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We stayed the last 2 nights of our week in Morocco at the lovely Riad les Orangers d'Alilia. I wished we'd have had the chance to stay longer but Joelle, the owner was booked out for the other nights we were in Marrakech.
I booked 3 nights here for my fiancees 40th and was not disappointed. A quiet little place in the Kasbah a stones throw from the mayhem of Marrakech life. I can only reiterate what the previous freviews have said about the place, its cosy, stylish...More
We came to Marrakech for a short holiday and stayed in Joelle's beautiful Riad in the south of the Kasbah. The place is beautifully decorated with a stylish mix of oriental and non oriental features and an excellent eye for detail. The French hostess is...More
I bought 4 nights in this lovely Riad as a surprise for my wife's birthday and could not have been more pleased! Joelle, the owner, has a great eye for detail so the whole riad was spotless and draped in the most gorgeous scented roses...More
We had a nice time staying in Joelle's beautiful riad for four nights. Joelle is very sweet and helpful and obviously puts her heart and soul into keeping the riad clean and comfortable. Everyone here is raving about the breakfasts for a reason! They are...More
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It is about a 20 minute straight walk to Jenna El Fna through a relatively bustling part of the Medina and it is safe. You may run into street vendors approaching you but that is something that we didn't find intimidating... More
It is about a 20 minute straight walk to Jenna El Fna through a relatively bustling part of the Medina and it is safe. You may run into street vendors approaching you but that is something that we didn't find intimidating. We however made sure that we didn't venture out very late into the night and kept our outings limited to just around midnight. Just exercise a little caution that a normal traveller or a non-local would. Enjoy the trip