I was given a gorgeous suite with what looked like a roman bath in my bathroom. It was a huge room! But the first night was tough because the air conditioning wasn't strong enough for the room. The staff had no problems giving me another room which was smaller but so comfortable....
Traveller from frankfurt germany
Located in Gueliz, this riad is within 1 mi (2 km) of Place du 16 November, Palais des Congres, and Koutoubia Minaret. Jamaa …More
Although this Riad is listed as Da Dahlane, it is also known as Riad Mullaoud. They may have knocked the two premises together or changed the name, but have failed to update any travel websites.
The room was pretty standard and came complete with a T.V. and satellite box (broadcasting mainly in French and German). Unfortunately, our ensuite did not have a door to the toilet. When we asked to move to a room that did we were told that this was typical Morroccan style. This was all well and good until we had a peek in the room opposite to us as it was being cleaned and noticed that its toilet did in fact have a door!
Breakfast didn't change much over the week, comprising of: seed bread, danish, coffee, drinking yoghurt, freshly squeezed orange juice, a piece of fruit and a slice of coconut chocolate cake(!). The main problem was that as there hadn't been any rains this year our table was inundated with bees - a problem that could have been remedied if the confiture dish came with a cover...
Negatives aside on the whole the staff were extremely pleasant and helpful, they were also happy to give advice on travel routes and the Riad also provided its own excursions (which in hindsight we wish we had taken advantage of).
The roof terrace was quiet a peaceful and the interior decor was lovely, including a water piece that ran through the centre of the building. It is also very close to the main square, souks and La Fonduk - a lovely, if a little pricey - restuarant.
amanojaku from London, UK
Located in Gueliz, this riad is within a 15-minute walk of Harti Garden and Palais des Congres. Jamaa el Fna and Koutoubia …More
Overall it wasn't terrible, I don't think it's a 4 star but it was clean, beds very hard. Breakfast options good but the bread in Marrakesh is not like what you get in the uk. Staff very helpful and friendly. the rooms were cleaned regularly. Nice authentic feel. There is a rule about not bringing food or water from outside but the manager allowed us to bring in stuff, I think that was nice.
Traveller from London
Located in Gueliz, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Place du 16 November and Palais des Congres. Jamaa el Fna and …More
Very happy with my experience. I was in Marrakech for our wedding anniversary and the hotel staff managed to get me some beautiful flowers and a delicious cake at short notice - placed in the room as a surprise when we got back in the evening.
Rooms are clean, beds huge (I had the deluxe room) and breakfast was good with plenty of Moroccan style items.
All staff were super friendly but then again, Moroccans are all friendly people.
Traveller from london
Located in Gueliz, this luxury hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Theatre Royal and Palais des Congres. Jamaa el Fna and …More
We just needed somewhere clean to crash, this hotel was a beautiful surprise! It's got lovely decor and outdoor areas. Free water bottles on our first day. Quiet and perfect location in my opinion, a walk away from the hustle and bustle of town but tucked away in its own serenity and 15-20mins drive from airport.
Traveller from London
This family-friendly Marrakech hotel is located near the airport, within 2 mi (3 km) of Theatre Royal, Majorelle Gardens, and …More
The hotel was overall very nice. The all the staff was accommodating and friendly.
Would definitely return again.
Only complaint was the filthy rug in my room 001. They need to get a steam cleaner on that ASAP.
This family-friendly hotel is located in the city center, within 2 mi (3 km) of Theatre Royal and Palais des Congres. Jamaa …More
We stayed here as a a family of 12 in 3 rooms over 3 floors (wanted to be on the same floor but couldn't accommodate as rooms not big enough). The location of the hotel is on a cross road junction so can get noisy all night (as the locals love using their car horns). The rooftop swimming pool is unmanned and so can be dangerous if you've got small children and was not clean.
Positives - the staff were always willing to assist with any queries re room, service, excursions etc. All our rooms had a balcony so you could enjoy the atmosphere and ambiance of the locality. In addition we could see the amazing Atlas Mountains from our rooms (amazing views)
There is a bus stop directly outside the hotel which takes you to the central square, masjid and souks
Traveller from London
Located in Gueliz, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Theatre Royal and Palais des Congres. Jamaa el Fna and Koutoubia …More