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Hotel & Spa Riad Edward
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Reviewed September 21, 2012

Stayed for 5 nights. Hidden away down narrow streets, the riad has quaint old fashioned charm, a nice pool big enough to swim and a comfortable rooftop sun terrace which isn't overlooked by neighbouring buildings. Outside is a rabbit warren of bustling street markets and little shops, food stalls and workshops serving the local community. There are no tourist restaurants nearby.The centre is a short (but always action packed !) taxi or bus ride away, or you can walk through the souk, (compass advised, go due south), ignoring offers to mislead you. We ate in twice, meals simple and good and they are happy to prepare whatever you want. Beatriz the manager will recommend and book restaurants and a car to take you in the evening. Wherever you stay in Marrakech sleep is punctuated by the call to prayer, a mosque is on virtually every street corner.

  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed September 11, 2012

Stayed here for 2 nights as part of a deal with sister hotel, Kasbah Bab Ourika and received one night free, which made it very economical. Originally an Englishman's house, this feels as if it hasn't moved on. Furnishings are simple but pleasant. The courtyard pool and shady sitting areas on the ground floor are relaxing and very welcome after a hot day in the market. The breakfasts are good; the lunch less so; we went to the riad next door for lunch and it was very good. We stayed in August when the weather was very hot and the lack of functioning aircon or fans made the nights a bit unbearable, but the staff bought floor fans when asked. The roof terrace was a little more airy and a good place to chill in the morning or evening. The bathrooms were basic and slightly smelly from the drains, but certainly nothing that should deter the average traveller. The staff were very attentive and tried hard to be helpful. All in all, it was a good introduction to Marrakech but I would not stay here again.

  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed August 27, 2012

This is a lovely, quiet and relatively cool hideaway from the frenetic activity and heat of the Old Town of Marrakech. Full of character and with friendly and helpful staff, We found this an excellent place to recouperate from our three day trekking expedition to the High Atlas mountains. It has a decent sized plunge pool and our room was generously sized. The food is also to be recommended. It is a bit hard to find again after the first venture into the mazy streets of the Medina, but probably no more so than most riads in that area. A thoroughly enjoyable stay.

  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled with family
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1  Thank Neil D
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Reviewed June 29, 2012

The fun starts when you see your luggage disappearing down narrow lanes deep into the medina with a wonderful glimpse into local life as you chase - you'll soon get used to left, left, left to reach the heavy door down the alleyway. And soon you'll find yourself in a world of tranquility, surrounded by retro chic with rooms over three stories centred around a large and magnificent pool. The suites are fantastic and each room has its own character. The rooftop dining is a terrific experience with excellent food and attentive staff only too happy to chat about Morocco, politics, religion and anything else. The riad is wonderfully quiet after the bustle of the medina and the walk to the museum, souks and market square is fascinating - and safe. Well, we've booked again.

Room Tip: Have no worries, the whole place is super.
  • Stayed: July 2011, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 10, 2012

We stayed here for one night after 3 days of trekking in the Atlas mountains. I'd recommend arranging for assistance getting there as it's not easy to find the first time (no signage anywhere to be seen). Once inside though, the courtyard and pool is absolutely stunning - an incredible place to retreat to after a few hours in the Medina. Beatriz was very helpful and friendly. We actually had the place to ourselves and decided to eat in at night - whilst simple, the food was probably the best we ate in Morocco. Excellent salads. The staff lit candles around the courtyard so the atmosphere was quite romantic. Unfortunately, the rooms don't overlook the courtyard, on the upside though they are very private. Location is 20min walk from main square but very easy to find cabs that get you there for about 1 euro/10 dirhams. Thanks!!

  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled as a couple
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