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Km 3 Route De L'ourika, Oasis Hassan II, Douar Zemrane, 40000 Marrakesh, Morocco – Show map
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Outdoor Pool, Grounds, Terrace, Sun Deck
Spa, Massage, Turkish/Steam Bath
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Breakfast in the Room, Special Diet Meals (upon request)
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Shuttle Service (free) , Airport Shuttle (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Tour Desk, Baggage Storage, Babysitting/Child Services, Laundry, Daily Housekeeping
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French, English, Arabic
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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 child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
One older child or adult is charged EUR 25 per person per night in an extra bed.
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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A 7-minute drive from Jamaâ El Fna, Coco Canel is decorated in a traditional Moroccan style and features a swimming pool, a patio with a fountain and a terrace with deckchairs.
Score from 17 reviews Excellent
Decorated in a traditional Moroccan style, Riad Clé De Sol features an outdoor swimming pool, a garden, a hammam, a patio with a fountain, and free Wi-Fi throughout. It is 38 km from Marrakech...
Score from 17 reviews Wonderful
In the heart of the medina (historic quarter), a 5-minute walk from Jamaâ El Fna Square, this riad has an outdoor swimming pool and air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi.
Score from 313 reviews Very good
With a 24-front desk, Riad Magellan is a 4-minute walk from Jamaâ El Fna Square and 400 metres from the traditional markets.
Score from 99 reviews Wonderful
This is not our first time in Marrak. We go everu mow and then. We agree with all the comments avobe. Hermes and Mimi were adorable and friendly. We stayed inside the Riad almost all of our 5 days and we absolutely loved the room and bed, the food and the gardens. We wanted to remark how professional and patient Momo and Fátima were with us. Hamman was a bit short, but we loved the massage amd facial, the ladies were very professional. The location is perfect for staying in or going out to the city, gardens, palais, or restaurants, for just a couple of hours or all day. Very clean and tidy. Attention to details, like rose petals on the table with dinner and candles around the garden every step. Garden perfectly worked and clean. Absolutely no complain.
We didnt like a couple of things, but these are not big deals. Last bit of the road just in front of the riad entrance should be fixed in our opinion, we think the pointy stones are terrible for the Riad worker's car wheels? Caring about your stuff is as important as caring about your guests. Also, maybe the security at night was a bit shocking but we understand it is needed.
Very pleasant surrounding, beautiful grounds and SOME of the staff couldn't do enough for you.
The food was of a very poor quality, particularly breakfast. When we asked for an omlette we got what could have been entered in the Guinness book of records as the smallest omlette ever. This got progressively worse towards the end of our 5 night stay to the extent we felt it necessary to go out and buy food for breakfast from the local supermarket. We had one evening meal during our stay, there was no choice whatsoever, it was a case of take it or leave and it was pricey and of very poor quality. We felt that the hotel was on a constant money grabbing exercise. So in short we will not be going back there anytime in the furure
It's fair to say I loved every aspect of staying in this Riad, to be more specific - Great communication with Jihane before our stay. Free airport transfers. Outstandingly beautiful, warm, welcoming, luxurious Riad set in beautiful manicured gardens surrounded by twinkling tea lights! Stunning outside pool and terrace area. Fantastic, comfortable, beautifully decorated and appointed bedroom and bathroom. Great breakfast, lunch and dinners. Alcohol is not served at the Riad, but you are allowed to bring your own in and they will happily provide you with a bottle opener, ice and glasses! Free shuttle service (inside office hours) from the Riad to the Medina. Outside office hours driver can still be arranged from Riad to Medina for very reasonable fare (150 dirhams return). Very friendly and attentive staff, nothing is too much trouble. A late check out. In truth everyone at the Riad was warm, welcoming and friendly...nothing was too much trouble, even the pet dog Hermes was friendly! To sum up, Riad Jawad is a perfect luxury retreat after a busy day sightseeing in the square and the souks, close enough to everything to be accessible but far enough away to provide a peaceful and relaxing end to the day! If you're looking for a traditional Riad but one that isn't directly within the chaos, hustle and bustle of the Medina, this place is without question, perfect!
It's not that I didn't like this, there was absolutely nothing I didn't like about this Riad. I was reassured by a previous review I had read and want to reinforce to others considering booking this Riad...do not be alarmed or put off by the drive to the Riad, you will drive through areas which haven't yet been built up or developed and eventually you will end up on what appears to be little more than a dirt track well away from the city! Stick with it....the haven of luxury that awaits you is more than worth the wait!!
I liked the garden, personal, food, private driver, nice and calm:)!
It's a little bit far away from the Medina. The dogs barks all night but it was nice anyway.
very nice place
very far from city.
It's cheap, you get a spacious room with a large bed. The whole lot is nicely decorated. There is a big garden with green grass, a large pool with a nice temperature (not always the case in Maroc). Breakfast gives you everything.
It's on a remote location, you can not walk into the medina. I would not recommend this for your true marrakech experience but is serves very well for a last prior-to-flying accomodation. They should give a better route description and put 2 more signs along the road.
Kindness of the staff, the charme of the room, the diner, the breakfast...in conclusion everything!
