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After spending a few nights in my son's apartment in the mountainous city of Ourzazate, we made our way to Marrakech for a more cosmopolitan experience and chose a riad purposefully away from the hustle and bustle of the center of the city. What we...More
My wife and I recently stayed here while on holiday in Morocco. The staff was very friendly and helpful, and spoke multiple languages. The rooms were simply beautiful, making it a lovely oasis for us. The little pool on the main floor was perfect for...More
This riad is far from the medina and is located in an area with no restaurants or places to eat. Getting around would require taxi service each and every time. Upon arrival at the riad the manager, Mustafa was kind enough to come to the...More
We stayed here for four nights. The raid is a bit out of the main area so had a panic when we first arrived. We booked there transfer from the airport and were met as expected. The riad is quite new but decorated in the...More
I have travelled to Marrakech and stayed at Riad La Porte Rouge with my partner last May. The riad is tucked away from the busy road of the city centre and it is 15 mins walk to Badia Palace and 30 mins by walk from...More
Check in is 3pm but you can leave your bags at the hotel earlier. Check out is 12 but we kept our room till after 1 which no problem at all. Email Ahmed or Mustafah & they will sort everything out.
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