Riad Dar Sheba

Address: 35 derb Raouia Rmila, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 35 derb Raouia Rmila, Marrakech, is near Majorelle Garden (Jardin Majorelle), Ali Ben Youssef Medersa (Madrasa), Bahia Palace, and Koutoubia Mosque and Minaret.
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          • Spa
          • Outdoor pool
          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Non-smoking rooms
          • High-speed internet in room
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Breakfast Available
          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • Hot tub
          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Family rooms


          • Suites


          • Shuttle bus service
          • Airport Transportation
          • Meeting rooms/conference facilities
          • Multilingual staff
          • Concierge desk
          • Babysitting service
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service
          • Meal plan

          TripAdvisor Reviews Riad Dar Sheba Marrakech

          5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Marrakech

          Marrakech Express

          A travel blog entry by french4ayear on Feb 10, 2015

          1 comment, 78 photos

          ... he died, designer Yves St. Laurent saved it from being demolished and lived in it until he died. The children also loved riding camels through the oasis known as The Palmerie
          The experience was made extra special by the calm and serenity of our Riyadh. Once you pass through a doorway in Marrakech, beauty inevitably awaits you. Our hotel was no exception.


          Are we there yet?

          A travel blog entry by josadventures on Aug 15, 2014

          2 comments, 6 photos

          This morning we packed up and trekked across the city to a taxi rank that would take us to the High Atlas Mountains. Arriving at a sea of old yellow Mercedes we put on our battle helmets and prepared to haggle. Now, in Morocco there are two types of cabs, the 'petite' ones which are strictly for city centres and the 'grande' ones which travel between cities, but here's the catch, the big ones don't leave until they have fitted at least 7 people in the car... (which is designed ...

          Marrakesh - Day 10

          A travel blog entry by tlburgess on Nov 11, 2013

          5 photos

          ... were in one of the classrooms as the sun was starting to let. Adel joined us, which was unusual as he rarely went on projects. We had a good laugh covering more than just the walls in paint – completely covered as I jumped on the back of Rachid’s motorbike for the trip home.

          Mama Africa’s for dinner again tonight where me and Dave shared a couple of Tapas between ...


          A travel blog entry by bryce_terri on Dec 14, 2012

          75 photos

          ... setup in the medina, incredible number of stalls, all selling freshly cooked food for next to nothing.

          The following morning was the first drive of many to our next destination Ouarzazate for the night. We drove for a bit stopping halfway up the Atlas mountains at a local shop selling freshly squeezed orange juice right in front of us (literally about 15 oranges per small glass) for 5 dirham (about 30p) which ...

          Trust in Allah, but tie up your camel!

          A travel blog entry by viva.sabata on Dec 30, 2011

          ... two young Berber men with a broken down car in the middle of the desert. They flagged us down and we eventually came to a mutual understanding that one of them wanted a ride to the next village. One of them spoke limited English and no one in our party speaks Arabic, Berber, or French. I scanned them and figured that they were not carrying any weapons and seemed desperate for a ride so Dorrie piled in the back with the kids, ...