the riad is located in a small ally a little bit away from the trouble and noises of the markets. location is perfect for exploring the medina and for sightseeing. we walked everywhere. it is an oasis of peace and calm away from the stress of the medina. although if you are a light sleeper you might wake up a couple of times due to noises in the street. but that is probably the case in every riad in the medina. for me no problem at all. the hosts are very nice and friendly. you see that they manage the riad with much devotion. the breakfast was a variety of local baked goods, marmelade, juice and tea or coffee. very delicious and more than enough. if you don’t like a sweet breakfast you probably miss salty choices. the patio of the riad is lovely, the rooms are ok. basic but very clean. the photos of the website might be a little bit photoshopped ;) but the value for money is really good. we would definitely recommend staying here.…
The Riad itself was a quiet and lovely place (nothing special) in the middle of hectic Marrakech. Unfortunately the service wasn’t good at all. The first night we had to sleep in a 45 degrees room because the air condition didn’t work and obviously nobody checked that in advance. The next day they told us that there is no possibility to chance rooms but after being a bit pissed there was. The guy who worked there promised to arrange an airport pick up but he didn’t. He didn’t show up in the morning, further more we didn’t get anything for breakfast although we paid for it. That’s of course a mess early in the morning when you are in a rush to get to the airport. That’s why we give only 2 points out of 5. The lady there was nice and friendly, breakfast was ok.
Lovely Riad in Central Marrakesh. Clean and spacious rooms. Great breakfast and super staff. About 6 minute walk from main square. Alleys can get dangerously busy at times. Highly recommend the Riad. Wasn’t keen on Marrakesh.
Just had a lovely stay here for 4 nights. It’s right in the centre of the Medina and perfect to explore the souks and eat out and then retreat to peace and quiet. The rooms are simple and we found out bed comfortable and the shower was good. Breakfast each morning was bread, jams, juice and coffee with an addition of pastries, yoghurt, fruit, Moroccan pancakes etc served each morning. The sunny roof terrace is perfect if you want to relax one afternoon. Do take up the offer of an airport transfer - it would be hard to find otherwise and taxis can’t get that close. Getting a taxi to the square and then following a cart with our luggage was a great option. For just £40 a night, this Riad was excellent value for money. Friendly and helpful too.
Having stayed at 5 star hotels downwards a few nights at a Moroccan Road may come as a shock. This is definitely 2 star and the room we asked for and booked was not available. Breakfast was adequate but the Morrocan cuisine as shown on the website failed to materialise. Very basic but you get what you pay for. Better off paying for a full function hotel unless you are young and hardy and prepared to walk through streets of stalls and dodging motorbikes, bicycles and carts