My boyfriend and I were placed here after a double booking mixup with our other hotel. This Riad was about 15 min walk from the square and not terribly hard to find compared to some others in the Medina. Our room was clean and the bathroom fixtures looked very new. Our room also had heating and TV, which others did not. As is common, we were greeted with tea and cookies upon arrival, and the usual breakfast of crepes and bread was served on the terrace in the morning. I got the impression this place was more expensive than our original booking, considering the amenities, but I'm not sure how much of a premium the are charging for it.
A big downside for us was that nobody here spoke a lick of English, and we only knew a few words in French. Communication was very difficult, and as a result could not arrange for an airport taxi. Also, we were quoted our room tax in Euros, which seemed odd because it came out to be more than the other Riad we stayed at in Marrakech (It came out to 55DH/night as opposed to the 34DH/night for the other riad). It may just vary depending on Riad.
Still, this was a very nice accommodation in terms of decor and beauty.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This ancient riad has been restored in full respect of tradition. At the swimming pool you can stay listening the song of birds, in the Moroccan sitting-room or enjoying a massage and a jacuzzi. On the terrace you could order and taste delicious moroccan food. ... more less
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