Entire home/apt

5 Guests

2 Bedrooms

2 Beds


Entire home/apt

5 Guests

2 Bedrooms

2 Beds

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About this listing

Experience Marrakech like a true Marrakechi!
Two bedrooms, a lounge with a welcoming fireplace, a pretty courtyard with trees and a roof terrace with a view of the atlas mountains and the medina: and it’s ALL just for you!


The space
Accommodates: 5
Bathrooms: 1
Bedrooms: 2
Beds: 2
Check In: Anytime after 2PM
Check Out: 1PM
Room type: Entire home/apt

Amenities

Prices
Extra people: $14 / night after 3 guests
Cleaning Fee: $40
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Description

The space

Experience Marrakech like a true Marrakechi!

Two bedrooms, a lounge with a welcoming fireplace, a pretty courtyard with trees and a roof terrace with a view of the atlas mountains and the medina: and it’s ALL just for you!

Dar Tarik can only be reserved as a is ideal for a family or intimate friends.

After settling in and finding your bearings you will soon feel like a regular inhabitant of the medina. What a truly great find!

Ground Floor

- Lounge with fireplace
- Alcove looking onto the courtyard

1ST Floor

- 2 bedrooms (shared bathroom)
- Terrace: (traditionally furnished, tents, rugs & cushions)

You can see Riad Dar Tarik by watching this video:

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Guest access

rooms, courtyard, terrace , kitchen...

Interaction with guests

We remain at your disposal for your booking confirmation to help you in organizing your stay.
We are reachable by email for any information from 9:30 until 17:30 and from 9:00 to 6:30 p.m. by phone.
For emergencies, contact us at , online available 24/24.

The neighborhood

called the El Moukef district, one of the old district of the medina of Marrakech, not far from the Jamaa El Fna. a popular area in which we discover the daily life of Marrakchis.

Getting around

Dar Tarik is close to public transport: Bus and Taxi, taxis are available at all hours just to be patient to book a cab during peak hours.
Buses are against available during specific times (from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.)
If you have a car, there is a pay parking just 5 minutes from Dar Tarik. We advise you to fix the price of parking with the front guard to park your car.

Other things to note

- Please do not smoke in the room
- Please respect the site and do not degrade or damage the objects in the room
- Tourist tax is 2.5 Euros per person per night.
- The Moroccan Breakfast on request at the price of 4 euros per person.
- Daily cleaning is on request at 15 euros per day


House Rules
No parties or events
Check in is anytime after 2PM

- Merci de ne pas fumer dans la chambre
- Merci de respecter les lieux et de ne pas abîmer ou endommager les objets dans la chambre
- Taxe de séjour est 2.5 Euros par personne par nuit.
- Le Petit déjeuner marocain sur demande au prix de 4 euros par personne.
- le ménage journalier est sur demande au prix de 15 euros par jours


Cancellations

Moderate

Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.


Safety features
Fire extinguisher

Availability
2 nights minimum stay

Exact location information is provided after a booking is confirmed.

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Sophie User Profile
December 2016
Our experience at the Riad DAR TARIK was NOT a good experience. First of all, this is not a ''classic'' Airbnb. This a company that rents private Riads in Marrakesh using the Airbnb platform for publicity. This is a business and I must say that I have gotten better service in budget motel than in this place. We rented RIAD DAR TARIK on Airbnb for a 3 day family trip to Marrakesh. My partner is half Moroccan and his parents live in Rabat, so we though it would be nice to take a little family trip to Marrakesh. My parents in law arrived first at the Riad. When they arrived, they found who ever was taking care of the place, having tea with the neighbours in the Riad we had rented.... They did not appreciate this at all. Then, the person in charge asked them to pay the tourist tax. They were not aware of this fee since I had made the reservation and since there is no internet in this Riad, they were not able to verify online that this was an actual fee. So the person in charge decided to come back the next day at 9 am to get the money from me, once I had arrived. So far, not so bad. The next morning, the person arrived at 10 am, one hour late, to pick up the money for the tourist tax. Not only did she not apologize for being an hour late, she was also very unpleasant. And this is where things got worse. I told her that the heating plate in our room had stopped working during the night and she did nothing but say that I probably didn't know how it worked and that everything was fine. I explained to her that it was working fine when we went to bed and that it had stopped during the night, she couldn't care less about this. Then, I asked her if we could get a heating plate for the living room (yes, November in Marrakesh is cold ) and some wood for the fireplace (they advertise the fireplace on Airbnb, but when you get there there is no wood to actually use it, so... ). Also, the tarp that covers the inner courtyard of the Riad was leaking and one of the chairs was soaking wet. She made a phone call ( i assumed to try to get someone to fix the leaking tarp) and she spoke loudly on the phone. My partner was still sleeping, but she spoke so loudly on the phone that she woke him up. He politely asked her to speak more quietly. She said yes, yes but continued talking. She left after her phone call, saying that someone would come for the wood and the leaking tarp. When I went back to our room, my partner was very upset by what he had heard. The woman had insulted us in Arabic over the phone, referring to us in a...

