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59 Derb Harbil - Kasbah -
Large Riad (approximately 450 m2) located behind the Saadiens Tombs at 8 minutes of the famous Place Jemaa El Fna. 8 great continuations with large bathrooms.
the center of Marrakech, in the Kasbah Quarters, only 7 minutes from the famous Jemaa El Fnaa Square, behind the Saadiens Tombs, this splendid Riad has 6 large suites and is truly a haven of peace and serenity. You can relax in our spa and enjoy the hammam, Jacuzzi, massage and solarium area. There is also a swimming pool which is much bigger than most pools that you will find in most other riads. Known also for our renowned cuisine, you can try our specialty Moroccan and international dishes. The owners will guarantee you a pleasant stay.
An authentic Moorish style riad meticulously refurbished throughout. Warm, friendly service will make you feel instantly at home.
> Internet Connection / Wi-Fi free
> Massage service
> Car Rental
> Exterior pool
> Tea room
30 to 21 days before day of arrival: 50% charged.
20 to 11 days before day of arrival: 75% charged.
10 days before day of arrival: 100% charged.
Airport pickup service available for 20 Euros, please advise the hotel to get one.
This authentic riad offers comfortable rooms with with free Wi-Fi access, free breakfast, air conditioning and en suite facilities.
Marrakech airport (Ménara) is about seven kms from the Djemaa seat el-Fná. You can take the number 11 to it or get one of the taxis that are usually parked on the main plaza. If you getting a taxi, watch out for the "nocturnal" tarifs. They can be as much as 50% off the official price. Check first. These nocturnal prices are a bit of an enigma, as they´re not actually posted anywhere in the taxi. Only the taxi driver and the locals know about them. This often causes bad feelings between the driver and unsuspecting visitor. Take care.
Basically, the final price should be more or less 60 dh. This is normally negotiable. Once you learn how to bargain with the Moroccans things will be a lot easier and there´ll be no hard feelings.