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I stayed here for three nights and loved every minute of it. The Riad is beautiful, quiet, and well taken care of. The staff are just amazing. I can't say enough good things about them. Valentina took great care of me with lots of recommendations...More
This beautiful riad in a very convenient, but quiet part of the medina was perfect. From the moment we arrived, Giorgina, Massimo, Valentina and all the staff made us feel so welcome that it felt like being in someone's home, but not in an intrusive...More
We had a wonderful stay here, everything was outstanding, it really enhanced our first visit to Marrakech. The location was great, an easy and straightforward 10 minute walk to the main square of the Medina. Our hosts were great, they really went out of their...More
We spent 3 nights in this beautiful riad. The owners and the entire staff made our stay unforgettable and we enjoyed every single moment. From the nice attentions to the good advices received, everything was perfect! We really recommend this place and will come again...More
I cannot speak too highly of this wonderful oasis in the quiet heart of the busy Medina. The place is lovely, spotless and charming, with lots of spaces to lounge, about including a roof terrace with a lovely plunge pool, where they serve fabulous breakfast...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.