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105 Bis Derb Jdid - Douar Graoua, Medina, Medina, 40040 Marrakesh, Morocco – Show map
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Terrace, Sun Deck
Solarium, Spa, Massage, Indoor Pool (seasonal)
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Breakfast in the Room
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Private parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and costs EUR 3 per day.
Car Rental, Shuttle Service (surcharge), Airport Shuttle (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Currency Exchange, Tour Desk, Concierge Service
Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Heating, Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
French, Spanish, English, Arabic
8:00 AM - 12:00 AM
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 5 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One older child or adult is charged EUR 10 per person per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds 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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The Semiramis is in 10 acre park planted with palm trees, just 10 minutes from the Jamaâ El Fna Square. It features an outdoor swimming pool and a spa.
Score from 859 reviews Review score
This guesthouse features a privileged location in the Marrakesh Medina, only a 3 minute walk from the Jamaâ El Fna Square. It has a terrace and free Wi-Fi access.
Score from 52 reviews Very good
Riad Bjoujna is located in Marrakech’s Medina, just 50 metres from the Saadian Tombs and 1 km from the Koutoubia Mosque.
Score from 8 reviews Exceptional
The Riad Tahar Oasis is located in the heart of the Medina district. It offers an outdoor pool and a terrace with panoramic views of Marrakesh and the Atlas Mountains.
Score from 91 reviews Excellent
April 18, 2015
Don't stay in the downstairs room it is very dark and it smells of sewage. Very damp and in need of a make over -paint was peeling. Not what is pictured online, and not worth paying advertised amount. We stayed in other riads in Marrakech for cheaper and better quality. We often had to wait a long time for breakfasts as other larger groups were seen to first. Breakfast consisted of breads and a yoghurt that was poured out from a recycled water bottle? Downstairs chairs (where breakfast was normally served) were covered in cat hairs and never cleaned. Upstairs lounge areas weren't looked after very well. Location..hhhmmm...short walk to the main square, but wouldn't advise at night for lone or apprehensive travellers. All in all, a very average riad, total disappointment to our expectations and price paid.
The staff were friendly and very accommodating. Towels and room cleaned daily. Courtyard area lovely.
April 12, 2015
Not all of the staff speak English. Nothing else.
Location, architecture and decoration was amazing. Very comfortable room and the inner yard was lovely. Very easy to get into the markets. The staff was very helpful although not all of them speak English.
April 1, 2015
Perhaps the only downer is English is not a main language for the hotel staff. A bit of French will go a long way for your stay in Morocco.
The Riad is small and cosy and provides an intimate setting. Recommended for couples. The property was clean and the free breakfast is authentically Moroccan. Hassan and his team were very obliging and his recommendation for the Sahara desert tour was taken up and we can say that there were no regrets at all.
March 21, 2015
When we just arrived and were lead to the Riad, we were actually fearing for our lives, because the alleys you have to go through to get there seemed designed to prevent you from being able to find your way around. But apparently that´s quite common for Riads in the Medina and in the end we realized it was not so hard to find our way (and on the risk of stating the obvious, no, we did not get killed there). Our tip is to get the transfer from the airport with the people from the Riad. We would never have been able to find it by ourselves.
Do not get scared with the way to get to the Riad, it is in the middle of the Medina, hidden in a bunch of hard to remember alleys. But the place is super cozy, the staff was very nice and did their best to please us even with language problems.
March 20, 2015
The housekeeper doesnt speak English at all, we had no wireless in our room
March 2, 2015
The staff didn't speak any English, and although I consider myself competent in French, communication was difficult. The location leaves much to be desired, and it was impossible to leave the Riad without being offered drugs, which started off intimidating but became plain irritating. My advice would be that if anyone in Marrakech seems to be acting kindly, it's because they want your money.
Value for money was excellent. The building was nice and clean, with all the modern conveniences you could need.
