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I recently stayed for a week at the Riad les Orangers d'Alilia; I had a wonderful stay. The riad is tastefully decorated, with the occasional waft of subtle orange blossom essence in the air, and the service impeccable. I loved the fact that I could...More
My husband and I stayed here for our brief trip to morocco (2 nights). The location gives you first hand experience of living in Kasbah. We loved the exquisite details - very French - in the furnishings. Joelle is a warm host who would help...More
My sister and I stayed at Riad Les Orangers d'Alilia for three nights and we had an amazing experience. The location was perfect, a quieter area away from the craziness of the medina, but still within close walking distance. We recommend staying in room India,...More
Beautiful French Moroccan Riad in a great location for walking to key spots in the Old City. The service of this place was beyond words. Madame Joelle and her staff are top notch. Truly some of the nicest people we have met in the world!...More
This is the 3rd time ive stayed in Joelles Riad and 3 times for a reason.
Me and my sister stayed for 3 nights again and it was as perfect as every other time. It's our little slice of heaven.
Joelle is gentle and welcoming,...More
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It is about a 20 minute straight walk to Jenna El Fna through a relatively bustling part of the Medina and it is safe. You may run into street vendors approaching you but that is something that we didn't find intimidating... More
It is about a 20 minute straight walk to Jenna El Fna through a relatively bustling part of the Medina and it is safe. You may run into street vendors approaching you but that is something that we didn't find intimidating. We however made sure that we didn't venture out very late into the night and kept our outings limited to just around midnight. Just exercise a little caution that a normal traveller or a non-local would. Enjoy the trip