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Marrakech Ryads Parc & Spa by Blue Sea
Ranked #229 of 494 Hotels in Marrakech
Dublin, Ireland
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“Ryads Parc and Spa”
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 1 August 2014

Went to this hotel for 10 days all inclusive clean spacious rooms with air conditioning, great deal food is lovely staff are lovely especially the animation team and bar staff, Anime, Nina, Memoun the Photographer just to name a few but all where really nice just cant remember all the names, all inclusive till from 8.00 till 23.00,but alcohol can be purchased after 23.00 cheap enough music stays on in the bar till whenever you decide to go to bed :) this hotel is not very close to the centre (20 mins) but there is a free bus shuttle every couple of hours from the hotel for free, the town is crazy at night full of people restaurants,shops and touristic stuff and also got a free massage in the spa lovely woman wish i could remember her name i would definitely go back again i made alot of new friends here. Pool is beautiful, free wifi in reception and pool bar. Really enjoyed our stay. Thanks to all the staff for making our holiday so good,

Room Tip: Their was 3 of us on this holiday we got a family room near the pool was prefect
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  • Stayed July 2014, travelled with friends
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Thank you so much for taking the time to reviewing our property.

We are delighted to learn that your overall experience at Blue Sea Marrakech Ryads Parc & Spa**** was so pleasant. Your kind comments will be shared among our staff.

We look forward to welcoming you soon again,


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2 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 30 July 2014 via mobile

This hotel was in the middle of nowhere, the people were miserable and only catered for French speaking people. Me and my boyfriend felt like we didn't even exist because all the staff wanted to make their French speaking guests more welcomed. When we arrived we were asked to pay taxes which was fine but be aware that you will need to pay. Food is bloody awful, with the amount of guest this hotel caters for the variety was awful. If you don't like olives don't come here!! Rooms are basic and if you are lucky you will get a room where the air con actually works. We were rudely awoken at 7am with the workers drumming drums and banging on doors because it was the end if Ramadan. I'm sorry but they know their guests aren't Muslim so shouldn't be doing this. We come here to relax and be on holiday not be subjected to heckling and people banging on drums. All the stuff need some life injected into them - they failed to smile and engage with ALL guests... Again just entertaining the French speaking guests. If they want this hotel for French speaking guests only then don't advertise in other counties. Honestly this trip was so poor, the only good thing was the pool... Then towards the end of our trip (last three days) they decided to tell us that we had to start paying for drinks at breakfast and dinner even though for the first 10 days we have been having drinks at breakfast and dinner included!! Staff are rude, food sucks and so does the room! Do not come to this hotel.

Stayed July 2014, travelled as a couple
8 Thank Mel H
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Thank you for taking your time to post your serious comments about our hotel and share your experience on Trip advisor.

We are sorry to know that a part of service or equipments didn’t achieve some level of your expectation. We are regretted for the unsatisfactory situation that you met, and we promise that the service doesn’t represent the normal quality in our hotel.
We still hope to give you a warm reception once again for your next stay in Marrakech.

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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 28 July 2014

My boyfriend and I stayed here for a week. It is a beautiful hotel with an impressive lobby and stunning views of the atlas mountains. It is about a 20 minute drive from Marrakech. Like all hotels in Morocco, a surcharge is expected upon check in and the safes are extra. Neither were expensive, but something you need to factor in to your budget. All the staff we encountered were friendly, but the language barrier was troublesome at times. The majority of the staff and guests were French, although most did speak English to varying degrees. The food was great, varied and catered for every taste. Their was plenty of choice, from traditional tagines and couscous to more western dishes. Their is a couple of small gift shops, a decent sized bar (although some alcohol is at an extra charge) and a lovely spa where we both enjoyed a massage. It is definately a hotel I would recommend, although we both agreed that a week was long enough. However, this was partly due to the heat - it reached 48 degrees during our visit!

Pack plenty of high factor sunscreen, your going to need it!
Bring a watch or clock, none of the rooms have one!
Read up on French phrases before you go, it'll come in handy.

