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Newest reviews for Riad Eva

  • Berkay
      Turkey
    August 7, 2014

    - Location, staff and room was very good.

    - Toilet smelled bad and it would be good that the wifi worked also in the rooms.

    7.9

  • Tarik
      Belgium
    July 8, 2014

    Excellent help and advice. Generous Friendly Best place to stay at in Marrakech!

    10

  • Alexander
      Russia
    June 30, 2014

    Good view and location. Traditional breakfast. Help with arranging attractions.

    Several times when we returned to Riad, door to our room was open wide, despite the fact that I locked it. Once they even designed to make renovation in a room during our stay, all our belongings were in common kitchen, we could not get to the room for hours and smell of dust there stayed for days. On the day of departure riad's host didn't want to wake up to accept our payment and we almost missed our train.

    5.8

  • Laura
      Romania
    June 5, 2014

    we had a really nice stay overall, we had breakfast included even if it was not mentioned in the booking. the staff really helpful. excellent location. really easy to get to and close to the central square of the medina.don't expect to stay in a luxury hotel it's exactly a good value for money hotel.

    the room that was on the ground floor had mold on the walls due to moisture. we requested to have it changed and everything was ok.

    8.3

  • Alex
      Mali
    May 26, 2014

    value was great given location rooms were spacious and quiet patio was nice place to relax breakfast was the standard fare and added extra value at already low price

    Absence of staff for most of day, lack of information on area around Riad. We didn't need most of these things, but if we had, it would have meant calling someone, which can be a hassle when you have a limited time to do things in. There was also some confusion with our bill at the end which made me a little concerned about how organized they were. They seemed to constantly confuse us with other guests. Make sure you get a receipt! Showers/washrooms are built to accomodate shower currents. I realize this isn't the norm in Morocco, but why not include them so the water doesn't stain and corrode all the walls and result in smelly bathrooms?

    8.3

  • Francesca
      United Kingdom
    May 22, 2014

    Really nice staff, good breakfast, amazing location, helpful advice

    7.5

  • Barbara
      United Kingdom
    May 18, 2014

    We arranged for a transfer from the airport, then were met by our host Radounne who took us to the riad from the center of the medina and advised us on where to eat or visit. The location of riad eva made it very easy to get around town as it was so close to Jemaa El Fna (the big square). Riad Eva itself was lovely, very clean, the room was as described, and the kitchen was free for us to use too.

    We booked 2 nights at Riad Eva 3 months prior to our visit, but on the first night we were taken to a different riad as they were double booked. The room in the other riad was nowhere near as nice as the room in riad eva, although it did have a private bathroom like we had booked. We did get a complementary breakfast the following morning however. It was also very close to Riad Eva, so we didn't get lost.

    7.9

  • Anonymous
      Poland
    May 8, 2014

    The location was good.

    Breakfast didn't include coffee. The room was very small without windows. you could feel the moisture in the air. All my clothes were slightly smelly after leaving.

    3.3

  • Amanda
      United Kingdom
    April 11, 2014

    The Riad was excellent value for money, the perfect base for exploring Marakesh and the surrounding areas. Radouan was an excellent host, nothing was too much trouble for him, he made us feel very welcome.

    There wasn't anything we didn't like we had a thoroughly brilliant experience.

    8.8

  • Anonymous
      Netherlands
    April 7, 2014

    Good location, breakfast is fine. The staff is nice but not very visible;often when we wanted to ask something no one seemed to be around. The roof terrace is very nice! Everything is clean and neat.

    Our room was on the ground floor and was very dark and humid. The bathroom door couldn't be closed. The shower was okay but couldn't be hanged.

    5.8

  • Kristina
      United Kingdom
    March 16, 2014

    The location is superb, though it might be a bit tricky to find the first time as right in the middle of the souk. The staff working there was very helpful and accommodating and gave us very good tips on local restaurants, trips, etc.

    The room in the ground floor a bit stuffy and damp. Nonetheless, good value for money and traditional riad for easy travelers.

    8.3

  • Anonymous
      Italy
    February 23, 2014

    The manger is really a nice person, he organized for us a trip to the desert as weel as the taxi to get there and to go away, all at a very reasonable price. The suite is much nicer than the other rooms and breakfast was good.

