About this listing
The Tlata room is comfortable with a double bed and it has its own bathroom with shower, basin and WC. It is in an authentic 17th century riad with loads of character and a superb rooftop terrace for breakfasting and relaxing taking in the views.
Located in a small XVII century house at the heart of the medina of Marrakesh, the Riad offers tranquility and a variety of services in a safe central district.
The Tlata room is comfortable and spacious with a double bed The room has a private bathroom with shower, basin and WC.
Staying here you can easily get lost among the picturesque labyrinth of lively streets of the medina. The central Djemaa El Fna square, located about 500 metres, is easily reached on foot. Only minutes by foot are various museums such as Bahia Palace, the Badi Palace and the Museum Dar Si Said.
The Riad has a total of seven rooms, including single, double and triple rooms with private bathroom, heating, safe and wireless internet. Some of the rooms are air conditioned and others are equipped with fans. Breakfast is included in the price. The bed and breakfast offers tour services of Marrakesh and its surroundings, such as trips to a farm for a taste of the Berber tajine. Other services offered include luggage storage, safety deposit box, wireless Internet in public areas, restaurant and cafe/bar, 24 hour reception and laundry service. Smoking and pets are allowed at this establishment.
Public car park at 100 metres
Bar / Cafe
Laundry / washing machine
Pets allowed Additional charge 5/day €
Safety deposit box
Towels & sheets
We give you a key to the front door so you can come and go as you want. Check in and out are flexibile.
We didn't personally meet Leila, but she was cool with her directions and so fast answering our questions.
The rooms wasn't the one publicated, but they offered us the room us looking for.
Near Jemaa F'Na, the location is perfect for discovering la Medina.
Nahim and Samhir were perfect host. They helped us to find a incredible trip around dessert, without any kind of worries.
Thx a lot :)
I spent two weeks. Most days I was in a nice room in the first floor. For some days I had to move to a room at the ground floor, who was a bit dark, as I found. Great: The breakfast in the sun on the roof with fresh bread, honey, fresh pressed orange juice and coffee as much as you liked. The managers Samir and Najib were great hosts. If I had a problem, I always could talk to them. Not to forget: Both nice women, who served the breakfast und tidied up the rooms, always had a smile on their face.
I had a wonderful stay in Marrakech. Samir and Najib were incredibly helpful and wonderful hosts. Very easy to communicate and prompt responses. I had a small cozy room at a reasonable price. Breakfast was great with fresh squeezed orange juice and coffee. The riad is in a great location and safe. I would go back anytime. I never met Leah though she was very helpful and accommodating through email and airbnb. I would recommend staying at any of her properties.
Good location, nice authentic riad, especially the rooftop - also compared to other riads we stayed. The room we had was on the ground floor with small windows just out to the reception, so not much privacy and a bit of a "cellar" atmosphere, but still cute and a fair price. We had a lot of communication with Leah since there were some troubles in the beginning, and she was always helpful and supportive to find a good solution for us. We briefly met her in person on the street, instead Samir and a few more were our host at the riad, very nice people! We would recommend the riad and would also go back, probably an another room next time :)
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About the Host, Leila
I'm Leah originally from Australia I lived for 14 years in Florence, Italy where I still have active contacts. For the past 2 years I have lived in Marrakech, Morocco a vibrant town pulsating in exotic sounds and sites. I love living here; the people, the food, the landscape, the religion, the architecture and the music...
Travel expands our life experience, paradoxically encountering people and places out of our daily routines and comfort zones increases understanding of ourselves and those close to us...
Marrakech is music to the ears!