Ratings based on 32 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.3 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler
Don't try to find at night!Posted Oct 8, 2015
Getting to this Riad involved going down dark, narrow alleys. The staff were noisy, tv blaring, voices gossiping carried and echoed off off all the tiled walls. Spanish guests entered late and loudly carried on as if they were the only guests. The bed was comfortable, but impossible to sleep there with all the noise.
for Getaway With Friendsby René from Marseille
Très bon séjourPosted Aug 16, 2015 on Hotels
On est arrivé au Riad avec un pote à moi on a tout de suite été très bien accueilli, un personnel à l'écoute Naïma au top si vous avez un soucis elle sera toujours là peu importe le moment de la journée. Le seul petit bémol est que la piscine étant ouverte avec les pluits tropicales pendant notre séjour on a pas pu bien en profiter et les chambres ne sont pas assez isolée donc on entendait souvent le ménage qui se faisait le matin et la connexion Wifi dans les chambre n'est pas top du tout. Sinon Riad très calme dans son ensemble et un personnel très à l'écoute et dévoué (mention spéciale à Naima). Je recommande vivement
for Familiesby A verified traveler
Posted Aug 13, 2015 on Hotels
trato correcto, el desayuno un poco monótono pero la localización muy buena cerca de la plaza.
for Personal Eventby ABDESSALEM from Rabat
Un séjour inoubliablePosted Aug 10, 2015 on Hotels
Très satisfait de tout ce qui précède et pour sa proximité de la place historique Jamae Fna
for Familiesby A verified traveler
great placePosted Jun 5, 2015 on Hotels
Very nice people running the Riad
for Getaway With Friendsby Jamie from Nashville, TN
Good RiadPosted Jun 4, 2015 on Hotels
Great Riad. Hosts were great, and provided us with tea and cookies when checking in, breakfast every morning. (very continental. When I say breakfast I mean "bread and jam and butter.) Room was quiet, clean, and plenty of hot water! I couldn't the TV to work, but that could have been user error, and really….you're in Marrakech. Who needs TV?! Pool wasn't as large as I thought it was going to be so didn't use.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Una estadía, ambientada al estilo Marroki, muy bePosted May 19, 2015 on Hotels
Bellicimo Riad, muy cordial la atención, bien ubicado en la Medina,un poco difícil de encontrar.
for Couplesby Carlos from Buenos aires
Una belleza MarroquíPosted May 12, 2015 on Hotels
El Riad Lila es realmente hermoso, la atención muy buena y muy cálida, cuesta llegar hasta él,ya que se encuentra dentro de la medina, pero en Marruecos, siempre encuentras alguien dispuesto a guiarte por algunos dirhams.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Dublin
A mixture of good and bad.Posted Nov 23, 2014
Pros: It is well equipped, but not luxurious; for its price, it was good value
Cons: Staff should realise that, like me visiting Africa for the first time, any logistical problems can be very upsetting. After 2 days, I was terrified.
Location: The location of this Ryad is perfect for visiting Marakech, just a few minutes walk from the central square. Everything can be done on foot from here.
My experience here was quite mixed. I had arranged with the ryad to have a taxi collect me in the airport and a cart ready to bring us through the pedestrian zone. The taxi never arrived. (many other Ryads had taxi drivers waiting for their clients). After 20 minutes I phoned the ryad. They said they would ring back in 10 minutes. They didn't. So after a further 20 minutes I phoned again. No answer. After waiting a full hour, and with the airport closing and few taxis remaining, I took my own taxi. Near the city, the ryad did phone and give directions to where the cart was waiting. When I went to pay the bill the next day, my card was rejected; my second card was rejected; my friends card was rejected. I was in a panic, as my cash was limited. On one attempt at using the card, the manager keyed in 9,600 Dirhams instead of 2,600. If that had gone through, I would have been bunched.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Take the rough with the smoothPosted Nov 19, 2014
Pros: Nice hot baths after dry and dusty days, good sleep in a king-sized bed, tasty treats at breakfast and tight security over access to the premises
Cons: Booking system - had to spent the first night in a damp, dirty and dingy room within an annex building. Poor first impression.
Location: Central location for main square. Women should wear appropriate clothing as old attitudes persist. Book tours and transfers in advance to save time.
Reservation issue meant inferior accommodation on our first night - this was very disappointing. Booking system has to improve as matter of priority. This followed a two-hour wait to pass through immigration upon arrival. From second day onwards, we were very grateful for the personal service delivered by a hard-working and kind team. French toast, cronuts, potato scones and freshly-squeezed orange juice were noted highlights. Apart from having a large and spacious room with a hot bath, we were provided with the opportunity to freshen up before leaving for the airport. A great final impression. Finally, this riad is located in a dark lane off the main street. You may need to carry a torch during the winter months when travelling through the one tunnel required.