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61, Derb El Hammam, Mouassine Marrakech Medina, Medina, 40000 Marrakesh, Morocco – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.2/10! (score from 113 reviews)
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Grounds, Sun Deck
Spa, Massage, Indoor Pool, Bicycle Rental, Bikes Available (free), Library
Food & Drink
Breakfast in the Room, Restaurant with Dining Menu
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is needed) and costs EUR 1 per day.
Room Service, Car Rental, Shuttle Service (surcharge), Airport Shuttle (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Currency Exchange, Tour Desk, Ticket Service, Baggage Storage, Concierge Service, Private Check-in/Check-out, Babysitting/Child Services, Laundry, Ironing Service, Suit Press, Business Center, Fax/Photocopying, Hair/Beauty Salon
Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
French, Spanish, English, German, Arabic
From 12:00 PM
7:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 6 years stay 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 30 per person per night in an extra bed.
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 not allowed.
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Score from 164 reviews Wonderful
Located a 5 minute walk from Jamaâ El Fna square, this riad features a swimming pool, a terrace and rooms with views of the Atlas Mountains and the Medina.
Score from 360 reviews Exceptional
Can be a bit confusing to find but that is true for all riads in this location of narrow streets
Quirky classical rooms surrounded with stunning rooftop views of the mountings. .Beautiful quiet retreat in the central maze of Marrakech souks. 5 mins from main square. Abdul was extremely helpful but never intrusive . Breakfast was fit for a king. Highly recommended would definitely stay here if we return.
I travelled with a friend & we had a room each which made it very expensive as it was €100 for a double room per nite & more for the Mamounia Suite per nite. The suite door opened into the dinning area which wasn't great & it ended up being noisy in the suit as a result. Wifi is intermittent in the rooms, best in the dinning room. Great location but tricky to get too as it's at the end of a twisty alleyway like street. Defo easy to get a bit lost but once figured out you appreciate the great location. I wouldn't recommend the option of the evening meal. At approx €18, there's better value to be gotten in the many lovely restaurants around Marrakech. Great food & view in upstairs cafe of the photography museum by the way!
The breakfast was lovely & the rooms & overall building were great. It's a great location too although it takes a while to remember as it's such a twisty route to get into it.
Only downside was they promised us an early breakfast as we had an early departure! They didn't show up!!!
Beautiful room, staff friendly! Great breakfast!
The wifi in the room is not that good, other than this everthing's perfect.
The staffs here are really nice and helpful. And the room's clean and comfy, we really enjoyed our stay. Plus the breakfast is a feast, we certainly will miss it! By the way, we would recommend anyone who stay here to book the airport pickup as well. To be frank it's not very easy to find the riad for the first time without any help...
The room needed to be a little brighter. Was hard for my partner to do make up in. Contact the hotel before you arrive as they will arrange a taxi and porter to take you to the house. We did not and if it was not for a young kid, we would still be trying to find the house in the maze of the market. The wifi did not work for us. But we did not need the internet
The riad (or guest house) was lovely. Great bathroom and lovely terraced roof top. The free meal they give is traditionally cooked by what you would think is a "Granny" recipe. The staff are extremely helpful. The morning breakfast was fantastic.
Nothing bad to say.
The Room was beautiful, very comfortable and spacious. The owner and the staff of the Riad were so helpful, gave us a map on the first day and showed us everywhere to go, booked restaurants for us as well. All really nice people and breakfast each morning was very good.
the bathroom has not doors and this is really not the best. maybe at least a curtain could be nice to have. the terrasse could be better (compared to other riads) even if the riad and the staff are great, the price is not justified.
the furniture in the room is above the average, much more elegant and precious than other accomodations. the location is not easy-to-find (ask for a pick-up) but, as you learn it, you appreciate the Big Square at 3 mins walking. Great staff, they helped us for dining out, massage and desert tour even if we had to change riad. breakfast aligned with moroccan style.
Toilets, no doors! Thin walls, 5 nights of peace and quiet, 2 nights of noisy neighbours.
Contrast of temperature and quiet to madness below! Communual breakfast to speak to other guests. Staff. No television. Roof terrace.
Way too expensive you will find a lot of better riads in this area that have bigger rooms and a much nicer!! No door between bathroom and bedroom and room perle d'orient is very dark
Breakfast and near to central plaza
Rooms a little chilly for a winter stay. Better to visit spring or autumn.
Great hospitality and amazing breakfasts every day. Location very central and transfer very easy to arrange with the owner.
Without an escort the first few times from the staff the location would have been possible to find.
This little gem was hidden far in the alley ways. Just when you are unsure if the location really exists you ce upon it.
Wifi reception in the room was a bit on and off, good value for money but price not cheap considering local prices
Read Lorsya will delight you with its welcoming staff, especially Mustafa and Ilyas as well as their driver Aziz. The Riad is located about 5 min walk to the main square and consists of a subtle, beautiful decor and comfortable bedrooms. Nothing was too much trouble for the staff and listening to the call to prayer on the terrace was priceless. We had dinner at the Riad one night and food was delicious. Highly recommended
Wifi isn't good. The room we stayed in (the Mamounia suite) is completely one room. Meaning the bbathroom and toilet is not separate thr toilet is situated behind the wall of the shower).
The staff are very friendly and the place itself is a decent little 7 bedroom riad. The staff are keen to help you with any questions or bookings (even for things that dont actually concern them). The place is authentic, nothing fake and gives you a good taste of Morocco. For a 5 day stay in the heart of the souks for a decent price, really can't complain.
