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149,Derb el Bomba,arset Tihiri, Medina, 40.000 Marrakesh, Morocco – Show map
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Grounds, Terrace, Sun Deck
Sauna, Solarium, Spa, Massage, Turkish/Steam Bath, Bicycle Rental
Food & Drink
Restaurant With Dining Menu, Special Diet Meals (upon request)
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Public 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, Express Check-in/Check-out, Tour Desk, Baggage Storage, Concierge Service, Shared Lounge/TV Area, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Business Center, Fax/Photocopying, VIP Room Facilities
Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Heating, Hypoallergenic room available, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
French, English, Arabic
From 2:00 PM
8:00 AM - 2:30 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 4 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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Score from 31 reviews Wonderful
Once you find it (it was our first time in Marrakesh and the orentation in Medina is nothing like european cities), you appreciate the location. It is walking distance to Jemma-el-Fna and to teh bus statin. The neighorhood is not as touristy and relatively calm. The riad itself is quite clean, offers nice lobby in traditional morrocan style. Great value for money!
Small bathroom, dark room, room window only leading to the hall.
Location was good, wifi.
uncomfortable beds, shower, problems with water, too simple breakfast, very dark... no normal lights in the room
Staff very friendly
Wifi very poor Location too far say from main areas Beds so hard that couldn't get a hood nights sleep Poorly run (had to change rooms 3 times in 7 nights as they had made mistakes with bookings, as a couple we do not expect to stay in a room with 2 single beds or even single bunk beds!)
At times Marrakech can be a bit chaotic and you can feel a little out of you're depth. Thats why having a nice place to stay with friendly honest people is Paramount! We stayed for 7 nights in Riad Mahjouba, Housin the owner is a lovely character and really makes you welcome. When we arrived we were held up at immigration for 2 hours. Housin was organised as our airport transfer, he waited for the 2 hours and never complained!! Where would you get that? The riad is like a palace, its spotless yet homely, and the rooms have aircon and wifi. All the staff are really nice here and they really help to make your time special and stress free, we would have been lost without the comfort and safety of this riad, I highly recommend it!!!!! We travelled from dublin.
A traditional riad with beautiful decoration. The staff was super helpful and friendly. Breakfast was served whenever we woke up and were given a lift to the sights and airport for a very good price.
The location is excellent The staf was helpful. The owner treated us like family. I Recommend. When back to Marrakech I will choose Riad Mahjouba
Kind staff, the man prepared us breakfast at 6 am, because we had to leave earlier! Otherwise safe place.
If you want just to overnight (in little less luxury place), you can find a room just beside the market for even half a price of this.. The taxi ordered from riad is much more expensive..
Great location. Friendly staff. Wonderful comfortable communal spaces with traditional moroccan sofas.
Beds were a bit wobbly. Choose a room with a window opening to the outside. Those facing into the courtyard are hot.
This small hotel is a real oasis of tranquility inside the medina.. However, it is only possible to get there on foot. A nice terrace is available on the roof. The staff is friendly and helpful.
- very small rooms; - WiFi works ephemerally; - credit cards not accepted (wrong informations while booking); - poor breakfasts; - noisy patio by night or early morning.
Very friendly and helpful staff.
Staff: Available, flexible (we got there at 9 am and they were more than happy to prepare the rooms for us, without early check-in charges). Facilities: As soon as you come in, you feel submerged in the Moroccan culture. Cleanliness: No complaints. Value for money: overall we were satisfied with what we paid for. WiFi: worked well in our room.
Comfort: The bed wasn't awesome, we would wake up very often at night just because of the noise it made. Location: Too far from the main places you would want to visit, going to the Riad for half an hour in the middle of the day to use the bathroom (or whatever) was not an option. Breakfast: Bellow average.
Clean and good situated riad.
Terrible stuff, breakfast is terrible too. very small rooms, some without windows. I'm Do not promote for nothing to stay in this riad. Jeigu galite nuomokites kur nors kitur nes cia sukciai ir apgavikai.
