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My husband Marcus and myself stayed at the Riad el Farah for a four day break. Mohamed our host was an excellent host and made us feel welcome in his beautiful home. Every evening we had a delicious authentic Moroccan meal. Mohamed showed us around...More
Mohammed is a great host and has plenty to share with his guests. We originally planned to stay for one night but extended this to two after he was so warm and friendly. His riad is beautifully simple and located in a quiet part of...More
Very nice Riad with helpful employees. Close to everything. Small pleasant swimming pool especially after hot days. Simple lunches and very good dinner on rooftops. Superior room was large and bed very comfortable.
Mohamed was the most hospitable host I have come across in a long time. From welcoming my friend and I at the airport to dropping us back at the airport on departure - he could not do enough to help us during our 4 day...More
Mohamed, who owns the riad, is an excellent host. He made me feel like part of his family and could not have been any more hospitable. Mohamed acts as tour guide and takes guests on trips. I also arranged airport transfers, which were great, no...More
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US$36 - US$68 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We paid £30 each for the half day tour, plus a little bit extra for lunch. Beware of the diversion to visit Mohammed's freind in the apothecary we ended buying some mint tea and hand cream for the handsome price of... More
We paid £30 each for the half day tour, plus a little bit extra for lunch. Beware of the diversion to visit Mohammed's freind in the apothecary we ended buying some mint tea and hand cream for the handsome price of £20!! Mohammed didn't charge us for his mini tour when he made sure that we would never get lost on our own. He is quite a character and likes to make sure people enjoy their holiday but can be a little too attentive at times. Don't let this put you off staying there though it really is a lovely place to stay. Hope you have a great time.