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A nice beautiful Riad in the heart of the Medina. A quite place, isolated from the busy narrow alleys of the Medina. Hyat, the lady in the hotel was incredibly helpful and friendly. Secured parking 10 minutes walk.
I would agree with not being put off by some of the negative reviews. This place was absolutely a gem. You are very much in the neighborhood of Assouel, deep in the medina and near to local markets (the ones where the locals actually shop...More
After making our reservation online, we got to the hotel and were presented with a terrible looking room, nothing like what we had seen on the hotel's website, the floor was dirty, the towels and the toilet really dirty, there was no wifi connection and...More
The Meryem is a modern(ish) hotel in the modern part of Marrakech and is a 15 to 20 minutes walk from the heart of the city. Our room was cleaned daily and towels were replaced whenever they had been used. Though the room was advertised...More
Don't be put off by a couple of negative review(s) - it's a little gem of a place if you're looking to get close to the local culture. If that sounds like what you are looking for then read on...
It won't suit you if...More
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I traveled with my Girlfriend as a Hetero couple. They were very nice to us and very professional. From my experience, men in Marrakesh do not respect women, they whistled at my girlfriend all the time and called her a... More
I traveled with my Girlfriend as a Hetero couple. They were very nice to us and very professional. From my experience, men in Marrakesh do not respect women, they whistled at my girlfriend all the time and called her a gazelle. I do not suppose they are very nice towards open homosexual couples in the streets. However, I definitely think that in this Riad the staff will be tolerant of gay couples. Abdul, the man in charge was very very kind. Hope this helps.
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