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Newest reviews for Riad Al Karama

  • Anonymous
      Portugal
    July 19, 2014

    Very close to the main square. Good breakfast. Clean.

    Hard to find.

    6.7

  • Matthew
      United States of America
    June 13, 2014

    Helpful and friendly staff. Good breakfast provided. Accpted credit card payment as advertized. Comfortable room and great rooftop. Great location for exploring the medina and souk.

    10

  • Sabina
      Italy
    May 12, 2014

    The Riad is in the very hearth of the Medina. It is nicely kept and furnished. Our room very small (Coriander) but also the cheapest, so no complain about that. I was sick while staying in the riad and the staff was absolutely kind and helpful, taking me to the taxi in the middle of the night cooking special dishes for me, and being very cheerful and nice all the time.

    9.6

  • Julie
      United States of America
    April 1, 2014

    Riad Al Karama is beautiful and clean and the owner and staff were extremely friendly and helpful. It was so nice to relax on the roof terrace with a cup of mint tea and listen to the call to prayer from the nearby mosque. The riad is very peaceful and quiet, yet a quick walk down the maze of tiny streets brings you right into the middle of the souks and the main square. For my husband's birthday, the owner not only recommended and made reservations at an amazing restaurant, but also surprised him with a box of delicious Moroccan sweets. We would definitely stay here again!

    We chose the cheapest room (Coriander) and it does lack privacy during the day as it's right next to the couches where guests can hang out in the courtyard. The bathroom has a window the opens up to the courtyard (which you really need to leave open when you're not in there or the room gets damp). But still worth it for the value, we spent most of our time at the riad on the roof terrace anyway. When we returned to Marrakesh after hiking, we chose to stay in the same room so obviously the privacy issue didn't bother us.

    10

  • Stevie
      Australia
    February 21, 2014

    Comfortable beds, nice enough terrace. Nice and quiet back street, not too far from the main square.

    They don't offer you locks on the door. When we asked they said there's always someone around so security isn't an issue. If y

    5.8

  • Gokhan
      Morocco
    January 14, 2014

    The owner of the hotel was really nice and helpful for us. He is a French man that lives in Morocco for 8 years. Riad was nice, we were scared for it to be cold in the night cause we stayed there in Jan. but it wasn't as cold as we expect. Water pressure and temperature was really well adjusted. Bathroom was clean. The terrace is really nice and you have your breakfast there. We stayed in Cannelle double room, it was comfortable and had a fire place but I think it was not in use. The design of the room was pretty. You can feel that you are staying in a Riad. For that price it was totally a perfect value. It wasn't the best but for that price it was the best one that I stayed.

    Location of the Riad can be a problem if you go to Marrakech for night life, but if you feel like coming to Riad early it's not a problem. As the owner and the security told us, it's not dangerous in the nights as well cause there are many civil polices. It can be a little bit hard to find the location of the hotel but the stuff and owner of the hotel was really so helpful.

    9.2

  • Liana
      United Kingdom
    January 1, 2014

    This Riad is very clean. Comfortable beds, beautiful decor. Most riads in Marrakech speak French/Arabic but staff in this riad can communicate in English as well. Its located in the heart of hectic Medina, but inside it is surprisingly very quiet. The owner provided us with a map and explained the directions, so it wasnt difficult to find it. Staff is friendly and helpful. In our opinion it is good value for money. P.S. There is very good hammam just 2mins walk away, the owner can make a reservation.

    Wifi connection tends to be weak in the evenings.

    10

  • Yonghwan
      United Kingdom
    December 16, 2013

    Need a English speaker. Wifi is not reached in the room. Poor breakfast. Inside of Medina is very messy and hard to find the riad.

    2.9

  • Anonymous
      Germany
    December 4, 2013

    Nise sun terrace Good breakfast Friendly owner and staff

    9.6

  • Istvan
      Hungary
    November 30, 2013

    Very close to Jamaa el Fna Silent - the call to the payer did not woke us up at 5:20 a.m. :-) Well decorated. It was the best accommodation during our trip in Morocco. It was the only one were the water pressure and temperature were OK.

    The breakfast was good, but it could be more of Moroccan style. (Fresh orange juice instead of boxed one, some olives and olive oil, better jam, and local honey would be good) It is not the riad's fault but we did not realy like Marra-ca$h.The restaurants' agressive client hunters were VERY annoying, as well as the most of the taxi drivers who refuse to use the taximeter, and ask a double or triple price. Fez is a way better place.

    10

  • Richard.
      United Kingdom
    November 27, 2013

    An amazing little Riad in a great location with wonderful staff. Definitely the most welcoming place we stayed at during our travels around Morocco. Highly Recommended.

    9.2

  • Claire
      France
    November 19, 2013

    The entire staff was absolutely lovely and very helpful. The location is perfect (calm & peaceful but 5min away from the buzzing Jemaa El Fnaa square). Our room was a little small but the terrace is beautiful and very welcoming. Also, the whole riad is spotless. I would definitely recommend it to anyone passing by Marrakech!

    9.2

  • Daniela
      Germany
    November 17, 2013

    The riad is located in the heart of the medina, an about 5 minutes walk to the Djemaa El Fna Square. The staff and owner were very welcoming and caring. We felt at home quite soon. The riad is decorated with a lot of love and great attention to detail. The breakfast on the sunny rooftop was also one of the highlights. Although very centrally located the riad is really calm and we could even sleep without earplugs :) The first time it's a little hard to find (so pay attention to "false guides", don't follow them, otherwise you will have to pay).

    9.2

  • Anonymous
      Portugal
    November 1, 2013

    Dinner upon request is good

    The room is a bit small. Shampoo&bath gel should be provided. Towel quality is terrible . B'fast is too economy!

    7.1

  • Sabine
      Germany
    October 7, 2013

    - beautiful room - good Location near Jemma-el-fna square

    - Breakfast was medium compared to other Riads on our trip - Bathroom light too dark - no locks on the doors - Little privacy: in the morning you can hear other guests/ staff preparing for breakfast - unlike in all other Riads in Morocco we did not get offered a mint tea when we arrived - The owner offered overpriced transfer from/to Gueliz and rejected to help us find our way to the Riad. When we left Marrakesh we arranged a transfer for less than 1/3 the price on our own. - quite impersonal atmosphere

    6.7

  • Lluís
      Spain
    September 19, 2013

    The riad is very nice and confortable. We stayed in different rooms because at the begginig we made a book for just 3 days but then we wanted to stay more days. Every room where we stayed was so confortable, with tipical and nice morocco design, and with bathroom and big showers. The personal was so kind, Fatima, Alí, Aziz and Michele makes you feel like home and if you have any problem or question they try to help you, always with a big smile. Fatima prepares great breakfast that you eat on the terrace in company of Josephine, the tortoise of the riad :) A riad very near of the Jamaa el-fnaa square, but in a very quiet zone, so if you want to relax is the best place to rest. In two minutes you can go from the crazyness of the square to the quiet and relax of the riad. They also offers you the service to took you from the airport to the riad for a good price. And we reccomend to took this service because if it's your first time in Marrakech it's easy to loose yourself in the little streets! That's a place to spend a night, two or more than a week, and we are sure that when we come back to Marrakech (because we will) we will repeat the experience in RIAD AL KARAMA. We recomend it 100%. Martina and Lluís (Catalunya)

    10

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