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Douar Graoua, Derb Lala Chacha N° 18, Medina, 40000 Marrakesh, Morocco – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.2/10! (score from 208 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Dar Najat.
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BBQ Facilities, Terrace, Sun Deck
Golf Course (within 2 miles), Horseback Riding, Solarium, Massage, Hot Tub
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Breakfast in the Room, Special Diet Meals (upon request)
WiFi is available in the hotel rooms and is free of charge.
Private parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and costs EUR 2 per day.
Room Service, Car Rental, Shuttle Service (surcharge), Airport Shuttle (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Tour Desk, Concierge Service, Private Check-in/Check-out, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Daily Housekeeping, Business Center
Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning
French, English, Arabic
7:00 AM - 12:00 AM
7:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 4 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One older child or adult is charged EUR 30 per person per night in an extra bed.
Cribs are not available.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
There is no capacity for cribs in the room.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed. No extra charges.
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I have stayed here as a couple and a solo female traveller, and it really is a great find .. as soon as you enter you are looked after by Midoh and Olivier and they always get it right whether you want a chat and to ask questions or just be left alone to chill out quietly on your own. You are hidden away near the heart of the city, the beautiful roof terrace will see any stresses flow away. I can't wait to get back and sit in the morning with a glass of their amazing orange juice.
Harrowing experience in this riad. DO NOT STAY here if females travelling alone without the company of a male. One staff member by name of Haitam acted very inappropriately by following my friend into the room after enjoying a few drinks on the rooftop and indecently touched her. We have suspicions he spiked her drink and she was extremely ill for 48 hours. Riad manager refuses to acknowledge problem even though we have photographic evidence & wants us to pay additional charges for drinks food etc after leaving huringly after advice from Canadian/Australian embassy. Very very bad experience
Also staff smoke hashish throughout the riad and when I finally broke into room after hearing my friend scream the room stunk of hashish. PLEASE AVOID & stay safe if staying in a riad.
Dar Najat is a fantastic riad, it's clean, comfortable, with beautiful food and kind, welcoming staff. It's very close to everything you want to be close to; the souks, the spas and the square. The riad is easy to find and located in a quieter part of the medina close to parking so you don't have to walk too far with your wheelie cases on the cobbly streets. We were a party of 4 girls 2 of which were celebrating a big birthday spent 3 amazing nights in the beautiful and tranquil Dar Najat. From the very moment I booked, Oliver was on hand to answer any questions I had. We were picked up early evening at the airport and arrived at the riad to find beautiful lanterns subtly lighting the terrace and jacuzzi area, couples enjoying dinner with wine whilst soothing music gently played in the background - it was heavingly. We too were served tea on the romantic roof terrace before tucking in to a delicious dinner; I only wish we could have eaten it all! Oliver and his team were always available for advice and couldn't have done anymore for us-you wouldn't get a better experience in a 5 * hotel. This was my first trip to Marrakech and I hope to go back soon,and without a doubt I will book Dar Najat again. Thank you Oliver, Momo, Mido and Fatimzarra for making our 3 days so memorable.
What was not to like?
Really attentive staff and a cool jacuzzi to refresh in. Great breakfast, aircon, comfy bed.
The value, location, attentive staff, excellent food, and most definitely the riads decor.
A gorgeous Riad in the most perfect location in Marrakech. You'll never need to haggle for a taxi as you are a 2 minute walk to the madness of Marrakech. Comfy couches, chessboards, great food, sun-loungers, jacuzzis, amazing beds, showers and bathrooms. But all those perks are not the reason I had such a lovely stay. The reason is the owners and their staff, who go out of their way to make you feel that you are one of their best friends rather than a paying customer. I cannot recommend this beautiful, relaxing and rejuvenating Riad enough.
Location was excellent with easy 5 minute walk to Jameel El Fna. Our host Olivier escorted us on our first visit to the square to show us the way. It was possible for a taxi to park less than 1 minute away so luggage transfer was not an issue. Dar Najat is a wonderful quiet oasis so close to the hubbub of Jameel El Fna and the souks. Beautifully yet tastefully decorated in traditional style without being ostentatious and harsh on the senses. Our room was located on the ground floor, had air conditioning and was spacious enough for two. The en suite bathroom had a walk in shower with ample hot water. A safe was provided in the room. Wifi was also available at no charge which is extremely useful in today's world. Olivier and his staff were very welcoming and soon made us feel at home. Nothing was too much effort for Olivier; from arranging pick up at the airport (excellent), arranging a guide to tour Marrakech and provide restaurant recommendations. We were greeted with mint tea and sat in very comfortable seats soon putting the world to rights with our genial host. Abdul, our guide, arrived with a comfortable SUV and took us not only around the sights of Marrakech (stopping often and explaining much in excellent English) but also to the Berber villages in the Atlas Mountains. Prices were extremely reasonable and nothing is rushed and done at your pace. Highly recommended. Dinner in the Riad on the first night was superb. Tagine with lamb and fruit. No wonder some of the restaurants complain the Riads take their trade away but with such fine quality, it's no surprise. Breakfast was equally good - freshly squeezed orange juice and breads … sitting outside was a wonderful start to every morning. In the evening, sitting upstairs on the terrace with a drink was a great place to watch the sun go down. We visited during Ramadan but that made no difference to the availability of the food or the affability of the staff - both excellent.
There was nothing we did not like however, there are always opportunities for improvement though none are deal breakers: more wardrobe space – some of the existing space was used to store blankets. A hair dryer in the room would (according to my wife) be a helpful addition. There was no TV in the room but that did not bother us though it may to others.
