 7 drinks, then only 2. Lastly, and this is by far the funniest. Our key to switch on the electricity in our room did not work. As you can see from the photo, this is how they chose to fix the issue. Awful. We were scared of using the bathroom which was next to this as there was water on the floor in case we got electrocuted. Because of this, our air con did not work. We could not leave the window open as it opened onto a very busy street with merchants on till the early hours (which actually was lovely to see)... no room change, no compensation. Would definitely not stay here again.
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As stated in numerous reviews this riad is within easy walking distance of the colorful square, Jamaa El Fna. We stayed here twice (before and after a 10 day tour of Morocco) and both times we were given a room facing the main pedestrian street that leads to the square. That street is very noisy and the noise persists until long after midnight. We had even asked for a quiet room upon our return to this hotel and were still given a room overlooking this street. Maybe they have no quiet rooms. So the riad's location is good but also problematic. As to other things: the design of the riad is traditional but unfortunately somewhat rundown. The WiFi was okay, not great. The breakfast was also basic. There was not enough light in either of our rooms. They need some reading lights by the beds. On the very positive side there is a bar/restaurant on the roof. It is one of the very few places where you can buy alcohol in this area of Marrakesh. And the food was pretty good. Because of the nighttime noise I would look for another place to stay if I were to return to Marrakesh.
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Five years ago this was my favourite hotel in Marrakesh, close to the action of the Djemaa al fna yet far enough away to be peaceful. It also had the advantage of being close to the Tazi hotel which was just about the only place in the Médina that you could buy a beer. Things have changed now and mostly, in my opinion, for the better. The rooms are still great. The location is obviously the same but now there is a rooftop bar and swimming pool. Bar prices are sensible with flag special on tap for £2.50 a glass plus Heineken, Casablanca etc and all the usual cocktails. There is a decent restaurant in the hotel and the included breakfast was lovely. When I went to book in I was asked if I wanted a street facing room and I thought..yeah why not. What I didn’t know at the time was that about 8pm a night market sets up on the street directly outside the hotel and carries on until around 4am and it’s NOISY. So be aware that if you want a quiet stay then ask for a room away from the street. Great staff, great rooms and now a great bar and swimming pool on the rooftop. And, yes, the tazi is still open down the road if you want a nostalgic sleazy pint.
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LOCATION: You step right out onto the main pedestrian street, about 100 m from Jamaa el Fna. You can see the pedestrian street and the Koutoubia mosque from the Sky Bar rooftop. CLEANLINESS: It’s very clean. You can see cleaning ladies doing their job. COMFORT: Furniture is old, so it’s not the most comfortable. Rooms generally overlook the central courtyard, so there is basically no view. Windows have opaque colored glass panels, which means when the window is shut there is absolutely no view. Lighting is a bit dim. Nonetheless, the décor features tile work, hand-painted wood ceilings, door frames and hanging lamps that take you to a traditional Moroccan style that you would probably not see in a modern place. The public areas are so beautiful you must take pictures. SERVICE: Very friendly and helpful, staff. We were greeted with mint tea on the rooftop. Breakfast buffet is ok. Not much variety, except for bread, jam, nutella, fruit and crepes. Omelettes are made to order but the hygiene standards leave a lot to be desired. The worst aspect is the noise from the rooftop bar. However it closes at around midnight.
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Had lunch at the Sky bar here. Beautiful Riad inside especially seeing it in the glass elevator towards the Sky bar. Salads were good and pizza average. Friendly staff. Visited here twice again for beers
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$74 - $161 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
MoroccoMarrakech-Tensift-El Haouz RegionMarrakech
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