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I had a lovely stay in this Riad. The staff are very friendly and kind. It is in an excellent location to explore Marrakech, although the location was tricky to find without a friendly 'guide' (you'll find lots of local friendly 'guides' trying to help...More
Excellent staff, perfect location, comfortable and lovely rooms. We would stay here again in a heartbeat.
The hotel is a little difficult to find the first time if you're coming in by cab - you walk through some super cool alleys to get to the...More
The room and bathroom were big and Nice. We stayed for 2 nights with 4 people. The staf was also very kind. The location is excellent because the riad is just 5 minuten away from a Bab (door) and very clos to the djamaa k...More
I stayed at Dar Silsila in July, 2015 for two nights. The location is very close to the action center of Marrakech, Djemaa El Fna. It's hidden at an alley but I felt pretty safe walking around in the evening. There are two riads in...More
Just returned from an amazing stay at Dar Silsila riad in Marrakech. Centrally located, beautiful rooms, great food, fantastic terrace to relax on and the loveliest staff. We had such a great time. Breakfast on the terrace every morning was such a great start to...More
US$75 - US$113 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#129 Romantic Hotel in Marrakech
#164 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."