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The room we stayed in was extroidinary beautiful. Like, a little cupboard that held our extra bedding was more beautiful than anything I have in my home. The rooftop is higher than surrounding buildings so you can get a decent view of the city. We...More
We stayed 3 nights at Riad Safar with our two children aged 10 and 11. The location is excellent for exploring the Medina, with the closest gate and vehicle access just 5 minutes away at Bab Doukala. From the riad it is a 10 minute...More
I stayed here with my sister and mother for 4 nights and really enjoyed it. Very good location, we walked to all the attractions. Very friendly staff. Our best meal in Marrakesh was at the riad cooked by the lovely Laaziz (I hope I spelt...More
A delightful riad, just four guest rooms and very attentive staff (Hamid & Laaziza at the time we stayed). Great views from the roof terrace and perfect for sun bathing by the plunge pool, exceptionally peaceful in spite of the riad being situated centrally in...More
On arriving (which was a bit of an issue as our private taxi took us to riad safa not safar!!) a kind flustered woman came to collect us, which was very kind and also very much appreciated as we had no idea where we were....More
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No, it's not easy to find at all. It's about 6 turns down a vacant alleyway. Hmmm. This is a bit tricky because you're arriving later at night. The whole area around the riad shuts down pretty early and turns into a bit of a... More
No, it's not easy to find at all. It's about 6 turns down a vacant alleyway. Hmmm. This is a bit tricky because you're arriving later at night. The whole area around the riad shuts down pretty early and turns into a bit of a ghost town. Your driver will be able to get you fairly close, but you'll still need a guide to find the riad. You may be able to ask the hotel to make arrangements for someone to meet you at the taxi's drop off point. We had to hire a random local "street guide" to walk us to the riad for $10. You'll definitely need help finding it.