Tips about the riad:
The day staff do not speak English at all, so learn some French for the following
Good morning, how are you, I am fine, I would like - towel, new sheets, extra cover, new candle, no bread, 1,2,3,4,5, thank you, good night. Ect
The night staff - speaks English, your okay there.
You will hear the call for prayer if you are in on the roof of the riad and it will be loud, not like you need ear phones loud but loud enough.. Inside of you room with windows and doors closed.. Not so much
IMPORTANT Tips: the area gets busy so do not put anything in your pockets, adults, teens and children are trained to pick pocket you and if you do it, well they will take it, and it is gone. You can attempt to make a police report but it wont get your phone back. Also do not eat raw fruits and veggies that you did not buy in the square.
Road djebel is a located in the heart of the Marrakech, less than 10 minutes from critically acclaimed square. It's not hard to find once you know your way around the area and you will as long as you look at and take notes on your map.
The Raid itself is like a hidden oasis, located down a small alleyway that is full of cute cats and kittens( they won't bother or harm you)
Upon entering you feel the cool breeze and your eyes feast into the beautiful sight of fruit trees and Morrocon colors and decor. You will be welcomed with delicious mint tea and a sweet French women who will tell you all about marrekach. The riad has a full kitchen equipped with food, alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages. You can have breakfast on the beautiful roof or downstairs. The riad offers dinner upon request at 18euros per person.
The rooms are beautiful and very romantic. The lighting Is very low especially in the bathroom, I'm sure it helps keep the heat out in the summer months. The floor and walls are made of stone or some type of thick plaster adding to the cool astmosphere in the riad. The bathroom is large and so is the bedroom, however noise does travel throughout the riad especially at night. I suggest using the fan/heater provided in the bathroom and turning it on at night as a noose isolator if you tend to be "noisy" after dark.
The riad also offers tours throughout Marrakech, if you are uncomfortable going out and seeking a tour on your own then take one! You won't regret it, however, my partner and I went through the bazaar and found an independent travel agency that provided day and overnight tours, we took a day trip to Essaouira that was amazing ..and extremely cheap.
Overall stay here: this place is romantic and beautiful, private but close enough to experience the beautify of marrekach.