    Rooms are really small unless you book the suite. If you need to wake up early for an excursion or any other reason, you'll probably will have to wake up the manager as he forgets easily that you need to get breakfast earlier than usual.

    6.7

  • Ajna
      Netherlands
    February 20, 2014

    Right in the middle of the Medina. They serve breakfast on the roof terrace! The owner is really nice and helpful.

    The shower is not always warm. And it's a little bit hard to shower without creating a monsoon in the bathroom.

    7.9

  • Aneta
      Poland
    February 3, 2014

    Great is the fact that the riad is situated in Medina close to the Jamal El Fnaa Square, the landlord was extremely helpful and polite and he helped us organize trips, transportation, telephone cards, everything we wanted.

    Mostly that the rooms were very cold - which is no wonder for January and the nature of a riad and there was only one heater in the whole riad and we had to share it with our friends downstairs, which was rather annoying and uncomfortable.

    7.5

  • Anonymous
      Slovenia
    January 27, 2014

    Nice ambient and terrace with seating, good breakfast, hot powerful shower, friendly staff, the riad is just a few minutes from Jemaa El Fna

    dirty kitchen

    6.7

  • Mariusz
      Poland
    January 27, 2014

    service location cost effective moroccan atmosphere

    9.2

  • Eleni
      Greece
    January 14, 2014

    we really enjoy our stay.. people from the riad were very friendly and helpfull.. thanks for everything..!!

    10

  • Helen
      United Kingdom
    December 30, 2013

    Staff were friendly and helpful. Very accommodating of my eight year old son. Riad was comfortable and nicely decorated. Great location close to Djemaa El Fna square. Amazing value for money.

    The alleyway to the Riad is a bit spooky in the evenings!

    8.3

  • Dalida
      United Kingdom
    December 16, 2013

    Nice breakfast, clear rooms, good location, close to the main market. Really friendly people working there.

    It was cold during the night. We had only one heater for two rooms.

    8.3

  • Anonymous
      Brazil
    November 12, 2013

    Came twice to the riad, the mood is really nice, good staff, nice and cosy area, they arrange tours too. Close form the Djemaa el fna, but away enough to be quiet and calm.

    Like every hotel in Marrakech, they are a little bit hard to find.

    8.3

  • Anonymous
      Netherlands
    November 11, 2013

    Fine location, close to the square (although the alley leading there is a bit secluded and does not feel safe at night time). Cheap. Breakfast was good.

    I expected more based on the previous reviews. They say there is 24- hr reception but we rarely saw the hosts (and when we did they could not really answer our questions). Our room was small and extremely noisy. Shower wasn't attached to the wall and on our last day the toilet started leaking (we couldn't tell the hosts because they were not around).

    5.8

  • Kitty
      United Kingdom
    November 11, 2013

    my 2nd visit was as wonderful as my first one....a charming riad in a perfect quiet location minutes from the Djema el Fna

    10

  • Clarissa
      Germany
    November 5, 2013

    The owners were super nice and helpful. The Riad has a gorgeous rooftop and is well located - right next to the entrance to the berber souq and a 5 min walk away from the main square. The room was comfortable and very clean! Rumor has it that Kenny and Cheryl might move on from their current location and manage a different Riad instead. My advice would be: follow these two wherever they go (:

    9.6

  • Bizhou
      Morocco
    September 26, 2013

    Kenny is an incredibly nice, outgoing host who was there to welcome us with a great chat when we arrived, and was always there to greet you when you came back. He also has some very good local recommendations for trekking around Marrakech on any budget!

    9.2

  • Kitty
      United Kingdom
    September 13, 2013

    Wonderful warm and welcoming hosts Kenny and Cheryl made the charming and beautiful, authentic riad a joy to stay at, Cheryls artistic touches were in evidence everywhere you looked...tasteful moroccan bedspreads and rugs in the rooms, lovely sitting areas on the terrace, and in the courtyard downstairs with comfortable chairs and cushions, colourful drapes...everything was simple but absolutely perfect. Plus delicious coffee at breakfast and powerful showers in the bathroom, the riad is just a few minutes walk from the busy Djema El Fna but in a very quiet location, easy to find, down a friendly and safe alley ....what more could one want??

    10

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