Ratings based on 8 Verified Reviews
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
by helle from Aarhus
Quiet RiadPosted Feb 9, 2015 on Hotels
Riad Dar El Grably is located in a surprisingly quiet alley in the old Medina. It is a few twists and turns away from the noise and bustle of the main streets, but feels like a different and more gentle world. This also means that the place can be very hard to find first time, so I can only advise getting the airport/bus station transfer offered. Even then you have to walk a few 100m's with a person from the hotel through the narrow streets. The Riad is old and quiet with a Hammam, pool and roof terrasse. The staff is lovely and very helpful and Francoise the manager speaks good English and is wonderful for explaining the area and arranging tours. Our room (we got a choice of two rooms, and chose the warmest (interior) as it was very cold) was quite small, but cosy enough. However, towels and robes could do with a renewal, it was all really threadbare.
by karen from Kansas City
First rate stay in MarrakechPosted Oct 26, 2014 on Hotels
I highly recommend the riad El Grably. Truly a beautiful facility with gracious staff. The owner is very helpful and speaks good English.
by john from Vancouver
Marrakech ryadPosted Oct 11, 2014 on Hotels
Staff very welcoming and helpful. Pool a bit small and cold. Hot tub was not hot and jets didnt work. Breakfast the same every day. A Ittle variety would be better. Difficult to find the first time without a guide. They overcharged us. From the small parkinglot , it shouldnt cost more than 10 dirhams to have someone walk you there. Good location to see the medina and quiet.
by roger from florence
Nice for a Home away from HomePosted Jul 15, 2013 on Hotels
great riad, nice people, well located. Charming indeed.
by A verified traveler
Hotel en plein cœur de la médinaPosted Sep 19, 2016 on Hotels
Super séjour dans ce Riad plein de charme avec un personnel très appréciable et au petit soin.
by Karine from Kervinio
Un peu décevantPosted Apr 14, 2015 on Hotels
Riad qui pourrait être extra mais la chambre que nous avions au rez de chaussée est très sombre avec ou sans lumière. Des odeurs d'égouts très inconfortable. Les serviettes de bain et sorties de bain sont propres mais usées jusqu'à le trame... Le matin chambre bruyante et les odeurs de cigarette arrivent directement dans votre chambre... Merci Françoise ! Sinon, le personnel est charmant et est aux petits soins avec les clients. Sauf le fait que nous avons attendu le taxi à l'aéroport qui n'est jamais venu ... Il n'avait pas été commandé !
by A verified traveler
Posted Apr 30, 2014 on Hotels
qualité de service et accueil exceptionnel, décoration soignée
by A verified traveler from Copenhagen
Litterally hidden in the small streetsPosted Jan 9, 2012 on Hotels
We arrived to Marrakech at 00.30 at night by car, and used 2 hours and 15 minutes on finding the hotel. No-one in the area knew the excact place of the street or had heard about the hotel. We had not seen that you had to park approx. 500 m. from the hotel and walk through small streets, to get to the hotel. Knowing this, we found that the hotel is a nice little oasis in the narrow streets. The owner is extremely friendly, and insists on giving you a small introduction to the area, which we would recommend you to listen to. You get familiar to the area, and know where to go for most common arrends. The hotel itself is situated on a quiet street, just a corner away of the small busy streets. The rooms are very authentic, with charming decorations. Though the traditional interior also means lack of sound- and heat insulation, why we would not recommend you to book this hotel in the coldest months or if you wake up by the smallest disturbances. The small pool and the jacuzzy on the roof-top might be pleasent facilities, after a long day of walking. We would return to the hotel, though it is a bit pricey for what you get, but very cosy.