Ratings based on 10 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.7 Service & staff
4.6 Room comfort
4.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom ny
No ac in the desertPosted Aug 17, 2014
There was ac but it was really hot took a while to sleep other then that the experience wonderful enjoyed the pool def a good way to stay cool .. Both the deluxe room and suite were very comfy was hoping the ac worked better so I paid for an upgrade no luck there but still worth the upgrade for 50 euros ... Staff was great food was very tasty freshly squeezed orange juice with ice was clutch .. It is August so probably hotter then usual but good trip very calm and still close to the souks good medina experience if that's what u want other wise hiverenge is a good place to stay more of a hotel spa experience over city ... My wife thought ="... I loved this riad! Hajiba, our host, was super friendly, super thoughtful, so welcoming and really made our stay here memorable. The rooms were clean, authentic Moroccan feel, enjoyed a romantic private diner in the hotel garden. Food had that home made taste. Would love to stay here again! Location was excellent, just minutes away from all the souks.
Recommendedby Favrefrom Paris
Posted Aug 11, 2014 on Hotels.com
Sublime Riad et service impécable, nous reviendrons!
for Everyoneby Glanvofrom Cardiff
Peace away from the ChaosPosted Jan 17, 2014
We had a great few nights at the Riad Kaiss. We were upgraded on arrival as it was my birthday and we had booked a cooking course. The Cooking course was great had a tour of the local markets and was shown about 6 different dishes by the in house Chef. Communication was not a problem as the hotel Manager and other staff were fluent English speakers. Check that breakfast is included, I thought ours was... On check out we'd been charged for breakfast each morning. If i new this was the case we would possibly had breakfast in other places just for a change, As the breakfast here is the same everyday and expensive for what it is. We had an amazing stay here and honestly the staff can not do enough.
for Personal Eventby Laird and Lady Mackiefrom Kent
Fantastic, Fantastic, FantasticPosted Dec 31, 2013 on Hotels.com
We are very frequent travellers and found the service at this 5* Riad the best we have ever received. Nothing was too much trouble from the moment we walked through the door. Where else would you find a hot water bottle in your comfy bed when you returned home after a night out. It was hard to believe that Hayat, the hostess was looking after so many guests as she gave such a personal service. Room 4 did have a small toilet but as other guests had mentioned this we were prepared. Also I felt another mirror in the bedroom was needed for us ladies to make-up. However, a minor detail when you consider the overall ambience and it's location right in the Medina.
for Couplesby NCfrom UK
Beautiful Riad hidden in the heart of the medinaPosted Dec 28, 2013 on Hotels.com
The Riad Kaiss is a beautiful hotel hidden away on a quiet backstreet, very close to the main square and within a quick stroll to bars and restaurants. The interior of the Riad feels very traditional with a luxurious twist, with great views of the city from the roof terrace. It's extremely clean, with thoughtful service including milk and snacks at bedtime and a hot water bottle when the nights get cold. We even got given a Christmas Santa sack on Christmas Day. The hotel only has nine rooms, so the staff make your stay feel very personal - we were impressed they remembered our names straight away, and never forgot throughout our entire stay. Breakfast is very good and we always looked forward to returning to our rooftop suite at the end of a hectic day looking around the souks. We splashed out on a Hammam on Boxing Day, which was well worth the price. Our only piece of negative feedback would be that we felt some of the extra charges were slightly hidden. We didn't realise breakfast wasn't included in the price, and we were made to feel like it was. Bottles of water are quite expensive too, so the charges upon check out can mount up if you're not careful. Other than that, the hotel is highly recommended.
for Everyoneby jose antoniofrom barcelona
hotel recomendable por l personalPosted Oct 9, 2013
Pros: el personal
Cons: la habitacion en general no creo corresponda a las estrellas del hotel
Location: bien ubicado, cerca de la place, pero la celle en si no me gusto
el hotel calidad precio lo vi un poco justo, lo que si es verdad que el personal y especialmente una de la recepcionistas es una persona que profesionalmente y en valores humanos es la mejor que me he encontrado en un hotel, tuimos un problema en el hotel que supieron solucionar de manera efectiva y nos ayudaron en un tema personal, genial ysuperagradecido
for Everyoneby Maggiefrom London
Lovely RiadPosted Jun 16, 2013
Pros: beautiful and very relaxing
Location: close to everything
My second stay at this Riad and would be happy to come back again. Lovely oasis of calm and only 5 minutes from the main square.
for Everyoneby チリチリfrom 横浜
スウィートルームに泊まるならここPosted Apr 1, 2013
for Couplesby Carstenfrom Copenhagen, Denmark
Best recommendations for Riad KaissPosted Mar 26, 2013 on Hotels.com
Our best recommendations for this ultimate adorable Riad in the center of Marrakesh. The hosts Hayat and Hajiba are very kind and provides you with a really nice and personal service. All in all – a stay at this Riad is a memorable experience!
Recommendedby A verified travelerfrom New York, NY
Extremely charming riad in the heart of the MedinaPosted Jan 4, 2012 on Hotels.com
We are from NYC and stayed at Riad Kaiss for 4 nights during the 2011 Chistmas holiday. The beautifully restored riad has 10 rooms, two courtyards, a small swimming pool, a hammam, a living room and two roof-top terraces. The decor is traditional and looks like it came out of the pages of a design magazine. The staff were extremely welcoming and attended to our every need. The staff arranged local guides for a tour of the medina and two day trips, one to the Atlas mountains, the other to the seaside port town of Essouira (both of which I recommend). The riad has a terrific roof-top terrace overlooking the "skyline" of Marrakech, where we were served our breakfast and had cocktails in the evening. The staff always greeted us by name and were great ambassadors for the city. The riad provides lots of recommendations for dining, shopping and self-guided walking tours of the city. The location is very good: in the thick of the Medina, a 5 minute walk from the Jemaa el-Fna (the main square in town) and the souks. Taxis are located a 5 minute walk away. Note that when you arrive at the Medina, a porter will take your luggage from the taxi and guide you to the riad, as cars are not allowed in the area where the riad is located (most of the streets of the Medina are very narrow and congested). Be warned: Winter in Marrakech is colder than we expected -- mornings in the 30s (Farenheit) and afternoons in the 60s -- and most of the public spaces of riads are open to the courtyards. I recommend this riad enthusiastically.