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This was the first of many Raids my wife and I stayed in Morocco, and its was a nice value for 50 Euro. The family and staff was gracious and friendly, and really wanted their guest to be comfy and at home, which we were....More
I stayed at the hotel about three weeks and I should say that I had a very good experience. Most important of all, the staff (i.e. Noura and Kasmiya) was very helpful and friendly. They always take good care of the guests, and have friendly...More
My friends and I spent 3 nights at the Dar Aida in March 2009.
On arrival, we were met by a staff member, Ridouan, who is a lovely, helpful young man.
We noticed a French girl in the riad and assumed she was just a...More
We emailed the hotel direct, inspired by a TripAdvisor review, and got an immediate response and a promise of a deposit-free room. A good start all round.
Because of flight and train delays, we arrived at the Medina (you can't get a taxi straight to...More
The cost of riad was not equivalent to stay, we paid approx 1150 dh for 2 nights. I thought that the bathrooms were a bit dirty and very small...not a big fan of mold. The shower curtains didn't reach the bottom so after one person...More
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US$50 - US$69 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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