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Abida c'es une chambre double avec lit double.Notre logement Riad Aïda se compose de 7 chambres (2 chambres triple plus 4 chambres doubles et une chambre single) ils sont publié sur Airbnb.
Toutes les chambres ont leur salle de bains individuelle
Riad dar Aida se situe au cœur de la Kasbah qui est le quartier le plus calme de la médina
Le riad bénéficie d'un emplacement exceptionnel dans la médina de Marrakech, dans le quartier privilégié de la Kasbah, à quelques minutes de la célèbre place Jamaâ El Fna et des souks.
Ce Dar traditionnel vous propose une connexion Wi-Fi gratuite, une terrasse et un salon.
Vous dégusterez chaque matin un petit-déjeuner marocain ou continental soit dans le patio ou sur la terrasse.
Une cuisine marocaine traditionnelle peut également être préparée sur demande.
En ce Riad se succèdent artistes peintres, musiciens, (le Dar appartenait au célèbre musicien ) personnages politiques connus ( y compris un président français), notables…
De la terrasse du Riad, vous admirerez la lumière flamboyante des couchers de soleil, l'Atlas majestueux, la Koutoubia gardienne de Marrakech.
Marrakech vous envoûtera, elle livrera pour vous la profondeur de sa culture et vous emportera en un décor sculpté par la lumière de ses nuits.
Important : Taxe de séjour 2.5 euros par personne et par nuit
facile d’accès : Voiture devant la porte
C'est un quartier animé avec toutes commodités ( des restaurants, des monuments historique, des bureaux de change, des magasin et épicerie).
Le riad propose le transfert de l’aéroport à 15 euros jusqu'à 7 personnes
Important : Taxe de séjour 2.5 euros par personne et par nuit
Ne pas fumer dans les chambres et pas d’animaux
We found the riad easily and it is in a great location, I booked two double rooms but on arrival we had only one double room and one single room offered to us. After some hours, and the arrival of both Aicha and Mohammed this was remedied, but the process left us feeling a little bruised. The breakfasts were fine and Mohammad was very helpful throughout our stay and ensured we had an early breakfast on our final morning.
I'm sorry for this little problem but as I explained it was me who asked to give you the simple mail room because you asked me that you want a room next to the other I proposed the single and I realized that you were in agreement as I do not speak angalis I made a mistake on your message. Sorry again.
From the moment we were picked up from the airport, we enjoyed our time spent at the Riad with the lovely staff. We stayed in Chambre Abida and the room was lovely, stained glass windows that were so nice to wake up to in the morning, very hot long showers, great water pressure, comfy beds [two twin beds pushed together but you have the option of separating them] and the noise level from the street outside was very minimal and after about 11pm it was gone completely. Also, the breakfast here is quite nice. I loved one of the peanut almond pastries that was served so much that I asked if it was okay to have another, although they were out of them, the gentleman onsite that morning ran down the street and gifted me a bag of them before I left!
I would definitely recommend staying here. Kind staff, comfortable and great location!
Our stay at the Riad was absolutely lovely. We were welcomed very warmly with tea and a lot of information about local attractions, things to do and ways around town. The Riad is very authentic and looked after very well, so was our room too. The hosts were very nice and no effort was too big. Unfortunately we stayed there for one night only, but I would definitely come back for another holiday.
My boyfriend and I stayed at this beautiful Riad for 2 nights. From the moment we arrived to the moment we left we were made tp feel at home. The staff were friendly, helpful and considerate. The room we stayed in was clean, comfortable and really beautifully decorated. The breakfast was delicious. We honestly can't fault them on anything. A perfect stay. Thank you so much!
Nice place. We only had one night there before going to the airport but the host made it easy for us by helping with an exceptional early breakfast and taking the luggage to the taxi in the morning.
The place was difficult to find, but really beautiful and located in the more nice area of the Medina.
Our stay at the riad was lovely. The space itself is nicely decorated and cozy. The beds are comfortable. Marrakesh is a night city and so it can be a bit noisy since the building is the corner of an alley by a main road. As for location, it's just a 10 min walk to the main square that we enjoyed doing. The area has it's share of shops and restaurants and we enjoyed their convenience.
The daily breakfast was a perfect start to the day and our hosts were super helpful. The transfer offered is convenient if you don't feel like dealing with navigating and currency when you arrive, but it is a bit cheaper to use a cab. We did both.
The only thing that would have made my stay better would have been if they sold me the piece of art in the riad that I fell in love with! Need it!
I can actually only tell about the Riad Jnane Agdal cause at our arrival Riad Aida was fully booked, (even though at the time of booking it wasn't!) and got a mail from the owner that we'll have to come to another address to check in and that's where we actually will sleep.
So Jnane Agdal was ok, but i wouldn't actually recommend it unless the town is all booked up for any strange reason:
-the city is full of tons of beautiful riads that are nicely priced, why choose this big old empty riad in the Mellah area...?
- it's not especially neat or clean, neither is it especially friendly or cosy with it's large size, though we didn't experience anything extremely awful, the wash basin in the bathroom was leaking heavily so we just used water from the bathtub when we wanted to wash hands; the bathtub was large and nice but lacking an important accesory in a bathtub: the plug; the walls and furniture in the whole building have a strange thin layer of a mixture of dust and moist, but if you already have spent weeks in Morocco as we did, stuff like this basically won't even bother you anymore
- breakfast was rather on the lower side of our Moroccan top 10 list: the usual and relatively boring sweet breakfast, nothing special but all WAAAY TOO sweet, the Moroccan style pancake tasting like old fishy frying oil...
- the guy that introduced his self as the manager of the riad arrived little too late to the scene where we verbally had to fight a local kid from the street who after the taxi put us down in the gates of Mellah just followed us all the way to the riad saykng he knows the way, and disn't care we begged him not to "help us" cause we knew -as we experienced it before - that in the end we have to pay him. Well the way to the riad was harder to find than we thought and as we arrived to the door of the riad we desperately tried to flee from the situation with the angry kid who wanted more money than we actually gave him, our host was not there to help us out in time, he wasn't even in the building, where we kept on ringing and banging the door: the riad was empty. The manager finally arrived , told the boy something and let us in, tried to say something nice, brought us in to the large and slightly cool main hall and presented us with the papers to fill in, and left us there for long minutes, we heard him chuckling on the phone, while we wondered when can we finally get to our room after this crazy scene, late in the evening.
- The nicest experience here was meeting one of the room maids who very nicely accompanied us to the mainstreet and called us a taxi.
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