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Dar el Qadi

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  • Excellent67%
  • Very good20%
  • Average9%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible0%
26 Sep 2016
“Nice once you get there”
25 Nov 2015
“Wonderful Riad in the Center of the Medina.”
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Reviewed 27 September 2016 via mobile

This property is clean and comfortable with nice staff and good food BUT it is an absolute pain to get to. It is really in the back blocks of the medina and in 4 days I could not get two and from without a guide....More

Thank chewat
Reviewed 25 November 2015

Beautiful Riad, with amazing architecture, big rooms and stunning decorative interior. All of this combined with a roof terrace which hold sights on Marrakech beyond belief. Very friendly and helpful staff, good location (which is very calming within the busy Medina) with delicious breakfast. In...More

1  Thank Matthiasdh
Reviewed 15 February 2015

This 17th century riad belonged to a judge (el Qadi). It has been carefully and respectfully restored by its owner who holds a PhD specialized in Moroccan architecture. The result is just superb! The atmosphere is the most authentic you can get in Marrakech :...More

18  Thank Altiplanolama
Reviewed 14 January 2014

It is very nice place to stay! We had a big family suite, at first the yellow and when we came back from our roundtrip then we stayed in the big white suite with skylight. It was my favorite riad throughout all our Morocco trip....More

Thank Ott K
Reviewed 4 December 2013

certainly the most authentic rhiad experience of my stay: lovingly and meticulously restored to its original glory. provided a fascinating study of how traditional rhiads worked - this one housing the local judge who went up to his tower to consider his verdicts apparently. the...More

Thank hugo c
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"When travelling with plus 3 persons ask for a suite."
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"All the traditional Riads have windows on the inner patio only"
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"several suites including stunning guest suite. downstairs maybe lack privacy so i d recommend first floor"
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"Go higher than the ground floor if you value more privacy."
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