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Newest reviews for Dar Marhaba

  • Aida
    September 5, 2014

    Location inside the medina Excellent wifi Beautiful decoration Lovely breakfast

    It could be confusing to find the riad. Locals could help, but becareful. We were tricked by the taxi driver (old man) from the airport to pay 200 dirham (for 2 persons) for a very short distance ride, and then the taxi driver passed us to a bag porter which we paid another 30 dirham. Staff not proficient in English, but tried their best


  • Anonymous
    August 8, 2014

    Location. Aziz. Riad´s authenticity.

    Rooms need a reshuffle. Very poor breakfast.


  • Katie
      United States of America
    August 3, 2014

    This place is an oasis with an orange tree growing in the courtyard with wonderful helpful staff. Rooms were clean, spacious and decorated well. And unlike other riads, this place ACTUALLY has air conditioning (we stayed at another one that had advertised AC but only had a fan). Would absolutely stay here again.

    Liked everything - just have someone meet you from the riad at the airport otherwise the taxi drivers will rip you off and you'll get lost and harassed by other people trying to get you to stay at their riad. No matter what the riad charges, trust me, it's cheaper than doing it on your own unless you've already been to marrakesh before :)


  • Maiphuong
      United Kingdom
    June 16, 2014

    The quiet and lovely Riad tucked away in the souks, just 3 mins walk to the main square. The staff don't speak much English, but really helpful and friendly nevertheless. We had a lovely time. Thank you!


  • Scot
      United States of America
    June 5, 2014

    Location, the staff is great!!!

    A/c issues


  • Anonymous
    June 3, 2014

    Good location, Close to the square, nice garden and roof area.

    The smell in the room was terrible. Breakfast was small.


  • Anna
    May 22, 2014

    Very good location, helpful staff, cute atmosphere and amazing terrace


  • Cherry
      United Kingdom
    May 11, 2014

    the authenticity

    the mosque was very loud in the middle of the night but still added to the experience


  • Anonymous
    April 24, 2014

    Room lighting is weak


  • Anonymous
      United States of America
    April 15, 2014

    The staff was very helpful and the breakfasts were wonderful. It was also close to the medina.

    Our room was a bit small for two people.


  • Anthony
      United Kingdom
    April 11, 2014

    Location great, and good directions from staff.

    Not as clean as it could have been, and for payment (even though rate quoted in £/€ the Riad chose their own exchange rate and charged us accordingly in Dirham!


  • Marian
      United Kingdom
    April 2, 2014

    dirty, smelly, room not clean or ready. went straight out to find somewhere else.


  • Camilla
      United Kingdom
    March 24, 2014

    The Riad is in a fantastic location right in the heart of the Souks and just 50 metres from the main square. This Riad has a rustic charm and has many typical Morrocan features. The breakfasts although simple were freshly prepared and plentiful, the homemade yoghurt is a great touch. We had the suite on the top floor and the small roof terrace adjacent to this is a peaceful place to relax. The staff were helpful, courteous and friendly.

    We strongly advise that future guests to use the safe provided for all cash and valuables. In addition keep all your belongings in locked bags. Regrettably missing items and valuables did spoil what was an otherwise enjoyable stay. :(


  • Jason
      United Kingdom
    March 19, 2014

    Amazing little riad in the heart of the medina on a quiet backstreet. The staff were amazing, the breakfast beautiful and location spot on. I have been to marrakesh 3 times and this riad is right up there with the nicest and most authentic I have stayed in.


  • Stephen
      United Kingdom
    March 16, 2014

    Wonderfully friendly easy going staff.


  • Ritchika
    March 5, 2014

    The hotel is very well located.. its right in the center of the city and everything is walking distance.. staff was very nice and room was lovely.. the breakfast was very decent.

    Wifi works mostly only on the ground floor.. But that seems standard.


  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    February 27, 2014

    Very friendly and helpful staff, fantastic quiet location in the medina. The family room was great for us.


  • Kitty
      United Kingdom
    January 21, 2014

    A beautiful authentic and charming riad in a perfect location just 5minutes walk from the Djema El Fna Square tucked down a very quiet safe alley away from the hustle and bustle. Hanane and Sanaa, the Moroccan women that worked there were very friendly and welcoming, full of smiles. The breakfast was beautifully presented and the addition of delicious home made yoghurt was a lovely added touch. A lovely stay!


  • Pedro
    January 8, 2014

    The location is amazing.Yo are stuck in a overcrawded street and...suddenly you take a quite dead end street that look likes a medieval neibghborhood. The room are not bad, a little dark. The staff is friendly.and helpful.


  • Bappa
      United Kingdom
    January 5, 2014

    Hasan and the staff were very helpfull. They arranged trips for us at reasonable price. The location of the hotel is also good.

    The rooms and toilets could have been kept more clean.


  • Nadia
      United Kingdom
    December 28, 2013

    The location of the riad is great as it's within Djemaa El Fna area, though it probably needs some walking to get there. The staffs were friendly and we're served with Moroccan tea upon our arrival. There was a blackout during the night of our stay but it was quickly being fixed. Loved the patio and the interior design of our our rooms! We requested early breakfast the next morning as we needed to head out early to Sahara and the hotel happily did that. Would recommend this hotel!

    The wi-fi signal was poor and only accessible from the lounge, our room is on the top floor so connection was basically zero.


  • Anonymous
    November 24, 2013

    Excellent stay all-around. Staff are particularly welcoming and helpful. Would highly recommend this riad.


  • Anonymous
    November 7, 2013

    The staff at Dar Marhaba were lovely- we arrived fairly early in the morning after a long overnight train ride and were welcomed into the riad like it was our home! Our rooms were nice, and the seating area and rooftop terrace were amazing. The breakfast was really good. Would definitely stay again and recommend to anyone! Perfect little oasis from the craziness of the Medina.


  • Tsui
      Hong Kong
    October 22, 2013

    Location: Once you find it, it is easy to access. It is near most of attractions. Staff: After complaint, the staff is nice to us.

    Location: Cleanliness: We booked a twin bed room which is located in the ground floor. The facility is very basic but as long as it clean, I will be ok. However, at night, my friend found a small cockroach on her bed. And next monring, I found a big cockroah "walking out" from toiet to the room. It is horrible. Staff: When we complaint to the staff and asked for changing to another room. The staff was busy to take picture with other travellers. I waited for 10 mins and told them I would not stay here anymore. Then they called to their boss (i guess) and finally changed the room for us. Location: Not easy to find in the first time. It is located in the alley. We were followed by a group of teengers who played in the alley. They said something bad, such as have sex? Not recommend for female travellers.


  • Suzanne
      United Kingdom
    September 27, 2013

    Very good mid-range riad. Friendly staff, breakfast could have been better on some days - was spoilt by pancakes the first day, then flat bread the second day, but after that it became simply a roll, then a croissant etc. Always lots of bread & jam to eat though plus home- made sweet yogurt.

    Nothing to do with the riad, but I found the treatment of animals very upsetting around Marrakech in general and in particular in the main square. Also, not easy for a vegetarian to eat well in Marrakech.


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