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24 Derb Hadada, Quartier Ben Saleh, Medina, 40000 Marrakesh, Morocco – Show map
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BBQ Facilities, Grounds, Terrace, Sun Deck
Solarium, Indoor Pool (seasonal)
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the Room
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
No parking available.
Room Service, Shuttle Service (surcharge), Airport Shuttle (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Currency Exchange, Baggage Storage, Concierge Service, Shared Lounge/TV Area, Babysitting/Child Services, Laundry, Ironing Service, Daily Housekeeping
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French, English, Arabic
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 12 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are allowed. No extra charges.
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Riad Zanzibar is located in the heart of Marrakesh, next to the Dar Si Said Museum and 5 minutes from the Bahia Palace. It offers an interior patio with a pool and a large terrace.
Score from 167 reviews Very good
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Score from 150 reviews Very good
Located in Marrakech,15 minutes’ walk to Bahia Palace, Riad Dar Aby features an open terrace with seating area and sunbeds, a patio and a Moroccan traditional lounge.
Score from 249 reviews Wonderful
Located in Marrakech, Riad Samarine is in the centre of the old Medina and a 6-minute walk from the Ben Youssef Madrasa. The property offers free Wi-Fi, a rooftop terrace and a lounge with a...
Score from 152 reviews Wonderful
We stayed at Riad Puchka only one night but it was a clean hotel with a lovely interior design. Located in the medina but relatively easy to find in the maze of little streets. The breakfast was tasty, offering all the moroccan goodies.
Nice service and place, ready to help personnel, quiet place, big and clean room.
We arrived by plane in Marrakech and booked a pick up at the airport at the Riad Puchka which worked fine (EUR 10,--). The Riad is directly in the Medina in very quiet position. It is very beautiful - we had the big appartment which was amazing and so is the terrasse.
From the moment we were picked up from the airport we were looked after, made to feel safe and welcomed. Riad Puchka is a pearl located close to the heart of the busy husstle and bussle of the Marrakesh Medina. The staff was fantastic. They went out of their way to help and make our stay as enjoyable as possible. We absolutely loved our room/flat on the roof terrasse, and as a family this was ideal both in and outside. All in all we are looking forward to returning to Riad Puckha.
Having to go home, after a lovely holiday.
I loved the beauty and peacefulness of the riad. The hospitality of the staff was excellent. Breakfast was good too.
The bed could have been softer for my tastes otherwise it was perfect.
Manager was so helpful - fantastic service beautiful decor peaceful and serene great breakfast roof terrace outside our room so near to Big Square, souks etc
location is great for Medina but at night it didn't always feel so safe for 2 lone women to negotiate the little alleys and remember the way back to Riad
Great little riad with fantastic staff, particularly Zacharia who helped with any question or request we had. It provided a little haven from the chaos of the Matrakech medina.
Nice ambiente, somewhat aged but ok.
Address / riad hard to find. Breakfast limited in choice and amount.
We found the place great along with an excellent staff. When u enter the place from the outside it might seem shady but once Ur in, it's great. We Google maps to locate and navigate there. You can only get so close because the street is too small for cars. We called Zachariah and he came right away to get us.
The air conditioning needed a tune up. Worked but not good.
The atmosphere, the care and attention given by the staff-very nice and helpful people. The pool, the size of the room (huge!!) , lovely lounge areas
Air conditioner didn't work very well
The suite was amazing: very spacious: a salon leading to a room with three single beds, followed by a huge double and then a spectacular bathroom. The public space was also great, with a decent-sized and very refreshing pool.
staff were fantastically helpful and kind. The building was beautiful and the little pool was perfect for cooling down. some of the rooms are wonderful and exotic feeling with gorgeous tiling and archways. very quiet location - a brilliant relief from the madness of the main medina. hotel arranged transfers to/from bus station and airport for 100 dirham in a large air conditioned people carrier -a fraction more expensive than local taxis but worth the extra few euros especially as the car knows exactly where to go and the hotel staff will meets you and help with bags back to the hotel (the care cannot park directly outside so there is a short walk through alleys to get there from where the car drops you off). great value for money. Staff were friendly but some of the other guests were a bit aloof - travellers - try to be as friendly as the staff - this would improve the already lovely atmosphere in the hotel :) Thank you Puchka!
possibly just a little bit cleaner and crisper sheets. Nothing to do with the hotel but getting back in the evening when we had gone "off-piste" with the map was difficult - a "helpful" boy on a bike who had told us which way to go asked for 100 Dirhams - i hate the way that if you ask for directions and someone is going the same direction as they have indicated, they think a transaction is agreed. Annoying but common. just make sure you either know your way back or make it clear that you have not requested a guide to get you back.
Very good included breakfast, and for true you can have it anytime you wake up.
Lovely morrocan decoration, nice pool, relaxing place to stay. Very helpfull and friendly staff.
