Riad Boussa

192 Derb Jdid - Dabachi, Marrakech, Morocco | Inn
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.
 

How has this inn rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.

Location

This inn, located on 192 Derb Jdid - Dabachi, Marrakech, is near Majorelle Garden (Jardin Majorelle), Jemaa el Fna, Marrakech Souk, and Saadian Tombs.
Map this inn

Amenities

       

    Historical Traveler Reviews Riad Boussa Marrakech

    Un lugar acogedor, agradable y elegante en el corazón de Marraqués

    from

    Conocimos este hotel Riad a través de otro que estaba completo y tuvimos suerte de encontrar éste. El Riad Boussa es elegante, colorido y tranquilo, además se encuentra en el corazón de Marraqués. Cuando entras y cierras la puerta tras de sí, no puedes creer que estés en una ciudad tan caótica pues todo a tu alrededor es agradable, cómodo, el ambiente es tranquilo y te sientes como si estuvieras en tu propia casa. Las habitaciones son muy elegantes, cada una con su propia decoración y distintivos colores. La propietario es una señora francesa, muy amable, a quien le encanta charlar con los clientes mientras saborea un té de menta, bien sentada en un gran sillón del patio o en la terraza del ático. En definitiva, una experiencia fantástica.

    Great Find- First Class Accommodation

    from

    We were lucky enough to be recommended to contact Brigitte and Bruno at Riad Boussa as the Riad where we originally intended to stay was full. We were immediately impressed by Brigittes quick response to our emails. A driver met us at the airport - highly recommended as the Riad not easy to find at night unless you know where you are going. It is located in a tiny backstreet in the heart of the Medina so it is not accessible by car. We had to walk a little way with the driver through narrow dimly lit alleys and were a bit concerned as to where we were heading. We were thrilled however when the door opened and we saw what a lovely place it was. The photos on the webpage do not do it justice. Would recommend dinner (typical Moroccan dishes) prepared and served by Samira and her sister Miriam. Our room, like the rest of the Riad, was tastefully decorated and very comfortable. The candles, relaxing Moroccan music and fresh flowers all added to the peaceful atmosphere. The hospitality was excellent and we were made to feel very much at home from the moment we arrived. Breakfast consisted or fresh orange juice, Moroccan bread,pancakes and pastries, jams and yogurt. Bruno made sure our every need was attended to and we were offered delicious mint tea (best we tasted during our stay) and biscuits whenever we sat down to relax. Riad Boussa is very conveniently situated, just a stone's throw from the Souks and a 5-minute walk from Place Jemaa el Fna Square. Hope to return again later this year so do not want to recommend it too highly in case there are no rooms available!

    Für mich, eines der besten Riads in Marrakech!!

    from

    Wir arbeiten schon seit vielen Jahren immer wieder in Marrakech und haben schon in den unterschiedlichsten Riads gewohnt. Dies ist mit Sicherheit das am liebevollsten renovierte Riad in ganz Marrakech!!

    Bruno, Samira und Miriam finden genau den Punkt immer für einen da zu sein, ohne aufdringlich zu stören!

    Ein Abendessen im Riad Boussa sollte man sich genausowenig entgehen lassen, wie eine Massage von Samira!!

    Ein absolut empfehlenswerter Platz... wir kommen sicher wieder!!

    Fantastic ! Authentic Marrakech Experience

    from

    This was a real find, situated deep in the Medina but only a few minutes walk from the main square and the bustling souks. Brigitte, Bruno and Samira make you feel at home from the moment you walk through the door until you leave.

    The pre-arranged transfer to and form the hotel was a breeze and taxi drivers and porters were friendly.

    Although we didn't have an evening meal in the 2 nights we stayed, prefering to go out and about in the city. We did experience the breakfast feast with freshly squeezed orange juice and home cooked delicacies on demand.

    The rooms were great - we were 2 adults and a teenager in 2 separate double rooms and had every home comfort we needed.

    We will certainly be back for our next visit to Morroco

    A Bientot

    Kevin, Anne-Marie and James

    Quiet and Relaxing

    from

    We stayed at Riad Boussa over New Year's for three nights - originally we planned on only two but were perfectly happy to stay an extra night. We stayed in the Limoun room, which has a double bed in a loft over the bathroom. In general the riad seems more suited to couples without kids due to the quietness and romantic feel. As just a couple with no kids, we spent the extra money for the Limoun room because I had a tough time finding any room at a riad to stay during New Years! I was very satisfied with Riad Boussa. It is a beautiful guesthouse (maison d'hotes) with great interior decoration and a warm feel. It was very quiet with only four guest rooms - perfect for couples who want a relaxing, romantic, and quiet stay but probably not the best choice if you're single and want to meet and hang out with a lot of other travelers or if you have loud kids :( - We celebrated New Years at the riad (Djemaa el Fna was very very quiet just before midnight (very surprising to us as we thought it would be a huge party) so we went to the riad), where we were welcomed to join in with a little belly dancing! The food and drinks are terrific, and the few staff at the riad are extremely nice.

    Great website: [--]. I was really impressed by all of the websites for the riads in Marrakech - many of them are so much better than most other websites I've seen... If anything, the photos on the Riad Boussa website do not do it justice...

    Great location to easily access Place Djemaa el Fna and the souks to the north.

    Olivier liked it here!

    from

    This is a truly great place to be! Bruno, Brigitte and Samira make you really feel at home in their very tastefully decorated and newly renovated Riad. Each room is individually decorated. Situated in the middle of the buzzing and chaotic old-town of Marrakesh, you immediately find a calm and relaxing atmosphere once back inside this typically Moroccan home. I enjoyed my endless talks with Bruno who became a friend, the charm of Brigitte as well as the exquisite cuisine of Samira, not to mention her massages in the in-house hammam. A place definitely to recommend! When I am back in Marrakesh, this is were I'll stay.

