Nari Nari is part of a group of 5 hostels owned by the same family. We did not stay at Nari Nari but instead chose Hostel Riad Marrakech Rouge which is a few minutes away.
The reason for my review is to write a short note highlighting the hospitality shown to my girlfriend and I by the manager of Nari Nari, Zuhair (sorry if I spelled wrong!). After a visit to our hostel, Zuhair learned that we were interested in purchasing a few items in Marrakech and offered to show us where the best places are and how to get past the tourist tat. He spent several hours helping us bargain and only acted in our interest unlike other people with an interest in selling in Marrakech, and showed us from one place to the next whilst telling us more about Marrakech and his hostel. We ended up delighted with our purchases and whilst being indebted to him for his time and help, he insisted that we come back to his hostel for tea.
Nari Nari looked like a great hostel and somewhere we would be very happy to stay. Although we cannot really comment further, this review is to thank Zuhair for his hospitality and to tell everyone else that you will be in good hands if you stay here!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to Hostel Nari-Nari Marrakech; a hippy haven next to Place D'Jeema el Fna. If you want to learn about Moroccan life, cook a tagine, have an Arabic lesson, have a yoga lesson against the backdrop of an African sunset, or simply want to hang out in the lounge - a shisha in one hand, glass of tea in the other - Nari-Nari's may be your place of choice. Come and stay for a while! ... more less