The riad could not be better staffed by two gentlemen who act as gourmet cook, general manager, housekeeping, luggage service, advisor about local customs. Certainly the location is ideal, proximate to the City Square with its evening buzzing with activities easily visualized as similar 1,000 years ago. The ancient walkways from the riad also lead to the souks and ancient attractions some so special they are best left to the exploratory. The conversations with staff about Berber traditions and pride at breakfast and over a splendid Christmas dinner were as memorable as all the travels. Spend one night and be charmed, spend three nights and you will be immersed in the ancient culture and traditions like you could never have expected. We had drinks at the Churchill Bar and the other famous spots but the most memorable was this less famous window to the people of Morocco. Do not miss a one in a lifetime chance to stay here.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Luxury, authenticity, impeccable service, convenience, and comfort—Riad Amirat al Jamal offers everything a client needs for a relaxing stay in Marrakech. Part of an Alaouite Dynasty palace, this riad features five air-conditioned chambers, individually decorated with Berber artifacts and Moroccan artwork. Two minutes from Jemaa el Fna, the riad boasts three terraces, swimming pool with fountain and massage jets, salon with fireplace and library, satellite television and DVD, and computer for client use. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Riad Amirat Al Jamal Hotel Marrakech
- Riad Amirat Al Jamal Marrakech