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29 Derb ben Allal, Place Ben Salah Medina, Marrakech, Marrakech, Morocco Map Send to a friend

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Riad Aubrac

29 Derb ben Allal, Place Ben Salah Medina, Marrakech

Highlights

  • Free Breakfast
  • Free WiFi
  • Swimming Pool
  • Air Conditioning
  • 24 Hour Check-In
  • Airport Transfers
  • Luggage Storage

Important Information

If cancelled or modified up to 4 days before date of arrival, no fee will be charged.
If cancelled or modified later or in case of no-show, the total price of the reservation will be charged.

Check In: 12.00 AM
Check Out: 11.30 AM

Luggage storage possible!
Method of Payment upon arrival: Cash and Credit Cards

Breakfast is included.
Taxes are included.

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Marrakech

Imperial city of Morocco and emblem (it gave its name) abroad, Marrakech is a medieval city which has over 700 000 habitants and is always been the tourist capital. Marrakech (third city of the kingdom) is located at 242 km from Casablanca, 334 km from Rabat and Fez 500 km. Marrakech is called the red city because of land colors of all buildings and houses.

• Change in Morocco

1 Euro = approximately 11 dirhams.

There are tickets in Morocco from 20 to 200 dirhams and parts from 0.5 to 10 dirhams.

• Official Language in Morocco

The official language in Morocco is Arabic, but most people speak French or have at least some concepts.

• Taxis in Marrakech

If you do not use public transportation (very cheap and very well served), take taxis, but make sure that the counter is on when driving.The prices are very low (compared to France for example). Les Petits Taxis can not leave Marrakesh. At night the price was legally increased by 50% but often must negotiate the course, especially out of nightclubs. For your longer trips outside of Marrakech, you will need to borrow the Great Taxi (price negotiable).

• Guides in Marrakech

If you want to visit Marrakech and its surroundings, there are the real guides (with their badge) and wrong which guides you approach under cover of a banal discussion (as to avoid the police chases).

• Time zones in Morocco

2 hours shift in summer. If 14 hours in Morocco it is 16 hours in France.

1 hours offset in winter. If 14 hours in Morocco it is 15 hours in France.

• Water in Morocco

Even if the water is drinkable, we recommend bottled mineral water for sale everywhere in Morocco (Sidi Ali, Sidi Harazem, Danone, Sky, etc ...)

• Health in Morocco

In many pharmacies in Marrakech, there are almost all routine medications. Private hospitals are a comfort and general practitioners very professional. So no worries on that side. Beware of sunstroke.

• Purchasing in Morocco

All prices are negotiable and debatable within 40%. (except in some shops reported). Know negotiate, trade, enjoy, take your time and stay calm. Beware of 'antiques' very expensive and avoid copies that may cause you trouble at the airport back home.

• Tips for Morocco

Know that people are still poor and that your generosity will be greatly appreciated by Moroccans (guards, waiters, maids, shop, miscellaneous personal). Regarding the parking of cars, let the day 5 dirhams and 10 dirhams per night.

• The Driving in Marrakech

Be careful, driving is very special in Marrakech. Between buses, cars, mopeds, bicycles, pedestrians and donkeys should always be focused on the road. The roads are usually good and maintained although sometimes very narrow (Medina). Belt not mandatory in the city. Speed 40 km / h. Careful to respect the traffic lights and stops because the police watching the night, many vehicles have no lights. Distrust ...

° Arriving by your own car: This can also be a very challenging option if not prepared : need a local map of the city ! The streets in the Medina are very narrow, there are NO street names and from 5:00 pm street are extremely busy with pedestrians.!!The best option is to enter the Medina by the East of the city through Baab GHAMAT Then go straight along the Lycée Mohamed V and park in a parking which is located 20 meter on the right after the Lycée entrance. There is a little sign: P 24/24. Call the riad and we will send a local trolley men ( Carossa) to help you with the luggage and take you to the Riad.

Please note:

Cancellation Policy: 2 days before arrival

Check In: 1.00 pm

Check Out: 12.00 noon

Luggage storage possible!

Method of Payment upon arrival: Cash and Credit Cards

Breakfast is included.

Taxes are included.

