This is a very pretty little hotel/riad, but the location is not the greatest. It's hard to find your way to the main square and someone is always waiting to guide you there for a tip—even when you tell them no. We had a room booked for three nights, and when we got there he said they were overbooked and sent us to the riad next door. That was kind of a nuisance, but it wasn't the end of the world. The other riad was nice enough. The room here was pleasant and breakfast was good—different each day—with homemade yogurt, fresh o.j., coffee or tea, different Moroccan breads, and one day a Moroccan doughnut. Some other guests said they had dinner here and it was quite good, but you have to order it a day in advance, so that is something to consider. Wish we had done that. If you're not in the mood to go out into all the hubbub, a quiet dinner in this relaxing little hotel would be nice.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A stone's throw from the Marrakech Museum and the Mederasa Ben Youssef, a genuine haven of peace and quiet, Riad Amira Victoria, welcomes you in from the hustle and bustle of the souks. Indeed, a beautiful home with over 500 square meters on the ground floor the riad boasts 11 bedrooms with views on the two tree-lined patios. Original labyrinth style architecture with Moorish lines symbolizing the epitome of traditional Moroccan art. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Riad Amira Victoria Hotel Marrakech