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Riad Dar Dialkoum
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Reviewed 2 April 2012

We were warmly met and looked after very well for all of our week stay, we had the cheapest noisy room! But when taken into consideration that Marrakech outside the Riad is just short of a full on riot, we found any noise inside the Riad to be charming and quite normal. The helpfulness of Laurent, Muriel and all the staff was superb, we only had to mention anything and it was taken care of with a smile. The breakfast and dinners were as you would expect and we have not had such great tasting food for a long time. Regarding previous comments that it is in a sewer they are wrong, this is Marrakech North Africa NOT Disneyworld Florida, my wife have no problem with returning to a great Riad in a vibrant lively colourful city. Thanks to Laurent and Muriel for a great weeks holiday.

Room Tip: Read the previous reviews, study the Riad website, then email directly for info before deciding.
  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank TwinturboMalmesbury
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Reviewed 1 April 2012

I have visited this Riad twice now, once with my partner and once with my mum and both times it has been an amazing and beautiful place to stay. We recieved such a warm welcome from Laurent and muriel on arrival and throughout our stay they were so helpful and approachable advising us on places to visit and aiding us in our navigation through the medina.
The riad is located in the medina, a traditional building that is something very different from the modern built hotels that are normally on offer. Its interior is beautiful, tranquil and perfect for just relaxing in the afternoon when in need of a rest. Staying there was an experience all of it's own and I loved it both times. Marrakech is an extraordinary city, somewhere I have loved visiting and would return to again and again, riad dar dialkoum is the place I would always choose to stay.

  • Stayed: December 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 16 March 2012

This really is a special place but two things first : the sound proofing is not and cannot be as effective as would be ideal because of the structure of the building and the beautiful, authentic doors/windows. But with consideration/discretion it was fine. And secondly, the bed mattress was I am sure "traditional" but a bit firmer than I like - fine if your own bed is a futon! But...

...a lot of care, good taste and attention to detail has gone into the furnishing, facilities and decor which I loved! It felt luxurious but on an intimate scale!

I want to mention Amina because she worked hard but with such charm and kindness! The food was good (value) and I wondered whether I could watch the cook to learn some new skills!

Advice from Laurent and Muriel was peerless! The fish restaurant Al Bahyia was great and we really DID need to drink more water to stay hydrated!

Laurent and Muriel deserve their success because they clearly understand what matters most about creating a wonderful, multi-layered experience not just a short stay in a small hotel. It is about passion, integrity, kindness and doing as you would be done by!

Thank you for a wonderful stay!

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank AngelaG_11
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Reviewed 5 March 2012

This is such a peaceful and friendly Riad. Muriel and Laurent are wonderful and their introduction to Marrakech and map on arrival meant we made the most of our stay. Breakfast was fine, with plenty of great coffee and hot milk which I love, but not very varied, although eggs were available if you asked for them. All the rooms were good, with bottled water freely available, and fresh fruit in the room. One of the showers only produced luke warm water - maybe due to it not being very sunny as the supply is solar powered I think. The roof terrace is a sun trap and you can have meals up there, but it is a bit of a trek up and down the stairs for the poor staff! We would not hesitate to recommend this to anyone, whether families, singles, or couples. The location is brilliant as well. On the outer edge of the Medina, which means it is quieter but easy to walk everywhere in the city. The wireless only works in certain places in the Riad, but you can easily find a place to sit and use it, if you cannot get it in your room.

Room Tip: All the rooms are good. If you are traveling with friends or need rooms near one another, and want a bit more privacy away from the main courtyard, choose the Hannah and Malika rooms, which are at the back and on their own, above the smaller courtyard.
  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled with family
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Thank Seethingtravellers
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Reviewed 2 March 2012

We have just got back from staying here for four days and could not have asked for more! Muriel and Laurent were so incredibly helpful and kind to us during our stay. The Riad is in such a great location for walking into the souks and also to get to the new city. The breakfast every morning was very varied and filling for a long day! As this was our first trip to Marrakech having someone sit down with you when you arrive telling you good restaurants, good sights and the best places to makes the most of the trip and your money was such an amazing help and made our trip what it was. i would recommend this Riad to anyone!

Room Tip: all the rooms are lovely - we were lucky enough to be upgraded which was a delight!
  • Stayed: February 2012, travelled as a couple
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