This is an incredibly good value riad, just a stone's throw away from Jemaa el Fna (Marrakesh's main square).
Although we don't speak french, we overcame the language barrier with Vivienne (the owner) who was so friendly and hospitable. We were welcomed with a glass of freshly brewed tea before shown into our ground floor room.
Room is very good size, clean and very nicely decorated, including a library of books to browse through.
Breakfast can be served on the terrace or the sitting area in the courtyard. The orange juice was the best we've had for breakfast in any of the riads we stayed in Morocco.
Make sure you plan your route to the riad before you get there. It is not that difficult to find but if you appear lost, the locals will try to "help" and ask for outrageous amounts of money in return! A young man demanded 100 dirhams (£7.50/9 Euros) for just walking us for 50m to the front door!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Riad Massiba, is an exceptional guesthouse which invites you to a timeless travel where the city of Marrakech deploys all its spell as a concubine its finery, whereme monts pass by languishingly, and where the bewitched visitor will make a salutary rest stop to feed himself with serenity and peace before pursuing his long way. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Riad Massiba Marrakech
- Riad Massiba Hotel Marrakech