Riad Hadika Maria

37 derb Zemrane Hart, Soura, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco
Riad Hadika Maria
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Help with some basic planning

by MarlaJill

Hi all. Appreciate the help. I am planning a trip for 4 women (40's) and good travelers from NYC to Marrakesh in May. So many new hotels.. how to choose? So..

1)First question:If we want to walk most places, what is the BEST neighborhood?
2)Anyone know of/recommend a Very nice hotel (min 4 stars) that is still somewhat Gently priced (i know this is subjective) and in the preferred neighborhood?
3)Has anyone worked with a company that put together a great well priced hotel/air package?

(will happily trade all you need to know about NYC for some solid thoughtful guidance - thanks !)

Re: Help with some basic planning

by iaint

1 - in the medina
2 - check out riad les lauriers blancs on my Marrakech page (not cheap, but worth it - also subjective)
3 - sorry, i go it alone

Re: Help with some basic planning

by cabeyp

The best would be to arrange the accommodation yourself. I would recommend that you stay in the medina (nr Djema el Fnaa, also the Kasbah is very safe) and choose a hotel with easy access to parking. If this is your 1st trip to Marrakech it will make you feel more comfortable if you do not need to walk through narrow alleys for another 10-15mins after leaving the main roads.
Do bare in mind that almost all medina accommodation (riads) will take a bit of walking to but this is the charm!
Of course there are the normal hotels such as the Sofitel etc,but these are outside of the medina and do not offer the comfortable walking distances.
A site that will be good for the 4* categories you are looking for is www.terremaroc.com

Re: Help with some basic planning

by xVickiex

Hi Ive just booked to go to Marrakesh in June I booked through booking.com they gaurantee to not be beaten on price and I always use them. Im staying at a 4 star called Golden Tulip Farah, it cost £214 for 4 nights for 3 people which I think is a great price less than £25pppn. It is 10 minute walk to the centre but has a pool, restuarant and lots of facilites ect, if you want someting more traditonal in the centre there are lots of Riads at amazing prices. Anya looks really nice with great reviews and has a small pool in a lovely court yard!

Re: Help with some basic planning

by windcity

We stayed at the Golden Tulip Farrah, a few weeks ago. It is in a good location in so much as its quiet but it must be a good half hour walk into town, and further to the Medina. It was good value for money and the gardens are really well layed out.

Re: Help with some basic planning

by cabeyp

Just a little advice unless you are booking one of the big chains a Moroccan 4* does not correspond to a European 4*.
Check if the site you are booking through vouches for the star rating or if it is Moroccan rating.

Re: Help with some basic planning

by Durfun

To experience local, ethnic living, you MUST stay at a RIAD in the medina.

They come in a range of comfort standards..

Check these sites:
http://www.hipmarrakech.com/ (sorted in price categories on homepage itself!)
http://www.31best-riad-marrakesh.com/ (popular for bookings)
http://www.riad2000.com/ (popular for bookings)
http://www.riadkniza.com/rates-riad-marrakech.php (luxurious)

You'll have a great time :)

Re: Help with some basic planning

by kamalm12


Riads are very pretty and charming.and they'r diferent from the usual hotels that exist in europ and america...
there are many riads jusr around the square, like 3 minutes walking...check this out www.riadzinoun.com

welcome to Morocco

Travel Tips for Marrakesh

Magical walls around Medina

by Veroali

Orange romantic magical walls around Medina with palm trees. First memory stays forever and it was when we came to Marrakesh at 8 pm and went by bus to the center. First impressive memory was to see these orange walls emphasized by gentle light.

Aux 100.000 Epices

by keeweechic

Right in the Kasbah by the Saadian Tombs is Aux 100.000 Epices. You enter the Riad through quite a non descript doorway and up the stairs to their presentation room. They will then talk you through the different oils and plants that they use in their products, handing around samples for you to try in anticipation of course of you buying.

Cafe Argana

by mafi_moya

The Argana restaurant is one of the best known of the many that surround Djemaa el-Fna. It's not as high up as some of the other rooftop cafes but it offers great views of the square and the market below. Unfortunately the view was by far the best bit.

It's a bit higher class than most of the local cafes - the waiters even wear shirt and tie. The meal was the most expensive I had in Morocco at about 10 dollars. Now if the food is great then I don't mind paying that bit extra but here it was very disappointing. In fact as well as the most expensive it was probably also the worst meal I had - not just worst value but worst for taste. The cous cous was extremely bland and the chicken was flavourless. Even the fresh orange juice wasn't that good, despite it being about 20 times the price on the stalls outside. And it was supposed to be a last night treat as well!

Museum of Moroccan Arts

by SallyM

The Dar Si Said Museum of Moroccan Arts is based in a palace dating from the nineteenth century.

There are some interesting exhibits, including a primitive wooden ancestor of the ferris wheel, and the building itself is beautiful, especially the reception room on the upper floor.

The custodian was very assiduous and helpful in showing us round, and we were very happy to give him the customary tip at the end of our visit.

Fantasia evening

by mvtouring

We were taken to a place just outside of Marrakesh for a fantasia evening. It was held in this building and we were treated to local food and dances. After dinner we were treated to a fantasia show which was absolutely fantastic


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 Riad Hadika Maria

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Address: 37 derb Zemrane Hart, Soura, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco