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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...
Had an amazing time here. Didnt get round to meeting Joelle as she was in France. Were looked after by Mouni who was amazing. Huge breakfasts, even getting up early to ensure we were well fed before going on trips. She was kind, thoughtful, attentive...More
Its all been said already, so I wont repeat it but this Riad is lovely. Joelle arranged taxis, booked tables, and catered for us well. The lady who made the Apricot pastries was also very welcoming. The roof terrace is lovely to relax on after...More
Well what can I say that has already been mentioned!! Joelle truly is a fantastic host who goes out of her way to make quests well welcome. She is so helpful and sweet, the best host ever.
The Riad is very tasteful with hints of...More
Just arrived back from Marrakech and the riad. Booked dinner on arrival and it was very well prepared and a relaxing end to the day after an afternoon of travelling. Joelle was very welcoming and the room was just as I imagined. Marrakech itself is...More
I took my husband for a surprise holiday to marrakech. Les Orangers kept coming up on holiday websites and i looked on here for reviews and decided beacuse it had such good reviews. We arrived at the riad and i was wary before the door...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