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This was my no. 1 priority when booking a riad in Marrakech. My husband and I travelled with our 3-year-old daughter. We were all very welcomed and comfortable during our stay. I highly recommend eating dinner on the rooftop bistro. It was SO DELICIOUS that...More
I loved the food, the room, the service, the terrace, the dog max, the cats, Mr Nick and Mme Fatima and all the staff. I stayed in Riad Africa's Ruaha family room. I enjoyed a dip in the pool. It was the best holiday in...More
Stayed in the new part of the hotel and don't have a bad word to say about it. great rooms with air conditioning and bath robes which is always a lovely touch to a room. the staff came across as very helpful and friendly. The...More
Management and stay so bad we have requested payment for all of our related holiday costs.
On our return to UK from our trip, Nick Anstead, co-owner intervened with an unprofessional and aggressive email trying to block the part refund already offered by Sue also...More
Stayed in the brand new part of the hotel in a twin room. Quite a small room for two people. Two very small indoor swimming pools with beautiful Riad architecture and furniture. Breakfast served on the vast terrace. Breakfast was brilliant with a wide variety...More
Thank Andrew H
Response from africanick, Owner at Riad Africa and SpaResponded 13 April 2018
Thanks for staying with us Andrew. Space is at a premium in the old Marrakech medina so we don't have the luxury of building big spacious rooms throughout all four houses that combine to make up Riad Africa. Our standard rooms are the smallest but...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.