January 1, 2015
The owner was on vacation when we stayed and was prompt with emails. That was a +++ The staff doesn't speak English. My husband and brother in law are from Morocco so they were able to communicate but I was not. That was REALLY frustrating especially when paying the bill. I wasn't given an itemized receipt for our stay and I asked several times for the price of the additional night we added and didn't ever get it...just a total which bothered me to no end. Somehow the taxes for 5 nights and one additional night cost more than two reserved nights at the Riad. When I inquired about the bill no one could adequately explain it in English to me or the local dialect to my husband. Also the bill was in Euros rather than Moroccan Dirham or US dollars which is what I booked it in on booking.com. I was very aggravated with the payment process. The hot water lasted for 1 short shower. We had three people in our room so showering consecutively was impossible. Our toilet also had some flushing issues, but they were fixed almost immediately. Breakfast is basic. Bread, half of a petite glass of yogurt, butter, jelly, coffee and juice. A boiled egg or two would have been nice along with some olives. Sometimes there was night staff and sometimes there wasn't. Also, we missed out on our breakfast 3 out of 5 mornings because we went on early excursions and couldn't get it before 7:30 am, although a friend of mine staying at another Riad had breakfast waiting for her at any hour in the morning. I thought there would be staff available 24/7 and that early breakfast wouldn't be an issue. I know better now. I tend to travel solo frequently and I am not sure that I would feel safe walking to or from the Riad's location in the dark. Perhaps if a solo female traveler were to make arrangements with a riad employee to escort her to and from in the dark that would be advisable.
The owner's communication before staying at the Riad and the first day after our stay. He was on vacation and not on site which I didn't expect. However, he arranged a train station transfer to the riad at no additional cost which I found exceptionally thoughtful for our honeymoon stay. The cleanliness and affordability during high season was terrific. My husband, brother in law, and I stayed for 5 nights comfortably in a second floor room over looking the fountain or what some might call a plunge pool. When we had breakfast 2 out of 5 mornings it was good. Not filling exactly but good and the presentation and quality of what we had was very good. Laundry service was affordable and prompt. Location was very good. It was in a quite residential area minutes from the market and square.
August 28, 2014
staff didn't speak English no soap/shampoo for shower hair dryer and iron upon request the last few days of our stay staff kept hassling us to pay (we obviously weren't going to leave and run away!!) no converters for the electricity plugs (we couldn't charge our phones)
Big rooms Very Clean Amazing Wifi Lovely breakfast Great location safe area walking distance from market but also personal
May 25, 2014
Great riad, highly recomended!!
May 22, 2014
Staff were very friendly
May 6, 2014
- you can hear noises from other rooms of the riad, and also creak doors - that can be annoying in the quiet mornings. - if you chose to reach the riad by yourself (at the arrival in Marrakech), you are expose to a bad and stressful experience. You can avoid this by accepting the transfer provided by Jean Christophe.
Everything! Very good location, clean, spacious and tastefully decorated. And, first of all, placed in the medina, close to everything (the souks, Place Jemaa el Fnaa, Bahia Palace etc.) The manager, Jean Christophe, beyond the warm hospitality, gave us a lot of information that have been very helpful. Terraces - splendid! I recommend this riad to all the travelers to Marrakech, and I'm sure I will again choose Riad Jade Or for my next trip. I regret only one thing: that we refused the transfer from the airport provided by Jean Christophe, thinking that we could do better ourselves - I strongly recommend to all to accept and follow all the advice from Jean Christophe - proved to be the best! Excelent holiday, thank you, Jade Or!
April 10, 2014
A bit noisy, you hear every breath of the other guests. It was difficult to lock the doors. Location (difficult to find). One thing was a bit misleading. We had an agreement about getting picked up at the airport to bring us at the Riad. The guy dropped us off at a square and then another guy walked with us (putting our bags in a carrier). Arriving at the Riad, the guy wanted money.. and one euro was not enough, he wanted at least five. Of course, this was a nice warning for how almost everybody will treat you during your stay in Marrakech. I think, the Riad should arrange something.. so that everybody gets their part of the 20 euros (which is a lot.. you can take a taxi to the airport for 3 euros).
Breakfast, ambiance, friendly helpful staff, nice decoration. The Riad felt like a safe haven within the chaotic city. We felt quite home there. It was safe for our child.
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