Riad Safa

Address: 64 derb Lalla Azzouna, Marrakech, 40030, Morocco | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 64 derb Lalla Azzouna, Marrakech, is near El Bahia Palace, Tanneries, Mellah, and Maison Tiskiwin.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Riad Safa Marrakech

    Riad très charmant, agreable , Accueil Chaleureux, service excellent

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    Je vous recommande ce riad. Il a beaucoup de charme et d'espace. Vous pourrez egalement profiter de son jaccuzi et du hammam sur la terrasse. Le service est irreprochable et les propriétaires tres sympatiques. N'hésitez pas, vous ne serez pas deçu.

    You've found the right place!

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    Nestled deep in the Medina, this is the perfect location for a truly local experience. The Riad was a sanctuary of serenity from the hustle and bustle of the Souk. Extremely friendly and welcoming French owners (perfect english), attentive staff and a Riad with real style. Beautifully decorated with clear attention to detail ensures maximum comfort, whether basking in the sun on the roof top or seeking comfort in one of the many secluded nooks and crannies offered by the Riad's layout. Of course be prepared for a very friendly greeting every time you arrive home from 'Piggy' and 'Kermit' - the resident Dog and Cat. We'll be back soon!!! Tim, Gwen, Sylvia and Helena.

    Amazing oasis of atmosphere in the heart of the souk

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    In Riad Safa you'll find Moroccon tradition combined with modern style, wich gives a very beautiful and relaxing atmosphere. The house is very tastefully decorated and has a homely warm feeling to it, with much attention for details. The hosts have managed to create their own unique style with a clearly Moroccon undertone.

    Whether you want to read a book quietly, relax in the hamam on the roof or seek to socialize with your hosts and/or other guests, this riad offers you all the possibilities. After a day of exploration in the souk, arriving in Riad Safa is like coming home: The perfect place to unwind and relax any way you want...

    As former restaurant owners from France, the hosts serve fantastic home cooked dinners! When we were there we dined with the other guests and the hosts themselves, which resulted in a great evening with lots of laughter and interesting conversation. It truely felt like having dinner with our friends!

    What more can I say, I just love this place (and its hosts!) and highly recommend it to all who are looking for an oasis of atmosphere in the heart of the souk!

    Excellent accueil

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    Un accueil très chaleureux et personnalisé dans un petit riad charmant. Tout y est: le jacuzzi sur la terrasse, le hamamm et sa masseuse, les repas et le petit déjeuner marocain.

    Un merveilleux séjour à Marrakech!

    Riad exceptionnel

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    Bonjour,

    Nous avons été agréablement surpris par la qualité de ce riad.

    Tout d'abord l'accueil est impécable, Fréderic et Jean-Michel sont des personnes très gentils, soucieux du détail et toujours aux petits soins avec leurs clients.

    Le riad est chaleureux, très bien tenus, la décoration est superbe. Nous y avons séjourné plus longtemps que prévu tellement nous nous y sentions bien.

    Au niveau restauration nous avons mieux mangé que dans la plupart des restaurants de Marrakech.

    Rendez-vous sur leur site pour voir les photos du riad, vous verez comme c'est beau.

    Alors surtout n'hésitez pas et allez-y les yeux fermés vous ne serez pas déçus.

    Sandra et Stéphan

    Un riad adorable au coeur de la Médina

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    Nous avions réservé 3 nuits au riad Safa, à Marrakech ...nous sommes finalement restés 7 nuits, vraiment séduits par le lieu et l'accueil de nos hôtes, Frédéric et Jean Michel.

    Le riad est très beau, la décoration soignée, l'ambiance raffinée

    Avec un esprit "comme à la maison", très sympa

    Nous avons aimé le hammam, la terrasse ensoleillée, la vue sur les montagnes de l'Atlas, la déco et le confort de notre chambre, les copieux petits déjeuners servis sur la petite terrasse devant notre chambre, les dîners romantiques, éclairés à la bougie, dans un salon.

    La table d'hôte vaut en effet le détour, pour les bons plats marocains, et les desserts (mention spéciale pour la tarte au chocolat de Frédéric!)

    Tout cela pour un prix très raisonnable

    La localisation est également idéale, si on veut résider dans la Médina.

    Bref, n'hésitez pas à y aller!

    Claire et Fred - Caen - France

    Riad raffiné, calme et accueillant au coeur de la Medina

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    Hammam privé sur la terrasse, chambre calme décorée avec raffinement, dîners succulents ..la tagine aux coings et la tarte aux pommes au beurre de Bretagne un régal ! ..et un accueil chaleureux et plein d'attentions ..en bref tous les ingrédients pour un séjour reposant ..en plein coeur de la Medina! Bon séjour à tous à Marrakech et à bientôt, Frédéric et Jean-Michel - Carine et Aymeric

    Sublime

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    Époustouflant! riad superbe, décoré avec gout. L'excellent accueil est sincère, on se retrouve comme chez des amis. Les diners ( dignes des grands restaurants) aux chandelles sont accompagnés d'airs d'opéra qui résonnent dans la demeure, moi j'adore! mais si vous désirez autre chose c'est bien evidemment possible car au riad Safa on est à votre service. Le hammam est inespéré pour les periodes fraiches et le jacuzzi n'attend que vous quand il fait chaud. Les chambres sont tres agréables avec une salle de bain refaite à neuf qui nous rappelle que nous sommes au maroc grace aux matériaux locaux. J'y retournerais un jour, c'est certain

    jean-charles mougeot

    Merveilleux riad dans la Médina.

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    Nous avons passé un excellent moment dans dans le riad Safa.

    Le lieu est tout simplement magique ! Calme, raffiné et dépaysant !

    L'accueil est chaleureux. Les hôtes font tout pour que vous vous sentiez bien.

    Nous vous conseillons le hammam après une bonne journée passée dans les souks et surtout n'hésitez pas à manger sur place. La table est tout simplement exquise.

    Bon séjour à tous !

    Superbe riad

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    Riad très sympa, excellent accueil par des hôtes extraodinaires

    possibilité de dîner sur place, c'est royal

    excellents conseils pour découvrir Marrakech et ses environs

    établissement à conseiller !!!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Riad Safa Marrakech

    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

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