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This Riad was located in central location. We booked for 5 nights at this Riad. We wanted to stay in Riad but not have to pay crazy price for it esp when we would be out most of the time. Due to plane delays and...More
My partner, 12 year old son and I have just stayed here for two nights. This was not our first trip to Marrakech, having been before on a much higher budget a number of years ago. This riad was very clean and in a good...More
My wife and I stayed in this Riad for a total of 9 days and 8 nights. We have never stayed in a Riad. Here is a comprehensive review on all the details:
Location: Riad Jardin Des Reves is located in the Doukkala region of...More
At first, getting to this Riad was a bit scary...that is till you realize the Moroccan people are some of the kindest and happiest on earth. Staff was amazing, rooms were cozy, and the outside was gorgeous. Great food and lovely service 100% would recommend...More
Well, I hope this isn't as confusing as my stay. I booked my first trip to Marrakech and used Expedia to book a hotel called Raid La Porte Rouge. That's what my booking shows, that is what my confirmation email states. That is who I...More
Hello, the hostel does offer an airport pickup. However it is 160dh a person. We chose to take a taxi from the airport, and although it was not a far drive it cost us 200dh in total (100 each). With the riads I'm sure they... More
Hello, the hostel does offer an airport pickup. However it is 160dh a person. We chose to take a taxi from the airport, and although it was not a far drive it cost us 200dh in total (100 each). With the riads I'm sure they would walk you to the hostel, where as it's dropped us & had a kid walk us to it & then want money. It is tricky to get there at first, but we tipped 5€ & he still wanted more, but the man at the Riad showed him away and was very welcoming as it can be overwhelming at first.
Hope that helps!