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Riad Cinnamon
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Reviewed May 17, 2013

My family stayed at the Riad Cinnamon for 4 days in March, 2013. It was a great place to get a feel for the city and the Souks. Hossan made us feel very at home and safe. They gave us a cell phone in case we got lost and Hossan came to the rescue more than once. I would highly recommend it for anyone looking for a unique experience. The rooftop terrace has incredible views and we enjoyed the Tangier Lamb dinner on our arrival.
Rob, Canada

  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled with family
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Reviewed May 15, 2013

My wife and I are doing a world tour a gap year and we chose Riad Cinnamon based on recommendations by the helpful Moroccan Tourist Board (who also gave us great recommendations for all our other Morocco hotels). Perfect location on edge of souks, top quality bedding and furniture, panoramic view of the whole of medina from charming roof terrace, great english speaking excursions offerred through sister company, wonderful breakfasts lasted us through till night time dinners.
This hotel surpassed our expectations in every way from the warm and efficient greeting to the sumptuous bedding and delicious roof top romantic meal we were served on our final night.
No complaints at all just wish you could create another hotel like this in our locality!
We will recommend your establishment to our work colleagues who are planning a trip to Marrakech next fall and to our friends who are planning a honeymoon in Africa this November. Especially have to praise the competent Abdou and the charming Meriem who taught us a very usefuol handful of words to use when bargaining in the souks. We will be back to sample you delicious tagines and pastillias as soon as we reward ourselves with another gap year! Bisslamma Meriem!

Room Tip: Our room was the casablanca suite smart white and grey but we also saw the essaouira suite (blue) which looked very different-nice sofa area with a winding staircase and we liked the Meknes suite colour-purple.
  • Stayed: April 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed May 3, 2013

Me and nine other friends stayed at this amazing Riad for 4 nights from April 25th 2013. To begin with, the booking process was very simple and Andrew was very helpful and accommodating. We arranged to be picked from the airport which cost £5 per person which was fine with us. After about a 20 minute drive, we came to a square where we were greeted by Hossein, the Riad manager, he and a member of staff walked us along a maze of lanes to the Riad which was amazing. The rooms are beautifully decorated, very authentic and clean, I stayed in the Meknes suite which was beautiful.
The Riad is located in the middle of the Medina but you wouldn't think it as it was such a calm oasis. The roof terrace is amazing with great views and a mosque right near it. The staff were so helpful and accommodating, nothing was too much for them. Miriam and Zahire cooked us a great breakfast and also a very tasty meal on one of our nights. The breakfast consisted of fresh orange juice, jam, egg and some lovely breads and on one occasion a lovely pancake.
Hossein dealt with all our cab bookings and walked us to the cabs on every occasion and also greeted us at any time, even at 4am, and walked us back safely to the Riad.
You are given mobile phones in case you get lost in the Medina or need any kind of help with Hossein. This was very thoughtful and useful.
The Riad is near to cafe Arabe which was a great place with great food and a lovely terrace.
All ten of us agree we thoroughly enjoyed our experience at the Riad and would definitely return again. I previously came to Marrakech and stayed at a hotel in La Palmerie area which I would never do again as you don't get the full experience of Marrakech that way.

Room Tip: Meknes suite is perfect for 2 people
  • Stayed: April 2013, traveled with friends
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Reviewed April 7, 2013

Thanks so much to Riad Cinnamon and our lovely hosts Hossan and Meriem and Zarah. We had a most wonderful stay with you. Let me first list all the things we loved:
The tagines, pastillas and Moroccan salads.
The lovely guy who took our bags everywhere for us .
The mint tea on the terrace surrounded by orange flower blossoms.
The softest sheets I have ever slept on.
The haunting sound of the call to prayer.
The helpful smile of all the staff and especially Meriem's keen desire to please us all with her advice.
We loved Ma5rrakech and even got good at Haggling (we4 think).
Riad Cinnamon was a peaceful haven amongst the crazy colourful medina.
We thoroughly recommend it. We visited sister hotel Dar Habiba as well and had a lovely relaxing hammam. Our only suggestion is that perhaps you could have the hammam products for sale as we loved them but could nt find them anywhere.
We will be back!

Room Tip: we loved the chefchowen suite but also saw the casablanca and they were both as lovely as each other.
  • Stayed: April 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed April 5, 2013

My fiancé and I stayed just one night in Riad Cinnamon, after two nights in the sister riad, Dar Habiba. We managed to find the riad without much trouble (they were going to send someone to walk us down, but we were early and thought we’d try ourselves). There’s no sign outside the door, though. We had to call Dar Habiba on the phone they’d given us to check the number (it’s number 9, right at the end of a little alleyway). The location is really handy for the souks, and for the Museum of Marrakech and Ben Youssef Medersa. There is a mosque right round the corner, so the call to prayer will almost certainly wake you up at 5am. But it only lasts about 10 minutes, then you can get straight back to sleep.

When we arrived, we had a pot of mint tea in the courtyard. There’s a traditional dipping pool here, although it was pretty cold so I just paddled. The furniture is fantastic, all very traditional with lots of lanterns and carved furniture. There’s one room down on the ground floor, the rest are upstairs.

We stayed in the Meknes Suite, which was amazing. There’s an old fireplace, a huge wardrobe, a sofa (which can be turned into an extra bed I think) and a little alcove overlooking the courtyard with carved wooden shutters and a table and chairs. There are a couple of games, like chess and backgammon, which were nice touches. Up on the mezzanine there was a snug, with sofas and a TV and DVD player. The bathroom was huge, too, with two sinks and a big shower (hot water takes a while to come on, but we didn’t have any problems with it running out).

The roof terrace was fantastic – plenty of space for sunbathing or relaxing in the shady area, and great views of the city and the mountains. There’s a dipping pool up here as well, although it was empty when we were there.

Breakfast was included, and we had fresh orange juice, fruit salad, bread and jam, yoghurt, eggs, and cake (who doesn’t love cake for breakfast?!). We also had a three-course dinner in the courtyard, which was the best meal we had in Marrakech. Moroccan salads to start, followed by tagines (chicken with lemon and olives, and lamb with prunes), and crepes and fruit for pudding.

It was pretty expensive, but it was a nice treat for one night. I’d recommend combining this with Dar Habiba – it’s cheaper (but just as lovely) and is better located for exploring the palaces and getting to the square. The staff will transfer your bags between the two places, so you don’t have to worry about that at all – you just leave one riad in the morning, do your own thing, then come back to the other riad later on.

  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled as a couple
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