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Riad Dalia
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Reviewed September 11, 2012

This Riad was the our first riad stay when we landed in Morocco-Marrakesh..and from the time we stepped in the Riad we felt home..The owner Mohammed was so generous and kind..that he told the cook to prepare for us some quick snacks to eat at noon time as we were really hungry..and without charging extra money..

The rooms are very traditionally made and very spacious..Its a family riad so there is no danger of any sort to stay here..

Riad is approx 15 min away by foot from the main square Jan el fena..and to get to the main square is very easy from the riad..

Many thanks...
Regards
Haresh and Madhuri Bhatia from Dubai

  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed April 27, 2012

Riad Dalia is an authentic traditional Moroccan small palace with a peaceful, colorful central garden courtyard. Coming in from the nearby medina and the hawking in the souk is like stepping immediately out of chaos into order and quiet. It is all the work of the owner, Mohammed, the kind and helpful proprietor who has spent the past 15 or so years restoring this old Moroccan mansion back to its former glory. The atrium has the traditional trees and a central fountain, beautiful tiles, Arabic calligraphy and architecture. The rooms are not huge but they are of a reasonable size, tastefully decorated with bright fabric and tiles, mosaic lighting fixtures and small decorative pieces that one would never find in even the finest hotels. Trust is key. Cleanliness is obvious; substantial breakfasts get one off to a good start. The location is perfect for visiting the fabled central square -- a "must see" but only once! Don't get lost in the souk or you'll be paying a bunch of kids who are only too willing to show you the way out. Look like you know what you're doing and try not to pay too much attention to the constant hawkers and sellers in the souk and on the streets. It's a cultural phenomenon. In all, Riad Dalia is a little gem and the owner is a jeweler. Worth the money and the effort to find it among the alleys.
Gene -- Vermont, USA

  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled with friends
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Reviewed April 7, 2012

We arrived really late at night and our pre arranged taxi was there waiting at the airport as planned. Mohammed (the lovely owner) then met us on the main road to walk us down. I'm not going to lie - it was late, dark and first impressions of the little alleyway were not good. We were terrified! However, once inside the riad it was absolutely beautiful. A real haven away from busy Marrakech. We 'braved' walking outside alone to find the main square that night and it was fine. By the end of the trip we felt quite silly for feeling so scared!

Our room wasn't huge but perfectly fine for our needs - the bathroom was lovely and spotlessly clean.

The breakfast was a highlight - we managed to get the rooftop table most mornings and it was absolutely beautiful. Eating breakfast outside in the February sun was a real treat. We had boiled eggs, bread, pancakes and yogurt if I remember rightly along with fresh orange juice and coffee.

The only niggle we had was during the booking process - I originally booked five nights then we decided to change our flights so I cancelled the booking and re booked for six nights. I then emailed the riad to arrange an airport transfer about a week before we were due to arrive but they had got our bookings confused and not realised we were booked in again so weren't expecting us. Stressful day trying to sort it all out and Mohammed got us a room for 5 nights but had to arrange 1 night in a nearby Riad. It worked out OK for us as we'd planned to go to the mountains anyway so just went on that day. A little stressful at the time but it all got sorted out so not a big problem.

All in all we had a great time and I highly recommend staying.

  • Stayed: February 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed March 25, 2012

We spend( couple in their 30s) four nights at Riad Dalia and had a great time. It is beautiful riad with very nice decorated rooms, very peaceful and comforting. You will find very nice inner yard and tarrrace brilliant places to relax after coming back from the noisy city centre. Breakfast is very tasty, fresh and plentiful. You will have to arrange to be picked up by Mohamed( we order the taxi via hotel) as this place is very dificult to find, as most of the places in medina. The location is good, abot 15 min walk to the main square.
If you want to try nice food or coffee choose places with less tourists and more locals
( cheaper and better).There is supermarket( about 30 min walk) near Majorelle gardes where you can buy cheap alkohol. Marquize cigarrettes ar 17 MAB per pack of 20- DO NOT PAY MORE.

  • Stayed: March 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Anna M
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Reviewed March 21, 2012

Frankly, we were sceptic when we moved from an expensive luxery riad to Riad Dalia, since everywhere we stepped our foot in this country we felt ripped off, but this riad is an acceptance. The riad is very afforable compared to what you get and the owner is one of the most genuine and friendly people we've met in this country. We are definitly recommending this riad if you are looking for a traditional Marrocon riad that is cosy but affordable plus located in a secure area.

  • Stayed: March 2012
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Thank vlundh
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