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Newest reviews for Les Jardins De La Médina

  • Nicolas
      United Kingdom
    September 3, 2014

    tucked away in the busy Medina on a quiet street you would think its a hidden paradise. the staff are very professional and always trying to help. every corner of this hotel holds/hide something its truly magical.


  • Miguel
    September 1, 2014

    Room (got an upgrade) Service / Staff Location if you want to avoid the chaos of the center

    Food Not very clean (paper on the floor, waiters pass by several times and don't pick it up, guess it was someone's else responsibility. Coffee spoon really dirty on breakfast table), towels on the sun beds were humid and dirty (2 out of 3 used)


  • Andrei
      United Kingdom
    August 19, 2014

    Location is pretty good - 20 mins walk to the main square. We were upgraded on arrival to Solarium room (the room itself is not huge - approx 20 sq m excluding bathroom but it has a small but cute balcony and on the floor above a private terrace with two sunbeds and a shower - we didn't use the terrace much as it is too hot during the day, but the whole thing creates a sense of personal space and privacy). We normally stay in big luxurious hotels and it took us a day or so to get used to the rustic colonial feel of the room here, and eventually we started liking it. The garden and the swimming pool are not that big but adequate. Hotel personnel are helpful, pleasant and well trained. Overall I would describe the experience as cute and comfy rather than luxurious.

    We looked at the room type which we originally booked - Garden room - and those were dark and lacked privacy. If we had not been upgraded, we would have probably moved to another hotel. So make a decision on room type when you book. Breakfast is included in the room rate but pretty poor selection. The hotel is advertised as 5* but lacks a sense of luxury. Rooms and bathrooms quality is not bad, but they are crying for some updating and upgrade which would make the experience more luxurious. For example, TVs are probably probably 20 inches. A couple of pieces of more luxurious furniture and/or soft furnishings would help greatly. Also, there is a lack of 5* luxury in bathrooms (although in fairness they are adequate). Overall, a very pleasant stay though. Would recommend the hotel provided you get Solarium room or better.


  • Alison
      United Kingdom
    August 12, 2014

    Bedrooms & Decore Products in the bedrooms Garden - lush very tranquil and so pretty Swimming pool and loungers Terrace for breakfast Music really nice Quality of food Free beverages around the pool Choice of food at breakfast Overall decor of the hotel very Morroccan but with a contemporary twist

    beauty treatment - nail polish not very good came off after a day Time to get served around the pool for lunch was sometimes very slow Breakfast hot food could have included a few more just vegetarian dishes


  • Carl
      United Kingdom
    August 6, 2014

    An oasis of calm and pleasure off of a busy street

    Nothing at all


  • Christine
    July 10, 2014

    The staff (reception, restaurant etc) were wonderful and very friendly. I was travelling with my daughter who has an allergy to gluten and from our very first meal (lunch), they knew and brought her cornbread. They also paid a special attention to a birthday and we heard they were very attentive and kind to honeymoon couples. The location is not far from main tourist attractions but it is easy to get lost and you need to be vary careful who you ask. My daughter had already had her I-phone stolen before we got to this hotel, when we were lost (or actually pointed in the wrong direction on purpose) so tourists be careful! The breakfasts in this hotel were also great with everything you could wish for, including moroccan specialities. Great lunches also but evening meals slightly disappointing. Our room had a lovely balcony, fan and airco and was very spacious so very comfortable.

    A very small point - salad nicoise was on the menu but wasn't possible to order it (you could only have salad of the day) - I would suggest they are slightly more flexible with the menu. This could also be due to a communication issue (our French wasn't good enough.. so our fault). But really no complaints as it was a delightful hotel!


  • Anonymous
    July 2, 2014

    gorgeous place to stay. staff were most helpfull. It was so nice we did not want to leave.


  • Lauren
    June 8, 2014

    Pool Room

    Food was average Location a little to far from souks Didn't need the solarium as it was all too hot and concentrated ..the trees needed cutting back.


  • Francesca
      United Kingdom
    May 30, 2014

    This is a real 5* oasis which you would never guess from the unassuming entrance is a rather scruffy medina street. I would highly recommend it to anyone. The staff are without exception quite delightful and can't do enough to help. The hotel is traditional but quite lovely particularly with the mature gardens surrounding the pool.

    Can't think of anything


  • Simon
      United Kingdom
    May 20, 2014

    The service was immaculate. From luc the gm all the way through to the general staff maintaining the hotel. Felt welcome and overwhelmingly indulged, especially against the back drop of what is a rather hectic medina. Recommend.



  • Paul
      United Kingdom
    May 6, 2014

    Peace and tranquility!


