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Reviewed 7 December 2017

Nice and helpful staff. Overall a good stay. The only issue was the lack of staff for spa/ Hammam. We had booked an appointment for hammam and massage for two people. They did not have adequate staff and we ended up getting the hammam sequentially instead of simultaneously and finished at different times. So make sure they have enough staff before you book. We didn't know at the time of booking.

  • Stayed: November 2017, travelled with family
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Reviewed 4 December 2017

Quiet, pampering place in understated comfort. Large room, with comfortable bed and well appointed bathroom. We loved the bitter orange cosmetics. Staff all pleasant and helpful. A bit off the beaten track, though within the medina, and worth that for the calm. Don't miss the spa and the swimming pool in the basement.

  • Stayed: November 2017, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 28 November 2017 via mobile

My husband, 2 year old & I spent two weeks in Morocco with 6 nights at Riad Nashira. It was by far the best stay & this is our third visit to Marrakech. Having been before we are very comfortable in the City & are used to getting lost in the historic labyrinth & discovering new places. It's a culture shock the first time but we visit specifically for the chaotic experience as we love history, buildings & soaking up a very different culture. For a 6 night stay we encountered a lot of staff & they were always full of smiles & helpful so I'm amazed when I hear some people comment they didn't get help. We often went to reception three times a day, at least and they were only too happy to make bookings & offer advice on a wide range of topics. Reception was usually staffed by two people so there was always someone there to help, Bitzam & Karim were wonderful.

Our daughter was treated like a Princess. Children are truly revered in Morocco & all the staff were truly wonderful too her. The kitchen were happy to cook anything for her at her usual time of 5pm & she had many meals in the courtyard garden or up on the terrace. Since we've been back in the UK we're struggling with family's being tolerated or ushered into fast food restaurants & she's missing her daily flower, all those smiles & attention.

Despite the elegant & serene atmosphere created at Nashira we felt welcome with a child but did ensure she didn't run around or make a lot of noise to be considerate to other guests. We guessed the owner was Italian as the design is elegantly pared down & beautiful celebrating the best of Islamic design, the Riad is simply gorgeous.

We found breakfast enjoyable, enough variation of local & international cuisine with beautiful bread baked in the premises & fresh fruits. We ate a couple of times, local soup or salads at lunch on the rooftop terrace or an evening meal in the restaurant or in the courtyard if we wanted an informal snack. Majid often served us & he was always attentive striking the right balance of friendly & unobtrusive. He seemed to truly enjoy his craft, anticipating needs & learning about all the customs & habits of his international guests.

So yes, a faultless stay for me & I was sorry to go. Out last day was lunch & a walk in Le Jardin Secret a beautiful Islamic garden. For proximity & lack of crowds it beats Majorelle with its beauty & intimacy. No surprise its a business concern of Riad Nashira's owner.

Thank you to everyone at Riad Nashira, we will be visiting again!

Stayed: October 2017, travelled with family
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Reviewed 16 November 2017

I went here on a girls trip - rooms are lovely and spacious, hotel great place to retreat to out of the heat. Central pool for cooling dip, cocktails on the roof, indoor large Jacuzzi pool for cool downs after the HAMMAM if you wish...there are cheaper places to stay, but this was a real treat and the staff friendly and helpful.

Stayed: October 2017
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Reviewed 11 November 2017 via mobile

Spend 4 nights in this Riad and enjoyed it absolutely. Our room was nice, spacious and quite modern . Once you find the hotel (well hidden behind typical city walls) you enjoy quietness, great service and a nice sunroof. The employees were very friendly and extremely helpful ( when asked for sports, restaurants...)

Stayed: November 2017, travelled as a couple
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