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My stay here was simply magical. The staff were so attentive and caring. Every time we came in from a tiring day at the souk they had delicious tea and biscuits ready for us. We almost missed a but to Agadir, but they purchased the...More
We spent 3 nights in this lovely Riad.
First of all the location is perfect. It is very quiet (for Marrakesh) but still central. The central Square is just a 10 minutes walk away.
Secondly the athmosphere is quite unique. It feels like a second...More
Small hotel with character. Beautiful indoor courtyard and rooftop terrace. Hosts are very helpful and go out of the way to make sure that your stay in Marrakech is just what you are looking for. They offered suggestions on what to see and tips on...More
The Riad was beautiful, the room large and nice but the best thing were the hosts. They were incredibly helpful. Whatever you needed, they were willing to help. Whenever I asked for suggestions on spas, shopping and restaurants, he gave me any in all price...More
This riad is not only beautiful, but more importantly Aziz and Syaid are extremely friendly and helpful!! They offer free water and orange juice whenever you like, tasty breakfast and will answer any question you might have (you can literally hear them make the OJ...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Shuttle Bus Service
Things to do
US$68 - US$116 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#5 Family Hotel in Marrakech
#6 Romantic Hotel in Marrakech
Non-Smoking Rooms ,
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Response from riadaguerzame | Property representative |
First you can heat the room with the reversible aircon. More, there's a classical heater in each room. At least, Riad Aguerzame is a traditional house with very wide huge earhtwall, so by its way of building, the riad... More
First you can heat the room with the reversible aircon. More, there's a classical heater in each room. At least, Riad Aguerzame is a traditional house with very wide huge earhtwall, so by its way of building, the riad is warm in winter and cool in summer.
Response from 2010Escape | Reviewed this property |
It is a b&b not hotel. It is wonderful if you are looking for a true Moroccon experience. Walking distance to center. They will make arrangements for the camel ride and the driver will pick you up. If you stay in a regular... More
It is a b&b not hotel. It is wonderful if you are looking for a true Moroccon experience. Walking distance to center. They will make arrangements for the camel ride and the driver will pick you up. If you stay in a regular hotel you will take a cab to all the attractions in the older part of town.
Response from emptynesters2007 | Reviewed this property |
We only stayed three days and found that sufficient to see the city, so I would suggest if you are staying longer it would be worthwhile taking a trip somewhere, particularly the Atlas Mountains. We agree with all... More
We only stayed three days and found that sufficient to see the city, so I would suggest if you are staying longer it would be worthwhile taking a trip somewhere, particularly the Atlas Mountains. We agree with all mcgillligan says and would recommend you have one meal at the raid. Aziz's recommendations were spot on, but be aware you won't get alcohol in the old town though Aziz supplies it with the meal. Don't miss the Majorelle Garden and when you get lost in the souks, anybody will offer to help and then expect cash.
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"All the rooms seemed very good and there isn't really any difference between them"