This riad was well situated for the medina. A little ramp from bedroom to shower room/toilet,wheel in shower but no grab bars at toilet or shower ,access to lowered sink with wheelchair also one sink at standard height,side transfer possible from right to left[with wheelchair facing same way as toilet}no grab bar.
owner and staff friendly and helpfull[would help if you can speak a little french]
warning! if you cannot find your riad at night the teenage boys will come out from hiding and show you the way home then demand 5 euros !
We should have chased them away but we were nervous in the dark alley ways!
also when arriving at the riad a young morrocan guy helped us to the riad ,we gave him 20 dirhams he demanded 50 so ended up giving him 40.
marrakech in my opinion is quite an easy city to visit in a wheelchair all flat with some dropped kerbs but a nightmare to cross streets at rush hour!
marjorelle gardens mostly accessible with a few steps here and there,a toilet with wider door in ladies but didnt appear to have grab bar.
museum of marrakech mainly accessible.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to Marrakech, red city located in the heart of Morocco, 200 km from the sea and the door of the desert.Read our Riad in a typical. It is located in the center of the Medina and 10 minutes from the Jemaa el Fna square and 5 minutes of a point car and taxi. ... more less
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