From the moment we arrived at the hotel until the time we departed the service was superb. Our room was very comfortable with a good sized balcony overlooking the pool area. Fresh flowers and fruit were provided on our arrival which was a nice touch. Free WIFI is also a bonus in public areas as well as your room. The hotel is conveniently located close to the Medina.
Jan from Manchester
Just a few steps away from Jémâa ElFna Square and the Medina, from the beating heart of Marrakesh. This is an exceptionnal …More
Just a short walk to the central square and souq's this hotel is in the heart of Marrakech, however you'd never know it.
Once inside its complete tranquillity from the outside.
We were a family with a 5 year old, and we loved the different pools, restaurant's, and walking distance proximity to everything.
The rooms were beautiful, spacious, and well equipped.
Can't fault it.
This luxury hotel is located in Marrakech (Medina), close to Jamaa el Fna, Koutoubia Minaret, and Majorelle Garden. Also …More
Chose this Riad based on Trip Advisor comments and we were not disappointed! Paid a bit extra for a Luxury suite which was enormous and fabulous. All the staff were very friendly but were never 'in your face' yet the minute we wanted something they were there. It was so peaceful that it was hard to believe that we were so close to the real hustle and bustle of the heart of Marrakech - a 15 minute walk away. The roof-top terrace was a wonderful place to relax and sunbathe after a morning in the Souks! We stayed for 5 nights and ate dinner there twice - choosing traditional Morrocan food which was delicious. We experienced a traditional Hammam in the Spa, which was a great experience! A very chilled out sort of hotel with only 10 rooms so sometimes you feel like you have it all to yourself! Absolutely perfect!
Linda and Mark from Oxfordshire, UK
This luxury hotel is located in Marrakech (Medina), near the airport, Royal Palace, Saadian Tombs, and El Badi Palace. Also …More
We spent 6 pleasant nights there. Our son had his own bed in what is normally a side room. It had curtains and thus full privacy for him.
There are many different types of rooms so it is suggested that you are aware of what is available and what your needs are. The ground floor rooms, being next to the pool and sidewalks to the other rooms, can potentially be a bit noisy and not as private as the first and second floors.
Bruno from Shropshire, UK
This spa guesthouse is located in Marrakech (Medina), near the airport, Royal Palace, Saadian Tombs, and El Badi Palace. Also …More
This was a fantastic place to spend a honeymoon. The staff were extremely helpful and could not be faulted. We enjoyed getting away from it all, after a very busy couple of months. The food was generally very well cooked and presented. The one criticism was that the menu was limited. In itself this is not a problem, but it becomes one if the same menu is on offer for every lunch and dinner.
Mark from Felixstowe, UK
This spa riad is located in Marrakech (Medina), near the airport, Majorelle Garden, Jamaa el Fna, and Koutoubia Minaret. Also …More
This place ticks all the boxes for a Riad experience in Marrakech. The decoration and styling is everything you'd expect with rooms openning into the central open area looking down to the mosaic tiled pool on the ground floor. There are attractive ornaments and decorations, brass sinks in the bathrooms, elegant fabrics, authentic tiled flooring, it's lovely. Breakfast is served on the roof terrace with a range of seating options including covered ares. Staff speak mostly French but do their best to communicate in English and the owner understands English well. All are very friendly and welcoming. If you you want perfect crockery and a supercomfortable bed, you should stay at a Marriott Hotel. If you want a Riad, this one is clean and very nice indeed. The location is also good. Five minutes from the main square and less to the souks. The shops nearest the Riad seem less inclined to rip off tourists and are far more fun to shop from than near the main square. Also the spa is newly refurbished and couples are able to have a hamman and massage together which is not common in Marrakech. I've seen someone complain on here that it's across the road - yes it is a separate building, but the doors are opposite each other on a street that's barely a meter wide. The only negatives were that they didn't serve evening meals when we stayed and the 'hot tub' on the roof terrace was not at all hot. The mint tea was consistently the best we had anywhere.
MvC from UK
This riad is located in Marrakech (Medina), near the airport, Dar el Bacha Palace, Jamaa el Fna, and Majorelle Garden. Also …More
Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981, Medina, in Fes-al-Bal, Morocco is the prime commercial center of this city of 1 million. Home to 10,539 retail businesses, it is surrounded by high walls and not accessible by motor vehicle.