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131 Derb Kachkach Derb Dabachi, 40000 Marrakesh, Morocco – Show map
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Terrace, Sun Deck
Food & Drink
Breakfast in the Room
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
No parking available.
Shuttle Service (surcharge), Airport Shuttle (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Tour Desk, Baggage Storage
Newspapers, Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Heating, Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
French, English, Arabic
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 6 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are allowed on request. No extra charges.
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Score from 171 reviews Very good
I might have been unlucky, but my bed was visably dirty and smelled bad. It is also no door to any of the toilets in rooms, just a curtain. And also, the windows in the rooms are just open crossbars, it feels like sitting on the toilet in the breakfast room. And er asked if it was possible to check out at two oclock, our plane leaving at six, he didnt answer this before we payed, but after he wanted us out right away, it was nine thirty, and got really raisted his voice for us for not wanting to do so. This even when the check out is at12, we had to be out of the rooms by 11. The breakfast was not nice either. I am aware that all this is things that can happen when you are travelling, but not at that price rate. I would recommend staying elsewhere.
We really loved the fact that it was smack in the middle of the Medina the square is 30 seconds from the riad I loved the staff Ismael was amazing he took us out showed us around and was overall extremely helpful really made us feel welcome. it has a really homely feel very inviting. you really feel like a local
the breakfast was the same every single day and to be honest wasn't the best quality. no windows in rooms and there was a lot of wear a tear in the rooms. also there is no sound proving so you can hear everyone's conversations and if someone has breakfast you can hear all as it is all open plan. we found the manager to be abit stand offish and very interesting in our female group members. the cleaner was great although she didnt change the bed linen and there were stains on the duvet cover.
The riad arranged transfer from the airport for us and there was long walk with our suitcases from where the cab dropped us an the hotel. Abdirahman was very friendly helpful.
The breakfast could be a bit more varied an also the rooms could do with a lick of paint. The wifi is only confined to the downstairs lounge, it would've been more convenient to have wifi access in the bedrooms. The excursions were priced a little expensive so we booked our excursions with 2 companies operating locally which were cheaper.
Terrace on the roof, big size bed and room, and riad owner was quite nice man.
Leaking water in bathroom, all floor wet under sink. Must pay for room more than price shown on booking site. VAT is not included. Paid quite more than expected and for that price there was some better riads around. Poor choice of breakfast. If you dont speak french will be in trouble, no one speaks English over there.
There is only one man there all of the time and he speaks only French. I thought I would ask other guests but there were none in 5 days. We paid about $50 Us for 2 of us and the place was more like $20. It is inside the medina and a difficult walk to anywhere. Breakfast was not edible. Wifi only works in reception and not always. We saw roaches. The beds were not comfortable. We had to pay for all 5 days in advance with no refund possible and I can see why--anyone would leave after one night if possible. Not happy with booking.com either as this is the most inaccurately reviewed hotel ever and I've stayed at many through this agency. Stuck in this hotel pretty much ruined my time in Marrakech.
The staff especially Abdul Rahmane was a great host and took care of his guests really well. I really enjoyed staying there. It feels like family..
Wifi connection was not so good most times.
Hotel manager is really friendly and helpful. The decor is quite nice too. Room sizes are adequately spaced. We all had a really good sleep every night because of the air con. The actual hotel is located near the main square jmaa al fena. And most importantly. .. the mint tea here was delicious!
Showers needed plunging as they were a little blocked. Im sure the manager would have sorted that had we told him!
The owner was a very friendly old man. He speaks French and Arabic, and a little bit of English. He was very helpful and friendly. The roof was lovely, and relaxing. The bedrooms were spacious and comfortable. Breakfast was small and delicious.
One of our shower curtains was really nasty looking. And the other shower didn't drain very well.
The owner of the riad is very Polite and looks like a grand father for us. The riad is beautiful, very quiet and cool even with the heat of Medina.
The wifi was not working.
The presence of the older guy is great. He is very helpfull!
They dont clean the rooms everyday. We stayed 5 days without cleaning. There is bad ventilation. The roof is closed. The shower is dirty and breakfast is very very minimal and totaly unmoroccan.
essentially i feel the service is brilliant, especially sidi abdulrahan who ensures personally all needs are met and would go the extra mile for it. also met the owner too who also seemed a reasonable man. i stayed for the week, received a complimentary moroccan chai, it was delicious, well accustomed to it :) otherwise no complaints,
wifi is a massive issue, most days had no connection despite being on the bottam floor (where is usually worked) otherwise just had to hope there was soem connection.
Great location, very friendly and helpful owner. Very typical Moroccan feel. Possibility of booking excursions.
Downstairs rooms were damp. Not super clean if that's real important for you.
Breakfast menu was not a choice, but overall the stay was excellent and well recommended to anyone. The manager is an old chap but believe me he's really a superman when it comes to service.
A**** all the way
Terrible experience! Very difficult to reach especially when you are carrying luggages. Breakfast was very bad and considering the money I paid definitely not worth it. I do not suggest this place.
Wifi only works in lounge, is slow and didn't work for 3 days. No clean towels unless pay extra.
the owner is such a great, helpful and friendly person. like an Uncle.
poor wifi, but you should go out and look around Marrakech instead of using internets!
The rooms were decorated beautifully, however, as charming as the host was we was very confused with our booking and couldn't quite understand when we all wanted to pay seperately for each room (we had 3 rooms) and to confuse him even more, one couple wanted to pay in Euros. The location is ok, once you get to know the area, but may be a little offputting to first timers, especially with the beggars near to the mosque you have to pass by to get to the Riad. Breakfast is also quite poor, this was the most expensive place we stopped in Morocco (and it wasn't that expensive), but had the poorest breakfast. Wifi available but not on a secure network or in the rooms. Bedding had seen better days. As I said the rooms are done out beautifully, and these are only minor niggles we had really.
The owner was very lovely and always wanted to help which was often difficult as he doesn't speak any English.
The breakfast was very dull and the same every day (a Moroccan pancake and bread) and although lovely throughout our stay, the owner seemed angry and completely dismissed us as we were leaving because we would not give him a handful of money (we had previously tipped very generously when paying for our room and then once again on the bed for the cleaner). I would not say the space on the roof could be referred to as a 'terrace' but more a small strip of concrete with a sunbed.
I did really like my stay in Maison Bahia. Abderahmane, our host and the grandfather of the group, was so sweet and kind all the time with us. He was even studying English so he would be able to communicate better. Very well located, clean and comfortable. Hightly recommend.
Decoration of the room. Clean. Location is perfect, in the middle of medina, but a bit scary in the night.
The receptionist guy tried to cheat us. At the end of our stay he said we paid for the hotel but not for him, asked us to pay 70 euros extra to him. When we got angry and said no way, he said it is ok, there was a mistake. In Marrakech everybody is trying to cheat you, you get tired of it, and you wanna trust at least to the place you are staying, but this was a very cheap behaviour. Plus, nobody was able to speak English, if you need some help, ask questions, or help it is so difficult. Another important point, the windows of the room has no glass, just blinds. We were there in december and it was very cold in the night even though we run the air condition. Noisy in the morning. If you go there in winter definitely dont stay there.
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