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All reviewsbooked a triple roomhistorical landmarkstraditional buildingmajor attractionslike royaltyan excellent dinnerarabian nightsswimming poolold cityowners and staffnarrow streetsbeautiful decorthoroughly enjoyed our staydelicious mint teamoroccan hospitalitytaginebeautiful place
A group(9) of us were treated by Moroccan song,drums, and belly dancers, and treated like royalty in the old palace. Great food. Amazing service. Khalid the owner is the nicest guy and made sure we were always satisfied and treated with the upmost respect. It...More
Spent 4 nights at this verh clean and relaxing riad.Staff kind and welcoming.Rooms comfortable and cleaned every day.would definitely go back.There was entertainment in the evenings some morracan music.Not much to do in evenings unless you go to main town centre about 15 minute drive...More
While the architecture is fantastic, and the building has a lot of potential, the room was not exactly clean - the bathroom was not clean, bathtub was clogged and there were stains on the bathroom rugs. I wouldn't agree with previous comments about opulent breakfast,...More
Much of this Riad would be rated five star. The building is fantastic, right out of Arabian Nights. Some decorative flourish everywhere you look. The welcome was effusive. The room was huge with two wings, each up it’s own staircase leading to two separate bedrooms....More
We got an Ambassor suite and it was awesome!! Trust me whole property is nothing short of a small Palace. From outside you can't guess what you're entering in to. Host Mr. Khalid and Ms. Ameena were very kind and all the staff as well....More