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The Riad was great but the neiborhood was not that good, It's really hard to find this place, there's no any sing at all and It was really scarry to walk from the place the taxi droped us off at 9:00 pm to the Riad, the only direction the taxi driver gave us was take this way and walk 300 meter straight but we found many little streets and got so confused till we found some kids and ask them for the Riad and 3 of them lead us tho the main entrance of the Riad, we pay them 5 Euros but they keep asking for more money. The service was just great, the brackfast was good, but after 3 days we had almost the same a lot of carbs and low in protein.
"Riad was great"
Reviewed by Emily of "Eugene, OR" on
Mar 3, 2012
Our first trip to Marrakech and its definitely not your typical town! Taxi was 150 Dh (after much haggling from 300Dh) and that got us to the street, then we had many offers to take us to the Riad. Note: get small Dh currency from change office to pay people. The Riad is down what seems like a scary alley and not that far in, but the locals always take people too far to another Riad with almost the exact same name. Everyone we met had that problem. The owner of the other Riad was kind and walked us back to where we should have been. The front desk man spoke English and got us situated, and made us mint tea. Yum!
The Riad only has 10 rooms and the stairs are a little steep. They have tiny bathrooms and beware: the doors in ours were swinging doors so not a ton of privacy. We had to wait about 5-7 min for hot water in the shower but it was great pressure and HOT. The water does tend to get everywhere. There is a window in the room that opens to the courtyard for fresh air, and there is a thermostat in every room.
We stayed 4 nights. Free breakfasts 7:45-9:45 on roof were great: coffee or tea, assorted breads with butter and jam, fresh squeezed oj, and two days were was a sweet yogurt, the other day we had breakfast was a cup of chopped fresh fruit. Depending on other guests, you may experience some noise. Our last night a man checked in late and he was LOUD. We could hear him talking in his room.
They have a hammam on the roof, it was weird. But we signed up for the massage (€200Dh) for 30 min) and it was outstanding! No modesty so be prepared for everything to get massaged! We met another couple staying there and they agreed, best massage. There's also a dinner available on site if you sign up early in the day but we never did. And laundry service available.
The main square is about a 15 min walk and I thought we'd be killed going the first night in either traffic or by hoodlums, but that didn't happen :). The neighborhood is actually quite safe due to the proxim
"EXCELLENT VALUE, LOVELY STAFF"
Reviewed by Onur U. of "San Francisco, CA" on
Dec 29, 2011
Dar Saad wins in all three categories that I look for in a hotel; staff's hospitality, location and price... Samira and Abdul are extremely friendly and helpful, the rooms are authentic and well kept, the breakfast is yummy.
If you arrive here late at night the empty street may fool you as if you are in a sketchy neighborhood but Dar Al Bacha comes to life in the morning aand you can walk almost everywhere in Marrakech from Dar Saad.
The only thing missing in this lovely place is the letter "c" on the keyboard of their computer
"Kenzi Menara in Marrakesh"
Reviewed by Louai D of "Atlanta" on
Sep 21, 2011
the hotel is in very good condition and the service is some what good except when we had an issue with the TV which kept acting up and the service arrived after one hour of my call. Also don't expect to have an iron to iron your t-shirt because I had the impression that the hotel is trying to make money of everything, they charge me for coffee or tea in the room that I found free in every hotel I went to, in Kenzi it's not and it cost me around 3 dollars. Also the bathroom is nice but you can not take a shower standing because it has a faulty design where you have to hold the thing where the water comes from with your hand to shower. And the water comes trickling, no power.
Overall the service was ok, the stuff are very nice and the room was roomy but I was expecting 5 stars hotel. To me it was a 4 stars
"Hotel Kenzi Tichka Marrakesh"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Apr 6, 2011
We stayed for one night after a 7 hour train ride from Fez, before embarking on a tour through the Atlas Mountains and dunes at Erg Chebbi. The hotel was nice and met our needs for one night, though the workmanship was a little sloppy and the corridors a bit dark. We had a lovely view of the pool area behind the hotel. Normally, we would have preferred a location that had more happening around it, so we could walk around. We did that a little, but it clearly wasn't set up for that, and we had to walk along a busy boulevard, For people who don't mind using taxis to get around, this would not be a problem. We would have liked access to wireless in our room rather than having to go to the lobby.