We stayed 3 nights in February in the Cinnamon room. The riad (I will continue to call it riad but technically it is actually a dar) was easy to find in the medina because its close to Place R'cif and the owners have really made efforts to put up lots of informative signs to find the place. The riad has only four guestrooms, but each is huge. The riad is really pretty, decorated well with the correct arabic ambience but also some really nice paintings, candles, lights, etc. The riad staff were exceptionally caring and helpful. And the hosts served us dinner which was actually the best food we have had in all of our two-week stay in Marocco. Breakfast was ok but a bit on the boring side (fresh juice, pancakes and choice of jam and cheese). I would like to point out that some might find a bit uncomfortable the room arrangement as the toilet in our room was actually in the same room (on the second floor) with no separating walls.
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- A marvelous old house located in the heart of the medina close to the world's oldest university and the souks, built nearly 4 centuries ago. We offer to you 3 suites and 2 rooms with all the modern confort. Riad Laayoun is a marvelous place for your stay in the most beautiful medina of Africa. ... more less
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