Difficult to find on arrival. The taxi driver left us few mins walk from the riad, as it's not possible to access it by car, due to narrow streets. We had to ask locals, which after leading us to the riad asked us for money. As we only had about £1 in morrocan dirham and gave them, but they said they want more and turned rude. After few mins they left swearing at us.
The management was welcoming and extremely helpful. They took me to arrange for outings outside Mkech. Breakfast was delicious.
It was difficult to find
I really liked this place. Everything was perfect in the riad. The manager was also very helpful in giving advices on stuff to do in Marrakech. I can sincerely recommend this place.
Everything was great. A bit harder to find, but not such a huge problem.
Lovely staff really helpful polite and good advice went out of their way to make our stay as comfortable as possible, arranged day excursions and airport trips at good costs and cooked for us a lovely meal, very friendly people especially Youseff and Zachariah. Beautifully decorated through out, like a haven in the chaos!
The only downside to this property is the location which is a 10-15 minute walk from the square, at first it can be intimidating to walk the alleys as a tourist especially at night as there are a lot of dark alleys and locals who follow you for a couple of dirham. It is not really possible to get a taxi directly outside the riad. If the riad was placed somewhere else in a different part of town i imagine the price would be ten times higher. Once you have got used to the outside of the riad, which is really just like the outskirts of any town then there is no problem at all, although it can seem daunting at first it is not dangerous at all.
Amazing host! Extremely friendly! On top of the riad being value for money, having excellent location, and are pretty and comfy, the host provided AMAZING hospitality to us. He welcomed us with tasty mint tea when we arrived. He used his motorcycle to go to the train station to buy train tickets for us (free of charge!!). He also allowed us to use his printer even after we have checked out! Amazing host! 10/10
Nothing to be honest. It would have been much much better if host speaks good English. But not a big problem after all. I managed to find out that he is an Arsenal fan for example :D Gooners for life!
Staff were extremely kind. They made an extra effort to make things work out. Beautiful traditional decoration. Hearty breakfast.
Spacious room, breakfast was ok, staff is friendly and helpful.
Stairs and Wifi was not working for the 2 days out of the four days.
The staff were very helpful and welcoming. We had a delicious meal when we arrived, really nice food. Breakfast was always ready for us when we woke up and was served in the very peaceful dining area. We were very happy staying in this riad. We recommend requesting a meal in the riad.
It is a bit noisy when people are out on the street in front of the riad.
The decor, the cool pool
Very hard to find. Air conditioning not working. Much noise form dope dealers outside our window,all night!
We liked the riad very much. The best one that we used when we were in Morocco, visiting a couple of cities during our journey A cosy atmosphere inside, beautiful and spacious interiors. We also liked the attitude towards us, people from the hotel were very nice and helpful. Unfortunately nobody offered us free transportation to the airport (according to what somebody had said, if you stay there for a minimum of 3 nights you should get this service); although we spent all in all 4 nights there, we were not offered the service and it would have been nice to take advantage from that. But we don't perceive it as a disadvantage. Anyway, I strongly recommend this beautiful, enchanted place.
The two things that we disliked were: finding the riad - without a self-styled guide from the medina (obviously he was to be rewarded) it would have been impossible to find the place. As many people have written here - the owners should mark somehow the way to Riad Pushka e.g from Jamma el-Fna, otherwise everybody who wants to stay there would be lost (even if it is not his first time - this is just not a simple route). But the thing that was really upsetting was the chat under the riad's window, after midnight. Several teenagers gathered on the threshold of the house every night: shouting, laughing out loud. Without ear plugs it would have been impossible to fall asleep. Maybe somebody from Pushka should try to convince them to change their location...
We liked the riad very much. The best one that we used when we were in Morocco, visiting a couple of cities during our journey. A cosy atmosphere inside, beautiful and spacious interiors. We also liked the attitude towards us, people from the hotel were very nice and helpful. Unfortunately nobody offered us free transportation to the airport (according to what somebody had said, if you stay there for a minimum of 3 nights you should get this service); although we spent all in all 4 nights there, we were not offered the service and it would have been nice to take advantage from that. But we don't perceive it as a disadvantage.
The two things that we disliked were: finding the riad - without a self-styled guide from the medina (obviously he was to be rewarded) it would have been impossible to find the place. As many people have written here - the owners should mark somehow the way to Riad Pushka e.g from Jamma el-Fna, otherwise everybody who wants to stay there would be lost (even if it is not his first time - this is just not a simple route). But the thing that was really upsetting was the chat under the riad's window after midnight. Several teenagers gathered on the threshold of the house every night: shouting, laughing out loud. Without ear plugs it would have been impossible to fall asleep. Maybe somebody from Pushka should try to convince them to change their location... Anyway, I strongly recommend this beautiful, enchanted place.
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