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Riad & Spa Mabrouk
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Reviewed February 19, 2013

I stayed in the hotel 3 times now and every time .....it has been truly an amazing experience....i would recommend this over and over for the service and the the comfort.....rooms are beautiful and very clean... a hotel which makes your holiday a bit more exciting then just a place to stay..and for a very reasonable price.....5starts for everything.... thank you :) . Shak

Room Tip: It is in centre of the town easy access to shop and transport both.
  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled with friends
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Thank ShaksK
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R-SPA-Mabrouk, Responsable réception at Riad & Spa Mabrouk, responded to this reviewResponded October 4, 2013

I hope your return home was pleasant and that the warmth of the Marrakesh's sun will be in your hearts forever.
The team of Riad SACR and my self thank you for your trust. We have enjoyed your company very much and we all hope to welcome you again very soon.
With my best wishes for your future,

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Reviewed September 17, 2012

Location really could not be better - situated on a named road (a rarity in the Medina) and only a minute's walk down a pedestrianised modern shopping street (no bartering) to Jamaa El F'naa square (lots of bartering). No narrow alleyways in sight -- you'll have to go and seek those out in the Medina.

Our room faced onto the street, so good fun watching the crowds go past outside, but it was a bit noisy, with shop owners out on the street shouting until late, and especially noticeable whenever the square is really noisy and going hell for leather til late, on the first night drums were pounding furiously at some ungodly hour, but was not as noisy on the second night (we stayed Wed & Thurs), but we brought foam ear plugs anyway so didn't really notice too much. Comfy firm mattress, and there was double glazing so most of the noise was shut out effectively and we slept very well. Shower was OK, bathroom nicely appointed with its own water heater (so the bathroom was pretty warm all the time even with the air con running in the room).


Reception staff were very helpful, and all spoke enough English to make ourselves understood.

Food at the Riad Mabrouk is... decent. Breakfasts included and very very filling. The lamb tagine is really amazing -- but more like a curry (you'll need a side dish!) whereas the chicken one was not so impressive. We had a superb salad & harira soup first night, as we weren't that hungry. Service is very good (it helps A LOT if you can speak French). They do sell a selection of alcoholic drinks if you're not into observing the local customs. We didn't eat anywhere else as the Medina is pretty stressful -- not knowing where to turn and having a hundred friendly local people saying "oh, don't eat there because it'll make you ill, eat here instead" doesn't make it any easier to decide, when you're conscious that they might well be on commission (even though they are probably just being friendly). Solo travellers will have an easier time of this, as you can more easily build up rapport with someone if you don't look like the average tourist, and can work out if they're genuine or not.

Ice cream & patisserie 20yds up the road towards JEF is well worth a visit.

We didn't use the spa facilities.

You'll 'do' Marrakech in 2 days max, so I wouldn't advise a longer stay, but the Mabrouk is definitely a good choice if you don't want an adventure holiday!

  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled as a couple
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R-SPA-Mabrouk, Responsable réception at Riad & Spa Mabrouk, responded to this reviewResponded October 4, 2013

I hope your return home was pleasant and that the warmth of the Marrakesh's sun will be in your hearts forever.
The team of Riad SACR and my self thank you for your trust. We have enjoyed your company very much and we all hope to welcome you again very soon.
With my best wishes for your future,

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Reviewed May 10, 2012

Because we booked a last minute, we quickly searched and found a nice deal online at Riad Mabrouk. It turned out to be a worthy choice!
The hotel is located only 1 minute away from the famous and wonderful Jamaa el-Fna place (the inhabitants call it the "Big Square"). For us it was perfect, but for people who need total silence in order to get some sleep, it might be less attractive. After a whole day walking it is so nice to come back to your hotel, freshen up a bit and go out again any time you like!
The room we got was not big but not small either, just normal sized. The interior is very pretty; all the small details and decorations make it a colorful and cosy place to stay in. The room gets cleaned and tidied up every day. In our case, we opened a window and watched the big crowds flow through the streets. As mentioned before, it can get a bit noisy (until 12pm), but for us this wasn't a problem at all.
Breakfirst was included: if you are a sweettooth, you will love it! Nice Moroccan tea, jus d'orange, small pancakes, sweet bread and a croissant. They vary the breakfirst a bit every day. We also had a lunch and diner once. It is somewhat expensive in comparison with other places, but surely not overpriced.
The staff is very polite and is willing to assist you with almost everything. For example, because we payed a bit too much for the taxi from the airport to the hotel, the man from the security made sure we used taxi's that were fairly priced. Everyone speaks basic English, so communicating is no problem. A special thanks for Hassan, Saliha and Hanan for answering all our questions and helping us out with making the best of Marrakech!

  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank MartenHoukes
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Reviewed March 4, 2012

Riad Mabrouk is a very good hotel. But what made it memorable is the help it offered when I got involved in a minor traffic accident. The management came out to the police station to help translate and perform as a witness. They did not expect any payment, this was just normal friendly service. This was a tremendous relief, as you can imagine.
Thank you, Riad Mabrouk!

  • Stayed: March 2012, traveled with family
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1  Thank Michel B
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Reviewed March 2, 2012

My husband booked this riad over the phone and we had no clue as to the location but it turned out to be a real gem,the location is king for this place, if you want to see marrakech location is important and you coulnt be better placed. The manager zaha was lovley and made sure we felt at home and really we did.
It is one of the most beautiful places ive ever expereinced for sure we had a suite which is worth the extra slpash if your a couple, but the double rooms are ok too.
most rooms can be made into twins.
the spa and hammam was great and i throughly enjoyed it.
in the evenings in the hotel live music plays which is beautiful. in all you wont be dissapointed.
The only one thing that was a bit dissapointing was breakfast as it is a little limited but we sorted this by buying the stuff we wanted from local shops.i really enjoyed it its worth every penny i spent so thanks to all at the riad x

  • Stayed: February 2012, traveled with family
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Thank 123leme
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