  • Alan
      United Kingdom
    May 5, 2014

    An oasis of calm within a frenetic/lively city. Fantastic gardens. V friendly and competent staff. Excellent breakfasts, fresh orange juice to die for. Rooms excellent.

    Whilst still in the Medina, was a fair trek to the main sites. Tea facilities in room, no coffee.


  • Karin
    April 28, 2014

    Marvellous garden; friendly staff; good food; nice rooms


  • Frits
    April 9, 2014

    BIG MISTAKE of sharing this Pearl with all of you, because I'd rather would like to be this hotel as 'my' discovery and hoping to visit it Again, finding it tranquil but exotic, serene and exciting, gorgeous setting and the service.. for those of you who have visited the 6* hotels in Asia or Dubai and perhaps also thought it is a little too much / overdone ... Here 6stars service, very discretely and staff from Director to Cleaninglady with smile, information, action. No, I am not paid to write this. :-) Actually, being a Dutchman and knowing that nice Pictures with just the best angle not allways portay the location in an honest way. Sales manager mrs. Fatima was bombardered once I made the booking through I really wanted to know if the hotel lived up to its stars, if the location was good, if the restaurant was ... a propos the restaurant; We all do it, book a hotel, but NEVER eat in the restaurant of the hotel. Hotelfood, what can you expect. We had 1 dinner at Ryad Monceau; on paper supposed to be one of the best restaurants in town. Very good, but food and setting is ** under Jardins. Another dinner at Chez Mado in the old French quarter. Good, but... The only restaurant which comes very close to the hotel restaurant is from another hotel called La Mamounia. An Italian **Michelin chef creates beautifull dishes - pricewise Mamounia is far above Jardins. The location within the old town Medina is perfect. A tranquil area of the city with lots of local people and shops. Not as touristic as a 300 meters more North. Here all the World mingles with each other. Nice, but also nice to come t the quite area. As the hotel is close to the Royal Palace, the neighbourhood is very secure. When you are in Marrakech and like to see around; we paid € 90,00 for a big car with driver who speaks bothe English and French and showed us the area and the Atlas Mountains from 09:00 to 17:00. Forget to drive self, unless you are tired of life....


  • John
      United Kingdom
    April 4, 2014

    Fabulous from start to finish. Beautifully designed and decorated room with large terrace. Friendly helpful staff. Gorgeous pool and gardens. A real oasis.


  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    April 2, 2014

    Overall a very enjoyable stay and excellent staff .


  • Majid
      United Arab Emirates
    March 29, 2014

    One of the best hotels I've stayed in, friendly staff & great atmosphere with a pure Morrocan style.

    Price is little bit expensive and they've charged us for extra coffee capsules regardless of 5 nights we stayed in.


  • Abdelmajid
    March 11, 2014

    the service is excellent plus the beautifull garden thanks to the all team will come back

    the price bit high


  • Ronald
      United Kingdom
    February 3, 2014

    The garden and the friendliness

    It was a bit far to walk to the centre of town


  • Bob
      United States of America
    January 31, 2014

    Extremely quiet beautiful room and grounds. Private solarium. Great staff. Excellent restaurant and room service breakfast.

    Far from central square and souks -- which is why it is so peaceful! Very expensive bar drinks. About €12 for a small measure of Macallans malt whiskey. Ridiculous.


  • May
    January 17, 2014

    It is the first inside the medina Riad we've been to, which you can reach by car and have parking. The grounds are like a paradise retreat inside the bustle. Staff super friendly and professional. Food was excellent.



  • Pamela
      United Kingdom
    January 9, 2014

    The hotel was an oasis of calm in a very busy city. The staff were excellent, friendly and very helpful. The food was great and we preferred to lunch at the hotel rather than at many other places. The décor is stylish and the beds comfortable. We really enjoyed our stay.

    The pillows on the bed were rather hard and the shower door didn't contain the water so the bathroom floor got wet. It is rather expensive but this does rather select the type of traveller!


  • Sanjukta
    January 7, 2014

    The staff were amazing. We spent New Year's Eve there and had an amazing evening.


  • Felipe
    January 6, 2014

    Incredible facilities, great staff.

    Hard too find if you are going by yourself. The Medina can be quiet shady at night.


  • Anita
      United Kingdom
    December 30, 2013

    This is a beautiful hotel, a haven of peace in the southern reaches of the Medina where it is less busy. The staff are exceptional, welcoming, helpful and generally delightful.

    It was very expensive, being over the Christmas period, and unfortunately I thought I had booked a room for three, whereas it was a room for two with an extra bed, which cost me another £500 for the five days. A bit of a shock, and I might have booked elsewhere if I had realised, but it was a lovely stay, very special.


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