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Ksar Anika
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Reviewed December 19, 2013 via mobile

We stayed 3 nights at this riad. It's a lovely modern riad with large rooms. The staff are friendly. Since we came in December, breakfast and dinner was served in a cosy dining room with a fireplace. It is located in a corner of the Medina next to the old Jewish cemetery. It's a very quiet area. But it is also quite far from the central Jenaa el Fnaa Square - a good 20 minute walk and very quiet and dark in some areas at night. It is not unsafe though as there are always people walking around. But if u are shopping at the souk in the Square, it's quite a distant to walk back to drop your things. Taxi may be required.

  • Stayed: December 2013
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1  Thank sdhilaw
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Reviewed December 15, 2013

You can't help but shed your cynicism when you meet the staff of this riad because they are truly genuiniely nice people who want to make your stay as pleasant as possible. I loved my room - it was neat and tidy at all times, the staff was so helpful and cheerful, and the location of this riad was just a short 15-minute walk to Jemaa el Fna and the souks! It was also within walking distance to the Badi Palace and the Royal Palace. There was a tranquility to this place that contrasted with the vibrant chaos of Marrakech, so it was nice to come home every night to peace.

  • Stayed: December 2013, traveled solo
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1  Thank Habs330
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Reviewed November 9, 2013

We had a lovely stay in this riad. It is outside of the main chaos of Marrakech but easy walking distance to the main square for example (10 -15 mins) and closer than that to really nice restaurants and bars. The staff were welcoming, helpful and attentive without being overbearing. We did not have supper there but the mint tea and biscuits on arrival and the breakfasts were wonderful. Breakfast consists of fresh orange juice, fresh fruit and yoghurt and a variety of French and Moroccan breads - lovely. Highly recommended!! We were in the Marrakech imperial room which was lovely - spacious and lovely balcony overlooking the courtyard and pool.

  • Stayed: October 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed October 30, 2013

We arrived in this beautiful riad quite late in the evening but were welcomed with warm smiles and instant attention, the mint tea and home made biscuits followed closely. The immediate reaction is the sheer elegant sophistication of decor and furnishings - no expense appears to have been spared on selecting the most fitting item to show off every corner etc. Someone with great artistic talent has been in charge here. A wonderful collection of plants which are at home in the two beautiful internal courtyards help to set off a small lounge area as well as the pool area with dining area close by.

Our bedroom was simply furnished but with typical old Moroccan furniture. The bed was very comfortable with thin duvet type coverlet. An empty fridge had been set working so was already cold should we have needed it. The windows in the room all open out into the courtyard so there is a rather dim natural light. Air conditioning was provided. The large marble bathroom provided a large bath with shower over and the washbasin had unusual toiletries provided. All worked to perfection and nothing was missing.

May favourite place was the expansive roof area with several plants growing in large terra cotta pots - bougainvillea etc. amongst other items whose names were unknown to me. The views around are stunning - at a distance the tower of the Katoubia Mosque, the roof of the El Bahia Palace which is a short walk away and costs a mere 10 dirhams entry. Ahead and to the right are the Atlas mountains but in the foreground the busy city scape of the medina, in which Ksar Anika stands. To the right foreground are the Jewish and Muslim burial grounds

The all important food was very good. Breakfast consisted of a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice, cereal, fruit salad, pancakes with a choice of jam or honey, tea and coffee. Plenty of freshly made Moroccan bread and butter available. Dinner gave choices of good soup, simple salads, tagines, omelettes etc. The sweets too simple but good and with fruit. The menu is not large but we found it perfectly adequate and unusual. The weather was hot and we were not desperately hungry.

Jmaa El Fnaa was not too far for us to walk. Just turn left out of the hotel and follow that road - although it turns to left and right before arriving in a small cross roads where, just to the right is the El Bahia Palace, but ignoring this continue forward then to the left and into a large area - this will be Place des Flerbontiers. In the square you will have a choice of 3 ways. Take the first very narrow street and this eventually leads directly into Jmaa El Fnaa. A word of warning re taxis. We were told that Petit taxis used their meters. Not true! Only one of the 3 we used did so. The other problem is that to get by taxi to the Riad either you have to walk back from Place des Flerbontiers because the little street is One Way, or you get a taxi to the Cemetiere Juif - Jewish Cemetery. If you say Riad Ksar Anika, first they probably won't know it because there are so many and secondly they are associated with affluent tourists! The fare would rise accordingly. So you have to be crafty over this.

All this said, the experience is well worth the efforts - 2 or 3 days is all we could stand of the crowds, traffic, motor cycles, touts etc. Read all about it in a guide first to get the best experience.

Room Tip: Rooms on first floor, cemetery side are quieter.
  • Stayed: October 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank lancslass67
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Reviewed October 27, 2013

We spent three nights in this beautiful Riad and did not want to leave. The staff are wonderfully attentive, breakfasts are superb and we had a very nice dinner our first night. The rooms are spacious and very well decorated and bathrooms were large and bright. It was obviously built to be a Riad not converted to be one.

WiFi is available but only in one area of the Riad - it gave us a chance to meet with our fellow WiFi'ers on a regular basis.

  • Stayed: October 2013, traveled with family
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Thank John O
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