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Dar Radya

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Dar Radya is a former traditional riad and is located in Marrakech's Medina; we are nestled in between Derb Jemaa el Fna Square and opposite the Koutobia

We offer 5 Oriental style ensuite rooms: all five rooms have been renovated in respect of materials and the traditional architecture of the real old Marrakech's riads

The main courtyard is decorated by a large traditional terrace and citrus trees

During your stay you will appreciate its coolness in the summer, while you will enjoy the winter sun on the large terrace on the roof

It can be also rented for its entirety and accommodate up to 10 people(only a couple or friends).

Smoking Policy

Entire property is non smoking

Child friendly

Pets

Not accepted

Check in time 12.00pm

Check out time 13.00pm

Breakfast is included in the on-line room rates

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Highlights

  • Free Breakfast
  • Air Conditioning
  • Laundry Facilities

Important Information

Smoking Policy
Entire property is non smoking

Child friendly

Pets

Not accepted

Check in time 12.00pm
Check out time 13.00pm

Breakfast is included in the on-line room rates

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Hotel Amenities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Breakfast Included

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  • Laundry Facilities

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