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Newest reviews for Riad Les Inseparables

  • Roos
      Netherlands
    July 28, 2014

    We had the pleasure of staying at this riad from the 16th till the 20th of July. This riad is decorated and renovated in the typical moroccan style. The rooms were cozy and the beds provided a great night of sleep. The host is a really sweet french men, who for the dutchies, really likes stroopwafels.. You can walk to djemaa el fna (La grand place) but a taxi only costed 20 dirham (2 euro's). We recommend this riad to everybody who wants to have a taste of the culture and enjoy genuine hospitality!! Greetings Tom and Roos!

    10

  • Emma
      United Kingdom
    May 28, 2014

    A magical Riad. Hospitality second to none. Traditionally decorated to the highest standard. Beautiful roof terrace. And possible best ever homemade crumpets for breakfast!! Thank you for a fabulos welcome and making our first trip to Marrakesh so wonderfully memorable. Emma & Marc

    10

  • Earle
      United Kingdom
    May 23, 2014

    Lovely friendly hospitality

    9.6

  • Rob
      United Kingdom
    May 18, 2014

    A fantastic 16th century Riad with two court yards; one complete with pool in the shade of a banana tree! There is also a rooftop terrace that is a perfect place to chill out. The host Julien and his staff could not have been more helpful and we can thoroughly recommend the food. If you want somewhere authentic, with great facilities and lovely food this is the place. Highly recommended.

    10

  • Leonardo
      Norway
    May 14, 2014

    We loved our stay. This Riad in the northern part of the medina is slightly removed from the chaos and hustle of Marrakech's popular attractions , a pleasant and adventurous 15 min walk from the main square. Julien put a lot of effort of restoring the Riad to it's former beauty, the same effort he and Abdou put into making sure your stay is an exceptional one. Julien even took the trouble of walking us around our last morning, a great opportunity to see the city's hidden gems.

    10

  • Clement
      United Kingdom
    May 4, 2014

    We really had an amazing experience in Marrakesh and staying at this riad was the perfect start. Julien and Abdou and the rest of the personnel were really on point with hosting us and made us felt welcome. The riad is ideally situated if you want to really experience the Medina, you will get to the touristic place anyway, so you might as well be a bit away (15min walk) from the hectic places, and experience another side of Marrakesh. The riad itself is really nice and authentic, and the decoration as well as the rooftop are just beautiful. tip : there is a really nice pastry shop right next to the riad. We hope to come back one day inshaAllah. Zahra & Clément

    When we had to go :(

    10

  • Anonymous
      United States of America
    May 1, 2014

    Truly a beautiful riad. Everything about the decor and layout is stunning. The hammam was wonderful and serene. Julien, the owner, is a fantastic host. He really takes time to interact with the guests. Staying here was such a superior experience to staying in a hotel. He was a pleasure to chat with. I highly recommend this place for anyone who wants a riad experience in Marrakech. I would also definitely stay here if I return to the city.

    It is not an easy place to find the first time.

    9.6

  • Chris
      Morocco
    April 25, 2014

    We've stayed in many different riads in Marrakech and this is, by far, the best place EVER. Beautiful, authentic, artistic but very homely feeling. The perfect sanctuary from the chaos of the medina. Julien and Abdul were amazing hosts. Friendly, knowledgable and very welcoming. The food was also fabulous – better than some of the best restaurants and exactly what we were looking for –Moroccan with a twist. Our room was a pure delight to stay in, and the rooftop terrace is HUGE. It must be the biggest and best in all of the medina. Stunning views, endless seating areas and sunspots – could have stayed there for weeks. Will definitely be back VERY soon!

    10

  • Olga
      Lithuania
    April 22, 2014

    Feels like at home, where the doors are always opened..Amazing place to chill out and get relax from outside noise. Authentic riad, perfectly equiped with everything you can need for your vacation stay. Julien the owner (and all staff) is incredibly helpfull and friendly. View from the roof terrace is priceless (so is the sound). Enjoyed it very much, thank you Julien

    10

  • Chris
      United Kingdom
    April 9, 2014

    Beautiful traditional courtyard house, lovingly restored and with lovely owner and staff