Food Staff Location Atmosphere
Staff was friendly and courteous. Food quality was excellent.
Very poor service The place is run by greasy and unscrupulous people The breakfasts were cold no attention to the service We asked for warm pancakes the waiter touched the bread with his flat hand and convinced himself that bread was cold. When the new pancakes arrived they were covered with couscous grains, we reused they were reheated in couscoussier. As for the payment no official invoice was produced.. It looks that the Riad owners are short of sincerity vis a vis the customers and also the society. It was agreed that a porter will carry our lagguage to a place where we could catch a taxi and the riad would pay. It was not the case we were to pay for the portor, It is sad to experience such incompetent greedy lot . The are make a bad name of the Moroccan hospitality. The charged prices for the B&B surpassed the rices of 4 and 5 stats in London or Copenhagen. It is a big shame!!!
Simply a wonderful stay. The team could not do enough to make sure we got the most out of our stay. We shall definitely be returning.
The location is excellent. The Riad maintains it's Moroccan character while offering a very high standard of hospitality. The staff were friendly and efficient particularly Meedoo who was extremely helpful and did all he could to make our stay enjoyable,
I found the pillows very hard
Do not stay in a conventional hotel. Do not stay in a random riad. Stay at Dar Najat. The service will astound and restore you. Marrakesh can be a hectic place. The streets are narrow thoroughfares for bikes, mopeds, cars, horses and donkey carts. You will get lost often. As a tourist, you may sometimes feel like the city is out to get you. You will often be the object of unwanted attention by hawkers, beggars, shysters, would- be guides, and the list goes on. This is all part of the Marrakesh experience, but it can be a little much if you are used to a more relaxed pace and a little more personal space. This is why Dar Najat is so important. You can withstand anything the city throws at you knowing that you will eventually return to your temporary oasis. The service at Dar Najat begins before you even arrive in Marrakesh. Oliver, the owner, is more than happy to communicate with you in advance to plan activities and day trips. He is a prompt responder, quick to return your email queries. Once you are installed in the riad he will often ask how your day was and help you plan the next day’s agenda. No question is too naive or complicated. He is extremely patient, enthusiastic and very confident that he or his staff will be able to fulfill your vacation needs. Dar Najat will arrange for someone to pick you up from the airport. Any address can be hard to find in Marrakesh so it’s a good idea to have the staff pick you up and get you to your temporary Marrakesh home. Eat at Dar Najat. The staff will make you dinner comparable to any Moroccan meal you might find at any other restaurant. They even accommodate your dietary needs. I am a vegetarian, for example. Drink at Dar Najat. Yes, they serve alcohol! After a long, hot and dusty day it’s a sheer pleasure to spend a lazy afternoon drinking a bottle of rose on the terrace with a plate of cracked olives. Chat with the staff. Share advice and experiences with fellow travelers. Make a new friend.
Nothing! Was awesome!!
everything, and especially the meals at night at the quiet terrace
Very beautiful Riad. Good food and very friendly staff. Always willing to help. The artwork on the walls is amazing throughout the hotel and it is all for sale. I purchased one that keeps my memories alive from a brilliant place in the world - Marrakech. The location of this Riad is also very close to the main square which makes it fun to go out at night and walk around.
- Friendly and helpful staff. - Information, drinks, food and conversation always available. - Very clean and nice decoration details, specially the terrace and room.
- Saturday night only- next door discotheque until 4am- difficult to sleep.. but nice music! - Small room and lavatory, but enough and ok for the price.
Oliver is a fabulous host. We had dinner at the Riad and it was very good.
Our room was okay. The a/c was out when we arrived but got fixed when we mentioned it. The bed was on the hard side, the towels were rough. The breakfast, though good, was the same every day.
Seriously the best food in the Medina in Marrakech!! Make sure to call ahead as they cook everything fresh.
Had a small staff related hiccup at check-out, but it certainly didn't ruin a great trip! Heard from the owner personally :-) and it reminded me of what a great adventure was had. Thanks olivier!!!
We spent 5 nights here and the staff was excellent! They made us feel welcome and like a part of the family. The location is great--an orientation walk the day we arrived helped us get our bearings in this complex city. A day trip to the Atlas Mountains with driver Abdul was very interesting! Our room was small so for a future trip, we might opt for a larger room. A delicious breakfast served by kind Mumu was a highlight.
Amazing experience! Very friendly and helpful staff, convenient location, very clean and peaceful.
The place is really nice and it's in a very good location close o everything in LaMedina. The staff is great and they will help you with everything also we have dinner there and the food was awesome. I definetely recomend this hotel If I go back to Marrakech I will stay there again for sure
I like everything :)
staff was exceptional, particularly Oliver we ate dinner at the Dar one night and it was probably the best meal we had in Marrakech
towels were rough, beds were hard and the air-conditioner went out we stayed for six nights and the breakfast was the same each morning
Wonderful place - excellent staff for whom nothing was too much trouble. Lovely room and very delicious food. Great location - cannot recommend this place highly enough.
Medu (Manager) was friendly and made helpful suggestions for what see in Morocco. Kindly offered to walk us to the small square to catch our taxi at 7am. Suffers very badly by comparison to Riad Palais des Princesses in every way, including cost.
Riad was not entirely clean and a little shabby. Cold breakfast (cold orange juice, pastries - hot coffee) was served on a very cold morning up on the roof terrace where it had rained heavily the night - was extremely uncomfortable.
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