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Riad Suliman
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Reviewed February 16, 2014

We have just returned for 5 days at Riad Suliman and it was great. Located in the Mellah area of the city, it was very quiet and everything was in walking distance. You couldn't even hear the call to prayer in the morning. We were lucky to stay in the beautiful quartz room on the 1st floor. Dagamara was very helpful and organised a wonderful day hiking in the mountains for us (rather than a simple drive up to the mts and a walk to the waterfalls). It and the sunsets on the riad's roof terrace were the highlights of our trip.....and the haman..... Good place with lovely staff :-)

Room Tip: Quartz room is the best with a bathtub filled with roses and lit with candles.
  • Stayed: February 2014, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed February 15, 2014

From arrival to departure this was a perfect stay
We were met at the airport by a driver from the Riad whose name was Redoune
On arriving at the Riad late evening, Dagmara, owner and principal, had arranged a traditional Moroccan dinner for us which was excellent. As we came to discover the cooking at the Riad was better than some of the so called 5 star restaurants in town and well recommend
My wife eats anything but I am vegetarian and nothing was too much trouble for Dagmara and her team
The morning was great with an excellent breakfast which varied daily and set us up for the day ahead. No rules. Some folk would be down at 8am and others at 11am but breakfast was there for all guests whenever they chose to leave their rooms
The room we had was on the first floor and a little tight but there was a great firm double bed and walk in shower. It was great
The Riad itself is beautifully restored and as one reviewer put it not over done. It has the feel of an authentic Moroccan home and is easy on the eyes. Decoration and colours are always personal but we loved it and think Dagmar’s interior design skills are first class
Its location is excellent and is 5 mins walk from the start of the cultural attraction's and in the heart of the Jewish quarter.15 mins walk (if you don't stop to look at all the shops) from the main square
In the days we explored the Souks and cultural attractions such as the Kasbah mosque, Bahia Palace museums etc
At night we ventured into the main square and often ate at the street cafes and thoroughly recommend that you try this. They are all numbered but Number 1 for us was the best
Every evening we would return home, yes home as that is what Riad Suliman had become, and Dagmara was always on hand with mint tea and wanting to chat about the day.
The roof terrace is great and is an excellent sun trap.18 degrees felt like 28 degrees in the UK
Also there is a bar with beers wine and soft drinks which is literally an Oasis and the prices are more than reasonable
Redoune, mentioned earlier, also took us to restaurants and on a tour of the Atlas Mountains, which if you have time is a must do and he was great company with a lot of knowledge about the Berbers and history of Morocco. Dagmara has an excellent relationship with the private hire company and the costs are reasonable. Just ask her and all will be organised
A mention for Mohamed who was always on hand to help as well
Dagmara and her team especially Suliman made everything easy without being overbearing. It helps that she is multi lingual speaking English French Arabic and Polish. Why? To find out you should go yourself. As I am writing this my wife is looking over my shoulder and says she wants to go again
Missing you guys and girls. Maybe we’ll get "lucky" and get over to see you again this year

Anyone reading this should know this Riad was number one in the charts for us

Thank you Dagmara T&T

Room Tip: All the rooms were well decorated but it is quieter on the first floor
  • Stayed: February 2014, traveled as a couple
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Thank Terryworld1
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Reviewed February 15, 2014

I could not decide whether I felt like an honoured guest or a member of the family. Nothing was too much trouble and our needs we're anticipated before we even thought of them, yet we both felt so comfortable here it was as if we were at home. Dagmara is an excellent host and has trained her extremely helpful staff to respond quickly and willingly to every request. The rooms are beautifully decorated and the beds comfortable. We were welcomed with mint tea and biscuits and given the low down on what to see in Marrakech and which trips were to be recommended. Meals at the Riad were superb and I loved my cooking class with Layla on the last day. This was a special trip for my 60th birthday and I couldn't think of a better place to spend it in. GO!!!

Room Tip: We loved Turqoise room but ask for a room upstairs as it is quieter.
  • Stayed: February 2014, traveled as a couple
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Thank Lesley D
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dagusia_6, Owner at Riad Suliman, responded to this reviewResponded February 18, 2014

Dear Lesley,
it was an honor and a real pleasure to have you here with us to celebrate such an important moment of your life! Hope to see you again!
Warm regards
Dagmara

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Reviewed February 8, 2014

We stayed at the Riad Suliman for a five day visit to Marrakech and it proved to be a fantastic base to explore this amazing city. The staff are exceptionally friendly, helpful and knowledgeable about the sights of the city and how to get around. The Riad has a good restaurant itself (which also serves a good breakfast) and has a number of excellent restaurants nearby. The Riad comes highly recommended, just don't judge it from the street outside!

Stayed: January 2014, traveled with friends
Thank A C
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Reviewed February 8, 2014

A nondescript door in a nondescript street takes you into this lovely little riad. At the centre is a small courtyard open to the elements with half a dozen bedrooms at first floor level facing on to the courtyard. The riad has been restored but not over restored so there's a touch of old Marrakech realism about it. We arrived about 19:00ish, it was pouring with rain and cold, mint tea was instantly produced and we were informed that they'd prepared dinner for us as we wouldn't want to go out on a night like this. How right they were and indicative of how attentive the owner and the staff are to their guests. Apparently the riad also has a fine roof terrace which due to the weather we didn't take advantage of either! They're well organised for pick-up/drop-off to/from the airport, just ask and a car/driver will be arranged for whatever, restaurants organised, etc.etc. Why on earth would you stay in a big hotel? All-in-all a very pleasant stay

  • Stayed: February 2014, traveled as a couple
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Thank ColinInHants
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