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Reviewed 16 July 2016 via mobile

Patrick and Ibtissam are wonderful hosts with a beautiful home. Their Riad is situated in the family neighborhood of Bab Doukala and they were very accommodating to our needs. While the amenities such as the pool and air conditioning were not top end, it was still a more than comfortable stay and the perfect distance from the main action; close enough to walk but far enough to gain some peace. The Riad offer day excursions to local interests and interests further afield. I would recommend taking advantage of their airport transfer service and sampling Ibtissam's delicious lemon chicken tagine. If you're on a budget and looking for good value it's the perfect choice.

Date of stay: July 2016
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
2  Thank Hannah F
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Reviewed 21 June 2016

Well,,, this was our second time back to Marrakech and our second time back to this Riad.It was great for us as it allows us the familiarity of knowing where we are in getting around the city and for walking around , especially back and forth to the Jemaa El Fna.
The local area we find very interesting also. It goes without saying but we will , that we enjoyed being greeted by Patrick and his lovely wife Ibtissam and their son.
They were very happy to see us return and we booked the room on the main floor with the double bed .aircon and average shower area. We had forgotten that this month was Ramadan when we decided to head off last minute. But Ibtissam does her ususal for breakfast in the morning . She served toast and pasteries with jams and jellies .coffee and fresh squeezed orange juice.What we love the most is her confit l,orange. which she makes herself.My i would go back just for that , Thank you
Ibtissam. !!! They also offer you lunch and dinner meals if you wish. although we are usually out and about the city for those .This is a very quiet Riad although you must get used to the walk through the passages to get there.. ,once or twice and you have it mastered .. just keep an eye and ear out for the motorcycles as you have to everywhere there.They do not mind what time you arrive back with a knock on the door to let you in. The showers work well and Ibtissam keeps the rooms cleaned and supplied with linens.The beds are very comfortable and the price is more than comparatable to others. This month not only did we have Ramadan to deal with but the oppresive heat .Most days it was over 42 . so we slept with the air con on and went out at supper time till later ,when it cooled to only 35. Over all this Riad is great and we could suggest it to anyone . the roof top patio is wonderful and the tented area if one likes to opt for breakfast is really nice.Really nice sun bathing area also . So once again we Thank you . Merci, Patrick and Ibtissam and Morgan for making yet another trip to Marrakech a memorable one. Merci

Date of stay: June 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Darryl L
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Reviewed 29 May 2016

The owners, Ibtissam and Patrick, are so friendly and helpful and could never do enough for you. They arranged transfers for us which was a great help.

The Riad is in a great location and you can walk to the Jemma El Fna in the centre of Marrakech in ten minutes. The Riad is spotlessly clean, and has a beautiful plunge pool and roof terrace with good views across the skyline of Marrakech. There are plenty places to sit and relax. Although it is close to the centre of town, we found the Riad to be very quiet and the comfy beds meant we slept well.

Perhaps the best bit about Riad Morgane is the breakfasts. We had freshly squeezed orange juice, coffee, hot chocolate, home-made traditional breads and pancakes, as well as a spread of home-made jams and marmalades.

I researched accommodation in Marrakech thoroughly, and Riad Morgane definitely gives you the most bang for your buck.

Room tip: We saw inside all of the rooms and they were all beautiful, with large four poster beds and bright, spacious bathrooms.
Date of stay: May 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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2  Thank Alasdair M
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Reviewed 14 February 2016

The good: This is a clean place, with a good shower and plenty of hot water. The room was adequate for me and my two daughters. It is in a good location - being in the centre of the medina and only a 15 minute walk from the square. The map that you are given when you arrive is very helpful - it has the location of Riad Morganne identified, and the mobile phone numbers of both the owners in case you get lost. Thoughtful!
The bad: The wifi is poor. The breakfast is awful - but you are 'warned' by Patrick (the owner) that it is included in the price, and you will be charged for it, whether or not you eat it! There was a €3 charge for an additional breakfast, but we found better for €2.50 a short walk from the riad, so we went for that option instead. The drunk who lives next door and who terrified my eleven-year old daughter was something we could have done without, but I realise that drunk neighbours are not something the owners of the riad have any control over (but a warning would have been nice).
The ugly: We didn't feel like we were welcome - more that we were tolerated. I was also quite annoyed that I was not told, at the point of booking, about the extra charges - such that a stay I was confident I was paying €210 for, actually cost me €299. It's a big difference for a single mother of two on a student budget!

Date of stay: December 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank Zelda2002
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Reviewed 9 December 2014

Really lovely Riad just a short walk away from the main square.
You are greeted by a warm welcome and traditional tea whilst completing the booking paperwork followed by a some very helpful advice and directions for the city.
The rooms are lovely and clean with a authentic feel for Moroccan living.
It is worth asking the Riad to arrange an airport transfer as it is a little difficult to find the Riad the first time, but by your second walk you will be walking the alleys like a local; and when we did loose our way the local children were lovely and remembered us and pointed us back in the right direction.

The breakfast is lovely and just what you need to get you going for the day ahead of you.
Staff are all super friendly and very helpful but french and Arabic is there strongest tongue but really do try with English..

If you want great value for money and an authentic feel this place is perfect and will not disappoint.

Date of stay: November 2014
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Angeline Y
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