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Riad Massiba
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Reviewed November 11, 2011

This place has it all for people who really want to live Marrakech. The 3 rooms riad gives this very nice warm contact and feeling which you will never have in those too big or international hotels. It fits perfect aswell for a couple as for a whole family.

The situation is simply perfect to get out of the city, or to walk into the medina. The staff is very helpfull and devoted, aswell as the owner. We got different tips and tricks about Marrakeck what s quit very helpfull here.

The riad is a traditional one, so restaurated and accommodated with respect for the Maroccon culture and values what i experience as a big plus! Stay certainly also overnight eating because the quality and finition of the typical Maroccon food is simply great! And yes, the beds are super, what s for me besides the qualty of the food one of my main expectations.

This is the prefect place for people who want to live and taste Marrakech and whome are able to step out of their golden cages or prisons. Come here, walk out, discover & enjoy, smell, live and taste Marrakech from here out, this riad will provide you the full dimension and perfect base for all that.

  • Stayed: November 2011, traveled with friends
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Reviewed October 9, 2011

We had originally booked a room with Riad Alamir through www.luxury-riads.com but they had overbooked us so we decided to choose Riad Massiba on account of their reviews and location. We were not disappointed! The riad is pretty well located and the square is about 8-10 minutes walk away. Ahmed was very helpful and explained everything to us, even providing us with a map and detailed instructions. Down with a slight flu, we woke up late for breakfast everyday but they were so accommodating. Breakfasts were great and they asked us how we wanted our eggs done. Ahmed even lent us his phone to make an appointment with the spa! There was no one there except us as this is a very small riad, only 3 rooms. The only gripe we had was the shower... because the shower head is slightly clogged up it emitted sharp jets of water which made showering weirdly painful! But it was nothing unbearable. Other than that, we would highly recommend Riad Massiba, really like its decor, tranquility and great service. Thank you Vivienne, Ahmed and Mina!

  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled with friends
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Reviewed August 20, 2011

I stayed at Riad Massiba for 4 days in end of July for my first trip to Marrakech. The riad is about 10mn walk from the central square Jemma El Fna. I found the riad very well renovated and decorated, keeping in line with tradition instead of aiming for modern/occidental interiors. I must say that what I liked best was the food: the breakfasts were huge and great to start off the day, but the thing you really should not miss out on is the kefta tajine!
The lodging was nice and clean. The rooftop enabled some sun bathing even though limited in time given the extreme heat in August. All in all, a great vacation and definitely a place I recommend.

  • Stayed: July 2011, traveled with friends
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Reviewed June 9, 2011

We arrived on 11 May and were given a very warm welcome including mint tea served by Mina and a helpful map of the way to the main square by Ahmed. The owner Vivienne was wonderful and nothing was any trouble whether booking a taxi to the Majorelle gardens or asking for a recommendation of a restaurant. The Riad is peaceful and calming after a hectic day exploring the many narrow streets of Marrakech. I loved the alcove where breakfast was served and the beautiful terrace. The rooms were comfortable and individual. The location of the Riad is perfect for reaching the main square and souks. Vivienne was so caring we were treated like members of her family. We were genuinely sad to leave. I would recommend Riad Massiba to anyone wanting a reasonably priced adventure to Marrakech. Thank you Vivienne. Damon & Martin, London, England.

  • Stayed: May 2011, traveled with friends
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Reviewed June 9, 2011

This is very basic accomodation, not luxury at all. There is no kettle in the room no drinking cups. They say that there is a tv but we never saw one. The bed was clean so that was a plus. All you have is your bed and a toilet. We were expecting luxury but this was just somewhere to lay your head. Croissants and pastries and jam for breakfast each morning with orange juice and t bags. Just wanted to set expectations not to look for luxury or you will be disappointed.......

  • Stayed: June 2011, traveled with friends
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