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I returned to Marrakesh for a second occasion, having stayed in Riad Shaden 2 years ago... Not much has changed in Marrakesh, same Moroccan characters trying to hassle you into parting with cash, however - I noticed some elements of the Riad had been upgraded...More
From the welcome at the front door, the mint tea on arrival, the beautiful bedroom -we could not have been happier. A little gem tucked away in the hustle and bustle of Marrakech but only a short walk from the square. Just sorry our stay...More
As has been said by other reviewers, Riad Shaden is a haven amongst the hustle and bustle of Marrakech. The owner, Shona, was a huge help in the lead up to our stay at the Riad and I can reiterate the comments of others about...More
I still find it difficult to imagine staying anywhere as comfortable peaceful tranquil and homely as Riad Shaden. The staff treated us as part of their family. Nothing was too much trouble. The food was high class restaurant standard and the service was on the...More
Walking through a busy market street and then into a narrow cul de sac we wondered what to expect. We had no need to worry, walk through the door of Riad Shaden and you are in a beautiful, tranquil Moroccan house. We were greeted with...More
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We ate at the riad on one evening at the food was very tasty! You have to request what you want to eat earlier in the day so that it can be prepared. There are 2 menu options which offer traditional Moroccan food including... More
We ate at the riad on one evening at the food was very tasty! You have to request what you want to eat earlier in the day so that it can be prepared. There are 2 menu options which offer traditional Moroccan food including tagines, pastilla, couscous etc. If you don't eat at the riad there are also lots of good restaurants around Jemaa el-Fnaa (the main square) which offer a range of cuisines. You should also try eating from a traditional stall in the square on one evening when it gets very lively!