We had no trouble taking a cab to the ryad...yes it did drop us off a few meters away from the ryad, but it wasn't a big deal, it was a few steps....the credit card machine wasn't working, and contrary to other reviews the staff let me pay a portion in cash and we agreed to try the credit card machine again the next day. The Sahara And Oasis rooms are the only ones that have private balconies that face the streets....they are both on the top level...the sahara is bigger than the oasis room..way bigger. The toilet is in a separate room from the walk in bathtub room....that was unexpected, but really awesome. Perhaps the decor is not "flashy" but i feel like its more of an authentic typical ryad...also..i don't understand why so many ppl have complained/negatively reviewed the call to prayer.....do you not visit other places to experience how life is lived outside of your own? i dunno imo i enjoyed hearing it...thats why i came....to appreciate another way of life...it was about a 10 minute walk 15 min maybe to Jemaa el fna..the first night we tried to find it on our own....we obvio never found it but it was fun to get lost and wander and explore....once someone explained it and showed it to us on a map we found it easily.....it was about a 5-7 min drive from the train station to the ryad....its near a sort of parking area/cab stand...rather well trafficked area so it was never hard to find a cab...there was a small outdoor restaurant about a 1 min walk away...and several little "Convenience" shops selling pop, smokes, peanuts, chips etc....the staff were quite nice when we needed extra toilet paper, towels etc...the cleaning staff was polite too..
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