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TravelPod Member ReviewsRiad Sofia Marrakech
Un sitio muy bonito y completo. El Riad esta muy bien decorado. La atencion es estupenda asi como su desayuno que se puede disfrutar en la bella terraza. El primer dia es complicado ubicarlo geograficamente (como todos los sitios en Marrakech) pero luego se torna mas sencillo. La calle es muy pequeña y oscura. Para solucionar esto pueden contratar a buen precio el servicio de transporte al aeropuerto que ofrece el hotel. Otro servicio que tomamos fueron los masajes, a buen precio y calidad.
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