Charles User Profile
April 2016
The riad is nice, it's light and airy. The bedrooms are lovely and the beds are very comfortable. It's spacious for 4 people. The bathroom is lovely. The roof terrace is a sun trap with a couple of loungers, plus a seating area that's covered. Even though you can walk to the souks in 5 minutes or so, it felt difficult to find and more of a local residential area. We'd been in Marrakesh a couple of weeks when we stayed here, so knew our way around... But imagine it'd be confusing if we'd just arrived! There was what sounded like a nasty fight around 4am one morning, in the street outside. The next night there seemed to be a get together... People talking, laughing quite loudly until about midnight. This riad is managed by an agency rather than an individual owner so felt less personal. There's no extras included like breakfast (you can buy it for an extra cost), wifi or tourist taxes. You have to pay 2.5 euros per person over 12 per day (the other places we stayed included it in the airbnb price rather than add it as an extra you have to pay in cash). Luckily I spotted this on the house rules and contacted the agency to ask how to pay... Apparently the people who met us when we arrived should have asked for it, but they didn't speak English and we don't speak French or Arabic unfortunately. Could have been awkward if we'd spent up then were asked as we were leaving for the airport for the cash! Someone from the agency came round to collect it. She spoke great English and organised a taxi for us to collect us at 5am, where someone knocked on the door for us and walked us out of the medina to the car. We paid a bit more, but worth it at that time in the morning (although they didn't bring a cart to carry the luggage, which we were told they would). The kitchen isn't nice, we didn't fancy cooking there... But still handy for boiling water and keeping drinks cold in the fridge.
Asri User Profile
Response from Asri:
Dear Charles, Thank you for your lovely comments ,Please note that the access to the old medina is not easy at all in Marrakech city, that’s why we always suggest the pick up from the airport to our guest in order to facilitate their arrival , For the management ,it is actually not managed by agency ,but as we do have a group of riads we are having a reservation department separately Also on Airbnb voucher is written in rules that the price is only for the accommodation excluded touristic city and breakfast, and by the end of the stay our guest can pay any extra they took . We are sorry for the cart which was not present to carry your luggage, our agent thought that it is already there , You were one of our great guests hope to receive you again . Regards from Marrakech Riad
April 2016

Verena User Profile
April 2016
Wonderful Riad, very friendly people, surprising breakfast, in the middle of the medina! Bigger, prettier than the description and the pictures showed. Absolutely clean, almost everything brandnew renovated, comfortable beds, living room, roof terrasse, calm and cool patio. The Riad is an Oasis in the quirly Medina. Host was reachable at everytime and offered a lot of additional services (taxi, dinner in the riad, beauty things...) without beeing obtrusively. Child-friendly. There are many different places to sleep in this Riad and our son could sleep on one of the small beds in the biggest, our, bedroom. Thanks for evereything.
Asri User Profile
Response from Asri:
Thanks for your wonderful words,we are really happy to hear such talk and glad to know that you are satisfied about our service ,we hope to receive you next time . regards from Marrakech riads
April 2016

Katrina User Profile
March 2016
Dar Tarik is absolutely perfect! The accomodations are very pretty, ample, clean, and exceeded all of our expectations. We were also provided with all of the services needed. Highly recommended, as well as being very centrally located.
Asri User Profile
Response from Asri:
we are glad to hear that you enjoyed your stay with us , hope to receive you again next stay . regards from marrakech riads.
March 2016

Qasim User Profile
March 2016
We had a lovely stay here. Riad was very clean and well presented. However due to the location of the riad it can be hard to find and also getting taxi can prove to be difficult. I recommend getting an arranged pick up from the airport. Otherwise I highly recommend this riad.
Asri User Profile
Response from Asri:
Thanks for your wonderful words,we are really happy to hear such talk and glad to know that you are satisfied about our service ,we hope to receive you next time . regards from Marrakech riads
March 2016

Karim User Profile
February 2016
Dar Tarik itself was exactly as described, a beautiful riad situated in the medina makes you feel like you are a true Marrekchi. Great place. The only issue was a lack of 'phone signal' as well as the fact that it was incredibly difficult for my friend and I to find on our own. If you have a car, it will be even more so, but I guess that the adventure is one of the reasons you'll want to visit Marrakech in the first place :). Highly recommended, but not if you don't mind getting a little lost.
Asri User Profile
Response from Asri:
Dear Karim, we are glad to hear that you enjoyed your stay with us , hope to receive you again next stay . regards from marrakech riads.
February 2016

Jessica User Profile
December 2015
My father and I stayed at this riad and it was great! It has just two bedrooms which was perfect, we had the whole place to ourselves. During the day there is plenty of natural sunlight that shines in from the open courtyard, in the evening the riad is dimly lit by Moroccan style lamps. Meriam, who we were in communication with was always quick to respond, they will offer to pick you up (for a fee) from the airport/bus/train station and I would definitely suggest this, getting to the riad for the first time would be extremely difficult. The Medina is the heart of Marrakesh, but the streets are often not labeled and confusing. We found getting around with a compass very helpful. The riad is in a good location, in close walking distance to the Maison de la Photogaphie, Ben Youssef, the Souks and Jemaa el Fna Square. One thing I did not pay attention to was the riad does not have wifi/ internet. Instead we spent our evenings reading and would stop at cafe's with wifi during the day if needed. All and all our experience at the riad and in Marrakesh was good :)
Asri User Profile
Response from Asri:
Dear Jessica, Thank you so much for your kind words, We are glad that you are satisfied about your stay with us . we will take your comments in consideration , and we hope to receive you again. regards from Marrakech Riads
December 2015

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