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Reviewed April 10, 2015

Chosen among dozens in the Medina of Marrakech for closeness to Djeema el Fna and the look on the pictures....it promises to be a Boutique Riad but to reach that title it would need a few more personality touches. The riad is very clean and looked after every day; the staff are always very kind and available for help; the distance from the main square is really handy (through a part of the souk that runs straight to it and feels safe even late at night). But the roof terrace, for instance, is hardly maintained and not really fit for lazy sun bathing on a nice, hot day....it's not really clean and cosy and you'd rather have breakfast downstairs in the courtyard. Also, the size of the rooms doesn't correspond to what various websites cite. We stayed in the largest room, Jamila, which is a good size but far from the 33sq metres advertised. Warm orange colours and comfy bed, though. Special thanks go to Hanane and Simò, who are always present though very discrete. They run the place but don't own it, which is probably why the personal touch is not there.... We never dined at the riad, so have no comments on that. Breakfast is simple and doesn't change from day to day but good and fresh. I agree with a previous comment, that in the capital of soaps and perfumes it would be nice to get something better than a couple of shower sachets, like in an ordinary hotel. Think about it, French owner, we liked the place but a little touch goes a long way....

  • Stayed: April 2015, traveled with family
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1  Thank joliflor
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Reviewed January 1, 2014

The Riad is clear, has nice staffs and great location. However, we were not happy with the stay there for the money we paid. 1. The room is very small. Our room is for two people, we did add one bed for my 8 year-old son. But even for two people, it is VERY small. For three people, one had to be on the bed. 2. The room is dark in the day and had a funky smell, so we had to open the window. 3. The shower is badly designed and make impossible NOT to wet the bathroom. We ended up paying 440 Euro for 4 nights. For half the money, we had a better Riad in Fes. They also charged me extra 4% for using the credit card and I still do not know why.

Room Tip: Check the room before you book
  • Stayed: December 2013, traveled with family
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2  Thank Yunjie T
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Reviewed February 24, 2013 via mobile

Having stayed at a few low cost riads, I decided to go a set up in price as for a little more comfort. I expected to pay more for kamar zamane and have more amenities and better facilities, all I got was a little pool and funky design. The Amira room is a decent size but the bathroom was small and the shower didn't drain. The terrace is cute and the staff are friendly but I have stayed at riads of an equal level for half the price. I think that if you are willing to go up one more step in price range that you can find something more comfortable and stylish otherwise you might as well stay around the 50€ mark and save your money. All in all an average experience for a slightly elevated price

  • Stayed: February 2013
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2  Thank flobugg
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Reviewed January 28, 2013

This dar/riad is fantastic. The location next to the souks and just north of the main square is ideal. Getting to the front door the first time is pretty difficult without assistance, however, that goes for all riads in Marrakech. After the first time, you will always find it easily. Everything about the riad is solidly very good from the terrace to the decor and the rooms. The staff stands out though as they were very helpful and friendly!

  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank Anorthite
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Reviewed June 11, 2012

A wonderful rooftop patio, breezy and cool, great and friendly staff especially Hanane. The breakfast were great always fresh orange juice. In the old Medina in a quiet nook, not far from the Central Square. The rooms were small but I imagine in Marakech everything is at a premium. We had th Red Room and it was dark in a very dramatic way. P.s. Sounds carry down to the courtyard.

Room Tip: All 6 rooms seemed great, there was one on the rooftop, which intrigued me.
  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled with family
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Thank Elizandrichard
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