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Reviewed 3 August 2012

Riad Des Arts was a great base for exploring Marrakech. Peacful retreat in the middle of everything. I loved our tent on the roof here(had amazing air-con). The staff were very helpful and if you speak French(we don't) it would be even easier!! You have everything right on the doorstep- a complete culture shock. Its a place to stay if you want to be n and see the real Marrakech- Breakfast was lovely- had a mall stock of wine/beer(very hard to get around the main sqaure) so very handy if you like a nice drink on the roof terrace to end your day.
Only downside- was woken on 2 nights from the loud prays being said on the speakers- all part of the experience I'd say!!

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank Ljemartin
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Reviewed 23 July 2012

We spent 2+1 nights in this lovely, peacful little hotel in July 2012. The room was comfortable and we enjoyed the aircondition (outside was up to 45 deg.). The staff was very friendly and helpful and the breakfast great. If (when?) we return to Marrakech, we will certainly stay here again.

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled with friends
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Thank Cecilia B
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Reviewed 16 July 2012

My friend and I stayed here in May 2012, and this place was a sanctuary away from the hustle and bustle of the busy Marrakech souks.

Located just off round the corner from the Djeema El Fna market, as you turn down the walkway to towards the riad, away from the market, it was amazing how the noise was suddenly gone. It really was peaceful.

Inside the riad, its beautifully decorated, our room was small but adequate. They say air-conditioned, this a little bit of a lie, they have a big floor-standing fan in the room, but not what I would call air-conditioning! But somehow, even though one day the temperature outside was 50 degrees celsius, the riad remained quite cool, and with the help of the fan I found it quite comfortable.

The staff are very welcoming and accomodating. We wanted to leave early one morning for an excursion so they got up early for us to provide our breakfast, which was very appreciated to set us up for our long day out.

The only bad point about the hotel is trying to initially find it, we ordered a taxi and driver said he would take us there. When we got to the market, it was too busy to drive a car through, and he told us he could go no further but the hotel was "just up there". In actual fact, it wasnt particularly near where he dropped us, but that's not the riad's fault, it was us being a little naive and trusting. And any stander-by offering to help you find somewhere will expect to paid once you arrive. We found this out the hard way. Again that's not the riad's fault, that was us being two naive 20-somethings expecting someone offering to help was doing just that.

Once you know where the riad is, its very easy to find again. I would highly recommend a stay here!

  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled with friends
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1  Thank GCave
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Reviewed 20 June 2012

We stayed there 3 nighits in total on two separate occasions, it is not easy to find at first, but it is accutualy very near Jemaa, maybe 3 minutes from the square. Go to the opposite end of Jemaa to the Derb Dabachi street and turn right in to it, once in the Dabachi street just walk for maybe 200 m, and on your left side you should see an entrance to the Derb My Abdelkader Dabachi street, it will look like an garden entrance, ther will be an arch at the beginning facing the Derb Dabachi street with grapes making the shade after it, go in and walk for 100 m, turn the first street left and you are there. The ground floor room was a bit small but nicely decorated as is the whole of riad, nice location near the souks and Jemaa, take the time to chill on the roof in the evening after a hectic day around Marrakech.

Our room was dark and stuffy, ac would be welcomed instead of fan since it gets up to 40 during the summer, we were the only ones in the riad but were not even offerd an welcome drink. You can hear people talking (staf and there friends late in the night) since the room has a very thin door and windows, the reception had small windows connecting to our bathroom so we could hear people talking on the phone, plus the mosque is near so you will need every minute of your sleep, poor plain breakfast...there is room for improvement since it is really a nice riad with a very good location.

  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank Buda83
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Reviewed 4 June 2012

Firstly, the transfer from the train station was 17euro (cost us about 2 euro in the taxi on the return journey) and really not worth it. We chose it as we were concerned about finding the riad in the winding alleyways of the medina, but the transfer van merely drove us to the edge of square and dumped us there, in the pouring rain.
After paying a local to take us there, there was no one to receive us (even though they knew what time we were arriving as they arranged the transfer). Eventually a cleaner opened the door and pointed to a room, then left us.
It was not until our third day (when it was time to settle our bill) did we eventually have any conversation with the staff. Our only conversation with the owner was as were leaving, when he chastised us for leaving breakfast uneaten. We told him we were told nothing about breakfast and pointed to our booking which makes no mention of it.
The room was very noisy on the ground floor as there is a large gap between the door frame and the wall, you can hear every sound from the courtyard (and vice versa I am sure). The shower was also poorly constructed meaning the whole bathroom floor was permanently flooded.

Room Tip: Do not take the ground floor room if you value any level of privacy or want a peaceful sleep.
  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled as a couple
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