x The average starting price for a place to stay in Marrakech is £45 per night.
Sidi Ahmed Soussi Derb Talmoudi 34Outstanding 100%
N°13, Derb Lfarane Riad LaaroussOutstanding 100%
Derb Dabachi N°10 Znikat Rahba KedimaOutstanding 100%
Derb Absbane 46, Riad LarrousseOutstanding 100%
48 Derb El Ferrane Riad LaaroussOutstanding 100%
Houmate Berrima, Derb Chtoka n°6 40 000Outstanding 98%
lporras I've just returned from spending a week in Marrakech with my wife where we stayed at the riad Khabia. From the moment we step on the riad, the most charming was the exquisite attention from Julien and his mother. With a welcome tea, they offered on a detailed map of the Medina, a series of recommendations on the main places to visit, eat and make excursions outside the city. I must say that in all cases the councils have been very useful. And as a climax, he accompanied us on a walk of half an hour to give us some guidelines helpful to first delve into the maze of streets of the medina. Moreover, the riad offers every comfort to rest peacefully: the breakfasts on the terrace, where we also could see spectacular sunsets, cozy courtyard with its pool, the warmth of the room lit with candles at night and with an excellent bathroom with all amenities. No doubt highly recommended. We won't hesitate to return to this riad.
No 39 Derb Kabada - Prince Avenue Marrakech MedinaOutstanding 96%
Riad Zitoune Jdid, Derb Zenka Dika, no. 40Outstanding 95%
maymaloney Hostel Riad Marrakech Rouge is the best hostel that I have stayed in in over six years of independent travel. It is simply beautiful inside and the rooms, breakfast and atmosphere make it the ideal place to relax and chat to other guests. The owners and staff are extremely helpful and they have succeeded in creating an oasis in the middle of a fabulous, and occasionally frenetic, city. This hostel is wonderfully located, and easy to find (keep in mind that the name is not on the door - which adds volumes the the 'best kept secret' element of the hsotel). Aditionally the Berber tent on the roof and the numerous hang-out areas make this a great place to meet travellers, swap stories and find out where to go next. There is even a hamman in the upstairs shower if you fancy a scrub down sauna! Fran and Abdullah are most hospitable hosts and are both fonts of knowledge. You will be enchanted by this hostel.
ro-schli I really recommend staying there! The house is beautiful and in comparison with other budgetoptions outstandingly clean and tidy!! The stuff is very friendly, honest and helpful and the breakfast was plenty. Hot shower and TOILETPAPER!!! But, if you go there for the first time. Dont make the mistake we did and try to find it in the puring rain, by night without having the adress. The name of the place is apperesntly not known by the inofficial guides and there are no signs in the medina that would guide you there.
105 Derb Moulay Abdelkader DabachiExcellent 94%
kim.zietlow great riad close to jem el-fna. just a short walk, let's say 5-7 min, through the lively souks away. owned by lovely french lady, hosted by nice moroccan guy called kudus. he is responsible for your stay, offers you tea, makes you breakfast, helps you out with any issue you may have. definitely worth the money! a quiet oasis in hectic marrakesh streets. just walk through the door and enjoy the silence and hospitality. I will certainly come back!!
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