Ryad Amiran Hotel
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Situated in the Bab Doukala district of the medina, a 15-minute walk from Majorelle Gardens and Jamaa El Fna Square, this Ryad Amiran Hotel offers a rooftop terrace with a Berber-style tent. Guests receive mint tea in the courtyard upon arrival.
The air-conditioned guest rooms at Ryad Amiran Hotel are stylishly decorated and equipped with WiFi internet access. Each en suite bathroom offers bathrobes, slippers and complimentary toiletries.
A continental breakfast is served each morning. Other meals, featuring traditional Moroccan specialities, can be enjoyed by the fountain in the courtyard or on the rooftop terrace.
In the evening, guests can relax in the riad’s lounge, which features a TV. Staff are available 24 hours a day and for a supplement, an airport transfer and excursions can be organised.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 5
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
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SuperBreak Customer Rating
- Overall: SuperBreak Overall Rating: 4.0 out of 5 based on 1 review
- Sleep: SuperBreak Sleep Rating: 5.0 out of 5
- Breakfast: SuperBreak Breakfast Rating: 4.0 out of 5
- Staff: SuperBreak Staff Rating: 5.0 out of 5
- Location: SuperBreak Location Rating: 5.0 out of 5
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 267 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Short break to Marrakech
Stay Date: 18/04/2015, a customer aged 65+ who stayed in this hotel wrote this review.
This was just a short three day break to somewhere totally different. It lived up to our expectations. All travel and pick up arrangements were first class. Hotel description and information was absolutely accurate. See more
This was just a short three day break to somewhere totally different. It lived up to our expectations. All travel and pick up arrangements were first class. Hotel description and information was absolutely accurate. Collapse
Overall Hotel Rating: 4 out of 5
- Destination: 5 out of 5
- Sleep: 5 out of 5
- Breakfast: 4 out of 5
- Staff: 5 out of 5
- Jardin Majorelle And general sight seeing: 5 out of 5
- Le Marrakeche: 4 out of 5
Warning to prospective visitors to Marrakesh and Ryad Amiran
Stay Date: 04/2017, KieranM wrote this review.
I could JT recommend this Ryad. It is NOT 4/5* it wouldn't even make 2*. Our holiday was ruined and they wouldn't refund or move us. We even tried changing flights but we couldn't get on a flight. This hotel is not recommended and I would advise any… See more
I could JT recommend this Ryad. It is NOT 4/5* it wouldn't even make 2*. Our holiday was ruined and they wouldn't refund or move us. We even tried changing flights but we couldn't get on a flight. This hotel is not recommended and I would advise anyone to choose very carefully before you pick this hotel. It does not have a restaurant and the massage room is just off the lobby and the restaurant is in the same area as is everything else. It is not as described so be warned Collapse
Stay Date: 03/2017, tammig36 wrote this review.
My partner and i have just got back after a 4 night stay,the staff are very friendly and the riad is very clean,don't be put off by the streets a little daunting but if you want a proper morrocan experience you won't get better than this,but nobody b… See more
My partner and i have just got back after a 4 night stay,the staff are very friendly and the riad is very clean,don't be put off by the streets a little daunting but if you want a proper morrocan experience you won't get better than this,but nobody bothers you.The breakfast is great and a nice touch that it's different everyday,alot for 2 people though very filling.My only critics are we had 2 small salads and 2 triangle cheeses, bread and we were charged around £15 for this when we got our bill,so be aware to ask the price 1st,for anything really because we got caught for a taxi thinking it was 30 dirham turned out to be in euros which was steep has there and back to the new city is about 6 miles.My other critic is we were given our hotel bill the day before,which I feel was quite rude,when I asked to pay by card the machine wasn't working conveniently,when we arrived back at 1.30am that evening we were asked to pay then not appropriate,we felt very rushed to be out of our room for 11am even though there were no other guests,and the WiFi password had been changed as soon as we vacated the room.Be also aware the city tax is not per room per night it is per person which works out at around £5 per night each plus vat added in which we were not aware of. Collapse
A stay in a typical Ryad
Stay Date: 03/2017, Lynne W wrote this review.
