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Reviewed 15 March 2013

We booked as a family of 8 - 4 couples. We booked a KGB deal almost a year ago for our stay in March 2013 to celebrate my husbands birthday. We were only informed the day before we arrived that we were being booked into the annexe. Although this was beneficial to us as a group we were disappointed not to be able to enjoy the facilities of the main riad. We had our evening dinner there which looked good but lacked any substance.
Eamon looked after us in the annexe and went out of his way to ensure we had a very enjoyable stay and saved the day. However 2 out of the 4 rooms were very damp and we had lots of problems with the hot water - or lack of it. The annexe was also quite cold and would have benefited from some sun loungers on the terrace ( the main riad has loungers).
The main riad is much more attractive - insist on rooms there - but if you do get booked out Eamon is a star!

Stayed: March 2013, travelled with family
Thank Alwaysway51
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Reviewed 25 February 2013

A fantastic, traditional Riad. As a mother and daughter travelling to Marrakech for the first time we have been very happy with our accommodation. We wanted to do as traditional a holiday as we could and this place gave us the opportunity. The food was fantastic and we didn't have the same breakfast or dinner on any occasion. The staff were friendly and helpful when asked anything though the language barrier was an issue sometimes. Our room was cleaned, beds made and fresh towels left every day. A wonderful guide was arranged via the Riad, for free, to give us a tour and this was superb. To find a wonderful clean and welcoming place in the heart of the souks was amazing. Will definitely go back.

Room Tip: Get a room in the main Riad.
  • Stayed: February 2013, travelled with family
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Thank Susan M
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Reviewed 23 February 2013

We returned here this year after an amazing stay last February. Last year had been a magical trip, staying in Riad Abhar with a lovely room, access to the superb roof terrace and the lovely breakfasts. We were really looking forward to returning. Had read reviews about people being moved to neighbouring riad when over-booked so emailed, wrote by mail and then emailed again to confirm we would be in the original main Riad. When we arrived, we weren't. We were across the street in a much smaller riad without the beautiful atrium area, seating and superb terrace. We were so disappointed, especially after the efforts I had gone to try to secure a room! The manager knew immediately we were really disappointed and offered to move us the next day into the main riad. Sadly this was then not possible, so we stayed where we were. He offered us a guided tour and free evening meal to compensate, which was really thoughtful. Sadly, we just really wanted to stay where we had booked. Being in the other riad you have to go to Riad Abhar for breakfast. The breakfasts were still lovely though. Unfortunately our room at the neighbouring riad, although lovely in style, was not serviced at all during our stay and there was no waste bin or toilet paper. It was also extremely cold. On departure we were offered a free transfer to the airport and the opportunity to return again to stay in the main house- would definitely take them up on this as it is stunning. A disappointing trip this time, but a lovely Riad- just check you are getting a room in the Riad you book!

Room Tip: Seek email confirmation you are in Riad Abhar!
  • Stayed: February 2013, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank daleslass32
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Reviewed 23 February 2013

Stayed here for 5 nights in Feb, was a little dubious when we were shown down little alleyway but once inside it was a very pleasant surprise, dinner was waiting for us (we went on a half board KGB deal) and a warm welcome with a map (showing exactly where we were) was provided. We has two glorious sunny days where we made most of roof terrace (there was a jacuzzi for use in summer I am guessing). Room was great and very very clean.. In fact the whole place was spotless. Breakfasts were varied each day with fresh orange, bread and pancakes, definitely enough to keep you going until lunch. Cannot complain about anything and would stay again.

  • Stayed: February 2013
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Thank Dizzydibird
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Reviewed 11 February 2013

We stayed at the Riad Abhar for a week on a kgb deal in late January/early February. We were met at the airport as agreed and thank goodness for that... we would never have found the Riad by ourselves. It is down an unmarked alley in the heart of the souks, but don't be frightened off by that. It was a lovely place to stay. Very clean and we enjoyed both the breakfasts and evening meals which came as part of the deal. There was a different tagine every night. Breakfast consisted of bread and cake or pancakes with jam and honey, as well as yoghurt and orange juice. Our deal also provided a tour of the medina which was very helpful and interesting. We discovered we were only about five minutes from the Jemaa El Fna square. The hammam visit was excellent, as was the massage (all included in our deal). We were offered advice on trips by Abdul. We did not actually go on any of them as we wanted to make the most of seeing Marrakech itself. We found the Riad very comfortable and quiet and felt safe in the city. Our room was quite dark and my husband found it difficult to shave with the amount of light available. However, that is only a small issue. We spent some time on the small sun terrace where there are some sunbeds and tables/chairs. We would certainly go back there in future.

Room Tip: Some rooms are definitely bigger than others and maybe have more light. Ours was a double on the first floor and had no windows to the outside of the building, only small ones onto the courtyard of the Riad.
  • Stayed: January 2013, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank ChrisnBry
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