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I stayed just few days ago. Normally riads in morocco are in small street. Driver has to call riad to reach there or the owner will fix a place to bring guest in. However this riad only post a French phone number on website. When...More
I have just returned from a long weekend in Marakesh, staying at the Dar Marhaba. The riad is about a 15-20 min walk to the main square, but a taxi is only £1, so its no problem.
The riad itself was well presented, with comfortable...More
My partner and myself went to Marrakech for a mix of a conference and travel. With a twist of luck we found the the Dar Marhaba Riad. For the 10 days we spent there it really became the home away from home. The hosts and...More
The Riad was just fantastic. We were welcome very kindly. The fireplace in the rooms was lit when we arrived, we were also offered morrocan tea and we relaxed on the terrace with a nice view to the Medina. The breakfast in the morning on...More
While in Marrakech, I learned that "Marhaba" means welcome, and Dar Marhaba is appropriately named. I stayed at Dar Marhaba for about a week when I was in town for a conference. My colleagues were in different riads so I was a solo woman much...More
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USD 99 - USD 117 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)