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Reviewed May 3, 2018

I liked this hotel located in the heart of medina. It has a lot of sitting area on its terrasses. Staff is very hospitable, they prapared early breakfast for us.

Everithing in medina including the street where the hotel is located is under reconstruction. So there is dust and unpleasant environment everywhere. It was very difficult to carry heavy suitcases on the road without asfalt. But it is not hotel's fault. After reconstruction the medina and the hotel surropundings will be very attractive and comfortable.

Date of stay: April 2018
  • Trip type: Traveled with family
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Thank likat679
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Reviewed April 1, 2018

We arrived late and exhausted, and were received by Kabira like family. The March evening was only slightly chilly, but the little fireplace and Moroccan tea and cookies put us immediately into a relaxed holiday mood.

This traditional Riad was impeccably restored and decorated. Our room was the Sultana. As our first stay in a Riad, we were delighted by the authenticity of details, from the mosaics, intricate woodwork, high ceilings, and original doors and windows. Steep labyrinthine stairwells, a low archway, and a separate climb to the bathtub are charming and unique, but could be challenging for visitors with mobility issues. Awesome multilevel rooftop terrace, perfect location.

Would definitely return, and recommend to others.

Date of stay: March 2018
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Thank rainmanBC
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Reviewed March 19, 2018 via mobile

The stadig was ok, but No tv, not always hot water, so if you want a tour in the bathtup, so the water Will not be hot enough... And please remember, have CASH while checking out, the dont except card...

The staff is very, friendly but do not speak very well english...

Date of stay: March 2018
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Thank aaalex p
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Reviewed January 3, 2018

The riad is beautifully situated, bring very close to the souk and in a nice quiet area. Not sure we'd have found it had we not been with friends who'd been before.
The rooms are beautiful, but here comes the BUT........there are stairs everywhere and they are steep and deep. This is truly NOT the place for you if you have knee/hip/walking/balance problems. We were in the Sultane; a lovely room but up 29 beautiful, and steep steps. There are few bannisters anywhere. We had one up the extra 9, I think, steep and deep steps up to our bathroom and one had to haul oneself up, hanging onto the rail. Had there been any issues of balance, it would have been all too easy to fall backwards and do real self-damage falling down those steps.
And the bathroom itself had a bath and a shower hose attached. Why it was not attached to the wall I have no idea, but it sat wrapped around the tap so that if one wanted to shower, one had to hold the thing and get water everywhere, as there is no shower curtain.
However, the ladies who work there are lovely. They are very helpful and provide lovely breakfasts. They help with anything and everything and have a real air of serenity about them.
If you are fit and healthy, this is a lovely place to stay, but if you have any hint of rheumatism or the like, I'd give it a miss.

Date of stay: January 2018
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Thank Rhea W
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Reviewed October 19, 2017 via mobile

Rabat was our first city to visit in Morocco and Dar Maysanne was our first riad experience. We stayed for just a couple of nights at the enchanting room, La Belle Endormie. The canopy bed was very comfy. The room was lovely! Weather in Rabat during our stay (early October) was scorching hot during daytime but pleasant at night. There’s no AC installed in the room so we left the stained-glass windows open instead. I thought I’d be having trouble sleeping but I slept just fine. There is a chimney located outside the riad (it can be seen from our room’s windows) and they were burning something one late afternoon so we had to close the windows to keep the smoke from entering. No big deal.
On our last night in Rabat, we had a chance to view the sunset from the riad’s roof deck and it was stunning!
Halima and Fatima and the riad’s owner, Isabelle, were all so nice and pleasant, always smiling, ready to answer our many questions. When we arrived, Halima insisted that she carry one of our luggages to our room! On the third floor! Isabelle even baked a delicious raspberry tart for breakfast. I cannot forget the big Moroccan pancakes they served together with homemade jams! I loved them! Still dreaming about them till now. Also, mint tea in Dar Maysanne was always free.

Date of stay: October 2017
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Thank travelingbuddies21
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