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Reviewed November 25, 2009

After a delayed flight and cariying two young children we were not the happiest travellers to be arriving at Dar Ayniwen at 2am. The large gates were opened and the hotel staff were standing waiting to greet us. the entrance was romantically it by candles, we were warmly greeted, our luggage was whisked away, we were given warm tea and sweet patries and given a quick tour of the hotel, the smell of the garden was amazing - what a reception, needless to say our mood was uplifted immediately.

We stayed a short week and spent most of our time around the hotel. There is no doubt about it this is a beautiful little place, but what really makes this special is their attention to service. The staff are fantastic, we were able to eat at any time and anywhere in the hotel/room/poolside (as long as notified in advance) as we have two boys 3 and 18 months this was a huge perk, allowing us to eat as early at 5.30pm while most restaurants will not open until 7.30pm., The staff were great with our boys too, happy to play with them and take them for walks in the garden to see the birds and tortoises.

The overall feel is a stay with very hospitable friends.

Our only request would be to have a proper shower in the room, we stayed in the Colonnade suite and it had a shower hose attached to the bath. Though this will not prevent us coming visiting again.
A bientot.

  • Stayed: September 2009, traveled with family
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2  Thank rannougriswold
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Reviewed November 19, 2009

we just came back from 4 nights in this beautifull place. The garden is magnificent and the house is amazing ,full of objects the owner collected. you feel at home , very personal service (you can eat what you want , where and when) A driver is available (included in the price) to bring you to the medina whenever you like. only 7 rooms so never crowded. we had a good massage and scrub , hamam. food was good , service excellent. we will be back.

  • Stayed: November 2009, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank idlBrussels
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Reviewed November 13, 2009

I went with my mother for a four night stay . The suite was very spacious with lovely antique furnishings , not having to use taxis was just brilliant , we chose to eat in every night and really enjoyed some morrocan specialities. The gardens were beautiful , it was lovely and relaxing being able to sit in such a tranquil setting , we go away together every year and this is the first time that we are considering returning . A fantastic experience.

  • Stayed: November 2009, traveled with family
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Reviewed November 12, 2009

Our stay at Dar Ayniwen was fantastic from start to finish! We received a very warm welome and guided tour on arrival and our suite had a luxuurious yet traditional feel, with great attention to detail. The hotel itself only has seven guest rooms/suites, so it feels boutiquey but all the tucked away lounge areas in the main house and the wonderful gradens create an air of spacious calm. There is also a lovely swimming pool and on-site hammam to help you relax and unwind. The staff were faultless, with Aziz the manager and the waiting staff being particularly impressive and nothing was too much trouble for them. The food was also consistently excellent, with produce being brought in fresh every day from the local food markets. Being able to use the 'house cars' to and from anywhere in the city was another huge bonus as it removed the hassle of tackling public transport or braving driving on the local roads! All in all, Dar Ayniwen is an exceptional hotel and we would highly recommend it to anyone visiting Marrakech.

  • Stayed: November 2009, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank doubleeddie
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Reviewed November 4, 2009

I could not find fault with Dar Ayniwen and highly recommend it . We have visited 3 times over the last 5 years and it gets better every time we go . The staff are amazing and nothing is too much trouble . my 2 small children were treated like royalty & had amazing meals cooked for them .
The food is fabulous . Breakfast is a fantastic spread and the portions are very generous . lunch and dinner are prepared according to your wishes and are wonderful affairs .....rose petals on the table etc .
We stay in the galaxy suite which is huge and very luxurious and works very well with the 2 children .
Any request given is handled promptly and with a lovely smile .
I highly recommend Dar Ayniwen . it is very luxurious , very friendly and a lovely oasis in the middle of marrakech.
Thank you Aziz , Stephan , Lamia and all the wonderful staff ....hope to see you all again soon

  • Stayed: October 2009, traveled with family
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Thank MANDY1London
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