This Rhiad is beautiful and in good condition, it is run by a French couple. Who were very nice.
We had a double room on the first floor, which was furnished in a traditional Moroccan style. We are both non smokers, the owners smoked a lot so we constantly had the fumes entering our room, which we found unpleasant!
The Rhiad is located some 20 minute walk from the main square. The walk is quite challenging (we are both 50) as the alleys you must pass through are packed with people and many scooters sounding there horns and bumping you out of the way! At times the fumes were overwhelming.
Refreshment were no where to be found near the Rhiad, at times we found the thought of the walk to the square and back, to eat distressing. Cooked main meals were available in the Rhiad, but no other refreshments were offered.
We would not recommend this Rhiad purely because of its location. Taxi's can not get near either.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The riad Dar Al Jawhara is a traditional Maroccan establishment . The riad is a calm and peaceful place with all the modern comfort. The architecture respects the traditional Moroccan crafts , like stucco and wooden panels , ancient wrought iron doors and windows . Dar Al Jawhara offers three double bed rooms and one suite with a maximum capacity of three.Every room has modern comfort commodities with bathroom and air-conditioning(hot and cold). ... more less