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Well done Dar Eliane
We stayed three nights at the beginning of a two week holiday travelling around Morocco and Dar Eliane was an excellent place to start our adventure.
We were a little apprehensive about what to expect, as this was our first time...More
Old Moorish riad
I stayed in this very old Moorish riad based in the heart of Marrakech. It’s renovated in keeping with its original style, It is in a good location if wish to experience real Moroccan everyday life and for the low price its...More
US$31 - US$55 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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This hotel looks lovely but have read somewhere on one of the sites that children are not allowed. Is this the case? I have a teenage daughter.
14 April 2015|
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Response from Taymi M | Reviewed this property |
I will recomend you contact directly the staff at Riad Eliane and ask for Lorena or Bahdr. They will be able to answer all your questions. I honestly don't think having your teenage daughter may be a problem... More
I will recomend you contact directly the staff at Riad Eliane and ask for Lorena or Bahdr. They will be able to answer all your questions. I honestly don't think having your teenage daughter may be a problem, perhaps for a toddler could pose a problem for the Riad it self due to loud crying. Keep in mind that the Riad's in the Medina are small, intimate accommodations. Somewhat like staying in a Bed & Breakfast vs an actual Hotel.
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