Ratings based on 9 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby jennifer from Brisbane, Australia
Riad experience, MarrakechPosted Oct 31, 2013
Highly recommended for a traditional Medina Riad experience. Staff couldn't have been more helpful. Lovely breakfast included & dinner on request was excellent. Comfy bed except pillow was very hard.
for Everyoneby Steve from London
Helpful staff, not the best locationPosted Sep 16, 2013
Location: The main thing to do nearby is get lost among the winding alleys of a residential part of the Medina.
The Riad is nice looking and well kept, but is not in a very good location. It is a long way from the points of interest and very difficult to find. To make matters worse, the map on Expedia shows the wrong location.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Nice quite hotel in the ghettoPosted Sep 11, 2013
Pros: Staff, clean rooms, organised
Location: Marrekesh local stores and the souks, not really Worthing going to. Sorry, but its true.
Great Riad, located very close to the square and Ben Yousuf Madrasa. Very quite place to sleep and staff are very friendly and helpful. Marrakesh definatley a place to visit once, but not worth shopping in and best to ignore people at the shops. Rooms are clean and breakfast very standard, but fantastic for the price you are getting.
for Couplesby Alvin from Toronto, ON, Canada
Nice stay in MarrakechPosted Jul 22, 2013
We stayed at Riad dar Nael for 3 nights (booked for 4, but had to leave early). The staff are quite nice, however, we were surprised on two occasions. The first being additional taxes on the room, although it is not stated in Expedia contract - I did not feel like arguing over it. The second was, Mhamed (night staff) asked us if we wanted tea when we came back one evening. We assumed it was a courtesy, but discovered the next morning that we needed to pay for it. We had left a tip and were told it was not X amount, but 11 dirhams. Perhaps not the staff's fault, but just did not feel very good being told we did not pay for our tea. Other than that, we had a pleasant stay. Room was large and clean. The riad gives you a map on the first day that helps you navigate through the medina without passing through some of the closed souks. I would recommend either calling the riad for a pick up or have someone meet the taxi driver somewhere. Our taxi driver called when we were almost there - finding it on your own with or without GPS would be very difficult.
for Couplesby YT from JAPAN
nice and cozy moroccan room.Posted Jul 11, 2013 on Hotels.com
The young owner of this hotel was very very nice and helpful. highly recommendedl. The room was clean with A/C and WiFi also nice interior design. Soap, Bath towel and toilet paper included. The room costs 21 Euro incl Tax for 2 ppl per night. Hotel locates in old city and about 15-20 min walk to main big square / market which is quite far but there are lots to see on the way so wont get bored. Taxi can get only 1min away from hotel because streets are too narrow for car, also you need at least 7 min walk to get taxi area or 15 euro for private taxi which is very expensive so if you have lords luggage to carry you might not want this hotel.. Breakfast included - orange juice and a few breads and butter, not special. If its not long stay we definitely come back to this hotel again!
for Everyoneby Humberto
Nice Hostal but the area is a little sketchyPosted Jun 29, 2013
Pros: Decoration is original
Cons: The odor in the bathroom
Location: You will be in the riad. Close to two museums.
The suite was comfortable and no noise :) Internet is reliable. The area to get there in the evening was a little unpleasant. Breakfast was great. Taxes are 4 euros per night. Laundry was 2 euros and bottle of water was 1 euro.
for Getaway With Friendsby Cindy
Cute little place but difficult to findPosted Nov 18, 2012 on Hotels.com
Cute little place but difficult to find. We took a cab to a area in the medina and had to walk a little. We were there 3 nights and I barely remembered to get back each time. This is no fault of the riad. Marrakech is extremely chaotic but that adds to its charm. I would suggest staying near Jemma el F'na. After 7:30 some of the gates close and you need to walk arou d the whole medina. Arm yourself with. gPS device. The room was night but the toilet/shower were all in the room. Sp one big room and separated by the frame of the shower. The people were extremely nice. Jemma el F'na is about 15-20 min walk if you go around by the main road. I'm sure there is a faster way.
great place, hard to findPosted Aug 5, 2012 on Hotels.com
great hotel, great service, great price. comfortable and beautiful riad. it is not that far from djemaa el fnaa square but even after many trips there i would still get lost almost every single time. that's just the medina though, it's a real maze. (if that sounds inconvenient to you would recommend paying more to get a place on a main street. )
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Belfast, Northern Ireland
Riad Dar Nael MarrakechPosted Jan 16, 2012 on Hotels.com
We visited the Riad in early Jan 2012, and were pleasantly surprised with the surroundings. The staff were both polite and helpful at all times and made the trip most enjoyable. I would definitely recommend the accomodation and the vicinity to any travellers going to Marrakech for the first time.