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First time in Morocco and had no clue what a riad looked like. The approach to the riad left me a bit wearly but once inside it was just magical. Aisha welcomed us and helped us find a guide within minutes of checking in. All...More
We have been there for 7 nights and we loved this authentic riad. It has a great location, only 10 minutes walking to the Jemaa el-Fna main square and cca. 5 minutes walking to the Koutoubia mosque. The staff was very friendly and helpful! They...More
We stayed for 2 nights at Riad Sidi Mimoune. The location of the Riad could not be better. Just about 10minutes walking distance away from the main square and 6-7minutes to the Koutoubia Mosque. From the rooftop you get a beautiful view of the mosque...More
This is a strange review, as I'm sure the staff at Riad Sidi Mimoune would be convinced we hated our 1 night there - but that's simply not the case.
Our holiday had been plagued with problems, and our final night turned out to be...More
One always feels a certain amount of discomfort in giving an average review when the staff have been excellent in every way.
However, the whole point is to be objective in one’s review so others can have a better informed opinion.
A trip to the mountains is definitely worthwhile, it's a beautiful part of the country. The main sites and buildings are pretty easy to see in a day. There is also the large market and main square, I didn't even want to buy... More
A trip to the mountains is definitely worthwhile, it's a beautiful part of the country. The main sites and buildings are pretty easy to see in a day. There is also the large market and main square, I didn't even want to buy anything just sort of experience them.