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We booked in june for five nights. The booking was confirmed. When we arrived in the evening at the riad, the hotel manager told us on a employee's phone that he had cancelled the reservation.
There was no room for us and there was no...More
Nothing about this place was recommendable. The wifi was out, one morning we had no water in the bathroom, the toilet was running when we arrived and had to be fixed. One couple in our group had no electricity in the bathroom. The first morning...More
With Roman atrium.. This is the Perfect House to stay in Marrakesh as you get an Impression how people were living long time ago.
Impressive...as do different from the western style of housing...the house is huge with lots of open rooms in the ground floor.
We booked this riad for a group of 10 women on a hen weekend in Marrakech, and were very happy with our stay.
Yousef was particularly friendly and polite, and was on hand to help us with whatever we needed, whether it be serving us...More
We fly to Marrakesh every 3 months or so for business and like to change riads to see different places. We have booked at the Dar Silsila because of its location and the pictures looked great. We arrived late and went out to have diner,...More
US$101 - US$106 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#53 Family Hotel in Marrakech
#130 Romantic Hotel in Marrakech
#170 Luxury Hotel in Marrakech
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I don't think this riad is disable friendly. Most of riads are build as traditional lodging, which means they are not exactly disable friendly. What is the level of your mobility? By the way, Marrakech as a whole... More
I don't think this riad is disable friendly. Most of riads are build as traditional lodging, which means they are not exactly disable friendly. What is the level of your mobility? By the way, Marrakech as a whole is not exactly disable friendly.
I found a link that may be useful for you but I am not allowed to post a link in this reply. You may search "marrakech disable access". I clicked the first link and it looked reasonable.
Yeah, there will be people to help you but most of them will expect "tips". Another option is, if you can find a good tour guide to take you around, it may be a better/possible option. This person will certainly assist you to move around. If you need a good tour guide, let me know. I happened to use one and become a good friend of this local. He is honest and helpful. By the way, for the US standard (I don't know what country are you from), hiring a tour guide is pretty affordable. Well, you need to find the right one so you won't get rip off. :)
Best of luck!
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"Suite on the top floor was lovely, private and quiet."