How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
Photos of Riad Zinoun
TripAdvisor Reviews Riad Zinoun Marrakech
Travel Blogs from Marrakech
Our flight into Morocco had been an interesting one. Our Air Maroc flight was on an older plane with narrow carpet-patterned seats. I was wedged next to two lovely African ladies however as they were broad shouldered I ended up hanging halfway over the aisle for the flight. They were very grateful when I gave them my lunch of a small package of raw fish, a beef and cous cous meal and a roll. It was an all-male cabin crew who seemed rather relaxed ...
... a centre piece on each table. The Gala dinner ended with an Auction of 3 experiences offered by Qantas 2 flight simulator experiences in Sydney and 2 Engineer takeoff experiences..Captain's cap and epaulettes to match, they raised about $188,00 all up for various Charities the Captains Choice people support. We are bidding in a different league here!. Off to the The Atlas Mountains in the morning.
Pleasant manageable temperature high 20's I ...
... gorge and arriving in Ourzazate.
- Dades gorge is biggest valley in morocco.
- Saw plenty of great landscapes, desert, rocky mountains and really unique rock formations – French called them the ape feet. Photo
- Drove through the Palmeries in Skoura which looked a bit like ancient Egypt. It was an oasis in the middle of the desert – with the mountains in the background. No bitumen ...
... nice and relaxing place to be, as a great change of pace from the main square in Marrakesh. The garden used to belong to painter Jacques Marjorelle, then was bought later by Yves Saint Laurent and his partner and opened to the public. Yves Saint Laurent even had ...
... for someone to appear after phoning him from a phone box but we managed and the guy seemed more worried about a crack in our windscreen than anything else. Somehow after our manic day he handed me a blank deposit slip which meant that we were free to go. I gave Tim a huge relieved hug and we headed to get a bus (a very crowded one at that) back to town. The main square was the most manic we had ever seen it. 30 minutes before sunset on a bright winter saturday ...