Very friendly helpful staff. Nothing was too much trouble. Clean and very unusual accomodation. A great experience. If you want a guide ask for AZIZ.
Rooms are very dark, as per most riads, but felt very dark all the time
Very helpful attentive staff.
Very hard to get a Taxi for a family - perhaps having a number / system to call to arrange these for guests would be useful.
Great service, helpful and good location. Superb food too!
Abdul the manager and his staff were extremely helpful and wnt the extra mile to ensure guests enjoy their stay and was very helpful in my recovery from a minor gastric problem I picked up in the Medina
It is the very centre of old Marrakesh. Very good breakfast. Riad is morrocan style. Nice location. Close to Medina.
Everything was perfect, place is extremely safe, take a taxi, you will never find it by yourself :) Stuff amazing, excelent location, beautiful riad and great time in Marrakesh
I would highly recommend Riad Lorysa to everyone. The staff were fabulous from start to finish; helping with the taxi transfer, day trips and all their advice, nothing was too much trouble. The Riad is in a great location, only a few minutes from the main square and souks.
- staff - food - room decoration- - place decoration and design - neighborhood
The location was perfect (once you learnt the route!) a 3 minute walk from the main square, and 5-10 minutes from some really lovely restaurants. The design was beautiful, we stayed in the eau de rose room which was beautifully finished. Staff were also lovely, and happy to ofer advice/ directions and help if you were lost.
Hard to find fault here, but if I had to come up with something, I'd say the showerhead should be adjusted or replaced to stop the was from shooting out the side . . . but this was so minor. Oh, and the WiFi doesn't reach the rooftop terrace.
We stayed at the Riad Lorsya for three nights recently when we travelled to Marrakech to meet up with some good friends. Not only was it great to see our friends, but staying at the Lorsya made for an all around excellent adventure and perfect first visit to Morocco. First and foremost the staff is amazing! Abdul, as mentioned in another review, was fantastic. He gave us such good advice on restaurants and sites in the city, as well as a day trip we took to the Berber village and the waterfalls (ask about it!). He even went with us to a fantastic local rug shop, stayed while we were introduced, then returned later to check on us (we bought two rugs, both at very good prices). Also, very present and quite helpful in the evening time, was Mustafa. Anything we requested was provided, very simply, quickly, and without fanfare--it was very refreshing. Imad, the driver we had for airport transfers and our day trip to the Berber villages was excellent--kind, funny, and knew all the right people! Speaking of the day trip . . . Jamal, our leader for the waterfall hike (though not staff of the hotel) was the perfect guide. Because it had just rained, the rocks were slippery and the terrain sometimes tough to navigate, but never once did I feel Jamal had anything but our best interests in mind. Last, but certainly not least, were the two women who cooked/served the breakfast, which was abundant, delicious, and varied each day, and the porter who brought our bags to and from the car when we got to the city center (you can't drive to most of these Riads) and was very kind and unassuming. The Riad itself is beautiful. Eighteenth century, I believe, and meticulously restored by the owners. The dining table for breakfasts and dinners is in a center courtyard next to a small pool and sitting area. There is also a rooftop deck with fantastic views and comfy furniture for sipping wine while sharing stories of adventures (or purchases!) from the day.
It's hard to find fault here because nothing stuck out as a negative. If I had to give some constructive criticism, it would be that the shower head and hand sprayer could be adjusted/tightened/replaced(?) to prevent water from coming out the sides. But sadly, this is pet peeve of mine tends to be the rule in many European hotels. Oh, and no WiFi signal on the roof.
We stayed at the Riad Lorsya for there nights recently when we travelled to Marrakech to meet up with some good friends. Not only was it great to see them, but staying at the Lorsya made for an all-around excellent adventure and perfect first visit to Morocco. First and foremost the staff is amazing! Abdul, as mentioned in another review, was fantastic. He gave us such good advice on restaurants and sites in the city, as well as a day trip we took to the the Berber village and the waterfalls (ask about it!). He even went with us to a fantastic local rug shop, stayed while we were introduced, and then returned later to check on us (we ended up buying to beautiful rugs, both negotiated to very good prices). Also, very present and quite helpful in the evening time, was Mustafa. Anything we requested was provided, very simply, quickly, and without fanfare--it was very refreshing. Imad, the driver we had for airport transfers and our day trip to the Berber villages was excellent--kind, funny, and knew all the right people! Speaking of the day trip . . . Jamal, our leader for the waterfall hike and not staff of the hotel, was the perfect guide. Because it had just rained, the rocks were slippery and the terrain sometimes tough to navigate, but never once did I feel Jamal had anything but our best interests in mind. Last, but certainly not least, were the two women who cooked/served the breakfast, which was abundant, delicious, and varied each day, and the porter who brought our bags to and from the car when we got to the city center (you can't drive to most of these Riads) and was very kind and unassuming. The Riad itself is beautiful. Eighteenth century, I believe, and meticulously restored by the owners. The dining table for breakfasts and dinners is in a center courtyard next to a small pool and sitting area. There is also a rooftop deck with fantastic views and comfy furniture for sipping wine while sharing stories of adventures (or purchases!
Everything, Mustafa and Abdul and the ladies could not have done anything more for us while we were there, not to mention the porter, who was a lovely guy. Trips that were arranged for us were good value and were amongst the best we have ever been on, all in all an amazing holiday and stay at the Lorysa. This place is highly recommended, 10/10
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