Stayed here for 4 nights. I was met by Ali and shown to the riad through the maze of streets of the medina. He then provided me with drinks and information about Marrakech. My room was clean and comfortable and cleaned daily. There were no locks on the bedroom door but the room had a safe to keep any valuables.
Breakfast was served on the roof terrace and consisted of very nice orange juice and bread/ crepes. Eggs were available for an extra charge.
The riad is a nice pace to be but noise is carried throughout the riad so not as sound proofed as a conventional accommodation.
The riad is conveniently situated about a 5 minute walk from the main square. It is at the end of a dark alley. For people who feel a little vulnerable, this could be quite intimidating, but I found that appearances are quite deceiving in this city, and felt safe.
Wifi is available in the reception area. Alcohol can be purchased at the riad.
Overall, a good value place to stay, with Ali always on hand to give advice.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Riad Al Mamoune is a 16th century guesthouse located in the heart of the old Médina of Marrakech and conveniently located within only a few minutes walk to the famous Jma El Fna Square, the Spice Market, Madrasa Ben Youssef, the wonderful Souks and many other important monuments and cultural treasures of this enchanting imperial city. ... more less
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