After a two week trip around Morocco,the volcano in Iceland had the audacity to erupt the day before our return home closing european airspace and leaving myself and three children stranded in Marrakech.We were found Dar Tah Tah by 'Naturally Morocco' our travel company.We stayed 6 nights in this simple and pretty Riad and were grateful for its location,in the heart of the Medina,cleanliness,economical price,hearty Moroccan breakfast and the helpfulness of the staff who catered for our needs very very well.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Dar Tah Tah is hidden down a narrow which leads into the old spice market of Rahba Kedima. Its position is exceptional, being close to the main square of Jemaa El Fna and only yards from the souks, yet remaining a quiet haven in which to retreat from the bustle of the Medina. Five bedrooms, one sleeping up to 4 pers, all with private shower/wc. Relaxed and unpretentious atmosphere with helpful and friendly staff .English spoken. Tiny Lilliputian courtyard, large salon with chimney,roof terrace with table and chairs. 3 rooms have air-con. The others have fans. Trekking in the High Atlas and Desert trips arranged. Airport transfers. ... more less