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Don't stay at a hotel, stay at Riad Africa! This fabulous Riad has everything we needed and more! The room was well equipped with a hospitality tray, a safe, a heater if required, daily housekeeping, TV, hairdryer, free wifi everywhere, a hammam on-site (which was...More
Stayed for 4 nights in this wonderful riad. Fantastic location 5 mins walk to the main square. Room was very good with everything you need. The staff at the riad are excellent and helpful,with all questions and requests dealt with efficiently. We ate at the...More
A lovely stay, very friendly staff and the most helpful owner who is English. Meals are served on the roof terrace which has a really nice ambiance and lots of greenery. Meals are cooked by the riad owner and are traditional morrocan, three is a...More
This was our first trip to Marrakech and we had an amazing stay at the Riad Africa. Staff were friendly and welcoming and couldn’t do enough to help us. We enjoyed breakfast on the terrace every morning in the sunshine and the egg tagine dish...More
As a first time visitor to Marrakech, at "Riad Afrika", i felt cozy and safe. The hotel is a beautiful traditional Marrakech Riad, my room was super-clean with comfort and style. A very good cuisine as well, especially the wonderful and lavish breakfast-buffet on the...More
We were there in October. The answer is no, they don't sell alcohol. There are a few places in Marrakech to get alcohol and it is easier to find than in some other places in Morocco. The Cozy Bar is close enough to Riad... More
We were there in October. The answer is no, they don't sell alcohol. There are a few places in Marrakech to get alcohol and it is easier to find than in some other places in Morocco. The Cozy Bar is close enough to Riad Africa if you want to have a drink.