Ratings based on 33 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.2 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
3.9 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Christine from Bedfordshire
A lovely hotelPosted Jun 9, 2012
Pros: The pool, the people.
Cons: The fountain in the courtcard wasn't working, but we really had to think about this question!
Location: Off a small square full of children playing on bikes, a few cats lounging around and a little shop to buy water, sweets and crisps.
We felt as if we were staying with friends in their own home. Everyone was helpful, friendly and welcoming. The pool and terrace were lovely at all times of the day and Hesna's home cooked meal gave us a real taste of Morrocco. We loved the decor and the location, which was near enough to walk to the centre of town, but far away enough away to be a real haven. The room was really comfortable, clean and had everything we needed.
for Everyoneby Morag from Spain
La Maison RougePosted Apr 30, 2012
Pros: They have a bar serving alcohol, good after a night out..
Location: Location good 15mins walk to center, passing a good square with shops and a super restaurant called Cosy bar.
A Riad not an hotel. The staff are great and the owner too. Advise taking taxi to and from the riad to get into the center, although not necessary if you are quick on your feet, traffic comes at you from everywhere. Breakfast all home made and plenty of it, eat as much as you like. The staff are so helpful and I was amazed at their grasp of our language. We went round the jewish area, only open to visitors on a Friday, worth a visit just to make you realize how lucky westeren people are.
for Personal Eventby Belinda
In a quiet residential areaPosted Apr 27, 2012 on Hotels.com
The hotel was a little walk from the square but because the route took you through the residential area you were able to see very busy streets, the locals going about their business and it was really entertaining. The accomodation was an oasis of calm in comparison to Marrakech's busy streets. The rules of the road are "who dares wins" - its a complete free for all. Marrakech is a really interesting place to visit showing a unique way of life. Expect to be hassled by the locals wanting to sell you things. The local food was good, mainly kebabs and tagines. Alcohol was expensive but affordable. Marrakech is a wonderful place to spend afew days. Take a trip to the Atlas mountains - be prepared for the cold in comparison to Marrakech. Visit the Mamounia Hotel and The Grand Hotel Tazi for two completely different experiences. All in all excellent.
by A verified traveler
poor hotelPosted Apr 16, 2012
Cons: room, shabby. noisy and smelly bathroom.
Location: poor, very far away from amenities.
Room was badly maintained with cracks in the wall. Breakfast is poor.
for Couplesby Jon from Suffolk
30th March-2nd April. Very relaxed, calm riad.Posted Apr 3, 2012
We had a very pleasent stay at the La Maison Rouge between 30th March - 2 April 2012. Upon arrival we where a little worried about the place as the exteriour doesnt seem to offer much, but once you step inside it is a whole other story. Very relaxed place and very tranquil. A great place to retire to after the hussle of the streets. We found the location to be a little awkward, with about a 10 min walk to the squire, and where it wasnt the distance that was the issue, but the road that you had to take to get to the squire not having pavements for the first 1/4 mile, so you are forced to walk along a very manic, busy road. So not great for kids. But fine for adults. However you shouldnt be put off by this, because anywhere else would have been to close to the square and therefor very noisey. We stayed in a Junior suite, and i would say that is a must, as we had a peak at the normal rooms, and they did look a little on the small side, We're not even sure if they had there own bathhrooms in them. Tho dont quote me on this. The staff and manager where a great help, and went out of there way to help, Inc booking us onto a camel trek with no fuss at all. All in all, with Marrakech being a very intense, uncompromising city. To have a relaxed calm Riad to retire to is a must, and i doubt you'll find many more relaxing then the La Maison Rogue. Why stay in a hotel when you can experiance a riad??
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
lovelyPosted Apr 3, 2012
A lovely Riad with the benefit of a small rooftop pool
for Couplesby James from Edinburgh, Midlothian, UK
Great few days awayPosted Mar 27, 2012
Very well run Riad. Staff there if and when you need them. Well situated for local tourist attractions. We specifically chose this Riad as it was not in the hotel cluster elsewhere. Pleasant room, very comfortable.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from England
Riad Maison Rouge MarrakeshPosted Mar 3, 2012 on Hotels.com
Fully agree with the positive comments regarding the host/ owner and the breakfast. He couldn't have been more helpful and the varied breakfast got the day off to a good start. It is not easy to find so ask the riad to book you a taxi from the airport which was worth the money. You did have to take your life in your own hands to reach most of the attractions, with cars and mopeds weaving in and out of each other. Mind you most sights were within walking distance. Unfortunately our bed needed a new mattress. Very pretty riad with a nice pool and super roof terrace.
for Couplesby A verified traveler from London, UK
LocationPosted Feb 29, 2012
Near to the centre of the old town of Marrakech (15 mins walk). Quiet location. Not ideal if you want to go to the New Town.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
A welcoming retreat in the medinaPosted Nov 26, 2011 on Hotels.com
Had a great time at the Maison Rouge, a beautiful riad in the district of Berrima. Room was spacious, clean and well-decorated. Breakfast was served each day with coffee, bread, pancakes, fruit, yoghurt and orange juice. Staff are friendly and happy to make you a mint tea whenever you fancy it! There's also a fully-stocked bar, small pool and loungers on the roof. Riad was in a residential area which is difficult to find at first but within walking distance of all the main sites. You can also have dinner at the riad and book a massage at the hammam if you want.