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  • Stayed July 2014, travelled as a couple
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4 Thank Louise H
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 27 July 2014

I am a 29 year old female that travelled alone and have just arrived home after a week there. I thought the food was fab, the staff were very friendly (although I lost count of the amount of staff that were a little amorous towards me but never threatening in any way). I was surprised that the staff speak very little English and taxi drivers, etc spoke better English. On arrival I had to convince the guy at reception that I was alone and he could not seem to get his head round it! There was nobody to show me to my room and I finally got someone (who I later found out was one of the animation team) to show me to my room. I was a little disappointed that there was no water in the room on arrival, but the room itself was clean, tidy and quite nice. There was a quiz one evening but it was all in French. The animation team are fab and and have so much energy! All inclusive drinks stop at 11pm. Wasps are a big problem around by the pool! Wifi in reception good. Lots of bird poo on my balcony and a pigeon nesting on the outside of the bathroom windowsill. But overall really enjoyed myself and had a lovely relaxing week with plenty of sunshine.

  • Stayed July 2014, travelled solo
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3 Thank Zoe W
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 27 July 2014 via mobile

We were pretty excited about visiting the Marrakech Ryads Parc & SPA as most of the reviews seemed ok and the hotel looked lovely!

We arrived on a Sunday evening and reception staff showed us to our room which was pretty nice apart from our door not locking from the inside. Not a major thing though.

Decided we would get the key to the safe so we could sort our stuff out and start our holiday! Went over to reception on the Sunday eve to ask for they key where we were told there wasn't one and to come back in the morning and if they can't find the key we could change rooms. It was more like the bloke on reception couldn't be bothered to sort it out. Went back the next morning where I had to explain the whole thing again about the key to a new man. He told us to go back in 10 minutes and it would be sorted. So we went for breakfast and decided amongst ourselves that it was probably better to pack up our staff and head to reception and just get a new room as the key was obviously lost.

So, went back down with our cases where we were told a further 10 mins to sort it out, so we sat in reception using the free wifi and waited!
After half an hour my boyfriend asked how much longer it would take when he was told another hour! This was ridiculous! We had to demand the safe being fixed or a new room there and then as we had by this point waisted a morning!! They then said to go back to our room and await an engineer who was going to meet us there instantly. You guessed it, he didn't come! 2 phone calls to reception eing told he's on his way and 40 minutes later, nothing so we went down to the pool and decided to sort out later. It was eventually sorted out around lunch time!! Clearly they couldn't be bothered!

In the buffet restaurant were there was a wide variety of food, with 2 live stations cooking food in front of you, and located at the opposite side was a stone baked pizza oven! Food generally ok, salads, pasta etc. Did find that the left over lunch was served slightly different at dinner most eves. Ordered a pizza which was lovely, and decided to have another one few nights later, big mistake!! The boy on there clearly didn't know how to make pizzas! Raw chick was put on my pizza and put in the pizza oven, and literally no less than 5 minutes later he pulled it out sliced it up and gave it to me! With the chicken still looking very much raw! When I questioned he huffed and put it back in the oven, again only for a few minutes then when removing he kind of lost half of it, then next thing you k ow he's managed to burn the pizza oven!! So just make sure your foods thoroughly cooked!!

No beers in the buffet restaurant, and no diet drinks as part of all inclusive! They wanted to charge 20 dirums per can of diet drink!!

Pool area was great, very big!

Entertainment focused around the French. Quiz night purely for them!! Evenings dire with nothing to do and because your half hour out its a bit far to venture into marrakech itself!

All in all I would probably not suggest you staying here unless you dont mind boring evenings and lazing by the pool in the day! And reception staff that can't be bothered to help!

And to top it off I caught a serious infection flew home poorly and ended up in my local a&e on a drip!

Stick to proper 4*/5* if you want luxury I'd say this was no more than 3*.

Stayed July 2014, travelled as a couple
6 Thank pinklipgloss82
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 24 July 2014

My husbnd and I have just returned after a weeks all inclusive holiday. Have to say that I was not expecting much after reading some of these reviews however we loved it here! The food was excellent, plenty of choice and flavoursome. We did not have one bad meal throughout our whole stay. My husband particularly enjoyed the tagine cooked food which was spicy and hot and made with local ingredients. I particularly enjoyed the salads and fruit. The local white wine that was served with the meals was good quality and strong and the local lager was good too.
The staff were happy and helpful and we couldn't fault them. Although the hotel is remote its the perfect place to chill out. TIP if you go on the shuttle bus to Marrakech City take a trip on the horse and carriage its the perfect way to fully appreciate and explore this colourful and diverse city and the people that live here. it costs about £28 for an hours ride and is well worth it. TIP Do NOT take American Express Travellers Checks to Morrocco most banks refuse to cash them. Take Euros or Sterling they are easily converted.
We would love to return here and plan on doing so next year. Loved it!

