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Reviewed 15 July 2017 via mobile

We spent one week in Dar Soukaina and it was amazing and very relaxed time.
The place is beautiful,we really loved it.
Our rooms was cleaned and tidy every day. Breakfast was very yummy and everything was fresh every day. The staff working in this Riad are amazing and very helpful all the time. Thank you Mohamed, Hamza, Habiba and Samira for doing everything to made our stay amazing and memorable!!!!!. Hopefully see you again.
Agata & Lukas & Kev & Emma.

Stayed: July 2017, travelled with family
Thank aggy198
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Reviewed 1 June 2017 via mobile

This place is actually 2 riads across from each other. Clean and comfortable. Internet connection highly variable. Breakfasts consistent despite Ramadan but spoiled by stale bread.
Staff friendly and accommodating.

Stayed: May 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank Andrew B
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Reviewed 15 April 2017

You know that calm feeling of relief you get when you come home from a wicked busy day? The "ahhh," eyes closed, release of a deep breath moment? That is what Dar Soukaina gave us for five memorable days in early April.

Thanks to Hassan, Ridwan, and their whole team we found respite from the frenetic city in the loveliest of settings at an unbelievably great price. We will carry with us happy memories of a fantastically comfortable bed, morning light mixed with the songs of birds and a few wake up calls from a nearby rooster, deliciously unending mint tea, and genuinely warm individuals.

Be mindful as you would in any unfamiliar place, ask the staff about themselves- Hassan's PhD research sounds fascinating, give your own private words of gratitude when you hear the call to prayer throughout the day, and look no further than Dar Soukaina for a great stay in the medina.

Another sincere thank you goes out to everyone, shoukran!

Room Tip: Muscade room was lovely! Had white, tan, and purple accents, overlooked a peaceful communal area, and the shower is fab.
  • Stayed: April 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank Kaitlin G
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Reviewed 26 March 2017

Me and my friends (2 girls) stayed in this beautiful riad for 3 nights. The hotel manager Rijwan (I think that is his name) was very accommodating and extremely friendly. The rooms were very clean and very well serviced. The beds were amazingly comfortable. Breakfast was simple but very yummy. It is located about 15 mins walk-away from the main market (Jemaa El Fna), about 20-30 mins walk from Bahia Palace and the Saadian Tombs. You might think its a rather long way to walk but trust me - buy yourself some freshly squeezed orange juice, have a bit of banter with the locals and enjoy your walk through the colourful souks. It was one of the best experiences of my life.

Having said that, there is still scope for improvement. The room we stayed in felt slightly cramped for 3 adults. We booked a triple suite but had hardly any space to move amongst us to move around in the room. The wifi connection was seemingly weak therefore was only available in areas near the routers so we had to sit around the courtyard if we wanted to connect to the internet (which really was not much of an issue for us).

Last but a very important tip for female travellers - the riad is located near a very busy medina which is lovely to explore in the daytime. However, it can get slightly scary at night. The taxis did not drive all the way up to the riad because of the narrow alleyways which meant we had to walk about 8 mins from the nearest square so please be extra vigilant and keep an eye out (one of my friends got harassed by some local kids which was absolutely harmless but nonetheless very upsetting).

  • Stayed: March 2017, travelled with friends
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1  Thank BossLadyChan
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Reviewed 19 March 2017

Beautiful building, nice room, good breakfast and helpful staff.

Very noisy... You can hear all the guests talking in the common areas as well as the noise of the kitchen as they were inside the room.

Room Tip: Aks for a silent one (although I don't know if they have..)
  • Stayed: February 2017, travelled as a couple
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Thank PaolaSoneghet
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