    Olivier, Zurich/Geneva, Switzerland

    We feel like home!!!

    from

    It was an amazing experience.

    An oasis of silence in the noises souqs of Medina.

    You can taste a wonderful cousine and an excellent

    services that Mrs Brigitte and her family offer at their guestes.

    please don't miss the hammam that Samira prepare for you

    and indulge in all comforts that this riad has ready for you.....

    Take a sunbath on the roof. Also the furnishings is lovely...

    A perfect blend of Moroccan, contemporary and berber style.

    It will be a unforgettable trip.

    This riad it's our favorite and we don't miss to visit it again!!!

    A cousy, friendly and stylish place in the heart of Marrakech

    from

    We got to know this Riad through another one that was fully booked and we have been so lucky for this. The Riad Boussa is stylish, colorful and peaceful, juts in the heart of Marrakech. When you enter it and you close the door behind you, you can't believe you are in such a chaotic city, everything around you is nice, comfortable, the atmosphere is calm and you feel like at home. The rooms are very stylish, each with its own distinctive decoration and colors. The owner is a French lady. She is very kind, she enjoys talking to the guests while sipping mint tea either sitting on the large cushions in the patio or on the roof terrace! Definitely a great experience!

    Enchanteur

    from

    J'ai séjourné au Riad BOUSSA au mois de janvier 2007.

    Après avoir visité plusieurs sites, j'ai choisi ce riad car j'ai trouvé son site attractif, coloré et agréable à consulter.

    Je n'ai pas été déçue. Les photos du site sont vraiment le reflet de la réalité. Pas de trucages ni de mise en scène.

    Tout ce que vous voyez est réellement sur place. Donc pas de déception à l'arrivée.

    Vous êtes particulièrement bien accueilli par toute l'équipe, Brigitte et Bruno qui ont fait de ce riad un endroit particulièrement bien décoré dans les traditions marocaines et avec le bon goût français et par Samira qui fait tout, de la cuisine 'excellente cuisine marocaine) aux massages (dans le hammam de la maison) et toujours avec le sourire.

    Vous vous sentez tout à fait comme chez vous, vous pouvez vous détendre au coin du feu (3 cheminées) et surtout vous reposer dans un endroit particulièrement calme car le riad est situé au fond d'une petite ruelle, et tout ça à 5 mn de la place Jemaa el Fna.

    N'hésitez pas à venir séjourner ici.

    Vous en repartirez avec un gout de trop peu !!!

    Repos du corps et de l'esprit garanti.

    Fashionable and cosy!!

    from

    This newly opened riad is just 10 min walk from Fna square, but once you are inside, you can really feel at home.We were introduced this riad from a neighbour riad and we were very lucky to stay here.The room is a fusion of morrocan style with french taste, very stylish.Return from chaotic and exotic walk of Souk, this riad gave us peaceful relief.The owner, a french lady , was very friendly and kind. We forgot our belonging in our room and she kindly sent it to us immediately.Not only good value, but also worth staying this new, stylish, cosy riad.We will return again!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Riad Boussa Marrakech

    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Marrakech

    Morocco

    A travel blog entry by chrisandstace on Aug 31, 2014

    22 photos

    ... and came with us all into the Marrakech markets. This was an eye opening experience with snake charmers, monkeys and a maze of markets stalls. Our last night on tour was spent with most of our group chilling by the pool having a chat. It's been a great 17 days and the people you share it with really make the experience. After 30 poos for the day I was pretty happy to be back in London. It has been a great two months and I guess it's time for some more ...

    Around half the world in 89 days

    A travel blog entry by wollindibby on Aug 18, 2014

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... are just bullies. Shook us up a bit & the policeman got very angry with me so we tootled off before I got locked up on my birthday.

    on to a lighter note.........
    We left the UK on the 18th August after spending a lovely night with Henry & Kate Fookes in Alderholt (it is NOT in Hampshire!!!!), We also had the pleasure of meeting their sons Will and Brian plus Brian's partner , Laura. Thank you all for your amazing hospitality and , of course we ...

    Marrakech

    A travel blog entry by sosbeag on Aug 06, 2014

    ... had even brought their weighing scales to town and were earning a couple of dirhams from passersby who were curious about their weight.

    The food in Marrakech is worth the trip alone. The cuisine is generally very healthy (although the amounts we consumed were not) tagines are the local specialty and there seems to be a strong focus on using seasonal local produce. Places we ate are reviewed on trip advisor (links below) including Al Bakara where my ...

    Marrakech, Morocco Day 3

    A travel blog entry by asiaconnor on Jul 29, 2013

    4 photos

    ... the stall owner pressuring you to take a look closer! Each shopkeeper is fighting for your attention and your money. Being in Marrakech we had to buy some traditional items including a teapot with tea glasses, a tray and a wooden stand for it to sit on all at very reasonable prices, now we just need to get them back to England in one piece! We finally found our way out of the maze and into the sweltering heat again. The souks reminded me of Camden ...

    Taking the high road

    A travel blog entry by michie-and-paul on May 01, 2013

    ... peaks still have a little snow on them. The rest of the trip today is winding our way up, across and then down through the High Atlas. The drive sometimes is very scary, as there was not much room between the road and the edge of the cliff. We passed through the highest point the road crosses, Col du Tichka, which is at an altitude of 2260 metres. I really don't like the road much after the pass, it is so windy and such sheer drops off the edge, but does look good with ...