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All reviewsthe main squareterrace poolspa locatedroof top restaurantjewish quarterno alcoholhotel is in a great locationreally enjoyed our stay hereair conditioningthree nightsjemaa eleasy accessmint teaexcellent breakfastcrepessmall poolyogurt
I have been there in May. Looking from the street, it doesn't look attractive, and I was starting to blame myself for the choice I did online, when I entered and the initial impression changed. The staff is friendly, the riad is very clean with...More
Lovely Riad close to all sights in Marrakech. Excellent rooms with working bathrooms, comfortable new beds with lots of pillows, and built around courtyards with a great roof garden and spa (going in when we were there) and restaurant. Same bland 7 tajines and 3...More
A discounted mini break with Easyjet flights and transfers encouraged our group of four to try this exotic location. It is located among mattress manufacturers and interior decor shops on a busy street. The entrance is typical, a stout, non-descript black door leads onto a...More
We stayed in the riad for 5 nights on April 10, the location was just 5 minutes walk from Jemaa el Fna. It is a lovely and clean hotel, the staff especially Ilham and Syed were very helpful. They got us a taxi to the...More
A pretty and intimate riad full of authentic character and charm. Very clean, quiet. Thoughtful and attentive staff. Roof terrace a great spot for breakfast, afternoon tea and view of street scene. good value. thanks to Sud Expeditions for finding this gem for us!
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The staff advised us that we could drink our own alcohol on the roof top terrace as other guests were. They even directed us to a supermarket, a short taxi ride away, where there was a good selection of beer and wine in the... More
The staff advised us that we could drink our own alcohol on the roof top terrace as other guests were. They even directed us to a supermarket, a short taxi ride away, where there was a good selection of beer and wine in the basement.