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17, Derb Ihihane, Sidi Ben Slimane, Bab Taghzoute, Medina, 40000 Marrakesh, Morocco – Show map
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BBQ Facilities, Terrace
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and costs EUR 2 per day.
Car Rental, Airport Shuttle (surcharge), Tour Desk, Baggage Storage, Laundry, Daily Housekeeping
Non-smoking Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
10:30 AM - 11:00 PM
5:00 AM - 10:30 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One child under 2 years is charged EUR 12 per person per night in a crib.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
This property only accepts cash payments.
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Based on 28 reviews
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Score from 263 reviews Very good
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Score from 813 reviews Excellent
A 9-minute drive from Marrakech Airport and across from the train station, this hotel features a six-lane bowling alley.
Score from 475 reviews Good
No bad experiences, but it was a bit far from the Square , but close to some of the sites. We were a bit disappointed in the Roof terrace as it was rather small, and lacked views.
Lovely antiques and Morroccan feel to the place, great breakfast, and Very Quiet and peaceful
having Valerie, a lovely Scottish lady to inform us about Marrakech and Moroccan culture. Having an english speaking owner who was generous with her time and knowledge was invaluable to us on our first time there. The Riad was both traditional and comfortable, a home from home. A little bit away from the chaos of the center of town was perfect as the nights were quiet ,also the walk to the main square passed by souks and districts that we would have never found otherwise.
Very difficult to find. Riad didn't have a name plaque outside and with no street signs would have been impossible to find without help. Beds were uncomfortable. Although we had a private bathroom this was located at the end of the hall which meant we had to pass other guests.
As it's her home, Valarie smokes freely, of course, but this may bother those who are sensitive to that smell (hence we always closed the window above the room's door that faced the living area, instead opting to open the small window that faced outside, which offered a cool, lovely breeze). Just a heads up to smoke smell sufferers, as I am one myself. Regarding the neighborhood, we felt perfectly safe at all times, even when we came back "home" at nearly midnight. Just steer clear from those greedy little boy wannabe "guides"...if you can't remember how to get back then just give Val a call and she'll sort ya out!
Valarie went out of her way on numerous occasions to be helpful, first by waiting for us in the nearby square upon arrival (CRUCIAL as it's very hard to find the 1st time), then by slowly walking us in the direction of the main square, all the while making sure to point out landmarks to remember for the winding walk back! I'd specifically chosen a native English-speaking riad owner and I wasn't disappointed; we learned a lot about Moroccan customs as well as what prices were considered reasonable (for gringos, that is) for certain products in the medina & souks. Our twin room was small but comfortable and had a small window to open (as well as a fan), which we were grateful for at night. I believe the 2 double rooms have A/C, though. Our detached bathroom was just a few steps away from our room, which was fine as we rarely encountered any guests along the way! The new housekeeper was really friendly and as happy and efficient as could possibly be. And the deal breaker? A supermarket that sells cold beer about a 20 minute walk away...just make sure you buy it by 20:00/8pm or you'll miss out!!
Owner smoked a lot and with no ventilation I was breathing it in morning and night. The owner was upset with me when she organised the transfer back a day too early then the following morning at 10.30am she came in to my room saying she needed access and did I realise check out was at 10.30am? The day before I asked and she told me it was 11am and on booking.com it states 11am, would have been much better if she said she needed to get things done and would I mind giving her access to get on with cleaning earlier. Also the house staff packed my belongings into my bag the first night. Strange invasion of personal space I thought. On the third night she started throwing things away I needed, for example my zip lock bag where I put liquids in to get through customs.
Organised transfer from and to train station. Looked after my luggage until the afternoon of my transfer back to the train station.
Alot of noice from the street but then you are in the Medina. No sign on the door so upon arrival you have to ask around a bit before finding the entry door.
The lady owning the Riad is very friendly. Nice breakfast.
Very nice hotel! The host Valerie is very friendly and helpful! The first day it’s a good idea to order the pick-up, since it’s a bit difficult to find. When you are there it’s however no problem to find the way. We enjoyed the stay and we would like to come again!
Location, charming room, beautiful terrace, friendly owner
Great host, really caring and knowing the stuff one might need, however totally not too intrusive, as it sometimes happens in Morocco.
Valarie, the Scottish owner, was a super host. Not only did she orient me to the geography of the Medina, but also provided me with words of wisdom about do's and dont's. I checked I late at night but she took the trouble to walk me over to a neighborhood restaurant that she trusted more than others. The riad is Valarie's special project, a lovingly decorated home stamped with her own take of Marrakesh culture. The riad is supposed to be a fifteen minute walk to the main square Jemlaa el Fna, but I preferred to take the public bus or taxis. They were always available. Valerie and her housekeeper keep the place very clean. Hot water in the shower; a heater in each room. Breakfast was basic but sufficient. Will definitely return to Valerie's place should I decide revisit Marrakech. I recommend this place very highly. Breakfast
Finding it. Ring Valerie so she can come and meet you, or use her airport pick-up service - it's worth it and hardly any more expensive than a normal taxi (who won't know exactly where her Riad is and will leave you at the mercy of the prowling unwanted young "guides").
Very good host - kind, friendly, very helpful and happy to share all the information you need to make the best of your stay. Scottish hospitality in the most traditional authentic Moroccan setting. Very nice comfortable, cosy Riad, homely with few rooms. The main square Djamaa el Fnaa is an easy (and interesting)10-15 minute walk.
The room was clean and cosy. Valarie was very helpfull and gave us a lot of good tips for our trips. She even brought us to the taxi when the whole neighbourhood was blocked because of the visit of the king of Morocco. The breakfast was good and we enjoyed the quite moments on the roof terrace.
The lack of hot water on one ocassion.
The absolute cleanliness!
I liked the fact the Riad was quiet and had few rooms. Valerie was very helpful with information on where to eat and go etc. and also as she was an English speaker helped a lot.
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