We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
We arrived in the afternoon and were greeted by the owner Massimo with a refreshing juice. He also took some time to be sure we knew what to expect while walking in the medina and Marrakech.
Our room was just as beautiful as the common...More
Superbly renovated riad that is a welcome oasis in the center of the sometimes chaotic medina. Step inside the massive wooden doors, and the calm and beauty of the riad instantly relaxes you. Not only is the decor incredible, showcasing the craftsmanship of locals --...More
4 Thank NYandAussie
Response from Massimo_Giorgina, Owner at Riad le Clos des ArtsResponded 11 May 2017
Thank you for this glowing words and happy that you felt very welcome in our house.
Our staff is equally grateful for the kind words, icnluding our cooks!
We hope to have you back one day
Giorgina and Massimo
We stayed at this Riad for an all too brief city break of three nights. Our flight having been delayed, there was still no issue for us on arrival as our transfer was waiting for us as planned. We were met from the taxi by...More
If Marrakech is an assault on the senses, then Riad le Clos des Arts is definitely a caress. The scent of orange blossoms greets your entrance into this calm, tranquil and incredibly beautiful guesthouse. Massimo, Giorgiana and every member of the staff exude gracious hospitality...More
From the moment we arrived to the moment we left the riad and the people who worked there were most welcoming and made us a feel at home. Sometime you find a gem of a place that is a talking point itself - this was...More
If you mean 11 days for Marrakesh, that might be too long, but for Morocco as a whole that is certainly NOT too long (our trip was 14 days and took in Marrakesh, Essaouira, Fez, Chefchaouhen, and Tangier, as well as a day in... More
If you mean 11 days for Marrakesh, that might be too long, but for Morocco as a whole that is certainly NOT too long (our trip was 14 days and took in Marrakesh, Essaouira, Fez, Chefchaouhen, and Tangier, as well as a day in Casablanca. Not sure where you are coming from but for flights from North America and the UK, Casablanca is the most common entry/exit point -- we landed there as well, and our flight out from Tangier also transited through Casablanca; but I wouldn't spend too much time there, as the modern city can't compete with others in Morocco as far as sights and shopping are concerned.