Just spent 8 nights at 3Mages. Great service from everybody - lovely breakfasts and dinners on the nights we ate "in". It's amazing that the place can be so quiet and comfortable considering the situation. A few steps from the front door your are In The hustle and bustle of daily life in the Medina. Being a bit older than the average guest (we are in our 80's) we were happy to spend our mornings on the roof terrace and then go out for lunch and to explore. It has to be said that Moroccan food offers limited choices for a long stay and we tried to eat somewhere different most nights. La Bagatelle and the Rotisserie both in Rue Yugoslavie in the new town were really nice and reasonably priced. For our last night Mamounia - about £60 per head but good food, luxurious surroundings and friendly service - almost as good as Les Trois Mages!!!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This traditional Moroccan Riad has a large terrace with a heated pool next to a beautiful shaded tent. There are five en suite air conditioned bedrooms and one stunning suite with its sunken Moroccan bed. Downstairs we have a grand piano in the music room, a sunlit bache and a spacious cloistered sitting room dominated by a large open fireplace. Beautiful Moroccan drapes and furnishings complete the understated elegance of this tranquil haven. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Riad Les Trois Mages Hotel Marrakech
- Riad Les Trois Mages Marrakech