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My friend and I stayed two nights during a flying visit to Marrakech. The riad was delightful, a peaceful and calm haven amongst the chaos of Marrakech. We were greeted with mint tea when we arrived and Mounia took some time with us to point...More
We stayed at this Riad for two nights and unfortunately hadn't time to spend any more otherwise we would have loved to. When we arrived we were welcomed with mint tea and pastries by very friendly staff. The owner is French and charming and very...More
Joelle, Laurent and the team at Riad d'Orangers could not have done more to make our stay any better. The rooms are beautifully decorated and the setting so tranquil and peaceful, but still all within easy access of the madness of the medina. We stayed...More
From the first welcome to the last goodbye, our stay was truly excellent. This 'boutique hotel' is a tranquil oasis, tucked away from the main hustle & bustle yet within easy walking distance of the main square.
Elegantly decorated, spotlessly clean & fantastic food as...More
A lovely Oasis hidden away at the South of the Medina.
We were glad that we had the owner arrange a taxi to meet us at the Airport and take us to the Riad. That saved some time we would have spent trying to find...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