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Reviewed 28 February 2018 via mobile

We stayed four nights here and the hotel couldn't be faulted. The suite was amazing. The staff friendly and efficient. A nice touch was the daily selection of homemade pastries in the room along with constantly topped up water and Nespresso capsules. Ate well in both restaurants but the Trois Saveurs environment made it a memorable evening. We also did the half day cookery course which was fun.

Date of stay: February 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank owl312487
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Reviewed 27 February 2018

The nondescript alleyway access to La Maison Arabe could hardly offer a greater contrast to what reveals behind the modest entry. Even the foyer is an understated entrée to an overstated opulence that slowly reveals as the inner passages of this superbly creative reconstruction of a cluster of eighteenth century medina courtyard residences are explored. This was the finest riad we have experienced in Morocco and up there among the most appealing accommodations we have come across worldwide. It was more akin to being a guest in a luxurious local residence than in a hotel.

The good: our suite 218 “Jasar” was extravagantly spacious, sumptuously appointed, conspicuously clean and as quiet as a tomb. Everything expected was there and it all worked as expected. The king bed was comfortable, the linens plush and the pillows cloud-soft. The airy living room (and it's a room not just a space) opened onto a private sun-drenched garden courtyard opposite which was the very comfortable bedroom cossetted under a fabulously ornate cupola ceiling. The bathroom ensemble was a showcase of the Moroccan tiled art in a modern and well-designed facility the whole of which functioned flawlessly. We took both our dinners and breakfasts at the poolside international restaurant which was a delightful and delicious place to dine and absorb the thoroughly professional service and carefully crafted ambience. The staff at every level were ever gracious, accommodating and competent.

The not so good: depending upon where your room or suite is located the place can be a maze to navigate otherwise the only disappointment we had was that we were not staying longer.

Date of stay: February 2018
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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3  Thank Tedstravelblogs
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Reviewed 25 February 2018

We stayed for a week in February. The hotel is hidden down a narrow street but as soon as we went through the door we found it was a beautiful place to stay. Our room (211) was actually a mini suite and was very comfortable.
We found cozy lounge areas with lots of very tasteful ornaments, furnishings and pictures. Very Morrocan!
There was a well stocked bar where a jazz pianist played each evening. As this was our first time in Marrakech we booked half board as we did not want to waste time checking out restaurants. We found the food to be very good and alternated between the traditional Morrocan restaurant and the international one that served a variety of European and East Asian dishes. There were no restrictions as to what we could choose from the menu with our half board package and we found many people seemed to be eating there who were not staying and had booked to come
from other hotels.
Nothing was too much trouble for the staff.. Adile and the team on the front desk were great. They were really friendly and very helpful with things like coming outside with us to negotiate taxi fares.
When we returned from our explorations every afternoon we would flop down in one of the comfortable lounges and were served with delicious mint tea with local pastries for which there was no extra charge.
I would have no hesitation in recommending this most hospitable hotel to anyone and especially those who have not visited Morrocco before and want to feel well looked after in a hotel that is central and close to the main attractions of this interesting city.

Date of stay: October 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Phil G
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Reviewed 25 February 2018 via mobile

This is an absolutely delightful hotel/riad in the old city...a really hidden gem (both figuratively and literally) down a small alleyway. The service from the front desk staff is super; very helpful and genuinely concerned that you enjoy your stay. The rooms are well appointed with good bathrooms. But what is not to be missed is their Hammam. This was our first experience of one and it’s a real indulgence. You first enter a steam room where you are washed down and then your whole body is exfoliated, and then washed down again. You then have a wonderful massage. La Maison has two restaurants; traditional Moroccan and international. We had dinner our first night in the Moroccan restaurant, which also had two musicians playing through dinner. The dishes we had were excellent. Definitely worthy of a return trip.

Date of stay: February 2018
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank KenNYC150
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Reviewed 24 February 2018 via mobile

This is an extraordinary place to have dinner, located in the old city of Marrakech an accessed via a small alley the hotel is s hidden gem. There is a piano bar for pre dinner drinks and I recommend a table outside in the small pool courtyard. Not cheap by any means but well worth a visit for dinner, the food is excellent.

Date of stay: February 2018
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank ChrisCDC
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