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All reviews amazing art collection center courtyard common areas excellent location orange trees beautiful hotel rooftop terrace visiting marrakech stayed here for nights swimming pool the hustle and bustle marais eric salah textiles medina authenticity
I came here for a 5 days by myself to get away from the London cold.
I had the best time at the Riad Lamrani and am so glad I decided to go to Marrakech by myself. I can't wait to go back.
My partner and I spent three nights here as part of a trip through Morocco, and loved it. The location is hard to beat, being just inside the medina, a short walk from the souks, but behind those walls all is peace and quite. We...More
You are literally on the door step of the souks, so it’s out the door and you’re at the entrance of the markets. But when you come back home after your day of shopping or sight-seeing, you walk through the door and are transported to...More
We stayed two nights at this riad. We arrived very late (~11 PM) and paid the extra for the airport transfer. We didn’t realize that cars can’t get to the hotel but It was a very short walk and our driver took us right to...More
Stayed here for 4 nights in the Oriental Suite. The rooms and gardens are gorgeous and there is plenty of room for relaxing and sunbathing. The pool was cold but hay ho that didn't matter. The food in the restaurant was super and highly recommended....More
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.