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This well-located ca. 250 year-old Portuguese style courtyard townhouse recycled into a charming little riad is run by polite and helpful people. The décor is an eclectic coalition of elements from across many genres over much of the past couple centuries. The property might have...More
When we reached Essaouira, we were pleasantly surprised to see that our Riad, Villa de L’O, had spacious, comfortable rooms and excellent service. The rooftop breakfasts were great and we thoroughly enjoyed our visit to this seaside town.
This Riad has plenty of character; but a few drawbacks.
We were welcomed with tea and the most delicious pastries we had on our trip.
Although it has a small restaurant, it is not licensed. But the area is safe and there are other places...More
Nice stay for two nights in essauira.
The riad is right at the entrance of the Medina so it was great to leave our car right outside and be close to the life of the medina. It is beautiful and impeccably decorated with very good...More
The building is beautiful lots of natural timber, doors, floors and decor a lovely Portuguese inspired Riad. The position is fabulous great views of the beach from our room and the rooftop.
Unfortunately the owner/management have let the place go. Mouldy smelly room, greying towels...More
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no. I don't think there are and the stairs are a big climb for all ages. no windows at ground floor either. Definitely not for a disabled person as the terrace is an uneven surface too. find a hotel in the same two streets... More
no. I don't think there are and the stairs are a big climb for all ages. no windows at ground floor either. Definitely not for a disabled person as the terrace is an uneven surface too. find a hotel in the same two streets though. very close to everything and easy access to taxis. there are a couple in the street that maybe have a lift.