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I can’t imagine a nicer place than this to stay in central Marrakech. It’s situated in the corner of a relatively quiet small ‘square’ and yet only five minutes walk from Djemaa el-Fna. The staff are extremely helpful and flexible (we arrived at 3am and...More
The owner does anything possible to make your stay worthwhile. We arrived early in the morning (8AM), and he offered us an extra breakfast for free. Similar, we returned to our room for a while during the afternoon, and he told that we could get...More
I was back again, greeted like a long lost friend, everything was done to make me feel welcome. I had reserved the suite which is enormous (with a very small bathroom!) so my friend, who was next door, and I had a lovely area to...More
After visiting Riad Celia last January i came back again in March. This time with 7 of my travelling friends. We decided to book Riad Celia for its good location and pleasant staff. From experience we know that our guides need to park their cars...More
We (three girls) stayed in the RIAD CELIA in March 2012.
It was really a wunderful riad: nice staff, clean rooms, nice terrace,cool patio, great location.
It is close from the Jemma El Fna (5 minutes walk) but really quiet.
We loved the place and...More
$63 - $104 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We are very sorry that you were not pleased with your stay. We take the opinions of our clients very seriously and want our clients to know that they can always come to the reception desk if there is any type of problem during their stay.
For your complaints, the size of the bathrooms for example, we have recently redone and enlargened the bathrooms to make them more spacious and comfortable. Riads tend to have smaller rooms and bathrooms because they are old traditional Moroccan houses and were not built to be hotels. We have tried to make them as big as possible while also keeping the structure of the Riad intact.
For the hot vs. cold water problem, maybe we had a water pressure problem in the medina. Sometimes they cut off the water which results in us having less water pressure. This is rare, but can happen. It might be why your water went from cold to hot.
We would love to welcome you back to the Riad to show you that we have taken your considerations to heart. We apologize again for any discomfort and hope that we can remedy that on your next visist.
April 19, 2015|
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"The rooms on the top floor open onto the terrace."