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We stayed for 4 nights. At the beginning it was quite hard to find the place. Spent in the taxi for about an hour and paid 300 DH for it. Few kids showed us direction but had to to pay 50 DH for them. When...More
Booked 10 days in advance on Hotels.com. Got to hotel at midnight after delayed flight and was told room was not available? Guy was unhelpful and rude. Did not take other hotel as seems a trick, also would not say how far it was or...More
The riad has only four rooms. Here works at least six persons.
We stayed three nights. At arrival the atrium was quite messy with a lot of leaves. We got a small room and was told to get another room the next day but we...More
Avoid at all costs. The staff in this lodge were continually deceitful to us, first by not mentioning the existence of an additional tax when we booked online. Second they offered a tour at a vastly inflated price, finally they lied about the price of...More
The bedroom had a double and single bed, and sitting area with en suite shower room and toilet, situated on the first floor around a central open courtyard hung with jasmine, with birds in. So there was birdsong in the mornings. The air conditioning worked...More
US$30 - US$54 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#142 Romantic Hotel in Marrakech
#196 Luxury Hotel in Marrakech
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This hotel looks lovely but have read somewhere on one of the sites that children are not allowed. Is this the case? I have a teenage daughter.
15 April 2015|
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Response from Taymi M | Reviewed this property |
I will recomend you contact directly the staff at Riad Eliane and ask for Lorena or Bahdr. They will be able to answer all your questions. I honestly don't think having your teenage daughter may be a problem... More
I will recomend you contact directly the staff at Riad Eliane and ask for Lorena or Bahdr. They will be able to answer all your questions. I honestly don't think having your teenage daughter may be a problem, perhaps for a toddler could pose a problem for the Riad it self due to loud crying. Keep in mind that the Riad's in the Medina are small, intimate accommodations. Somewhat like staying in a Bed & Breakfast vs an actual Hotel.
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