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129, Derb Sidi Mbarek, Sidi Mimoun, Medina, 40000 Marrakesh, Morocco – Show map
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Bicycle Rental, Library
Food & Drink
Breakfast in the Room, Restaurant with Dining Menu, Special Diet Meals (upon request)
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.
Room Service, Car Rental, Shuttle Service (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Tour Desk, Baggage Storage, Concierge Service, Private Check-in/Check-out, Babysitting/Child Services, Dry Cleaning, Fax/Photocopying
Newspapers, Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Heating, Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
French, English, Arabic
12:00 PM - 12:00 AM
8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 9 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
One older child or adult is charged EUR 10 per person per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
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. Charges may apply.
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Score from 322 reviews Review score
Location - quiet, communicated, close to shops and center. I'd recommend Mamounia Apartment, separate form the other rooms, with nice terrace - worth paying more.
Tough to find - don't pay more than 2 eur to local "tour guides" :-). Solitary and local neighborhood after dusk - some might feel insecure.
The hotel was perfect for us...being the first time staying in marrekesh it was near the centre... Amzing helpful staff...breakfast was nice....thank you
The staff was really nice to us and even helped solving a last minute problem with a desert tour we had booked. The location is excelent, in a residential and very quiet place, but close enough to the main square. Great!
We had minor problems, as the broken shower holder and the old shower curtains.
We stayed for 7 nights. Service was excellent. Riad located near city center about 10-15 minutes walk.
Not good place for family with chidlren.
The hospitality and the staff readiness to serve is just great.
Authenticity (I would run into a donkey waiting for its owner on my way out of the medina), wi-fi and hot water were perfect, hospitality
Light in my room could be a bit brighter, but I was not there much so this didn't matter.
We have ordered three double rooms via booking.com, however when we arrived at the place we were told that the booking is only for two rooms. Even with the booking sheet printed out we could not get the third room. We also had to pay the same, three room price. Having no place else to go as it was late in the night, we stayed there for one night only.
very nice facility wifi in the room nice view from terasse short walk to Jaama el Fna
while the accomodation is in old medina you cannot reach the riad directly by a car, but you can park nearby
Beautiful, traditional decor, very comfortable and great value
Had some problems accessing the Wi-fi and the electric plug in my room was broken
We really liked our room. It was on the top floor and most of the time we felt that we had the terrace to ourselves. The room had a lot of space (although the ceiling was a bit low). The staff was friendly, the breakfast good, near to the main sights. Really liked our stay at the riad. Thank you
Sometimes the wifi was not working and they could renovate some of the facilities (because the pipes in the shower were a bit leaky).
Quite and clean
Change the Barthroom door
Building, decor, staff.
It takes a five minute walk to get out of the neighborhood, no access to cars.
The place is awesome, located not very far from Medina, in a residential area, so we can see the real life in Marrakech. The staff is also very kind and helpful, we even got a little token as a goodbye gift. We loved it!
Great location, loved being among Moroccan living ...
The photos are similar though a little dated and our room not quite like this. This said, we are going back for our last night! ;)
The staff and the smooth place.
Some ants in the room.
Bedroom was specious and the place was clean. Breakfast included in the price- really cheap.
There could be more flowers/ trees in the tarrace-but really... No big deal
The hotel was nice and comfy.
Not easy to find. Hotel tried in many ways to get money. He asked me 200 dirhams to have the shuttle to the airport, which normally tops costs 50 dirhams. When I wanted to pay he could not give money back so I paid more than I should have.
Fairly close to centre but still got the peace and quietness.
The staff were quite friendly but only spoke to us if he needed some more money from us. He didn't spend nearly as much time talking with us as he did with single female travellers. Location also terrible. Would've been hard to find without pick-up at airport (who arrived very late!) and the alleyways are full of children who are constantly harassing you for money. Breakfast was horrible and dry, not a great deal of variety, just bits of bread and dilute coffee. The rooms did not look like the pictures at all! Plus compared to other Riads, there is no communal area as such and the decor is very poor indeed. Our supposedly "private" bathroom was actually not an ensuite and we and to walk across the courtyard to access it- very awkward especially is someone is having breakfast in the courtyard. Also, lots of cockroaches in the bathroom and some in our room too! One night, the male staff had left the door open when he went out for a bit and we could hear the children squabbling directly outside the door (maybe deciding whether to come in or not- who know?). This made us feel very unsafe! WOULD NOT RECOMMEND! Far better Riads for much better prices!
We travelled to Marrakech with our 4-months-old twins and were very happy to arrive at the Riad and felt so welcomed by the staff. The receptionist Mohamed was very friendly and helpful. Thank you very much! If we come back to Marrakech, we'll definitely want to stay at Riad Amskal again! :)
Staff were amazing! Nadia and Mohammed were excellent hosts. Will definitely come back to this Riad again!
Location was 5 minutes from the square, still very quiet at night so best of both worlds in central location. Staff were faultless, always willing, accomadating and smiling. Beds/rooms were fine for the price, very clean, big comfy beds, ac and WiFi were great. Very well priced excursions through Riad, pick up/drop off services, free airport transfer, and free gifts when we left which was nice touch.
Walking through alleys at night, however the royal house was near so well policed, and lots of families/children lived in the area. safer option than Medina.
Nothing, hard to Find like all riads
I loved our stay at the Riad, really good value for the money.The staff was excellent, especially Mohammad at the reception, he was outstandingly nice and helpful.
We always got lost in the alleyway s :) But actually it's not hard to find the way after a while.
Riad secluded yet convenient walking distance from Jemaa el-F'na. Reduced street parking fees (20 dhirams) as opposed to rip-off 50 in the Medina. Decent bathroom with proper curtained shower (not always the case). Breakfast adequate but not stellar. We only stayed a night before morning flight out so can't fairly comment on staff.
You need a lot of help to find the place. Google map generated by booking site useless. Be prepared to pay neighbourhood kids 10 dhirams a head to show you the way. Cars cannot approach the riad, so it's quite a long walk from the wide street ending at the hospital.
the staff were really friendly and gave us some good advice.Nadia and Abdul were very good at their job of running riad.I would stay there again as it was in a great location and value for money.
on the roof there is a pole which comes out of the floor.I think it should be covered as i nearly went over because my foot caught it.
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