    8.3

  • Clare
      United Kingdom
    March 31, 2014

    Julien & Abdul were great & the Riad is just beautiful. It is cool & peaceful; just what we needed as a break from the amazing & busy streets & souks. Julien arranged a taxi from the airport for us, which we'd recommend, for convenience & because finding the Riad without being shown would be a near impossibility as it's so discreet. Abdul gave us a tour of the Riad and explained the history & how it has been lovingly restored using traditional methods. On the first night, all guests were eating in the Riad & Julien had arranged entertainment in the form of traditional musicians & a belly dancer! He also created a menu & after we had all tried to guess what was in the delicious food he spent time at each table explaining the ingredients (a dietician in a former life, he is well placed to come up with new recipes!). The Riad is as beautiful as the photos show. It is in a perfect place to explore the medina from, & a 20min wander through the souks brings you to the main square, Jemaa el Fna, which is a great place to get dinner, or just soak up the atmosphere. Julien also arranged a trip for us, which involved travelling over the Atlas mountains, a camel trek & a night in the desert. A lovely place to stay - definitely recommended!

    10

  • Anonymous
      Belgium
    March 1, 2014

    We enjoyed our stay at the Riad very much!! The riad is really a piece of art with its traditional and cosy design! We loved it all: the breakfast, the nice diner, the comfortable room, the beautiful sun terrace (what a nice way to start your day, relaxing in the sun!) and the cosy&relaxing atmosphere you immediatly experience when you enter the Riad! The perfect getaway from a day in the hectic medina! Greetings, Natalie & Steven (Antwerp, Belgium)

    Returning to Belgium...

    10

  • Arno
      Netherlands
    February 6, 2014

    Beautiful restorated 16th century Riad with authentic details. Julien, the owner, is a great host who helps you around. Superb roof terrace. Good beds. Heated pool.

    10

  • Susan
      Ireland
    February 1, 2014

    This is a lovely place to stay in Marrakech and it would have been a very easy place to stay much longer. I felt very at home here and as a solo female traveller in Marrakech, this felt a safe space. I only met Julien at the end of the week I was there, as he was away, but Abdul was great, really welcoming and also accompanies people out into the city sometimes which can make the experience of Marrakech a lot easier! The Riad itself is a traditional Riad, dating from the 16th century and is tranquil and lovely, wish I'd spent more time on the roof terrasse! I ate at the Riad most evenings and the quality of the cooking is high too. Highly recommend this Riad.

    As other reviews suggest it's a good idea to email Booking.com or Julien before arrival to arrange a shuttle from the airport as the streets of Marrakech are hard to navigate. Also good to make sure you get your bearings as I got lost the first day. But it is in fact just beside one of the gates of the city so it's easy to get taxis to and from the Riad, which is probably advisable for female/ solo travellers in the evening.

    10

  • Robert
      United Kingdom
    January 4, 2014

    Beautiful, authentic environment; helpful, friendly staff; excellent food. The location in the old town is interesting and away from the main tourist areas. Roof garden is pretty. Julien is a very knowledgable host and very helpful with transfers, tours and local information.

    Maybe a curtain between the bedroom and bathroom, to provide a little privacy? Booking.com's location for the Riad is wrong - you would never find it on your own!

    8.8

  • Anonymous
      Germany
    December 25, 2013

    Breakfast and diner Guests Management Service Very familiar atmosphere Very clean

    Small, cold room Sometimes no Internet Connection Sometimes no electric lights

    7.5

  • Georgina
      United Kingdom
    December 22, 2013

    Julien and everyone else in the Riad made us feel so welcome that we changed our plans to stay here for longer! They are very kind and care about you feeling safe and happy. I can not recommend this Riad enough!! We will definitely return here!!

    Nothing, only leaving.

    10

  • Richard
      Belgium
    December 6, 2013

    As underlined by many of the previous reviewers, the main distinguishing feature of Riad Les Inséparables is its architectural authenticity. This sets it apart from the plethora of other “riad-like” offerings available in Marrakech. The building itself dates back to the 16th century and it has been lovingly restored by the proprietor with great attention to detail using traditional materials and preserving many of the building’s original features, including a traditional hamam. The riad offers plenty of different interior spaces to relax after a hard day haggling at the souk and has a large rooftop terrace with views across the city. The interior is a haven of peace from the street noise outside and our room was completely quiet, ensuring a good night’s sleep. The proprietor, Julien, and his assistant Abdou, were both very attentive to our needs and really went out of their way to make us feel at home. Julien kindly took us on a tour of the immediate neighbourhood and shared his passion for the local culture (he has lived in Morocco for the last twenty years so he knows what he’s talking about and, furthermore, is fluent in Arabic), taking us off the beaten tourist track and allowing us to see things we would not otherwise have found by ourselves. We enjoyed several dinners at the riad, based on variations of traditional Moroccan dishes, which were always carefully prepared with fresh ingredients by the resident Moroccan cook, impeccably presented and offered at a reasonable price. We also very much appreciated the attentiveness to some specific dietary needs. The riad is located in the northern quarter of the medina between the Sidi Bel Abbes mosque (well worth a visit) and the Bab El Khemis gate.

