The rooms are clean, the staff is very kind, the riad is centrally located and it offers the opportunity to enjoy an hammam and a dinner on the terrace. However: the French owners won't accept credit cards for the extras (meals, hammam and so on), they ask a 2% extra commission if you pay for your stay with your credit card. This is not correct at all! unfortunately I haven't been able to notice this to Mastercard so far.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- It is in the fascinating shrine of the Medina, sheltered from too much modernity, that you will find this welcoming house that was a traditional Marrakchi family mansion until 2006It took 2.560 trips by donkey drawn carriage to bring all the new materials needed to renovate the house and make a dream come true. But all our efforts have been rewarded and l'Heure d'Eté is now a lovely ryad proud to combine the discreet comfort of stylish modernity with the best of age-old Moroccan traditions. 13 rooms and a suite are distributed on three different levels around a glass-roof patio-lounge that can be opened at will to enjoy the best of the season.L'Heure d'Eté is located in the vicinity of Jemaa el Fnaa Square (3 minute walk) and will provide you with all the expertise and comfort you need to enjoy the unforgettable beauty of the red city. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- l Heure d Ete Marrakech