Riad El Farah

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EL KASBAH DERB EL OUALIDINE, Marrakech, 40000

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About the hotel

In the heart of Marrakech, the beautiful "Red City", and in the midst of the Medina and its famous colored markets, only 10-minutes walk from the famous square Jemaa El Fnaa. . .

The Riad El Farah welcomes you. . . Confort, charm, elegance, peace and quiet will be the main feelings of your stay there. Every morning, you will be faced with the same dilemma : either going on excursion to discover the beautiful surroundings of Marrakech or improving your swing on one of the most famous Moroccan green thanks to the advice of a professionnal golfer. The rooms are situated on the first floor surrounding the traditional foutain of the central patio, they have an individually and toggle air condition system as well as private shower and toilets. On demande the Riad provides delicious Maroccan meals.

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Showing Monday 30 March 2015 to Tuesday 31 March 2015

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In room facilities
Air conditioning in rooms
Hotel services
24 Hour Reception
Family friendly
Cots available
Business
Wi-Fi Available, In-room Broadband, Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas, Wi-Fi Available In Rooms, Private dining services
Main
Smoking allowed in public areas

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Check-in
From 14:00 hours
Check-out
Until 12:00 hours
Important information
09/11/2009 to 30/12/2016 - The customers have to pay cash directly at the hotel. Credit cards are not accepted. Specify arrival time. On arrival phone the owner take taxi to TOMBAUX SAADIENS in KASBA he will search you here. The LateRooms.com rates for Riad El Farah in Marrakech are the total price of the room and not the 'per person' rate. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
Pets
Pets are not allowed

Customer Reviews

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All reviews (2)

50% would recommend it to a friend

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  • Hannah L

  • October 2013

A wonderfull way to stay and expereince Marakech

The Riad was more lovely than in the pictures and being met and led through the allyways was a perfect way to start our visit.

Our host could not have been more welcoming and helpfull, storing our luggage when we went on a treck in the Atlas and then going above and beyond to drop us at the train station at 0600 in the morning. We particulalry loved the bathroom with its brass sink, and the wonderfull Tajine for dinner. The Riad was a haven of peace and tranquilty within the bustle to the Medina.

  • Martyn K

  • August 2013

Lovely property - shame about the air conditioning / exchange rates

The owner Mohammed met us from the taxi and took us down some alleys to his Riad and was most friendly as stated in other reviews.

The property is lovely and well appointed for the main sights. We stayed for 5 nights at the end of June when it was very hot. I booked this particular Riad because it had good reviews and air conditioning. We arrived early one morning and whilst unpacking I turned on the air conditioning. Mohammed heard the air conditioning on and came to our room to inform us that it was just for night use. Shortly after this he offered to take us round the local area to oriantate ourselves which was very helpful. When we returned early afternoon (needed a siesta because of the heat) the room was very hot so I had a cold shower but still found it uncomfortable without air conditioning. The following day I spoke to Mohammed and agreed to pay him 200 dirhams (nearly 20 euros) to have the air conditioning on all the time for the remaining 4 nights of our stay (it appeared to be under powered as it took over an hour to get to a reasonable temperature). This conversation was translated for him by a friend of his who spoke very good English and French so I do not think there was any misunderstanding. Following this we left the air conditioning on when we went out but each time we returned it had been switched off. We did not make an issue of this and just put it on when we were in the room. Both the room rate and the food (don't know why) were quoted in Euro's and at the time (I later discovered) there were about 11 dirhams to the Euro. Mohammed however used a rate of about 9 dirhams to the Euro thus making nearly 20% profit on each conversion. When we left I did negotiate a refund of half of the electricity money I had paid for the extra air conditioning but Mohammed did not appear happy about this even though he had gone back on the agreement we had. This stay would have been lovely but for the penny pinching and taking us to a (what turned out to be) very overpriced herbal shop where he appeared to not pay for the goods he took.