  • Stayed July 2014, travelled as a couple
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5 Thank Mariaandjeff
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 24 July 2014 via mobile

This is a good enough hotel, staff genuinely friendly and helpful, but you must remember you are in a predominantly French & Arabic speaking country so if you are from the UK and have none or even basic schoolboy French you may find basic conversation strained. The music is very odd mix of disco type electronica and scratched mp3 ripped from the net. They became a little waring by the fourth night and by the day we left I was praying for a power cut!
The map on arrival is of course in French a poorly photocopied sheet with and oddly drawn map of the hotel grounds, informs guests that they can check-in up until 14:00 but must check out by 12:00. If any later they will charge you an extra 350Dh ( £25) so be warned. There is also a tourist tax on all people who are foolish enough to come. This in our case was 150Dh (£10.71) which we had to pay in cash.
On arrival from the airport on a pretty rickety transfer bus that (in the UK would have been condemned to the scrap-heap long ago) we were greeted by a chap who asked us to complete a long registration form (blood type, inside leg measurement, shoe size) well I guess as the French created "beaurocracy" so they had to give the Moroccans a special leaving gift as only a departing colonist could.
Morocco is a closed country for currency purposes so I suggest get ripped off at the beareau de change at the airport or risk the fluctuating exchange rates at the hotel reception. The rate on my arrival was 13Dh/£1. Which to be fair are clearly displayed on the counter along with the shuttle bus to the centre (ish) of Marrakech.
I am not going to go on about the Berbers and the Arabs here you can do your own research. Just remember that the bloody stupid regulations on liquids are still in place meaning that as you arrive at the airport unless you are prepared any bottles with a contents of 100ml or more will be discarded before security. I am sure these are all resold on some market stall (in Stansted Mount Fitchet) by the airport cleaners. Meaning that Boots have a ready supply if pissed-off holiday makers (like me) who want to buy sun cream, washing powder, ice cold water, crisps and sandwiches.
We stayed in a twin room with air-con Room No 505 it overlooked the pool, which as you will see from others pics if the hotel is a large squiggle shape with ample sun loungers and sun brollies.
We stayed for 5 days (Arriving on the Sunday and departing on the Thursday). I think that unless you have lots of things planned a relaxing day by the pool would be a good bet. You can get a shuttle into the town centre but apart from tourist crap not sure why you'd want to. It's not a very lovely city it's low-rised with very few tall-buildings to use as a term of reference. As a result you will however brave you claim to be need a guide - and please take my advice and get one recommended by someone else in the hotel not the reception staff as they all appear to be related to a Berber who has a brother whose cousin's sister's aunt's mother's son "will take you for good price"!
This basically means you for a fixed fee (arranged this in advance normally 350Dh) he will take you to a commune of women who produce Argan Oil (basically almonds crushed by women all Berber by hand to you and me) all the prices are missing, they give you their price for shower gel - trust me it's not worth the price you pay. Say 140Dh and they say 150Dh. You counter with 110Dh they counter with 115Dh and it's a done deal. The fact that you can get the same stuff from 'Holland and Barrett' in the uk for £1.26 is not the point it's that you have helped their economy. Or have you?
Then your guide (or licensed Bandit) takes you to his other cousin who runs a jewellers and so it goes on. You feel pressured into buying stuff you neither need or in some cases get back to the UK. A ceremonial curved dagger (good luck getting that through customs on your return)? A huge Tuareg carpet made in the Atlas Mountains. Be on your guard and if like me you feel you have been conned (£344 for a bit of silver jewellery and some orange shoes) put it down to the fact that if you ever come again leave your credit cards at home.
From our room we had access to the all inclusive bar (via a bracelet of plastic in various colours to let the staff know you are all inclusive (Blue) of half-board (Yellow) which means no free booze) we made ample use if the bar consuming on average 9 Gin & Tonics morning and afternoons, followed by copious amounts if scotch at night. So much so we were referred to as the "Brothers Gin" by the staff.
Not everything is included in "all inclusive" as others have pointed out snacks are extra from the pool bar. On that point the bar is an eclectic mix of styles it looks like it could be a breakfast room yet, although all the tables are laid for a meal we never saw anyone eat in there except loads of kids from the kids club? There is an odd aroma in there too can't describe it! There is also a large amount of swallows or House martins - but sandfly not singing "Happy Hours Again". Also if you sit on the veranda in the afternoon be aware that on the ground floor it's wasp central along with a huge colony of ants. There are also cicada's who twitch in the heat if the night. We spent our afternoon between Gins trapping the wasps in various glasses asking the question - if there is a god why did he create wasps?
The main reception are is roomy with a high ceiling to make it feel cooler than the outside. It works but it gets very hot here.
The dining room is huge with swathes of silk curtains to break up the hugeness of it. Food is displayed on chilled counters and looks pretty similar for Breakfast lunch and supper. There is also a grill and pizza area, although I never was tempted by having a Morrocan style pizza!
Good luck and get a proper street map of Marrakech before you leave the uk. The hotel is a long way from the centre a taxi will cost 150dh shuttle bus drops you some distance from the town centre. Leaving you at the mercy of the Berber hoards of taxi drivers. It seems there are just as many taxi drivers as there are tourists. The taxi is an option if you really don't mind being driven the long way round to a place that by foot is about two hundred yards. They may well offer a tour of the city but the transfer bus people will collect you from the hotel and not rip you off. So when they collect you from the airport they will give you a confusing looking trip itinerary - have a good read and if you chose the Atlas Mountains explain clearly that you have no interest in Berber culture, artisans or cooperatives.

