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190, Derb Skaya, Quartier Issebtiynne, 40000 Marrakesh, Morocco – Show map
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Terrace, Sun Deck
Golf Course (within 2 miles), Solarium, Massage, Library
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Special Diet Meals (upon request)
Private parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and costs EUR 5 per day.
Room Service, Shuttle Service (surcharge), Airport Shuttle (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Private Check-in/Check-out
Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
French, Spanish, English, Arabic
LE FOUNDOUK (493feet)
LA MAISON DE LA PHOTOGRAPHIE (460feet)
7:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Until 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 14 years are charged EUR 15 per night for extra beds.
All older children or adults are charged EUR 25 per person per night for extra beds.
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 not allowed.
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Riad Rabahsadia is located in Marrakech, 15 km from the international airport, 4 km from the train station and 1 km from Jamaa el Fna Square.
Score from 98 reviews Excellent
Located in the old Medina, Riad Lalla Bahia is a 10-minute walk from Djemaa El Fna and 4 km from Menara gardens. It offers a patio and a free Wi-Fi in public areas.
Score from 37 reviews Wonderful
Located just over a quarter mile from Jamaâ El Fna Square and Kotoubia, the Chems Hotel has 4-star accommodations. It features an outdoor swimming pool and a restaurant overlooking the pool and...
Score from 963 reviews Good
Just over half a mile from Jamâa El Fna Square and the Marrakech Museum, this traditional Riad features a rooftop terrace with a sitting area, a patio with a swimming pool and a living room with a...
Score from 314 reviews Wonderful
The Riad is very beautiful, the interior court is like taken from a movie with carved wood ornaments, exotic plants, tables and seats to chill out, etc...you can have breakfast on the terrace on top of the building, which is a nice way to start the day, it is in a quiet neighbourhood and the staff is very friendly and ready to help.
The sofa in our bedroom did not appear to be clean. This can very simply solved by a a nice throw on the sofa, which I am sure Marrakesh has plenty of.
The riad was beautiful with true Moroccan style and very close to the centre -great location.
We stayed in the junior suite which is the only room on the ground floor and there's not much privacy to be honest. You can hear everything from the lounge area and I assume people could hear us too. Made going to the bathroom a bit uncomfortable! The wifi connection wouldnt work in bed, it would just cut off. It only worked in specific areas of the room.
The staff very so helpful, nothing too much trouble. Francoise was the perfect host everything within walking distance . 2 excellent restaurants close by
We stayed for 5 nights in this peaceful Riad, think our room was the cheapest but it was nice and had all we needed. The staff were lovely and Francoise was helpful.
There is no way you could find this place without help. Don't even think of getting your own taxi from the airport, book it through the hotel as you need to be guided in through the Medina and even then it needs a good sense of direction to find your way back for the 1st few days.
Everything...localization,cleaning and decoration of the rooms, breakfast, and, above all, availability sympathy and cordiality of the owner, Françoise!
Nothing..Everything was great!
Lovely, helpful staff. v good breakfast. Super clean. The rooftop was a peaceful place to watch the gorgeous sunsets and have a glass of wine. Quiet and very comfy bed made for a good night's sleep.
Wifi didn't really work in the room. The location is a little sketchy, might not feel too safe if I'd been on my own walking down alleyways to the riad.
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.
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. Sm-
Not very friendly for English speakers, quite far from the square, room a bit dated in comparison to photos, Marrocan breakfast is basic
Friendly Staff and great support. Nice roof terrace and fantastic breakfast.
very friendly and helpful staff, handdrawn map very useful, very quiet area but only a few streets away from the buzzing streets, wonderful breakfast on the terrace, a lot of attention to details... I can only recommend it!
Everything especially the people. I really enjoyed how clean and open it was. I felt safe at all time and really trusted the staff. I'd reccomend this place to friends, family and even strangers. My friend and I had a bit of a delay getting there because we were traveling from Casablanca to Marrakech. Due to the delay we were not going to arrive before midnight so we rand the riad to explain. Francoise was extremely pleasant and explain how to get to the riad. Not only did she explain how to get there she had a staff member waiting outside for my friend and I to escort us to the riad. Honestly thought it was a fantastic riad and loved it!
Excellent hosts and a beautiful room. They organised both transfers to and from the airport and a day trip to the mountains which was utterly fantastic. Great breakfast too!
Sensational hosts. We had dinner in the Riad one night and it was great Chicken Tangine. Lying back on the terrace in the evenings with a bottle of wine is nice way to finish a day off in Marrakech. Its location is a little further away from the square than others but walking in the Medina's is what life is about in Morocco.
Great location, very friendly and helpful staff, great tips and a map upon arrival
We had lovely time. The staff was very welcoming and caring. We felt at home. If back in Marrakech will certainly come back!
The peace and tranquillity.
Had to leave.
Very nice and quiet riad only 10 minutes from djemma el fna. Beautiful and cool rooms and nice tadelakt bathroom. Very friendly and helpful staff and best breakfast in town.
we arrived at the hotel at half twelve at night and were very hungry, there was no restaurants at the time so abdul-illah ended up cooking us an amazing meal. The room was tidy and spacious, with a very good air conditioner, the bathrooms were clean and tidy and very Moroccan styled. The owner were very nice, helped with everything. Migeal parked our car for us and he was a very nice man. He helped us find our way around, and the cleaners were also very nice as was abdul-illah, and Sylvan. Very calm nice atmosphere, had breakfast on the terrace and was 5/5. Went with the whole family and would a 100% go back to this guest house, the next time we go. Highly recommended.
nothing at all
This Riad, once you get used to the labrynith like streets of the Medina, is like an Oasis in the chaos. The staff is absolutely wonderful, especially the host, Marissa. All the staff are very friendly and accommodating and we enjoyed every minute of our stay there.
The only issue, and it's not an issue at all is that the WiFi can disappear at times.
Beautiful small Riad, a little off the beaten track.
The staff and the owners were exceptionally helpful and the riad beautiful with all the services efficient.
The host, Sylvain, could not have been more gracious and hospitable. He was at our assistance with every request, big and small. The employees of the riad were equally as helpful and friendly. We even got escorted to the center of the medina/ souks, with tips on how to find our way back (Marrakech is very labyrinthine) and the assurance that if we did get lost, we could just call and somebody would come and find us! Sylvain also gave us insight (over our welcoming glass of mint tea) on helpful local words and phrases, and how to deal with persistent souk "salesmen."
As mentioned, Marrakech is a twisted maze of narrow streets and alleys, and the riad can be hard to find...but this makes it just like every other riad! And the assistance for how to make this simpler (a map, landmark tips, and even a guide for your first venture out) make this much less of an issue.
Sylvain and his team were very helpful during our stay. They made sure that we are comfortable in the Riad and gave us some tips on taxi fares, prices of some items in the souks and recommended some places to it. The riad is very cozy with nice patio area. Nothing to dislike really. Will definitely stay in this place again.
The riad was beautiful and the staff helpful and accommodating.
It was all perfect and so there was nothing to dislike.
Everyone at Riad Djebel was so nice and helpful! Valeria went out of her way to walk me to town so I could learn how to get back to the riad by myself. (I still got lost!) I had two rooms while at Djebel - the first, a suite with fireplace, huge tub and giant sink area, was fantastic. Due to scheduling conflicts, I wasn't able to get the same room the second night. Valeria and staff moved all my things for me, since I forgot to repack before heading out for the day. The riad is very small, and it's at the edge of the medina, so it's very quiet. I never heard any other guests while I was there. But I did hear the birds chirping, which was absolutely lovely!
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