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I have never stayed in a riad before, so was surprised and delighted when we got there. It felt as if we were transported back to an exotic past. My husband and I and two friends stayed at this riad for 4 nights. Our friends...More
We spent 2 nights in Suite Amel before leaving on a 4 day tour then returned for a further 2 nights. The organisation happily accommodated this broken visit, indeed it seems to be a common practice.
From first contact it was clear that this is...More
Was the lucky one to get a surprise weekend in Marrakech beginning of February 2013 and we stayed 2 nights at the charming Riad Mur Akush. Ahh... what a wonderful place, one feels at home straight away. A very friendly welcome, well organized check-in and...More
Morocco is bustling, noisy and full of salesmen, donkey-carts, horsedrawn carriages and mopeds. Without such a tranquil base to return to, we would soon have become exhausted. We enjoyed a picnic lunch on the roof-top terrace in warm sunshine (in February), with food we had...More
My sister and I stayed in Riad Mur Akush for 3 nights this past January. We loved it! We stayed in the Grand Suite Amel on the top floor and used the airport pick up service. We were picked up right on time and everything...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.