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Important Information

If cancelled or modified up to 4 days before date of arrival, no fee will be charged.
If cancelled or modified later or in case of no-show, the total price of the reservation will be charged.

Check In: 12.00 AM
Check Out: 11.30 AM

Luggage storage possible!
Method of Payment upon arrival: Cash and Credit Cards

Breakfast is included.
Taxes are included.

Marrakech

Imperial city of Morocco and emblem (it gave its name) abroad, Marrakech is a medieval city which has over 700 000 habitants and is always been the tourist capital. Marrakech (third city of the kingdom) is located at 242 km from Casablanca, 334 km from Rabat and Fez 500 km. Marrakech is called the red city because of land colors of all buildings and houses.

• Change in Morocco

1 Euro = approximately 11 dirhams.

There are tickets in Morocco from 20 to 200 dirhams and parts from 0.5 to 10 dirhams.

• Official Language in Morocco

The official language in Morocco is Arabic, but most people speak French or have at least some concepts.

• Taxis in Marrakech

If you do not use public transportation (very cheap and very well served), take taxis, but make sure that the counter is on when driving.The prices are very low (compared to France for example). Les Petits Taxis can not leave Marrakesh. At night the price was legally increased by 50% but often must negotiate the course, especially out of nightclubs. For your longer trips outside of Marrakech, you will need to borrow the Great Taxi (price negotiable).

• Guides in Marrakech

If you want to visit Marrakech and its surroundings, there are the real guides (with their badge) and wrong which guides you approach under cover of a banal discussion (as to avoid the police chases).

• Time zones in Morocco

2 hours shift in summer. If 14 hours in Morocco it is 16 hours in France.

1 hours offset in winter. If 14 hours in Morocco it is 15 hours in France.

• Water in Morocco

Even if the water is drinkable, we recommend bottled mineral water for sale everywhere in Morocco (Sidi Ali, Sidi Harazem, Danone, Sky, etc ...)

• Health in Morocco

In many pharmacies in Marrakech, there are almost all routine medications. Private hospitals are a comfort and general practitioners very professional. So no worries on that side. Beware of sunstroke.

• Purchasing in Morocco

All prices are negotiable and debatable within 40%. (except in some shops reported). Know negotiate, trade, enjoy, take your time and stay calm. Beware of 'antiques' very expensive and avoid copies that may cause you trouble at the airport back home.

• Tips for Morocco

Know that people are still poor and that your generosity will be greatly appreciated by Moroccans (guards, waiters, maids, shop, miscellaneous personal). Regarding the parking of cars, let the day 5 dirhams and 10 dirhams per night.

• The Driving in Marrakech

Be careful, driving is very special in Marrakech. Between buses, cars, mopeds, bicycles, pedestrians and donkeys should always be focused on the road. The roads are usually good and maintained although sometimes very narrow (Medina). Belt not mandatory in the city. Speed 40 km / h. Careful to respect the traffic lights and stops because the police watching the night, many vehicles have no lights. Distrust ...

° Arriving by your own car: This can also be a very challenging option if not prepared : need a local map of the city ! The streets in the Medina are very narrow, there are NO street names and from 5:00 pm street are extremely busy with pedestrians.!!The best option is to enter the Medina by the East of the city through Baab GHAMAT Then go straight along the Lycée Mohamed V and park in a parking which is located 20 meter on the right after the Lycée entrance. There is a little sign: P 24/24. Call the riad and we will send a local trolley men ( Carossa) to help you with the luggage and take you to the Riad.

Please note:

Cancellation Policy: 2 days before arrival

Check In: 1.00 pm

Check Out: 12.00 noon

Luggage storage possible!

Method of Payment upon arrival: Cash and Credit Cards

Breakfast is included.

Taxes are included.

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Hotel Amenities

  • 24 hour reception
  • Air Conditioning
  • Airport Transfers
  • Breakfast Included
  • Café
  • Free City Maps
  • Free WiFi
  • Hairdryers
  • Housekeeping
  • Indoor Swimming Pool
  • Internet Access
  • Lounge
  • Luggage Storage
  • Meals available
  • Outdoor Terrace
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool
  • Towels Included

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  • 24 Hour Security

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  • Fax Service

inroom facilities

  • Safe Deposit Box

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  • Cable TV
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