Stayed July 2014
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Property: Marrakech Ryads Parc & Spa by Blue Sea
Address: Douer Ouled Benrrahmoun | El Bour, Marrakech 40000, Morocco
Region: Morocco > Marrakech-Tensift-El Haouz Region > Marrakech
Bar / Lounge Business Centre with Internet Access Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access Airport Transportation
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#10 Top resorts Hotel in Marrakech
#126 Spa Hotel in Marrakech
#145 Luxury Hotel in Marrakech
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Hotel Class:4 star — Marrakech Ryads Parc & Spa by Blue Sea 4*
Number of rooms: 260
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Blue Sea Hotels & Resorts are delighted to invite you to the Marrakech Ryads Parc and Spa, a traditionally-designed resort offering a peaceful, family-friendly base from which to explore the cultural wonders, unbeatable shopping and intriguing sights of Marrakech. The Marrakech Ryads Parc and Spa is home to 260 light and spacious rooms, distributed across 13 riads in keeping with traditional Moroccan architecture. Each air-conditioned room includes satellite TV and a mini bar, plus a private balcony or terrace from which views of either the swimming pool, lush gardens or dramatic Atlas Mountains can be enjoyed. With its huge outdoor swimming pool, children's pool and terraces, guests at Hotel Marrakech Ryads Parc & Spa can soak up the year-round sunshine before cooling down with a refreshing dip. For a respite from the Morocco sun, head to the hotel's additional indoor swimming pool or unwind with a cocktail at the poolside bar. For the ultimate in relaxation, the hotel's renowned EDEN Spa is on hand to provide a wide range of treatments. This sensation wellness centre offers multi-sensory spas and a spectacular range of treatments and facilities that focus on the five elements of the Earth. For energetic guests, the Ryad Parc and Spa Marrakech boasts several sports courts including tennis, basketball and football, plus an on-site gym. With a varied entertainment programme on offer during the day, followed by organised shows every evening and an on-site nightclub, guests can rest assured that both relaxation and activities are catered for at the Marrakech Ryads Parc and Spa. The two restaurants offer a delicious range of modern and traditional dishes, served buffet style or a la carte once a week. Or perhaps jump on the hotel's free organised bus service into the centre of Marrakech to indulge in the wide range of Moroccan delicacies and sample the local cuisine. ... more   less 
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