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Palais Lamrani is a stunningly beautiful hotel right in the heart of the Medina, close to Le Jardin Secret. The staff are friendly and attentive and the room we had (Orientale) was superb. The highlight of the hotel is the courtyard garden filled with temperate...More
If visiting Marrakech — this is a serene, discreet and beautiful place to stay. The location could not be better and the staff are helpful without being overbearing. The arrangements they made for us all worked out as promised. Very comfortable and breakfast was delicious.
My daughter, Natasha, and I stayed here for 1 night before Christmas. We were met with fabulous hospitality by all the staff and a member of the owner's family. Nothing was too much trouble. The palais/riad is every bit as spectacular as it looks in...More
We came across this wonderful Riad by chance. It was our last night in Marrakech and we had such a wonderful evening with all our family. The food and wine was delicious served by an extremely professional and friendly waiter. We sat in a very...More
A lovely Riad which is really well situated in the medina with beautiful outdoor space. A short walk to the souks and other restaurants. Excellent staff and service who were very accommodating. Great breakfast and room facilities!
Response from Lucinda C | Reviewed this property |
The bedrooms are ground floor so I don’t think there would be a problem. You could have breakfast in the gorgeous central courtyard. Getting up to the roof top for views might be hard. I’ve no idea if there is a... More
The bedrooms are ground floor so I don’t think there would be a problem. You could have breakfast in the gorgeous central courtyard. Getting up to the roof top for views might be hard. I’ve no idea if there is a lift. Staff were super helpful when were there.
It really is a gem. Especially if you like art and history. Great street. In the Medina but, in my opinion, a Knightsbridge area with quality antique shops etc.
I would recommend.
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"We had Orientale with a huge bathroom (with bath tub) and balconyoverlooking the pool"