A must stay. Very pleasant.
Reviewed 19 September, 2021
Right in the center of the Medina, a few steps from the market. A cozy place with a friendly staff, always worried with your comfort.
A must stay if you want to be in the center of everything in the market.
Breakfast is very good! Home made yogurt, Marrocan pancakes, orange juice freshly squized every morning.
We enjoyed a lot.
Beautiful Riad But Mediocre Stay
Reviewed 17 December, 2019
First, the riad is very gorgeous and clean. You are welcomed by the riad keeper who will give you mint tea and cookies upon arrival. In terms of distance, it's a bit difficult to find, but this is typical for a riad.
Unfortunately, we had an issue with our door. The handle fell of right as we were leaving and we had to place our bags in another room until they could fix it. They woke us early in the AM to fix the door. If we wanted to go out, we had to notify whoever was on the grounds so they could eventually let us in in the early hours of the morning. All in all, I wasn't to keen on their responsiveness to our issues. Additionally, we got no sleep since there was construction on the roof early in the morning - which leads to my next complaing: the rooftop was closed.
Peace and quiet.
Reviewed 12 November, 2019
This is a tiny Riad, nothing fancy but full of character. The room we shared was a bit of a tight fit, but sweet and so quiet that it was sometimes difficult to get to sleep as you could hear yourself breathing! The pool wasn't something we tried out. It was very small and being right in the centre at the entrance to the Riad, I doubt I'd have felt comfortable using it, but the breakfast terrace upstairs was so lovely. And breakfast...what a breakfast. Every day something different. Little plates of freshly made roti, warm bread, pancakes or French toast. An omelette for each of us, freshly squeezed orange juice, a little pot of yoghurt and fruit salad. We felt so pampered, sitting in the sun and getting ready for a day in the souks. The location is unbeatable. Literally a hop, skip and a jump from the Spice Souk and another 4-5 minute walk to the main square. We got lost the first day (and the second and the third) but as long as you're fit and healthy enough to drag your suitcase around the narrow cobbled streets, it's all part of the fun. There were plenty of stray cats (treated so well by the locals and given scraps every day) leading up to the Riad entrance and a rather unappealing communal bin, but we didn't mind (the distraction of a mother cat and her three kittens blocked it out). And worth mentioning was Kamal, the member of staff who checked us in and served us breakfast every day. A sweet, unassuming young man. Alway polite and helpful, never obtrusive.
Perfect Escape From The Mayhem
Reviewed 2 October, 2019
Tucked away deep in the souks, this place is a quiet, clean, and relaxing escape. Breakfast is delicious, dinners are wonderful, and the plunge pool is perfectly freezing. We loved our stay here and would recommend it to anyone. Be aware that it is located in a longer, seemingly empty alley that can appear to be dingy. We didn't have any issues at all with the location and truly enjoyed everything about our stay. I would strongly suggest using their airport transfer at the very least upon arrival. Someone will drop you in the main square and then take your bags by cart directly to the hotel. It's the easiest way to get there and not have to worry about getting lost in the souks day 1.
Reviewed 26 September, 2019
An oasis in the mayhem that is the Marrakech Medina. Very picturesque, and such a surprise. Make sure you book a dinner as the food is very good.
We found the staff very helpful and nothing was too much trouble.
Highly recommend staying here.