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Riad le Clos des Arts is a place with calm ambience, pleasant colors,
tasty dishes, magical aromas and nice people who make this lovely
The house comprises two beautifully restored riads with connected
patios, terraces and rooftops. It has around 8 rooms built...More
I'm not sure what I can add to the other glowing reviews except to say that they are all completely true. We arrived with high expectations based on the other reviews yet our expectations were still exceeded. The Riad itself is in a perfect location...More
We stayed here for two nights of our honeymoon, and simply loved it. The proprietors Georgina and Massimo were kind, generous, and helpful in every way.
And perhaps it was only because they knew it was our honeymoon, but our room had 2 dozen beautiful...More
It is rare that a hotel gets everything right. Giorgina, Massimo and their team provide not only a place to rest your weary head, but the ultimate experience for all your senses, for your entire being.
Let's start with the basics which it is anything...More
We booked for a 4 night stay for our honeymoon.
Upon arriving we were met by Sabela and another man who collected our luggage in the parking area. It was very busy but Sabela soon welcomed us and explained how to handle the busy streets...More
If you mean 11 days for Marrakesh, that might be too long, but for Morocco as a whole that is certainly NOT too long (our trip was 14 days and took in Marrakesh, Essaouira, Fez, Chefchaouhen, and Tangier, as well as a day in... More
If you mean 11 days for Marrakesh, that might be too long, but for Morocco as a whole that is certainly NOT too long (our trip was 14 days and took in Marrakesh, Essaouira, Fez, Chefchaouhen, and Tangier, as well as a day in Casablanca. Not sure where you are coming from but for flights from North America and the UK, Casablanca is the most common entry/exit point -- we landed there as well, and our flight out from Tangier also transited through Casablanca; but I wouldn't spend too much time there, as the modern city can't compete with others in Morocco as far as sights and shopping are concerned.