This was our first experience of staying in a typical Ryad, and we feel that we made the best of choices! Monsieur Adil and Madame Naimah, and ALL their Staff did everything they could to make our stay as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. Thei… See more
This was our first experience of staying in a typical Ryad, and we feel that we made the best of choices! Monsieur Adil and Madame Naimah, and ALL their Staff did everything they could to make our stay as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. Their friendliness, warmth and hospitality was lovely, with a comfortable room, and good shower. The interior decor is rich and delightful, with a water feature, and a multitude of beautiful flowering plants in ceramic pots which affords a very relaxing atmosphere. We had a different Continental Breakfast every day, with local dishes such as pancakes with honey, cake, pastries with sesame seeds. (Very bad for the waistline, but truly delicious!0 Dinner, again, was authentic Moroccan food, beautifully cooked and presented. Naimah organised 3 local trips for us, and on every occasion the Guides were friendly, helpful and very knowledgeable. Our day in the Atlas Mountains has to be the highlight! We would highly recommend this Ryad, and we plan to make a return visit. Collapse
Great location, little paradise, would definitely recommend!
Stay Date: 02/2017, jakewburke wrote this review.
Myself and my partner arrived on Valentines day this year and were promptly met by the driver who took us to the door of the Ryad (which would initially be quite difficult to find otherwise). We were talked through excursions, where the square was,… See more
Myself and my partner arrived on Valentines day this year and were promptly met by the driver who took us to the door of the Ryad (which would initially be quite difficult to find otherwise). We were talked through excursions, where the square was, the do's and don'ts and were allowed into our room early (our flight had landed at 10am) where we were greeted by petals all over the bed - a lovely addition especially as it was valentines day! The location is great - around 15 minutes to the main square, and also to the new town (if you fancy it). Although the Medina can get a bit dark at night, we walked everywhere and didn't once feel unsafe. Little tip - never look lost! If you have a map out or stop to look at your phone for directions, someone will try and help you then expect a large tip! We also found a few places we wouldn't have otherwise found by using the 'just keep walking' method! My partner can't have gluten, which we found out was quite widely used in Marrakesh, but the lovely cooks made her an alternative breakfast every morning and even left me the second portion of breads/pancakes/pastries! We went on the camel ride through the Ryad - although the guy leading us got ever so slightly aggressive when asking for tips, we enjoyed the day and he was an excellent photo taker! One thing to mention here is that the excursion prices don't include tax, which we only found out when paying at the end of the trip. For food I'd recommend La Terasse Ben Youssef for lunch - it has lots of steps, but a great view which makes it worth it. For dinner, La Marrakechi in the main square is excellent - reasonable prices, serves alcohol, and there are a small Moroccan band and belly dancers later on. Overall we had an amazing 5 night stay at the Ryad and will certainly be recommending it to anyone we know. Many thanks! Collapse
A pleasant home away from home
Stay Date: 11/2016, BrianUpNorth wrote this review.
Adil and his staff treat you like family and are very friendly. The hotel kindly picked me up at the airport. I recommend arranging this by email before your arrival (much easier than a taxi). Upon your arrival at the hotel you will be welcomed wi… See more
Adil and his staff treat you like family and are very friendly. The hotel kindly picked me up at the airport. I recommend arranging this by email before your arrival (much easier than a taxi). Upon your arrival at the hotel you will be welcomed with some fabulous mint tea. The hotel is very clean and quiet. I stayed in a second floor room. All rooms face onto a very nice inner court yard. The hotel is fabulous as it is small you have the opportunity to meet other guests at the free breakfast every morning. The hotel WIFI works really well. I had the pleasure of taking a sightseeing tour with the hotel and leaned a lot about Morocco. The hotel is an oasis of tranquility in the midst of the old city and has a gorgeous roof top deck (see picture). I will stay at the Ryad Amiran again and would happily recommend the Ryad Amieran to others. Thanks for the great stay! Collapse
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