    10

  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    December 3, 2013

    Beautiful, traditional riad. You can really feel the spirit of Medina and Marrakesh. In the beginning it was hard to find your routs around Jema el Fna, souks and riad, but then it was just great opportunity to get know the old city and its inhabitants. Very good continental breakfest included.

    Our bedroom was freezing! Even heating could not help it. They should also invest in better map of area - one we got looked like printed off from the website. Also WiFi was not working and that was not fixed for 2 days! I think this riad needs to be just a little bit more helpful for tourists - for instance, when we asked about trip to Berber village outside Marrakesh we were told just to ask at Jema el Fna - that was not helpful at all. Also several times when we came back latar at night (giving a notice that we might do so) we waited long time (20-30min) for someone to open the door. If they will change all the above it will be perfect place to stay in.

    7.5

  • Kenneth
      United Kingdom
    November 25, 2013

    Julien and Abdou - great hosts. Location away from tourist hassle. Beautiful restored Riad.

    9.2

  • Michelle
      United Kingdom
    November 24, 2013

    I went to Marrakech for a milestone birthday with my mother and chose Julien's riad based on the excellent reviews on booking.com. I was not disappointed in the least as he lived up to the online accolades. We were there for four days and ate at the riad on three occasions, each time beating the next for innovation and taste. It was sad to leave as we met some amazing and open people and together there was laughter and learning about each other without feeling as if people were intruding on your holiday. I cannot Julien's riad highly enough and look forward to spending more time there on the next visit.

    Nothing, but a heads up to those booking transfers to Julien's riad, please take his kind offer of arranging this as we didn't and were literally walking the narrow streets late at night with an unsavoury character from a firm chosen at random online, who didn't know where they were going and wanted to abandon us with two equally unsavoury and also drunk characters which for first timers in a country and females was not appreciated and was scary.

    10

  • Fernanda
      Spain
    November 1, 2013

    The owner gives a small tour through the Medina's streets, thats good cause its really difficult to adapt to the streets and find the way back to the Riad. But thats part of travelling and discovering the Medina. The staff its good and friendly, if you ask they can help you to choose what to do, and how to do the things you want in Marrakech. An extra point is: the Riad its a real one, Julien(the owner) keeps the Riad as a tradicional and original one, and he can tells you the history about the place. Really cool! Good to go in a couple, or with some friends, and even with your family, really liked it.

    The way back home. If you like to stay til 23h or more on Marrakech streets, its really though to find the way back (if you dont have a Smartphone, Gps or something). The best way its to take a taxi back, its about 2 euros to go back, or less from the Jemaa al Fnaa square. Other thing is that the light dinner offered its expensive, for to small plates and a dessert (15€). But nothing that will do you prefer another place to stay.

    9.2

  • Geir
      Norway
    October 24, 2013

    Very helpful and hospitable owner, really excellent rooftop, great food, nice private hammam+pool. The place was a calm oasis in crazy marrakech. A quiet, beautiful and peaceful place to relax after haggeling and sweating!

    Our room had some ac issues. No biggie as temperatures were ok.

    9.6

  • Sean
      Australia
    October 9, 2013

    - Riad was beautiful - Staff were excellent - Food was clean and delicious - Air conditioning was good - Plunge pool was refreshing

    - Wifi was weak and only available in the common areas

    9.6

  • Lucy
      United Kingdom
    October 7, 2013

    Very much enjoyed our stay in this beautiful, authentic riad which has been restored with attention to detail by the owner, Julien. Inside the riad it's very quiet and tranquil, so it's a great place to chill out from the hustle and bustle going on outside its walls. The roof terrace is amazing!! You have to see it. Julien is very informative and helpful and even gave us a free tour to show us some of the less touristy, but interesting parts of Marrakech. We opted to eat dinner at the riad a couple of times to relax in the riad's courtyards, and the food was delicious.

    10

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