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Even before we arrived the Riad was so helpful in helping our stay to be the best, offering to arrange transport on arrival, have a dinner waiting and organise our trip to the Atlas mountain. The staff were so friendly and professional and couldn't be...More
Upon arrival we were greeted by Abdoul who kindly welcomed us at the door, and shooed away the young boy who had lead us to the riad as he continued to ask for money after we had already given him some. It is tricky to...More
This was our first experience of visiting Marrakesh. We were a party of 4 female friends. We were going to book a hotel stay for our city break but decided we would like to stay in a Riad to get a more authentic feel for...More
This is a gorgeous converted authentic Moroccan house and we loved our stay here, from the soothing pool in the courtyard to the melodic songbird which nests under the atrium to the unafraid stray cat which slept in a bucket outside the front door. Best...More
This Riad is inside the Medina, within walking distance of Jemaa el-Fnaa. Our host was very hospitable, always very friendly and giving helpful tips (wrt. prices, things to see, etc). We have decided to indulge ourselves in a Moroccan dinner in the hostel and the...More
Response from JaccyjayTravel | Reviewed this property |
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!