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Riad Arocha
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Reviewed 8 November 2011

Initial impression was fab. very atmospheric and traditional. Rooms tastefully decorated. However, we had problems from the outset with the staff. We were 4 people, 2 of us vegetarian. We indicated on booking Vegetarian Breakfast. This was translated that we wanted additional 'Vegetarian Soup'!!!!! FOR BREAKFAST!!! ARE YOU KIDDING!!! This would have been funny had they not tried to charge us the equivilant of £7.00 per bowl of soup!! We also had problems with messages not being passed to us from our ongoing accomodation. Our transport arrived only to be told that we had already left. We were the only people staying and at this time we were having breakfast!!! Also 30 mins walk into Square. This is an hour's round trip each time you leave the Riad. Overall, although it was a pretty place, it was not worth the hassle. They do not speak English, and although my French is quite good, they indicated that they did not understand me!!

  • Stayed: November 2011, travelled with friends
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Thank Margi C
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Reviewed 3 November 2011

Our room (the black room) was really lovely. It was very unique, characterful and very clean. It is about 10 minutes walk to the square, but it is not easy to navigate. If you are worried about getting lost might not be the place for you, but getting lost is all part of being in Marrakech! You can organise collection from the airport which is well worth while and not overpriced. The central courtyard is beautiful, breakfast is served there which is also really nice. Really nice place to stay if you want the riad experience.

  • Stayed: October 2011, travelled as a couple
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Thank k993257
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Reviewed 12 August 2011

We only stayed here for one night but it seemed nice. The breakfast wasn't really very good but it was only a small riad so we didn't really expect much. A little way from djemma el fna so if you aren't willing to walk during the heat of the day, I'd suggest staying somewhere a bit closer.

  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled with friends
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Thank laura c
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Reviewed 12 July 2011

Excellent stay in this riad situated well between peace and animation of the medina.
No problem to find thanks to the shuttle which waited for us at the airport.
Good welcome of the staff always ready for helping.
Good advices of the managers for safe and nice tours for discovering the city and other places.
As we book for a week, managers offered the dinner for the first night : it was so good… we decided to stay almost every night.
Room was clean and beautiful (room Diamant noir).
We ended our trip with the hammam/massage: GREAT!!
Others customers we met seemed satisfied by the place and services too.
We’ll return with pleasure.

  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank upperlot
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Reviewed 9 July 2011

Wouldn't recommend staying here. The location is too far from the central Medina, Maps & travel books won't help locate this alley & no obvious signs where you need them. Everywhere is a huge maze. Frustratingly ended up paying local Men/ Boys who where like snakes! As they don't all know the way, they then ask another person, he comes along too & before you know it you are paying 3 people for directions. Constantly try & rip you off by trying to demand 20+ Euros when they get to the door of the Riad. If they don't get what they want they then stand on the doorstep arguing & being abusive. We never paid them that much, only local currency £4 maximum.

Not one of the better Riads we have stayed in, lots of nice Furniture ect but the floors where always dirty, the fountain in central breakfast area was unmaintained and stagnent & the Sunbeds & Chairs on the Terrace where filthy!

I can only describe this Riad owner as being 'Penny Pinching'. In the morning with breakfast they served us 'half a glass of orange juice' with pancake & jam. When we went out we came back to find the Air Conditioning Off in the Bedroom! No lock on Room......you must take your own. The plunge Pool wasn't free, it was classed as being part of the steam room, although it was actually a jacuzzi! For the privelidge the charge was around £15. We ordered a Coffee in the evening, went upstairs & they came running after us for payment. By the way anyone thinking of just turning up to book this Riad, don't ....she won't price match the Internet.

This end of the Medina is more like the industrial side with nowhere to eat close by. Young boys hanging out in the narrow streets intimidating, annoying and being abusive, especially in the evening.
For a quieter Riad not too far from central Medina try Riad Bamileke...not too expensive, very clean.

  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled as a couple
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