We spend 4 nights in the Riad with 14 ladies. We had the Riad totally private which was very convenient. We arrived in the evening. Bouchra did welcome us and showed us around. To be honest the first impression was doubtfull, it was dark and it smelled a bit humid. but after a day it was ok (maybe we did get used to it). The rooms are simple but ok. some rooms are better than others. The beds are small and hard. The bedsheets are simple. I think it is easy to improve on this point with some nice blankets. And better mattresses.
We had some lunches and diners in the Riad which was all very tastefull. The 2 cooking women are very friendly.
On the roof there is a roof terras. Unfortunately we had some rain and therefor the mattresses were all wet. The covered part of the terras was ok, but a part was under cathair from cats passing by. They also like this riad to stay in :-)
In short, we had a very nice time. We felt at home. Bouchra did arrange all we wanted, like a guide for the Medina. She is a very kind and helpful person!
If you go with a group of people I should certainly recomment this Riad. It is only 5 minutes walk to the square and 2 minutes to the Soukh. Very easy!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A few strides from the Djema El Fna square you will be surprised by the brightness, calm and comfortable feeling of intimacy that liberates the Riad Farah. Completely renovated in the tradition in 2008 this charming Riad has 6 bedrooms, all decorated in different style and all equipped with reversible air conditioning and their private bathroom with toilets. ... more less