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Riad Moullaoud
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Reviewed July 17, 2013

We stayed here for three nights, this is really a hidden treasure, there is no where like it there is complete privacy around every corner, the decor is fantastic, amazing staff amazing food, the rooms are quiet small but be decor takes your breath away, I mean some thought has gone into this Riad, that's for sure its a complete mixture of Moroccan & Indian it is just lovely
The food is lovely but the set dinner the first night we arrived was so fantastic I don't recall ever tasting anything so lovely indeed, it's a must have at least one evening meal here, you owe it to yourself to taste the tangible here at the Riad, I can't fault the staff they are excellent. Enjoy this Riad to the full, ill be back that's for sure and I most defiantly will be eating there again. Also ensure you ask the staff to arrange taxis for you, and right opposite the riad is a dressmaker who will make fab dresses for you or very cheap indeed.

  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled with friends
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1  Thank MissG74
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Reviewed June 27, 2013

The riad is located in the Medina and just a few minutes walk from the square. If you go by car bare in mind that you can park it quite close but you have to pay the local boys for their(protection!!!!).
Behind its wooden door you will find a lovely retreat from the (frenzy) neighbourhood. There are many lovely spots to sit and relax. The breakfast is served at the terrace among a small swimming pool and many flowers. The staff can be described as more than helpful!
The only negative aspect is that even though it has many small indoor pools...we werent allowed to use them :(

  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank RebeccaSkevaki
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Reviewed June 9, 2013 via mobile

This is one amazing building. Hidden away of the city streets, its quirky and calm admist the chaos outside. The Riad has dozens of small sitting areas, little plunge pools and hidden sofa areas, perfect. Our room, whilst small was on the roof terrace, and had a sofa area right by the door. The roof terrace is perfect for chilling after a hectic day. The only downside of a room on the roof, breakfast is served right outside the window, so sleeping at 7.30am is not possible! The staff were generally very nice. The rooms do not offer much in the way of privacy, the bathroom is open plan. But all in all a great hotel, nice spa facilities, good food, and great location.

Thank Dan B
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Reviewed May 21, 2013

Very friendly staff and most had good levels of English speaking, only a couple had limited English but this was not a problem, plenty of staff on hand to help and assist for anything, really nice riad with traditional features, lots of seating areas inside and outside on the roof terrace, 2 different outdoor pools and plenty on sun beds as well. Food in the hotel was good, bar service was good as well offer beer and wine and soft drinks. Breakfast was good and enjoyed this everyday. Standard room was slightly on the small side, we changed halfway through our stay to superior room and this was bigger and nicer. overall excellent stay and will be happy to re book at this Riad, The Riad was about a 15min walk to the squad through the souks which wasn't too bad, they provide you with a map and information. The first time we walked to the square we got lost but it was fine after that once you get your bearings.

Room Tip: the standard room we had was small, when we changed to the superior room this was much bigger and had a TV and sitting area.
  • Stayed: May 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank Masterp77
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Reviewed May 6, 2013

The only saving grace was the rooftop terrace. The location was poor, the staff was not helpful, limited English speakers, and the room was horrible. I can touch the wall of the room from one side to the other and there was not enough room to open the suitcase. There was no light from the windows so it felt like a dungeon. We can hear the kitchen all through the night. The shower did not drain and no privacy for the toilet. Do not let the pictures mislead you. We did ask to change rooms but was told the hotel was fully booked, although we know the room next to us was empty. I am sure that not all rooms are this poor but you can experience what we did. This is not a typical Moroccan experience as we have different experiences elsewhere. You run the risk staying at this riad. The location is hidden, which is mysterious but there are so many better riad that give you an authentic feel and local life styles.

  • Stayed: April 2013, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank KnRnH
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