The luxurious garden perfectly maintained and the peaceful, relaxing atmosphere. Beautiful swimming pool with pleasant water temperature. Delicious food (menu for dinner, a la carte for lunch) Free (only until 18.00) shuttle to reach the Medina The room in the garden, spacious, well furnished with a little private terrace and double shower.
The place is an oasis but located in a very poor area. There is nothing around and you always need either their shuttle or a taxi to reach any place. The service is professional but the staff is a bit cold and impersonal. The terrace on the roof, the towels of the pool and the covers of the couches could be cleaner
The Riad is set in beautiful gardens and is a real oasis away from the hustle and bustle of the medina. The staff were all friendly and helpful and spoke good English. We chose to eat in the hotel in the evenings and while some might find it a bit of a restriction as it is a fixed menu it gave us the opportunity to try some things we would possibly not have chosen from a menu. The food was Moroccan and was very tasty. The rooms were large and comfortable. We will definitely go back again.
I visited Marrakech and stayed at Riad Jawad with a close friend of mine from March 27-April 1 2014. It was absolutely spectacular! Very tranquil with wonderful staff!! Ladies traveling, no need to worry, you'll be safe in this quaint Riad, and drivers can be arranged to take you where you need to go (I'll discuss that in a minute). The riad is a 10min drive from the Medina, 15-20min drive from the Majorelle Gardens. I don't recommend trying to walk to these places. Riad Jawad is on a secluded property, so there isn't much between it and the next hotel. Walking places would not be safe especially at night, and there's no need. They'll arrange for a chauffeur to come and get you, drop you off to the Medina and bring you back. This is free of charge until 6pm. But you must make arrangements ahead of time for this because the driver does not stay at the hotel waiting for guests who want to leave, and he may be at the airport picking up other guests. The staff were kind and went out of their way to take care of our every need. This property is absolutely stunning. You'll essentially be living in a wonderful garden type palace! A pond along side the entrance walkway with frogs and turtles. Every room has a back entrance that allows you to step out onto the property to walk the grounds at your leisure. There is a large pool in the back, with couches for lunch or dinner, or just to relax, or you can sun bathe in the comfortable reclining outdoor chairs. The Riad Jawad is a smoking environment but because of its open concept roof in the main room it is well ventilated and you don't smell the smoke. If you're highly allergic or highly sensitive to the smell of smoke that's the only problem I could see. But even then you might be okay. Nothing in the Riad smells like nicotine or smoke. The food is remarkable. All fresh ingredients and prepared fresh for each meal! Flavours and seasonings are divine!
There are no snacks. If you ask them for the cookies you receive on arrival they sometimes have them available. They tally up EVERYTHING you eat and drink and only tell you the total cost once you are leaving. It feels misleading because they ask what you'd like to eat and bring it as if it's all inclusive. And when you ask them how much you've spent so far they don't know, they try to tally it, and don't seem entirely sure, which felt disorganized. After every meal you have to sign a paper with what you just ate listed which is how they're keeping track. They don't tell you at all that that's what it's for, they just come at the end of the meal for your signature. So if you're on a tight budget, or just in general would like to know for your own peace of mind how much you're spending, be sure to keep count of what you're spending on food yourself by asking the price or using the menu book because some prices are inside. They have a menu book but for the most part it's irrelevant because they go by whatever they've made for the day and have posted on a large board for you to see at the front. Whatever they've made is usually all they have. If you want something else, the wait time is significant, and that's if they even have the ingredients to make it because all the food is made fresh (which makes it soooo delicious!!) Make sure you check the board for each meal (especially if you have allergies or dietary restrictions) and make reservations for lunch and dinner when they ask you, otherwise you'll wait 2HRS+ for your meal! Hint: order what's on the board and not from the book. If you have allergies or dietary restrictions ask to not have that thing and more of something else that's being offered. But remember, to keep track of what you've ordered! And don't try and substitute for something that's not listed on the board because they most likely don't have it.
Beautiful gardens, spacious and beautifully decorated room adjacent to a pretty courtyard. Pool was nice. Staff were friendly and helpful, spoke enough English. Free or very cheap chauffeur service into the city. We had a wonderful 3 course dinner, lots of attention to detail. Highly recommended.
The hotel is in the middle of a dreary, garbage strewn area. Access is by bumpy dirt road. Route is clearly marked by signs, though. Lot of dogs barking in the middle of the night.
Very friendly staff. Out of the busy town with lovely gardens. Good value and very tasty evening meals. Great pool but a little on the chilly side. Free taxi service to and from the main town up until 5pm then after 5 a charge is made.
Lovely people, like the accomodatie and delicious meals. The owner Jawad en Jihane very nice people. Service from Fatima Zohra en Abdelkarim was al so perfect. We Loved it ♥♥♥♥♥
The short time for being there!!
Extremely friendly staff. Very quite and peaceful.
Beautiful garden and the rooms were very nice.
No wifi in room and room was very cold.
The place is amazing, clean staff are good with attention to details
Noise level as some rooms are in the common area , food was average but expensive , room was not what we booked (with pool view ), farmsaround so many dogs barking all the time , no amenities (tea Coffe in the room , hair drier , iron ...)
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