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Stayed here for 4 nights at the end of May 2014. This is an oasis of calm in the mystical magical chaos that is the Medina. Staff and owner worked really hard to make us welcome. Don't be put off by the outside approach to...More
This riad is a lovely oasis in the chaos of Marrakech's medina. The rooms are large and beautifully Moroccan in design, the public areas comfortable and relaxing and the staff is professional and welcoming-there is also a beautiful rooftop patio looking over the city's rooftops....More
The rooms are a little dated, but overall our stay was fantastic. Roses abounded, even in the toilet bowl. The staff was attentive, but not intrusive, and very accommodating. We spent two nights there but would have loved to stay longer. There have been some...More
My wife and I just returned from two weeks in Morocco where we stayed in several riads. These are former private homes, more like city palaces, that have been converted into intimate hotels in the old town centers. The one where we stayed in Marrakech...More
The Moucharabieh was an interesting experience for Marrakech. We trekked a short distance into the Medina as a thunder storm came over the town, making dodging donkeys and motorbikes even more challenging. We were welcomed at our car by the gentleman of the house who...More
We are 100 meters after the remparts inside of the medina .
800 meters from Djemaa el Fna Square. 100 meters from the little taxi station .
With ,perhaps the next pleasyre to welcome you . Riadly yours . Didier
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"We had the opportunity to look at all the rooms in the Riad as we were the only guests staying for 2 nights..."