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We've just got back from a week in Morocco, including a few nights at the Mur Akush. The Riad is lovely, and our room was excellent. Mustafa and Mohammed made us feel incredibly welcome, really encouraging us to treat the Riad as our home. The...More
I would recommend Riad Mur Akush to anyone visiting Marrakech! Communication via email was prompt. Maria helped me organise an airport transfer and some bread, olives and a local wine in our room on our arrival. The room was better than we expected. Every detail...More
The hospitality at the Riad is outstanding. We were immediately made to feel comfortable by hosts Mohammed and Mustafa, they really couldn't do enough for you. The building is beautiful and I loved the traditional decor in the rooms. The roof terrace is also stunning,...More
Our family of 4 stayed at Riad Mur Akush on the last night of our 9 day trip to Morocco and staying there was absolutely a highlight of our trip. We'd driven all day from Erg Chebbi to arrive after dark. Upon arrival Mustafa, the...More
This was our second stay at Riad Mur Akush and what a fabulous place to stay. Our favourite room Amel, was spacious and comfortable as before. We were exceptionally well looked after by Mustafa, who played us some wonderful traditional music to which we could...More
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It isnot kept on premises but can easily be purchased by the staff and served to you and also you can bring in your own duty free as well. As well you can pop into any supermarket and purchase both wine and spirits. Morocco... More
It isnot kept on premises but can easily be purchased by the staff and served to you and also you can bring in your own duty free as well. As well you can pop into any supermarket and purchase both wine and spirits. Morocco has a big wine industry and local wines are good and cheap too.