We spend our last night in Marokko at Riad Helen. And it was soo nice to stay in a place where the people who run the Riad, could speake english. (We had stayed in 4 other places, where they couldnt speake any or very little english) And its just soo nice to be able to communicate and ask questions about the place and city you stay in! We met both Maxime and Mario, and they where very friendly and helpful! We had very nice breakfast and there was enough food! Where some of the other places, it was abit more simple!! And the Riad was just so beautiful and exactly as on the photos!! Thank you for a lovely last night in Marrakesh!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Between the great Bab Doukkala mosque and Dar El Bacha Palace, gateway to the antiques district, Riad Helen is only 10 minutes walk from the famous square Jemaa el Fna.Its 5 spacious and bright rooms are equipped with a double bed (possibility of an extra bed in one of them). In bathrooms covered with tadelakt (traditional Moroccan plaster) you will find towels, bathrobes and shower brand Les Sens de Marrakech.The Riad has a central patio with fountain where you can enjoy your breakfast or meals. Unless you prefer the dining room, convivial or terrace and a beautiful view over the rooftops of Dar El Bacha Palace.At Riad Helen there is no preset menu. ... more less
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