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Reviewed 19 May 2015 via mobile

The riad ensures you have everything you need and is very comfortable in the middle of so many people running/walking everywhere. It is a walk from the main square but we never felt in danger. They are an incredible staff and will ensure your stay is taken care of.

Stayed: May 2015
Thank corbs315
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ArihaMarrakech, Owner at Riad Ariha, responded to this reviewResponded 5 June 2015

Thank you so much for your review. We are so pleased you enjoyed your stay with us;
Cyrille and all the team at Riad Ariha

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Reviewed 7 April 2015

We have just come back from a 3 night stay in Riad Ariha and have had a most fabulous time. The staff were friendly and welcoming and so accommodating, even lending us a personal mobile phone so that we could call them when we got lost on the way back from the souks and they could dash out and rescue us from the teenage boys trying to lead us in the wrong direction.
We arrived with our own bottles of champagne and the staff were happy to let us keep it in their fridge so that we could enjoy a glass of fizz on the roof terrace in an evening. The meal we enjoyed there on the first night was equal to (if not better) than the more expensive restaurants we had booked on other evenings so we recommend eating there at least once during your stay.
I almost feel loathed to give the Riad too glowing a review as we would much rather keep it as our own secret hideaway in Marakech!
Loved every minute of our stay and have nothing bad to say about the place at all!

Room Tip: first floor rooms are perhaps slightly quieter, but they all looked lovely!
  • Stayed: March 2015, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 19 March 2015

This was a fabulous find in Marrakesh, a small Riad with a delightful open courtyard complete with lemon tree and rooftop terrace with comfortable sunbeds and couches so we could sit outside. The bedroom was clean and the beds were very comfortable, lashing of hot water and glorious local organic toiletries.The staff could not have been more helpful, Abdul lent us his mobile phone and came and found us on a couple of occasions when we got lost. Khadija the cook was awesome too, We had a cookery lesson with her which started with a trip out to the market to buy the food as well, the whole experience was great and at about £60 for 2 of us including all the ingredients was good value.
The Riad is about a 10 minute walk for the main square through some narrow alleys which could be a little off putting but the staff will take you to where you can set out on your own and then come and meet you if you need guiding back to the front door.
Abdul arranged a camel ride for us as well which was an experience!
This was real delight of calm and tranquility in a madly hectic city full of people, noise and smells of spice and incense would highly recommend a short break here.

Room Tip: we stayed n the Rose room on the ground floor, very comfortable with an awesome shower
  • Stayed: March 2015, travelled with family
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1  Thank Sarahet61
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Reviewed 23 January 2015

With only 5 rooms available, we were the only couple there for the first night and we were greeted with the night care taker Abdul who then served us Moroccan mint tea and sugar biscuits!

The riad is very quiet and a little confusing to find as we arrived at night. After the second night, coming back to the riad is a breeze.

The room was clean and we got a room with a toilet with bath tub and also a dome filled with colored glass stars above the toilet. It was relaxing and enjoyable to be in the toilet. I can't believe I said that but really it was enjoyable to be in the toilet!

The riad serves dinner and breakfast costing about 10 euros per person and it will be cooked on site by Khatijah however you need to inform the care taker in advance. The food was authentic and filling beyond imaginable.

Deco within the riad is beautiful yet simple. They even have a dipping pool for summer and a terrace to relax on. There a guide book available scattered within the riad and a fair amount of english books for the book worms.

Do ask the care takers for advise before stepping out of the riad as you may feel harassed by the local teenagers outside the riad and the whole of Marrakech.

Room Tip: choose the Jacaranda room its the only room with a bath tub and dome.
  • Stayed: January 2015, travelled as a couple
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4  Thank TReha
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Reviewed 2 January 2015

We stayed at the Riad for four nights between 24-28th December. The Riad is hidden away in the north of the Medina which is about 20 minutes walk from the main square and you can only travel by foot for the last five minutes or so. When walking to the Riad, the last five minutes or so might seem a bit strange as it's via lots of little dark alleys and mostly a 'locals' area, but once you get used to it, it's very nice to be away from the hustle and bustle of the touristy areas and all the locals were friendly and helpful.

The Riad itself was very nice and the staff are all helpful and lovely. The breakfasts were good and include a mixture of fresh orange juice, breads, simple cheese, eggs, a Moroccan pancake type thing, fruit and yoghurt.

Our room was very nice, big and clean and had a very impressive bathroom. The products provided are nice and the water in the bathroom was hot. If you are going in the winter time, the evenings can be cold and so make good use of the small electric heater provided in the rooms!

The Riad is a nice size and as there are only five rooms, there are people around but it's still quiet. The roof is a sun trap and the inner courtyard area is very nice (cool in the mornings).

During our stay the wifi didn't work very well.

Stayed: December 2014, travelled as a couple
Thank Richard V
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