Ratings based on 3 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.7 Room cleanliness
4.3 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
3.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Excellent hospitalityPosted Jun 21, 2013
The Riad is in a good location, about a 15 minute walk from the hustle and bustle of Djemma el Fna. Excellent hospitality by the staff there who showed us the way to the main square and walked round with us on the first evening to make sure we knew the way back to the Riad. If you want a hotel, then book a hotel but if you want to experience Marrakech then would certainly recommend staying in a nice and simple Riad such as this one!
for Everyoneby Maria from Bournemouth, UK
a very good location for the major attractionsPosted Mar 31, 2013
Pros: Large rooms and bathrom
Cons: Needed a bit more dusting
Location: Great to see thr medina palaces
Large rooms.helpful staff.kept our luggage with no extra charge Location is great if you want to visit badii and bahia palace.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Could be better, but all in all OKPosted Apr 16, 2012
The staff was exceptionally accomodating, lending us a hair dryer and switching our room to the upper floor. As this is a riad, all of the rooms border the central, covered courtyard. So we felt more comfortable upstairs. The host also walked us to our taxi at 6am, although the charge for having called the taxi, the taxi itself, and that service was 15 euros. This seems quite high since a taxi should cost approximately 2 euros to our destination, the train station. However, he thought we had said airport, which is farther, so perhaps this accounts for the expense. In addition, we had to pay 10 euros in tax, which surprised us. But other reviewers have written about that. In general, the room was adequate. Reasonably nice, reasonably warm at the beginning of April, with a nice heater in the bathroom. The floor and rugs were dirty-ish, which annoyed my girlfeind but I was OK with it. The breakfast of coffee, sweet mint tea, and some eggy type breads was nice in the mornings.