The Riad was very comfortable and the staff very helpful. We had the privilege to experience moroccan life and its people.
The location is not safe if you need to walk back to the riad at night, specially if you are a woman.
glad we arranged pick up with riad, otherwise we would have been lost in the dark. dinner was ok, breakfast was very good with slightly different things each morning. there is no fixed time for breakfast which was a plus. staff are very helpful and kind. rooms are clean every day, even folded up all our clothes laying around :) . very good value.
the place is a bit dark. but you can request meals in the terrace in the sun.
- promised breakfast as we left early, not prepared. - didn't get the booked room, instead another other one not so good due to 'overbooking',
Friendly staff- they would love to make each guest happy but almost impossible if there are no facilities to do so. They had the greatest intentions. Great location. Decor would be great if it were kept well with a clean and tidy and dust and just general upkeep.
No hot water in the mornings. Terrace needs a tidy and clean especially if you're having breakfast there in the mornings. Poor lighting in rooms unless you like being in soft focus all the time. We had to request an extra lamp in our rooms just so we can get ready for evenings out. Roof was not open which made the riad very cold day and night, when not was very warm outside.
Calm and quiet friendly
No TV in rooms wifi connections not very strong no entertainment
Had a fantastic time at this Riad. The staff were lovely, and funny characters. Extremely helpful with whatever we needed, and the breakfast was served whatever time, wherever we wanted it! Rooms were clean, shower was hot. Little bit of a walk to the centre, which we actually enjoyed instead of being in the middle of the hustle and bustle. Would absolutely recommend.
My girlfriend and I were staying at Riad Mahjouba and we were truly touched by the hospitality of the staff. After touring Morocco for the better part of the week, we concluded that we ate the best and tastiest food in Morocco at Riad Mahjouba. I have no complaints about this place, our stay was simply amazing and I can heartily recommend this to anyone looking for accommodation, good care and great food in Marrakech!
The riad is good decorated and clean. Very friendly and helpful staff.
Nice riad, friendly staff, good location (just inside Medina), delicious breakfast.
There could be any directions to riad near the gate of Medina, because are many "guides" in this area. Not enough hot water, they turn off even cold water at night.
We did enjoy the stay very much in every single way, beautiful house,lovely place, friendly personal
Everything.. the place was well decorated and maintained. When any issues came up, they fixed it right away. The fresh and warm breakfast was served every morning... The staffs were very nice, especially, the manager Saad was wonderful. Because of our visit was during holiday season, we had a hard time to rent a car. Saad called all his contacts and found one for us. How nice,, Thank you so much for your help, Saad.
The location, inside the Medina, even though it's quite far away from the main square (count 15 minutes on foot if you know your way inside the streets of the market). The price, which is okay for what you get and for the pleasure of enjoying the nice building, even though I had the constant feeling they were trying to get more money out of me (e.g. by making mistakes in calculating the prices). If they want more money, they could simply ask a little bit more, which would be still fair, and avoid that attitude, which I find offending and not representative of the good manners in Marrakech. Be advised that you might end up giving them a little bit more out of pity, while letting them believe that they were much smarter than you.
Beware: if you receive a mail from the hotel offering the possibility to get transportation from the airport DO NOT take it. The driver will be late and it will cost you more than any taxi. If you are afraid to not find the hotel, just buy a SIM card at the airport to get Internet connection (10 euro for 10 days) and use Google maps. If you rent a room in winter, make sure they do not give you the room number 5. It's the one facing the street, and -beside hearing all noises in the night-it will be VERY cold. You will be told that you have heating system in the room, but that's not true: it's a cooling system for summer time and they know it (that's why that room is the only one that gets additional blankets). Wifi is not working in every room, but if you got a SIM card at the airport, that should not be an issue.
The team, the location, the typical moroccan atmosphere.
And this is just for winter time, but it was very cold and it was not really possible to enjoy the space without a warm winter jacket. Also for breakfast. The roof terrace was full with laundry (spead all over the place) and the chairs were broken. Again that might only be the case during the winter season.
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