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28 Derb Assabane Riad Larrousse, Medina, 40000 Marrakesh, Morocco – Show map
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BBQ Facilities, Terrace, Sun Deck
Massage, Hot Tub, Bicycle Rental, Library, Entertainment Staff
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the Room, Special Diet Meals (upon request)
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is needed).
Room Service, Car Rental, Shuttle Service (surcharge), Currency Exchange, Tour Desk, Baggage Storage, Concierge Service, Babysitting/Child Services, Laundry, Ironing Service, Fax/Photocopying, Souvenir/Gift Shop
Newspapers, Safe, Shops (on site), Non-smoking Rooms, Soundproof Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
Dutch, Italian, French, Spanish, English, German, Arabic
12:00 PM - 12:00 AM
Until 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
All older children or adults are charged EUR 20 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed. No extra charges.
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Based on 144 reviews
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Riad Al Karama is centrally located in the heart of the medina (historic quarter), just a few steps from Jemaa el Fna Square. This typical Moroccan house offers personalized service and free Wi-Fi.
Score from 90 reviews Excellent
Offering a restaurant, Dar Rosa is located in Marrakech. Free WiFi access is available. Each room here will provide you with air conditioning, a balcony and a patio.
Score from 88 reviews Good
A 12-minute walk from the famous Jamaâ El Fna Square, the Ryad Laarouss provides luxury rooms within a traditional Moroccan-style house.
Score from 981 reviews Good
Located a 5-minute walk from Koutoubia Mosque and Jamaa El Fna Square, Riad Basma is a traditional-style riad with a patio and a furnished terrace. Guests are invited to the Moroccan-style lounge.
Score from 52 reviews Excellent
Very friendly and helpfull staff, great value for money, beatiful building with nice courtyard to sit and relax. We had small room on the top terrace. Located in the souk, easy to get to all the Marrakech atractions. Very friendly cat called Penguin :)
Little bit hard to find, there is a sign in the main souk street but no sing later.
dirty floor/carpet hard to find, no taxi driver will take you there blocked shower
Really good atmospher, Plenty of moroccan tea, Well situated in heart of the souks. Superb evening meal put on as an extra one night. Staff friendly and accomodating.Booked taxi back to airport.
Would have liked breakfast from 7.30 as had excursions booked fron 8 , service was 9-11 far too late.
Excellent location, great furnishings in a beautiful city. Will return as soon as possible
Lack of beer but after finding off licence 40 minute round trip all was good
Loved everything about this Riad. The staff were friendly, efficient, very helpful. They sat with us introduced us to everyone and anything that needed organising or arranging was no trouble. Food was good and plenty of it. I would have no hesitation in recommending and I will definitely return. Wide range of languages spoken.
Location OK 10 mins walk from Al Fna Square. Friendly staff. Clean. Can get noisy at times.
Only a curtain seperates the bedroom from the en-suite bathroom. I found that they get overbooked and then try and re-locate you into other nearby riads, which are sometimes inferior. High city tax charged at this Riad which is paid upon arrival.
Friendly staff. Confortable bed.
Room noisy and dirty. Bathroom broken. The breakfast is not buffet but is not bad. Aircon with fungi and very smelly. The "jacuzzy" is a real deception, maybe it is as big as your bathtub in your home!!! The terrace is completely neglected!! You can get better riads for less money!!!!
Easy to find in noisy and bustling Medina. Staff is helpful.
Smoking area in the first floor next to our room (couldnt open windows and air-conditioner wasn`t working). Humidity in rooms (poor air-conditioning)
Location was excellent, and beds were very comfortable and clean.
Manager demands payment on arrival, bathroom has stuff falling off the ceiling
Location, good size main area, offered day trips
Hard to find, no toiletries, no TV, dirty bed sheets (well it didn't look clean) requested parking but unfortunately they do not read that part of booking details so at the end difficulties with parking (parked on main road, friends car damaged)
Friendly staff, beautifully decorated room and bathroom, great terrace with flowers and comfy sofas. Eye pleasing decor inside the riad. Breakfast ok. I enjoyed my stay!
Without navigation it's hard to find. For the 1st time visitor it's located far away from the Jemaa el fna.
The cosy family like atmosphere.
Like a tretament of the stuff, not expencive accomodation but fair enough, and stayng inside the Medina is an adventure for almost all visitors
After landing the plain, finding a taxi and beeing delivered almost to the Riad door, I thought We shall go to bed imidiately (allmost 24 hours without a sleep) but NOPE. I have to fill up some silly formulars, pay in advance for all five days, which... OK! But formulars could wait till morning
The idea of staying in a riad, an old family house, is a great way to meet the Marocan hospitality and to disover Marrakesh. Riad Hannah is a quiet and peaceful oase in a very crowded area of a very crowded city. And the unlimited free mint tea tops it all.
The managers are too much focussing on earning money. And that's not what I'd expect from a cosy intimate 'riad'. Hospitality is about making your guest have a good time. My room was not clean. The airco was not working. The shower was working so so. And the riad is situated in the most crowded area of the city - the souk. I'd recommend a riad out of th souk.
Riad Hannah is a very plesant place to stay, although there were no bar (..) as expected, nor terasse with jazzuzi... Staff were really nice, especially the porter with no front teath,, It is impossible to find and we had many laughs trying to...(had to have help most nights..) Yours, Eva from Denmark
The location , the staff are helpful mr Redouane offer for us a better room as soon we arrived and our room was in the ground and we was so afraid that it will b noisy in the early morning ;) the riad size is the average , you will feel the real hospitality .
Some room smell specialy the one near by the kitchen on the ground, not easy to find , don t think to stay so late outside maximum 1am as it s not that much safe on that time aminities are so limited !! Otherwise everything are good
good location in the Medina, good breakfast service with simple Continental Breakfast.
Staff a bit rude at times, very pushy. Price for reservation different from final price paid, up to 10 Euros higher, seemed very random. Objective seems to be to sell you tours, once you have purchased as many tours as they think they will get from you, they are more rude.
There was mold on the cieling in the bathroom. Overall, the place smelled vaguely of mold. This was disturbing.
Beds are like concrete slabs. Moldy/musty smell throughout building (friend had actual mold showing). Breakfast was underwhelming (bread, an egg, and orange juice).
Friendly and helpfull staff. A nice, clean, beautiful little oasis in the medina. Good atmosphere, highly recommended.
Please take note of all the negative reviews! I have never known a Riad like it! Pictures are very deceiving on booking.com Bed sheets were filthy, the room stunk.. breakfast was cold and not great. There are no doors on the toilets. Paid 250dirham (They have a terminal for credit cards but it is not working the friend of the owner doesn't want to use it and he was very rood with us so you have to always pay in cash) and room was only fairy clean, very musty, I couldn't say anything nice about this Riad really. DO NOT EVEN THINK OF STAYING THERE.... !!!
ambient of the raid
the humidity smell in the rooms, not to much hot water in shower, in winter during the night in the room is cool
Location, building, cosy and quiet place, staff, breakfast
Some minor details in the bathroom (painting, mould,...) and a terrace not so pleasant and cosy as it could be.
Staying here was very different from modern hotels, but this made it a pleasure as well as much fun. Breakfasts were good and the rooms clean and comfortable although sometimes lacking hot water at night. It was an experience staying in the Medina and very handy for the square where all the action is. The staff were extremely friendly and went out of their way to be helpful and we had a great party at New Year with excellent food and alcohol available to purchase. Good place to meet interesting people from various parts of the world.
Could be cold at night in January so request a heater if required
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