I can't fault this Riad (save to say that the rooms would be better painted in lighter colours (just my opinion) and it was a bit too "English" for my liking (!)): it was very comfortable, the staff were charming and the food was great. (However, happily, I can say the same about all the places I stayed in in Morocco!)
I just think this Riad is seriously overpriced. I paid a third of the price at the other Riad we stayed in in Marrakech (very close by) and have to say the other one had the edge. Can't really see what the extra £90 a night price tag at Riad Cinnamon got us??
I didn't choose Riad Cinnamon - I spent my last two nights in Morocco with a group of friends and someone else (with deeper pockets!) did - and nor would I. While I have no complaints about it, I would much rather stay at an equally as good Riad, and spend the extra $$$ in the souks! :)
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Outstanding 5* service from a true boutique hotel located in the heart of the Marrakech Medina near to the Marrakech Museum and Ben Youssef Mosque. Unparallelled panoramic views from the stunning roof top garden. Clean and uncluttered it has a contemporary feel whilst maintaining authentic moroccan sarchitecture and some eco friendly touches.Riad Cinnamon opened at Easter 2010 after three years of refurbishment involving a host of traditional Moroccan craftsmen. Stunning roof terrace with views over Marrakech, generous ground floor patio with dipping pool. All Suites are air conditioned with minibar, satellite tv, ipod docking. Free Wifi. Substantial and delicious Moroccan breakfast served at the time of the clients choosing. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Riad Cinnamon Hotel Marrakech