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The Moroccan hospitality is legendary and at Riad les orangers d'alilia you have the opportunity to experience this fine tradition. Riad les orangers d'alilia is a home with lots of atmosphere and a dedicated staff at your disposal.Riad les orangers d'alilia has been entirely restored...
We had a wonderful stay in the 'India' room which has its own balcony. The room was incredibly comfortable and very well decorated. The host(s) are fabulous and nothig is ever a problem with very good advice offered on eating places and must dos in...More
Marvellous! In a pleasant area of the old town (as far as it can be in Marrakech!) in the kasbah (south) - very short walk from the main street where the taxi stops. Much nicer area than our previous stay in the north west of...More
beautiful rooms and bathrooms complemented by warm hospitality from Joelle and her 3 ladies . The breakfasts are a feast for the eye and the stomach, nothing was too much trouble.with mint tea available any time of the day or night. The location, a short...More
We choose this Raid from reading all the other reviews & how right they all where. What a charming Riad, it is exactly as you see it on there website. Joelle & her ladies were very helpful, nothing was a bother for them. Rooms were...More
A beautiful, calm and comfortable place to stay in Marrakech. The reviews are all very accurate, and all have a common theme, that Joelle and her 'ladies' will do whatever they can to make your stay here as special as you want it to be....More
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It is about a 20 minute straight walk to Jenna El Fna through a relatively bustling part of the Medina and it is safe. You may run into street vendors approaching you but that is something that we didn't find intimidating... More
It is about a 20 minute straight walk to Jenna El Fna through a relatively bustling part of the Medina and it is safe. You may run into street vendors approaching you but that is something that we didn't find intimidating. We however made sure that we didn't venture out very late into the night and kept our outings limited to just around midnight. Just exercise a little caution that a normal traveller or a non-local would. Enjoy the trip