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Myself and 2 friends stayed here in February and we thoroughly enjoyed our stay. We were greeted by Riad and he couldn’t have been more helpful, telling us all the best places to visit and allowing us to sample some of the nicest mint Moroccan...More
Riad is in a horrible scary, dark street which cars have no access so you would need to walk to main road for taxi, there is men standing in the streets which you have to walk through to get to your hotel really uncomfortable especially...More
Thank Vanita K
Response from RIADDEVINCI, Propriétaire at Riad de VinciResponded 4 December 2017
I have to admit that I agree with your conclusion: Riad de Vinci was not for you. Actually it seems that no Riad is for you considering that you are expecting the facilities of a standardized international hotel chain.
What is annoying is that you...More
This is a beautiful Riad that made us feel welcome from the moment we stepped in the place. It’s not the easiest to locate initially but the staff at the riad go out of their way to make sure you know you’re way around, recommending...More
It was a little hard to find but well worth it. I was there with my husband and 8 friends and it was just great. It looks like a dark small house down an alley but once you get in it there's a comfortable courtyard...More
We were promptly collected from the station and greeted by Rhyad who gave us a simple map and all we needed to know. Our first time out we we're accompanied to to top of the road as it's easy to get lost in the "rabbit...More
Response from Natalie S | Reviewed this property |
there is an awesome house cat named Vinci, as is the norm in most places and businesses in Marrakech (you will see many, many cats in the city). He roams the outdoor space at the Riad but does not go into any of the rooms... More
there is an awesome house cat named Vinci, as is the norm in most places and businesses in Marrakech (you will see many, many cats in the city). He roams the outdoor space at the Riad but does not go into any of the rooms, mostly he can be found in the courtyard or the rooftop. He is very sweet but won't bother you if you're not a cat person.