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107, derb El Cadi, Azbest Medina
Dar Dallah or when a watermelon is transformed into Riad. Your host will make of it the point of departure of all the feelings that reserves the inextricable labyrinth of the medina, its unusual places, its cultural richness and its multiple escapades.
Bargain hunter, your host will indicate you craftsmen's best addresses...Collector, he will make you meet in their workshops, plastic artists with confirmed talent … Gourmet, he will know how to recommend you the good Marrakechia tables.
And for those who prefer the tranquillity of the house, Patrick will make his house yours and will provide you the little services which make your stay in the medina a rare moment...hammam, massage, etc.
In the event of a reservation cancellation, the Dar Dallah will apply the following cancellation policy and will charge any applicable fees to the client credit card used during the reservation process :
-Cancellations received 21-30 days before the confirmed arrival date are subject to a cancellation fee of 30% of total projected room costs.
-Cancellations received 11-20 days before the confirmed arrival date are subject to a cancellation fee of 50% of total projected room costs.
-Cancellations received 0-10 days before the confirmed arrival date are subject to a cancellation fee of 100% of total projected room costs.
Cancellation fees will be charged to the credit card supplied during the reservation process.
Two alcôves facing each other for this room " Art Deco": on one side a large bed(140X200)decorated with chiselled leather, on the orher side a shower completely made in "Hammam-style" grey tadelakt; the double glass doors looking onto the patio let make out, in winter, the brilliant lights of the fire. Room next to Wahed.
Bedspread in" bogolan " from Mali, pillowcases in " kuba " from Zaire and beige tadelakt on the ground give the "African" tone to this room situated on the floor, equipped with two beds (90X200) which can make only one; its bathroom decorated with marble in a "caramel color" on the ground, the walls made in chocolate-brown " tadelakt ", washbasin in the "30's style" from the Mamounia and furniture from the Average Atlas confirm the "colonial" style. Room next to Rbaâ.
The same atmosphere than in " Out of Africa " for this room which overhangs the patio: bed in a Moroccan alcôve (140X200)made in cedar finely worked and" moucharabieh "; ochre tones for the marble and the tadelakt of the bathroom. Room next to Tlata.
"30's style" for this room situated on the ground floor with glass doors offering a beautiful sight on the olive tree in the patio; "space" is the magic word for its large bed (180X200)and its shower in the looks of " Public baths": marble ground and walls made in white tadelakt. Room next to Djouj.
All the charm of "One thousand and One Nights " is shown in this suite composed of three rooms in row simply separated by beautiful red curtains in " Sabra ": a room equipped with a " liner-style " basin in black marble (bed 160X200), a lounge with a "old photos gallery " and its sofa put under an impressive ceiling in cedar, and finally a second room where the bed (110X200) and its cushions face the "30's style bathtub in enamel.
Extra beds cost 40 € per night in the Suite only. 1 extra bed for adult and 2 extra beds child maximum.
Free of charge for children less than 5 years old.
Marrakech International Airport is 5km south-west of town.
Once you reach the city of Marrakech, you can travel anywhere by taxi. Not only are they very comfortable, but they are also very cheap. There are two types: small - for up to four passengers and large - for up to six. The price is calculated before you start your journey.
Airport-taxi 150 Dirhams during the day and 200 Dirhams during the night (if you arrive during the evening, the change is about 8PM). There is a company that can bring a taxi to your hotel at any time of the day or night and costs the same as taking the taxi in the street. They speak Arabic, French, English and German.