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Reviewed 11 February 2018

We arranged a week at this riad directly with the owner, who responded to emails promptly; transfers to and from the airport were provided and included in the nightly room rate. When we arrived we had been upgraded to a larger suite than we had booked, our room had 2 queen size beds, a sitting area and bathroom. We like walking and walked everywhere we went in Marrakech rather than take taxis. The streets are busy and polluted with lots of motor bikes. We did a walking tour arranged by the owners on our first morning which cost 300 dirhams per couple and was interesting. The owners also arranged a day tour to the Atlas mountains for us with a private taxi. The day cost £100 - be aware if you choose to do this that if you hike from Imlil there is an additional cost of 300 dirhams which wasn't clear when we set out. The restaurant in Imlil had a set menu but will let you have just one course if you don't want all 3. There is no kettle/facility to make hot drinks in the rooms however hot drinks can be purchased for around 25 dirhams each; we would have preferred a kettle in our room as it was unseasonably cold when we stayed (the coldest and wettest for around 30 years apparently!). The riad is very charming and a haven from the streets of the medina. We had a hammam at the riad; these are done individually in a steam room, where you are washed and scrubbed and covered in argan oil - it was an experience! Note on the pricing that it is 100 dirhams each to enter the hammam, 200 each for the massage and an additional 90 dirhams each for the argan oil, soap and some other sundries (hairbrush and scrubbing sponge). We had a nice holiday despite the very poor weather and would recommend the riad to others.

Room Tip: Suites are quieter as they don't face onto roads.
  • Stayed: February 2018, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank M5839
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Reviewed 9 January 2018 via mobile

The Riad dar Sbihi with its exquisite garden courtyard, which lies behind an unassuming wooden door - down a narrow pink-walled alley - at once surprises and delights new arrivals. The riad - welcoming up to 26 guests - is located at the northern edge of the old city, well wiwalls, but significantly, is just out of range of local traffic noise, which gives guests more than a distinct impression that herein lies an “oasis of calm” - away from the hustle and bustle that is Marrakech. The roof terrace - for al fresco dining or sunbathing - is another particularly attractive feature.
(For comments on Marrakech as a destination, see our other TA review.)
Our greatest compliments must be reserved for the riad’s owner/proprietor Sybille Audoor, who surely would win any international award (were there one on offer) of “Perfect Host”. From the warmth experienced on our arrival through to our reluctant departure, no effort was spared by Sybille nor her staff to ensure that our stay was enjoyable. Always on hand to help in any way eg. contacting a local tour operator about rearranging a trip to the Atlas Mountains or making useful suggestions about getting around Marrakech, Sybille (Belgian born, with dual nationality, who speaks several languages fluently) was always charmingly engaging.
It was fascinating to hear her talk about the 18 year riad renovation project; a true labour of love, managed by her Moroccan husband. They turned what had been a derelict hulk of a building into its current splendour, keeping each architectural and decorative detail faithful to its Moroccan tradition yet providing modern comforts such as air conditioning, an indoor pool and free WiFi (soon to be upgraded to fibre optic at 100mbits/sec).
It would be remiss of us not also to mention the excellent quality of the Moroccan cuisine (breakfasts, lunch and dinner) prepared and presented by cheerful yet discrete waiting staff. Truly 5* cuisine in a quiet 5* riad!
We hope one day to return and wholeheartedly recommend readers who decide to come to Marrakech to book their stay in Riad dar Sbihi.

Stayed: January 2018, travelled as a couple
1  Thank mikezoeclem
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Reviewed 7 January 2018

We have just returned from a lovely stay at the Riad Dar Sbihi ,we can highly recommend it. Marrakech can be full on ,but we found the Riad a charming calm oasis,great to escape to at the end of the day. The owners Sibylle and Saad and there staff made our stay extra special.

We had breakfast on the roof,it was a great start to each day .Most evenings we ate at the Riad,lunch and evening meals were always available and we found them very enjoyable.

Sibylle the owner was on hand to suggest were to go, change money,book trips and restaurants should we need them and she gave us advice on cab fares so you knew what to expect also she suggested places that we could visit and helped us with the route to get there.
Thanks to Sibylle and Saad we so enjoyed our stay at the Riad Dar Sbihi

Stayed: December 2017, travelled as a couple
2  Thank 973janicek
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Reviewed 6 January 2018

Can only say thank you, for an absolutely superb week. I can add nothing to all the other reports. I can't recommend this place highly enough. Sybille and all her staff work tirelessly to make your stay perfect.

Stayed: December 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank Richard M
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Reviewed 5 January 2018

For us it was the Second Time in Marakesch and we did enjoy the Riad dar Shibi directly in the Medina.
The Riad has an old tradicional character and is in a very good shape.
You can Walk directly to all sightseeing points in the Medina very easy.
After hectic and stress you can visit the beautiful roofterrace in the Riad, enjoy the sun and let bring a Glass of wine or beer from an angel, named Abdul. Abdul is 24 ours a day for your wishes stand by.
The owner of the Riad, Sibylle is a wonderful lady, Takes care to her guests fulfills every wish!
We can recommend our stay in the wonderful Riad..

Stayed: January 2018, travelled as a couple
Thank franiek55
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Sibylle Sofia S, Owner at Riad Dar Sbihi, responded to this reviewResponded 8 January 2018

Dear Mr and Mrs Franiek55, I felt honoured by your presence in our riad. I hope you will keep nice memories about your stay and our conversations. I send you my sincere regards from Marrakech and the High Atlas mountains full of snow for the moment, just like in Austria!

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