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Riad Alboraq
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Reviewed June 25, 2010

Riad AlBoraq is located in the north of the medina, in a safe and interesting area, just a 15 minutes walk from the souks and the Jamaa el Fna square - there is so much to see that the walk is a pleasure in itself. Owner and staff are extremely friendly and helpful, the food (and the mint tea and cookies!) is excellent, rooms are clean and comfortable and the whole riad is beautifully decorated. After the hectic of the medina, it is a wonderful place to rest and relax and experience Marrakech in a different way. Highly recommended, we will come back ourselves some day!

  • Stayed: February 2010, traveled with family
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3  Thank UtrechtPeter
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Reviewed June 9, 2010

The Al-Boraq is situated to the north of the Medina, which is a ten minute walk away. The riad is exquisitely decorated and the bedrooms all have an individual style. We stayed with Yves for five days in mid May. A huge thankyou to him and his staff who made our stay just perfect. I suppose the best compliment you can pay anyone is to say that you will return. I can assure you (and Yves) that we most certainly will. Smiro and his wife (superb cook) along with Aisha took care of us as if we were their family - nothing was any trouble. The sun terrace was our sanctuary in the mid afternoons and the plunge pool was there if we needed to cool down. Thanks once again Yves. Lindsey and Alan

  • Stayed: May 2010, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank AMPFrimley
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Reviewed May 17, 2010

Very friendly people, very beautiful rooms, a little cool pool, a sunroof, ... everything you wish for!

  • Stayed: April 2010, traveled with friends
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2  Thank Juliedebie
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Reviewed April 5, 2010

We spent two nights at the Riad Alboraq because our other riad was only available for one night. This riad was beautiful and exceeded our expectations in every way. It's new so it's rating on trip advisor does not yet reflect how wonderful it is. The service was impeccable - the owner paid for a cab from our other riad and personally walked us from the taxi to this riad (the riad's can be quite tough to locate in the medina). We were served a tasty breakfast every morning with piping hot coffee and tea and pastries on the rooftop terrace each afternoon. The owner and his family were very warm and the owner speaks English and was able to arrange several tours for us on the spot. He also had good restaurant recommendations for us. Finally, he assisted us with trains/transport out of Marakkech. The riad was very clean and the rooms were beautiful!
Bottomline - impeccable service and beautiful riad:)

  • Stayed: March 2010, traveled as a couple
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3  Thank lvillaSpain
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Reviewed January 10, 2010

This Riad was everything we could have hoped for as women traveling in a city unknown to all of us. Personable and generous with their time, the owner and manager were available for questions, directions, and even a rescue of lost visitors. Morning started with a wake up call and as if being serenaded from a magic carpet, the call to prayer comes wafting in. All the meals were worth their weight in gold. Coming back after a day out to authentic regional meals at night (if wanted) was a welcomed treat. We were even lucky enough to stay up late a few nights to get recipes and cooking instructions from Saida- a jewel herself. This Riad added to our experience of Marrakech. Small, personable, clean, beautiful to the eye; a real oasis from the constant motion of the city.

  • Stayed: December 2009, traveled with family
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3  Thank jgm2010
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