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Quartier Riad Laarouss Derb Sidi Bouamer N°278, Medina, 40000 Marrakesh, Morocco – Show map
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Terrace, Sun Deck
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and charges apply.
Car Rental, Shuttle Service (surcharge), Airport Shuttle (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Tour Desk
Heating, Air Conditioning
French, English, Arabic
2:00 PM - 12:00 AM
7:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Riad 34 is located in Marrakesh in the heart of the Medina near the Palais de la Bahia. Its rooms have a private bathroom, heating and a fan.
Score from 255 reviews Very good
Set a 15-minute walk from Jamaâ el Fna Square, this riad offers a rooftop terrace with sun loungers.
Score from 93 reviews Wonderful
This Riad enjoys a wonderful location, easily accessible, not far from the Badi palace and legendary square Jemaa EL Fna.
Score from 239 reviews Wonderful
In the Medina, this Riad features a rooftop terrace with lounge chairs and a small outdoor swimming pool.
Score from 163 reviews Wonderful
We really enjoyed staying here. The meals they offered were well worth trying compared to what you get on the street. Very nice staff who were not pushy.
Everything it's ok with this Riad stuff service all think thank you Mohamed for help and thank you Fatima for breakfast.
A great place to stay in the medina.The owner is very helpful and I would recommend this Riad.
Difficult to find but there is a couple of signs that help
the atmosphere. the staff. the location
not possible to get coffee in the morning before 8.30.
traditional Riad,unique from other hotel types,in general staff is Very friendly but not on level, for the price more than enough
couldnt sleep at night as my room was at the 1 st floor just where the stage guy talked with other people too loudly and you can hear till late at night phone calls etc.. the last day of my stay i had to leave the Riad at 9 am which was Not so early and but the door of the riad was locked and had to call the owner on the phone to open the door, as well didnt have breakfast that day as the staff was sleeping, not professional at all
Jean-Philippe very helpful when needed.
Staff was helpful and spoke good English. Accepted credit card without overcharging some 5%, something very uncommon in Morocco. Room was decently sized and had AC. Wi-Fi worked everywhere but had no password. Easy to find, just follow the signs. Very good breakfast. Good place, would stay again.
Shower drain sometimes closes leaving the place almost flooded. No place to hang the towels! The entrance is located on a dark underpass. It's hard/strange to describe but not really a problem for me.
Very friendly service
Only windows to the inner court
Comfortable riad Staff are helpful Safe neighborhood
Bed is small for 2 people
Very nice building and decorations.
1) Children and young kids smoking and selling drugs just in front of the riad's door. 2) The staff is absolutely impolite, mannerless, inhospitable and unreliable. The (French, I guess) manager/owner of the riad not even had the curtesy to present himself when we arrived, didn't give any suggestion on how to move or what to visit in the city (even though we asked him a few times) and, most important of all, bothers people smoking all the time and putting horrible French melancholic songs in the morning (as if colonialism wasn't over.. and I swear I usually like French music). 3) Last but not least: be very careful with "excursions", as they call them. We decided to buy the Essaouira one and we paid a lot of money just to be carried from a place to another with a damaged minu-bus. No guide, no food/drink included, not event punctuality on the scheduled departure! it was nothing more nothing less than a lift.. so I really suggest you to go by yourself or with other excursions companies.
Friendly and very helpful staff. Choosing to eat dinner at the hotel was a welcomed experience as the food was some of the best we ate during our stay in this country
Comes down to personal preferences. I found the bed too hard for my comfort
comfy bed, lovely breakfast, helpful, caring staff
didnt get the room we booked and first night had to stay somewhere else because our room wasnt available.
My room was on the ground floor right next to the common area but it was very quiet. The breakfast was the best out of all the Riads I stayed in. The best thing about this Riad is that the toilet of my room had its own door and the bed was extremely comfortable. The staff are very good and helpful. For example, they booked for me another Riad in the local area once I decided to stay in Marrakesh abit longer before moving on to other cities.
I felt that I was overcharged for airport transfers at 20 Euros as my plane landed at 10.30 PM. I spoke with the driver in Arabic and gathered that he makes a small cut of the 20 Euros (the rest obviously going to the Riad). This is the only time that I feel I over-payed for anything during my stay in Morocco. I learned my lesson and can now get transfers for less than 7 Euros by booking directly with drivers, cutting out the Riad.
er zijn 500 riads in marrakesh deze behoort zeker tot de top-tien there are over 500 riads in marrakesh, .Dar Saba belongs in the top-ten league frank the netherlands
This riad is a beautiful relaxing space away from the bustle of the medina. Mohammed is great to help with a free map and recommendations. He also helped organize some day tours for me. The room was clean with a comfortable bed and a heater, fan, and extra blankets (no AC in that particular room but I didn't need it since it was January).
The breakfast was great except it only consisted of bread, croissants, or Moroccan pancakes. It could have used something with protein such as an egg or cheese.
The best Riad in Marrakech.
toilet flush was not working.
Great location, friendly staff, breakfast, music, comfy bed, good shower
Room a bit small. Would have loved to sit up on the roof if the weather was warmer. Some noisy early morning arrivals. A bit hard to find when arriving
We tried different riads in Marrakech but this was definitively the one with best value for money. Execellent and service minded staff, nice and quiet room, good location. We were also able to leave some luggage there when we went for a few days treck.
Perfect. Nice room, lovely building. Convenient location. Very friendly and helpful staff. Ideal.
The Riad was really nice, like in the pictures, the staff very friendly and helpful. The Riad is in the Medina, 15-20 min walking from the main square Jemaa el Fna The first time is difficult to find it but all the Riads in the Medina have the same problem, so this is not a real problem for this Riad.