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"convinient shuttle service"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jan 28, 2013
The staff were azazing everybody went out of their way to make your staff enjoyable and comfortable. Simo, Ali, and Kalid at the front desk were very helpful and polite. The entertainment group was very welcoming and friendly. I wpuld totaly recommend this hotel in a heart beat.
"Good Value hotel with excellent location"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jan 27, 2013
I'd recommend the Dellarosa for its great location, large, comfortable rooms and friendly service. My only suggestion is that in suites' kitchenettes come equipped with basic cookware, dishes, silverware, unlocked refrigerators, etc... There's a stated policy at the entrance prohibiting guests from bringing in food and drinks from outside. This is silly, since the suites actuallty have kitchenettes.
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jan 14, 2013
This is a lovely riad with one or two drawbacks. The water from the shower drained very slowly so you had to stand in two inches of it. When you arrive if it's evening you have no idea how to get out of the alleys where it is located to the main square, which is actually only a short walk away, but you can't take a taxi because the alleys are too narrow. So you might not be able to go for a walk until the next day when you can find your way around. The food is excellent but it seems that they don't really want guests to eat there because the prices are so high. We ate there the first night and there was one set meal with no price advertised. Afterwards I asked how much it was and found out it was 25 euros per person, which is about four times as much as food anywhere else in Marrakech. It was a nice meal but I wouldn't want to pay that price for that meal in Europe, let alone in Africa. The staff were very helpful though and an Expedia rep provided information about excursions and met us at the hotel on our first morning so that we could quickly make plans. I would stay there again, but not eat there at that price.
"An Oasis in the chaos"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Nov 30, 2012
This tidy litte riad is a welcome respite from the chaols of the medina. It is tucked away in a quiet area but still very close to the souqs and tourist attractions. It is hard to find but once there, the proprietor is happy to offer good advice and service.
"Cute little place but difficult to find"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Nov 18, 2012
Cute little place but difficult to find. We took a cab to a area in the medina and had to walk a little. We were there 3 nights and I barely remembered to get back each time. This is no fault of the riad. Marrakech is extremely chaotic but that adds to its charm. I would suggest staying near Jemma el F'na. After 7:30 some of the gates close and you need to walk arou d the whole medina. Arm yourself with. gPS device. The room was night but the toilet/shower were all in the room. Sp one big room and separated by the frame of the shower. The people were extremely nice. Jemma el F'na is about 15-20 min walk if you go around by the main road. I'm sure there is a faster way.
"Very nice riad in confusing medina"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Nov 10, 2012
This riad was great in every way. The staff was helpful from the very first moment of our trip to the very last. We stayed four nights and never tired of the place. The room was small, but comfortable and very clean. There was unlimited hot water and even a tv, though it only had two channels of news. Literally the only downside to this riad is that it's located in the medina, which can feel very sketchy at night (it's not at all dangerous, but is unsettling even for a small group). We overcame this by just taking a taxi to a square about 150m from the hotel and walking from there. I would recommend this riad to anyone visiting Marrakesh. Just be prepared to take a taxi home at night!
"Close to Medina, but in resort area"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Nov 5, 2012
30years old male, came here to sitesee with a friend. The location is great because cabs know where the hotel is. You're walking distance to the medina and a short cab from the new medina. It's a "resort" but it's more practical than luxurious, so I'd look elsewhere for a romantic stay. The room was clean although the suite was more of a double bed and a pullout single bed and a couch that could turn into a bed - would have preferred just two single beds.