A heaven of tranquility in the Medina of Marrakesh. Escape the noise and bustle after a day in the souk and relax in a beautiful and calm riad, renovated and decorated in a typical Moroccan style.
1 double bed
1 double bed
1 double bed
Check-in is anytime after 2PM
Check out by 11AM
We truly enjoyed our two nights at the spacious Riad. It lived up to our High expectations to being a mix of local and renovated Riad. We apprecaited the location, local and about 20 min. walk from the Median. Our hostess Fatima were a Great assistance in both cooking breakfast a…
The house is wonderful, big, with a lot of sun, silent, lovely. We had breakfast in the terrasse and it was amazing and almost magic. The pool in the main room is very nice. The house is clean and cosy. We suggest to have dinner and beekfast in the house since Fatima is a superb…
We loved staying in the Riad. It really was a haven of peace and quiet in the busy Medina outside. We had a wonderful time walking the streets of the Medina and really felt we were living the Moroccan culture. It was a great location and perfect for our family of 5. Fatima was ve…
For the price this Riad is GREAT. I had many good experiences with this place and a few not so good. First: if you are a couple or just woman I do NOT recommend this Riad for you due to location and few specifications. The Riad is located in Medina which is INSIDE the bazaar whi…
Response from Sibylle Sophie:
I am more than surprised about your comments. You seem to ignore that a Medina is the old walled part of a North African town in which natives live with their manners and customs, one of them is selling cooked food which might – indeed – smell. It is insulting and judging saying they are annoying. The restrictions due to their religion is part of their culture and this does not affect the tourists in any way. Instead of being bothered by poor people you will notice that you can find them also in NYC. Morrocco is an emerging country and does not have the same level of life as upper class US. You have rented a Riad, which is my holiday home, which is fully equipped with towels in each bathroom. You did not rent a hotel room in which beds are made every day. This is clearly stated in the description of the riad and I recommend that you read such carefully. You only paid for the use of my wonderful place, not for any hotel service and particularly not for a maid cleaning up after you. Note that you sayed in my house only for 4 nights! During the summertime, having flies around is a normal fact in Marocco and I must say that I have never ever seen any roaching bug in my place in all those years. Neither have any of the guests who stayed in my Riad. I wonder who brought them in? In every bathroom, there are soap dispensers which are to be used both for hand washing as well as for showering. The products I buy are made for both uses – you should have tried them ! Concerning the safety of the Medina, I can onlysay that neither me or my female friends who stay in my Riad or any of the guests (women or couples or youngsters) ever had the slightest bad experience – we all walk home in the middle of the night (sometimes alone) in this safe area where people look after each other ! If you do not want to live in a busy but quiet area, you should not pick a city with a population of over one million for your holidays : there are beautiful spots in the desert waiting for you. Thanks you for staying at our house.
I and my daughter are happy to open to you our house in Marrakech. Marrakech will transport you with its flavours, colours, and different life style. This Riad is my refuge where I can relax, and tank energy. I hope that you will feel the same positive energy in my house.
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