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Riad Dar One
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Reviewed July 12, 2014

My daughter (20) and I stayed at this Riad recently and as described below it is an oasis in a noisy busy city of dust and heat. Jean always greets his guests when they arrive and after many email exchanges with him I felt that we knew each other. He is a kind and gentle man with a wealth of knowledge about the area. It was his devoted staff that really made the stay for us. Abdel, Jean's right hand man, was particularly friendly and spoke excellent English. The other staff worked tirelessly to make our stay enjoyable. We'd like to especially thank those who carted heavy breakfast trays to all the guests on the terrace!
Another point about this Riad is it's interior, it has been decorated in a very classy and tasteful way with roses adorning all the tables in the lobby. We both highly recommend this Riad. TRAVEL TIP: take kids tee-shirts with you to give to the local kids as they LOVED the ones we gave them plus our clip on kangaroos. Thanks Jean and his team.

Room Tip: All rooms are great with the biggest one on the ground floor near pool.
  • Stayed: June 2014, traveled with family
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Thank Spleenie2013
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Reviewed July 12, 2014 via mobile

Perfect oasis in the city, beautiful building located within the old city, amazing court yard, quiet, relaxing and the rooms are simply stunning. Staff were great. Would definitely recommend this little gem.

Thank Jimmy_Kipper
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Reviewed July 12, 2014

We stayed at Dar One from 26-30 June 2014, in the Dune room.

Plus points:
It's a lovely Riad, the decor is modern and really we'll thought through
Our room was perfect for us - and we think the best choice overall
The roof terrace is private and very relaxing
The staff are all exceptionally helpful and thoughtful (e.g. Jean notified a restaurant he booked for us that it was my birthday - the staff at the restaurant made a big fuss of me and sang when the dessert was delivered!)
The evening meal we ate there was delicious
The bath in our room was massive - my boyfriend (who is 6'2") could almost lie flat!
It's close to the main square - about a 10 min walk

Down sides:
There weren't really any major ones, but if pushed:
A little more variety at breakfast would have been good (perhaps fruit/cereal/fresh pastries)
The room was quite dark - but I think that you're likely to get that in most places near the square as it's so built up.
We really wanted the Sirocco room when we booked but were glad it was already booked - the room over looks, and opens out onto, the roof terrace. Which is lovely, but the terrace is for all guests to use and people are able to look in when you have the shutters open.

Room Tip: Go for Dune - it's on the middle floor, is super quiet and has a massive bath!
  • Stayed: June 2014, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank KateofNewbury
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Reviewed July 10, 2014

We stayed here in October 2012 during a trek through Morocco. This was the last leg of our trek and what a place to come to! I cant explain the floral aroma that greets you as you walk in or the peace that seems to encase you even though you are in the middle of Marrakech.

Our room was gorgeous, loved the big stone bathtub! We ate at the Riad on the first night, and enjoyed a lovely tagine on the roof terrace under the stars. On the second night the owner recommended a restuarant to us called Le Foundouk. We enjoyed a fantastic meal there after having had massages in our bedroom and manicure/pedicure downstairs in the lounge area (which played the most brilliant French lounge music).

Being able to walk into the medina from the Riad was great, as it meant a quick walk in, and a quick walk back when it all gets a bit crazy and you want to escape.

Do not hesitate staying here if you are in Marrakech!

  • Stayed: October 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank Brian_and_Sarah_ZS
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Reviewed June 28, 2014

I recently stayed for two nights at the Riad Dar One in Marrakech, and have nothing but the highest praise for the entire experience. The Riad is warm, comfortable, and a real oasis amidst the excitement of Marrakech. It's central location makes it perfect for venturing out into the city, and it a welcoming place to which to return after a busy day. Jean Pere and the staff are exceptional, the food is excellent (and the rooftop terrace is the perfect place to enjoy it). I might add that I arrived late in Marrakech, and forgot to request dinner at the Riad. Unflappable, Jean Pere graciously offered to arrange for a light meal - I have not had that kind of gracious service in a long time! Additionally, my room was impeccably clean and quiet.

For those contemplating a stay at Riad Dar One, I also highly recommend the cooking class. Amina is a charming and talented chef who generously shares her knowledge and passion for Moroccan cooking. A truly enjoyable, and instructive, way to spend a few hours.

Thank you to everyone for making my stay so memorable!

Room Tip: All the rooms are great!
  • Stayed: June 2014, traveled solo
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Thank jmfhelena
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