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Riad Dar Sbihi
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Reviewed March 19, 2013

Just returned from raid dar sbihi in Marrakech what a wonderfull place was very worried as never done this sort of holiday before. The owners could not do enough for you,made you feel very at home it was like home for home.never had any problems they arranged trips and we kept same drive all the time there food was brilliant and the staff could not do enough for you

Room Tip: Sybil showed us all the room does not matter what room you have all lovely
  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed March 12, 2013

What an excellent holiday at this Riad. Sited in the northern part of medina only 20+ minutes from the Jemaa El Fna square, although as Cybille pointed out, the first time will take a couple of hours. The Riad is as you see in the photographs, each room is uniquely designed & decorated, oozing with character. Cybille & Sa'ad are perfect hosts, offering plenty of advice but without pressurising you. We're very independent and found their advice helpful. As others have commented, you don't get a key and you can't lock your room door, but why would you want to? Staying here is more like staying in a family home, so we felt perfectly safe & relaxed and it was no hardship ringing the bell to get in. We ate here twice & thoroughly enjoyed the food & the craic.
There is so much to see in Marrakesh that we plan to return & stay at Dar Sbihi, but we'll go for a suite next time, just for added luxury!

We would unreservedly recommend Dar Sbihi to anyone who wants a very special holiday in Morroco.

  • Stayed: March 2013
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Reviewed March 3, 2013

A truly wonderful and rare experience. Calm and serenity in the middle of the busy, bustling and unique northern part of the Medina. Birds, sounds of water and the periodic call to prayer replaced the sounds of the Souk and everyday comings and goings of the city. Cibille and Saeed were a joy, welcoming everyone into their home and nothing was too much trouble. If you can, while all rooms are comfortable, upgrade to a suite as its worth the extra seating area. Traditional Moroccan food with a nod to Cybilles Belgian heritage is highly recommended and bring your appetite as there is plenty to eat. Ask Cybille to arrange a half day guide around the Souk - we had Aziz who was a mine of information and gave us tips for getting around the Souk. We're looking forward to a repeat trip next year

Room Tip: Request a suite with seating.
  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed March 3, 2013

Many will I am sure be tempted to stay in a modern characterless hotel in the newer part of Marrakesh. However, if you are looking for a more genuine experience of the hectic time warp that is the Medina then this Riad is pretty well placed especially when taking a taxi home late at night. Previous commentators have described the extraordinary peace it offers combined with good levels of comfort and the very highest standards of service and friendliness. Take the owners advice when it comes to tours and guides. I agree that a meal or two at the Riad is a wise move as the food is wonderful. I cannot imagine anyone not being bowled over by this particularly spacious Riad. It well deserves its place as one of the 20 best to stay in the city.

Room Tip: There is a good selection and certainly one has a BATH. You will be less disturbed by the early morning muezzin from the near by mosque if your room is on the GROUND FLOOR.
  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed February 25, 2013

This Riad at the Northern end of the medina is a jewel. From the ridiculous noise and energy of Marrakech to the sublime of peace, calm and tranqulity when you walk through the door of this Riad. The owners Sybille and Saeed will do all they can to make your stay as relaxing as possible. They will arrange guides and taxis should you require them ( recommended ) who will not rip you off as you expect most to do in this city.
The rooms are excellent, the grounds are stunning, the staff are so helpful. There is a terrace on which you can relax or have breakfast, its ideal.
If you want to stay in Marrakech, stay here....simples!

Room Tip: We upgraded from a basic room on arrival for an extra 40 Euros per night, may be worth doing when you book??
  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled as a couple
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