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We stayed here for the first 2 nights of our trip to Marrakech. Believe all the good reviews you read including this one....Mur Akush is ideally located within easy reach of all the main sites and souks and good value for money. We stayed in...More
I am just returning from a 4 night stay at the fantastic Riad Mur Akush. As anyone that wants to visit a Riad in Marrakech may know, there are many many many to choose from. After doing extensive research on what seems like 100s of...More
We only stayed here one night, as we were staying all inclusive for the rest of our stay. We wanted to try a riad, to compare both all inclusive luxury to the tranquil of a riad.
We found the riad fairly easily from google maps,...More
It’s only when you start looking for accommodation in Marrakech that you realise just how much choice there is. It’s simply overwhelming. What doesn’t help is that, in whatever area and price bracket you search, comparisons throw up a lot of properties that look just...More
My wife and I stayed at the Riad Mur Akush to celebrate a recent 40th birthday. The welcome was warm and friendly from the start, which in our case was a pick up from the airport. The riad is beautifully decorated with many traditional Moroccan...More
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It isnot kept on premises but can easily be purchased by the staff and served to you and also you can bring in your own duty free as well. As well you can pop into any supermarket and purchase both wine and spirits. Morocco... More
It isnot kept on premises but can easily be purchased by the staff and served to you and also you can bring in your own duty free as well. As well you can pop into any supermarket and purchase both wine and spirits. Morocco has a big wine industry and local wines are good and cheap too.