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Riad Les 5 Soeurs
Ranked #409 of 1,170 Marrakech B&B and Inns
Reviewed 14 July 2014

Really enjoyed our stay at this beautiful Riad. The whole place is cozy, very clean and quiet. The food is delicious and the staff is very kind. We found a really family atmosphere.
Thank to Abdel for all the explanations and advices and to Youssef for his really friendly, kind and helpful presence..especially for his amazing smile :)
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  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 30 May 2014

This is a beautiful Riad. The rooms are luxurious and comfortable, the whole place is calm and beautiful, the staff is charming and helpful and the dinner we had there was delicious. In the mornings we were served really nice breakfast on the roof terrace, and the place was spotlessly clean. The Riad is located in the Medina and central to many sights and also the souks and the great square. We will definitely come back there.

Room Tip: We stayed in the 'Maroon Room', but all the rooms are lovely.
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  • Stayed: May 2014, travelled with family
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Reviewed 22 April 2014

Really enjoyed our stay at this authentic Riad right in the Medina and the hussle and bussle of narrow lanes. Some of the rooms are quite small but you have plenty of public spaces which are rarely used as there aren't that many rooms anyway. The different prices of the rooms reflect the sizes of them. Generally, the place felt more like we were in someone's home than in a hotel. The staff were exceptionally friendly and helpful. The rooms were very lovingly equipped and very clean. We got a bit of a fright on arrival when our transfer left us at the gate of the Medina and we entered the narrow streets but once you enter the Riad it's like an oasis. The rooftop garden is so quite and it's hard to belief all the noisy streets are just below. When you stay there you feel you have totally immersed in this country. When you leave the Medina though and go to the New City or to other luxury hotels outside you feel you are in a different country, where everything is modern and European standard

Room Tip: The very different prices reflect the very different sizes and standard of the rooms. if you have a...
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  • Stayed: April 2014, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 14 April 2014

We had a 3 day trip to Marrakech and am so glad we chose this spot. The welcome was warm and friendly, and as a 1st time visitor to Marrackech I was glad we opted for an airport transfer. We arrived to an evening meal (which again at 8pm I was glad we had prearranged) and the food was delicious. Note: don’t stuff yourself on the 1st course of salad (rice & seasoned veg) as there was so much more to come we couldn’t finish it all. My sister and I travelled together and although we felt Marrakech safe, the fact that Abdel lent us a mobile phone in case we got lost was the kind of service I was really appreciative of. The location is perfect – less than 10 min walk from djemaa el fna through streets where you’re so distracted by what’s going on, you’re home before you know it. Marrakech is hectic but hilarious – you have to go with the flow. Great spot, lovely Riad, fantastic staff!

  • Stayed: March 2014, travelled with family
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Reviewed 7 April 2014

We were a mother and daughter that travelled together and we picked the perfect spot to make our base. We booked transfers with the hotel, which were a tad expensive, but as we were new to the country and location, we thought this was best. Airport shuttles and trains to the new city hotels are available, as well as buses and taxi's, so not too bad if you have not booked a transfer. As we arrived, we were in shock. Coming from England, you don't expect such a poverty struck place but this also became part of it's charm. As we got to the gate of Derb El Kardi, we were met by Abdel, the manager, who led us to the riad, gave us tea and tried to reconcile two culturally shocked holidaymakers. He was so hospitable, gave us a map, a moroccan phone and showed us the little clues that ensure you get back to the Riad. We had no problem going to and from the Jamaa El Fna square because even if you do get lost, people tell you even before you ask and you find your own way. The people were very friendly and it is one of the safest place I have ever been to. As long as you stay wise, just like you would anywhere else. Just look out for people who are targeting tourists and that to lead you to a tannery. Anyways, we had dinner at the riad once and it was amazing. Khadija is an amazing cook and her breakfasts every morning kept us going until early evening. Having breakfast on the terrace and dinner in the common room was an amazing experience. The staff became our friends and made our stay memorable. In short, this is THE place to stay for people who want to be able to get to the main square but want to embrace the Morrocan culture. After saying here, there is no chance I would say in Gueliz, it doesn't have the same charm. Any kind of safety issues that we had were altered when we were told that there was a Night watchmen, Yussef. There are no keys in this riad but there is a safe and a lock on the inside. The shower was amazing, good pressure and temparature. Beds were very comfortable and we were greated with fruit and a bottle of water in our room when we arrived. As well as being offered tea regularly. Overall, we have never felt so at home on holiday and we cannot wait to go back very soon.

Room Tip: We stayed in the brown room but I would recommend the suites, such as the Grey or Chocolate room.
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  • Stayed: March 2014, travelled with family
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Reviewed 9 March 2014

We would highly recommend the Riad les 5 Soeurs during your stay in Marrakech. We went as a group of three families with children from the preschool age to teenagers, and we were not disappointed!

The staff could not be more helpful and friendly, in fact the help starts the moment you arrive, a taxi was waiting at the airport, bags collected from car, a thorough explanation of where the riad is located in relation to the main sites with a welcome mint tea, so ubiquitous here. Location is great - close to the square yet not so close so as to be noisy, and easy to find. Only one of our group lost their way once, and it was an adult!

The rooms were excellent and their common room was very good, especially for a large group such as ours. The best part, however was the breakfast esp. up on the terrace with a view of the snow-clad Altas range; the range of food, the hospitality was amazing.

We had our dinner there only once, and while it was very good, we felt that it was expensive compared to the street food that we reveled in. The recommendation for Isis Hamam was also very good

We were very impressed by the staff (Abdel & Youssef) for their help, cheerful nature, and the night-time tea and coffee. We would be happy to go there again.

Room Tip: The first rooms would be better due to less disturbance from other guests; the Chocolate room is our...
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  • Stayed: February 2014, travelled with family
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Reviewed 27 February 2014

There isn't anything not to like about this Riad. We had the 2 rooms upstairs with our teenage kids on the opposite of the court yard. In between was a beautiful sitting area and dinner table where we ate one night. The food was better than anything else we had in Marrakech. The breakfast served on the roof terrace was great too. The staff were friendly and helpful through-out our five day stay. The walk to the main square is straight forward (we only got lost once!) and the views from the roof top of the Atlas Mountains is breathtaking.

Stayed: February 2014, travelled with family
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Address: 250, Derb Kadi | Bab Aïlen, Marrakech 40000, Morocco
Region: Morocco > Marrakech-Tensift-El Haouz Region > Marrakech
Amenities:
Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Restaurant Room Service Suites
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Ranked #409 of 1,170 B&Bs / Inns in Marrakech
Price Range: £67 - £121 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Riad Les 5 Soeurs 3*
Number of rooms: 4
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
An authentic Riad in the heart of the Old City (Medina) where charm, calm and the kindness of the team will make your stay unforgettable. Very well located in the ramparts of the "Medina", at only few minutes of the famous Jemaa El Fna's place, the souks, the museums, but also beside the Royal golf and of the golf of Amelkis ... more   less 
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