Ratings based on 29 Verified Reviews
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Posted Jan 11, 2018
Beautiful Riad in Marrakesh's Medina, very helpful and friendly staff, great room ("superior room"). Rooftop terrasse with view over the neighbourhood.
Posted Dec 31, 2016 on Hotels
Had a poor experience with my airport pickup despite arranging it in advance. The communication before and after my stay was great, minus the driver leaving the airport without me and me then waiting almost and hour after getting my bags to make it to the Riad. The property was fairly nice once the alleyways were navigated, though the bed was quite hard and some of the advertised amenities were not available in the room I was given. I was only there one night before heading into the mountains for a few days...and I'm not sure I'll choose this Riad for a future visit to Marrakech.
by A verified traveler from USA
Really nice findPosted Sep 10, 2016 on Hotels
Nice place in a nice area. Close to the main square and easy to navigate.
by Jay from Roma
A good value - but rough around the edgesPosted Mar 8, 2015 on Hotels
Good value. A little rough around the edges in terms of cleanliness and maintenance. A plus is that there is parking available. Otherwise - not particularly remarkable.
by A verified traveler
Posted Oct 29, 2014 on Hotels
by Jesper from DK
RelaxingPosted Mar 27, 2013 on Hotels
Beautifully renovated Riad in the old center of Marrakech but still close to the Ville Nouvelle. One of my absolute favorites. You can spend hours just sitting in the courtyard and watching the small birds and the water in the tiny green pool. The place is a hard to locate since there are no signs and the entrance is very anonymous, but just ask someone when you get to the Bab Doukkala mosque.
for Everyoneby Grafiti from Manchester, UK
Great hotel for peace and quietPosted Mar 23, 2013
Pros: Amazing Tajines and salads!
Cons: Sometimes too quiet
Location: In the centre of the Medina
Fantastic cook, we ended up eating most of our lunches in the Riad, the food was fresh, excellent and very cheap. The Riad was quiet and comfortable and the staff was nice. Very authentic and beautiful Riad exactly as I expected it to be.
by Greg C.
Excellent HideawayPosted Oct 15, 2012 on Hotels
Despite the fact that we arrived 1 day later than planned we were welcomed into the Riad and stayed for 3 nights. A very tranquil hideaway inside the Medina and the staff was very friendly and helpful. There is a small swimming pool in the courtyard and the rooms were very private. The air conditioning worked well and I would highly recommend this Riad.
by B & N adventures
Great riad & servicePosted Jul 6, 2012 on Hotels
A group of 5 of us used 3 rooms in this gorgeous riad and had the very good fortune of having the whole place to ourselves! We couldn't believe it! It is a small but very well apointed riad with a perfectly sized & clean pool for well needed dips after a busy hot day of sightseeing and bargaining!The rooms were beautiful decorated in traditional style but very clean and the air conditioning was a life saver. The service is what stood out for us. Hussain did a wonderful job in providing us with mint tea on arrival, a huge breakfast of rotti style pancakes (my favourite!), eggs any which way, breads & spreads and this delicious coffee & fresh juices. All served in a gorgeous courtyard by the pool. It was very quiet inside the riad but a little tricky to find, so get instructions before you arrive. Hussain even was able to cut open my padlock (silly me locked my key in travel bag!) with makeshift tools. He was so happy and please to have been able to help me & I very grateful! :-) I wouold highly recommend this riad.
for Everyoneby stella from London, UK
an awesome timePosted Jul 2, 2012
again the staff were great especially room service and our porter...they went out their way to make sure were comfortable and happy with all! we were about a 10-15 walk to the main square which was good as after all the good food we ate, we had to walk it off! if you're like me, im all up for street food and luckily i did not get ill...if you want to experience different cultures, i believe you have to eat where the locals eat and how they eat also otherwise just get room service in your hotel! our Riad helped organise our trips and we did one with them and one with a travel company two minutes down the road where we went into the beginnings of the Sahara for a two day camel trek - amazing experience...sore butts, but amazing experience! if you turned left out of the riad (on the main road) and go for the more local markets, you will get kebabs for 2 dirhams which is ridiculous value... I was buying some for some of the beggars they were that cheap! people in Morocco are friendly enough and its surprise how backwards some parts still is and then you venture 5 mins the opposite way from the main square and you feel like you're in Dubai - its such a contrast inbetween the city! haggle your life away, smile, tip the little kids that guide you the way but don't go too crazy, go for your traditional baths - they are EVERYWHERE but the prices have gone up slightly, there are still ones that locals go to, you just need to find them... overall - highly recommend the Riad & the city!!