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Stayed here for a few days at the beginning and end of our (independent) cycling touring trip to M'Hamid and back.
Imam, the manager, made us feel very welcome and nothing was a problem for her. Stashed our bike boxes until our return. She was...More
Stayed here for one night, booked via Hotels.com for £26 per night. Location is excellent, coupled with the authenticity of the place you feel as though you are really in Morocco. The owner sends you a detailed .pdf map of the medina so you won't...More
We stayed here as a couple for 3 nights- the Riad was exactly what we needed: a quiet, charming and cosy place to come back to after the marvellous madness of Marakshi souks. The place is beautiful and very good value, and is within walking...More
Last December we stayed at this Riad for a night. The riad wasn't anything particularly fancy but it was very cozy. The rooms were traditional Moroccan decor and very spacious. There was an upstairs deck with patio chairs, it was great for laying out in...More
If you don't mind walking a bit in the medina, then this riad is perfect. Quite easy to reach by taxi.
The room was nice. The courtyard in the middle of the riad is also used as a breakfast room. Good breakfast and a very...More
Response from supongo2016 | Reviewed this property |
No I didn't see any safes and it's also true the locks on some of the rooms' doors aren't very secure. That said, they may well have a place they can lock valuables away and it does feel very safe generally. We had a... More
No I didn't see any safes and it's also true the locks on some of the rooms' doors aren't very secure. That said, they may well have a place they can lock valuables away and it does feel very safe generally. We had a padlock on one of our bags and that felt safe.