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Had 4 nights here on the 15th of May 2016 and as soon as we arrived we were upgraded to a larger room at no extra cost, we were the only guests during this period and the owner Mohamed went out of his way to...More
It was very hot and the rooms have no air conditioning although a unit was fitted. The owner said air conditioning is not available / does not work. We could not sleep. Next day on insisting something needs to be done about AC, he said...More
As two brothers who had never been to Marrakech before, we couldn't ask for a nicer host and nicer hotel! What better way to start the trip than with a beautifully cooked tagine on our first night, freshly prepared and exquisitely presented by Mohammed. Beautifully...More
Riad el Farah is a little haven within a busy (but wonderful) city. We arrived late as a result of a delayed flight and Mohammad picked us up from the airport and shared his dinner with us since it was too late to go out...More
We booked this trip via easy jet, it is located in the Medina (old town) so you pretty close to almost all the sights in walking distance. If you want to get to the ones in the new town the host is happy to assist...More
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US$33 - US$128 (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.