We had a really lovely stay here and will be returning. The staff bent over backwards to accommodate us. Our room was comfortable and had that 4* appeal. Located on the outskirt of the medina, everything was in walking distance. So we could take the hustle and bustle of the medina or not by staying at our Riad or taking a taxi to the newer part of the city.
Vanessa from South London
This riad is located in Marrakech (Gueliz), close to Place du 16 November, Jamaa el Fna, and Palais des Congres. Also nearby …More
Although this Riad is listed as Da Dahlane, it is also known as Riad Mullaoud. They may have knocked the two premises together or changed the name, but have failed to update any travel websites.
The room was pretty standard and came complete with a T.V. and satellite box (broadcasting mainly in French and German). Unfortunately, our ensuite did not have a door to the toilet. When we asked to move to a room that did we were told that this was typical Morroccan style. This was all well and good until we had a peek in the room opposite to us as it was being cleaned and noticed that its toilet did in fact have a door!
Breakfast didn't change much over the week, comprising of: seed bread, danish, coffee, drinking yoghurt, freshly squeezed orange juice, a piece of fruit and a slice of coconut chocolate cake(!). The main problem was that as there hadn't been any rains this year our table was inundated with bees - a problem that could have been remedied if the confiture dish came with a cover...
Negatives aside on the whole the staff were extremely pleasant and helpful, they were also happy to give advice on travel routes and the Riad also provided its own excursions (which in hindsight we wish we had taken advantage of).
The roof terrace was quiet a peaceful and the interior decor was lovely, including a water piece that ran through the centre of the building. It is also very close to the main square, souks and La Fonduk - a lovely, if a little pricey - restuarant.
amanojaku from London, UK
This riad is located in Marrakech (Hivernage), close to Harti Garden, Palais des Congres, and Jamaa el Fna. Also nearby are …More
I accidentally booked The Moroccan House in Marrakech, not Casablanca to where my fiance and I were traveling. The receptionist helped us change our booking for two rooms at the Casablanca location. We were so appreciative to get a good night's sleep after a long day of traveling and a delicious breakfast the next morning.
This hotel is located in Marrakech (Gueliz), close to Grand Poste Gueliz, Jamaa el Fna, and Palais des Congres. Also nearby …More
The hotel staff are all brilliant! and you can tell that there really trying there best, the english is very good with some of them and with the ones who struggled in communicating went out of there way to to translate in other ways.. the hotel rooms are basic but clean and comfortable, the pool area is nice but can't say the water looked to pleasing to jump in.. we only had breakfast at the hotel which was basic but lovely, saw some of the evening food when heading out and was really very impressed! the location of the hotel is brilliant! it's 15min walk to the medina (you don't feel unsafe at all walking around at any time) and easy to find.. do try and walk to the local places rather than taxis as you'll get to see alot of the local places to which look basic but the food truly is spectacular!!
roger from london
This hotel is located in Marrakech (Gueliz), close to Theatre Royal, Jamaa el Fna, and Palais des Congres. Also nearby are …More
Fantastic hotel friendly staff thanks to Adnan at reception. Housekeeping comes everyday n cleans up to good standard. Swimming pool restaurant spa n live music. Close to Central marakech restaurants shopping centre n attractions walking distance. Safe location and highly recomended. I work in a hotel in manchester so I know the standard this hotel is good.
M zahid dilawar from manchester
This spa hotel is located in Marrakech (Gueliz), near the airport, Museum of Islamic Art, Grand Poste Gueliz, and Palais des …More