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Riad Oumaima
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Reviewed September 9, 2012

First a tip: go by bus from the airport to the nearby busstation of Sidi Abdelaziz. You pay 30 dirham for a single trip. Round is 50 dirham pro person. We went by taxi and got ripped off for 220 dirham single trip. So beware for the taxi drivers, you can get it much cheaper and dont go to the first taxi you see, keep walking.
Also, if boys show you the way they ask 50 dirham each for just showing the road. Give them a small tip and beware of their tactics.
Riad Oumaima is small and cosy. Very nice atmosphere. If we go again to Marrakesh, we will visit this riad again!

  • Stayed: September 2012
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Reviewed August 7, 2012

At first we were anxious about ever finding our way in and out of here. But we were given detailed maps and one of the guys working here even walked with us the first time. After our first day, we had no problems navigating our way around. The riad is absolutely beautiful and is a peaceful haven considering its location. Its the most tranquil place we have had the pleasure of staying at our entire trip thus far. The people who work here really go out of their way to ensure one is well looked after. They are warm and welcoming and are able to organise many excursions out of marrakech city. I absolutely loved my time here.

  • Stayed: August 2012
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Reviewed July 31, 2012

We stayed two nights in July with our three kids (8, 5 and 3) and could not have been more happy with our choice of riad. Riad Oumaima is absolutely gorgeous, with a lovely heart-shaped plunge pool, lots of fine details in the furnishings, and a great terrace on top.
Having the pool was a great help for us to make sure our kids felt okay with the challenges of Marrakech in the summertime. The location of the riad is ideal for exploring the souks, strolling down to the Place (10 minute walk), and wandering about the old heart of the medina.
Final words have to go to the staff and the food - breakfasts were luxurious with fruit, pancakes, yoghurt, bread, and more. We had some of the best tajines of our whole three-week stay in Morocco here. All in all, the best choice you can make for a riad in the medina, if you ask me!

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed July 11, 2012 via mobile

My husband and I stayed here with friends. It was our first time in a Riad and it was gorgeous. The rooms were all different and lovely. The terraces was a nice cool place to hang out in the evening with a nice view of the city at night.

As a side note the place is found down an alley/road called Derb Ouayhah. You will make the first two right handed turns. The road is narrow and makes a lot of turns, it is also not lit in someplaces. The Riad is not marked with a sign like some of the others but is marked with #16. I hope this saves you some trouble/worry the first time you try to find it :)

  • Stayed: July 2012
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Reviewed February 7, 2012

The tiny maze-like streets that lead you to the Riad are incredibly deceptive of the hotel's size, beauty and charm. As soon as the front door opened, we were stunned. Beautifully decorated, all details tended to by a warm staff (need I mention our various "towel art" on our bed each day?!), and super comfortable room with tip-top amenities (the best sleep and shower I had in my 3-week travel in Morocco!!), Riad Oumaima was a real gem.

The riad is located near the old Medina and Djemaa el Fna (short 5 to 10-minute walk), and is situated on a quiet street away from the main hustle and bustle. If you want a night cap on the way back from a day's adventures, you can always stop by Cafe Arabe (definitely a travelers' haunt rather than a local's) which is only a 2-minute walk away. The breakfast was delicious and plenty (huge cups of coffee), the service was warm but not intrusive, and if you wish for connection to the world, wi-fi was consistent and strong. At night time, when the inside of the riad was lit up with candles, sometimes we just sat at the table right in front of our room and enjoyed the peace and quiet.

Stay here. You won't find a more beautiful, comfortable, gracious, and warm place for the price in Marrakesh! I cannot recommend this place more!!

Room Tip: Choose a room on the 2nd floor (or higher) - it'll offer you more privacy; plus, you'll get a better view of the riad from above.
  • Stayed: January 2012, traveled as a couple
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