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Really lovely place to stay - well located within the medina but not easy to find. Suggest you make arrangements to be met - phone ahead! However once you know where it is, there is no problem.
We had breakfast in the beautiful courtyard one...More
Our first time to Morocco, so a little nervous but Abdul (the owner) and his wife, were so, so helpful and friendly. Abdul walked us to the SOuks on the first day. Always helped us with a smile on his face - even when serving...More
What an amazing place, it is out of the way and my girl friend and I found it hard to find nearly every time but with some patience and asking others along the way (tip, only ask the women, not the men, the men expect...More
$42 - $113 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I traveled with my Girlfriend as a Hetero couple. They were very nice to us and very professional. From my experience, men in Marrakesh do not respect women, they whistled at my girlfriend all the time and called her a... More
I traveled with my Girlfriend as a Hetero couple. They were very nice to us and very professional. From my experience, men in Marrakesh do not respect women, they whistled at my girlfriend all the time and called her a gazelle. I do not suppose they are very nice towards open homosexual couples in the streets. However, I definitely think that in this Riad the staff will be tolerant of gay couples. Abdul, the man in charge was very very kind. Hope this helps.
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