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The staff was very nice and trying to make us at ease.Breakfast was excellent.The owners are french so you can have wine for diner which is hard to find inside the medina. The riad is not that easy to find inside the medina so you have to ask around when you arrive;poeple know about the ryad
Authentic Moroccan style house in old city, beautiful design, interesting area, close to sites of interest.
nice and clean riad in center of medina
A perfect place make the city more atractive. Very beautiful Dar with nice and respectable people! not fantastic but, ok breakfast.
A pleasant place to stay and the owners/staff were attentive and helpful. Good location near the seaside and major local shopping locations. International type foods are hard to come by on foot. It was a good place to stay for our purposes which were to get a taste of local culture, scenery, market life and a general jumping off point to other locations in the country which we did.
Good location, english speakinf and excellent customer service Specious and beutiful but not very practical bath room
The hotel was very clean, the service was very helpful, attractive decor and the location was excellent. Very relaxing over-all
Interior design is great. It's a nightmare to find it.
Wonderful location and remarkably interesting building. No
Locatrion, pleasant reception, food snacks in the rooms. We were booked for 2 nights originally, but flight schedules caused us to change to one night. Please correct your info. Having stayed in upscale Riads in Marrakech and Fez, Dar El Kebira was a let down. The ambiance is antiquated and while I like that and it makes it cozy, it could have been more elegant. The owners, managers, and staff were most accommodating. A guest should be made aware that a "duplex" room means that a double bed could be ina tigh space on a second level accessed only by step tiled steps, so those with navigation problems should be steered away from this room (Orange).There should be more amenities in the bathroom-hairdryer, better quality soaps, shampoos, and towels. We stayed in the Organge Room and only one bath towel was provided which we didn't notice until it was too late to request another our first night.
The manager Ms Amina, she was of a great help and great person to meet. Very freindly staff and an amazing feeling while your in the hotel.
The Riad is well located, close to the Kasbah and within the medina. I stayed there for one night on a whistle-stop tour of Rabat. Location is great - accessible on foot from the entrance to the Kasbah des Oudayas, and very close to the action in the middle of the Medina - although far enough away to be quiet enough to sleep. I didn't have any trouble with noise. The place itself looks gorgeous inside - a real oasis of calm - especially when you get up to the roof terrace for breakfast. I took dinner there in the evening - which again, I couldn't fault. Overall - a gem of a place. If you're trying to find it, there are signs up around the media; or if you have a GPS, the location is N34 01.693 W6 50.156
the peacefull feeling of the hotel you can hear everything very well inside the hotel
intimate, freindly, colourful, inspiring, attentive, comfortable, and a really great breakfast on a lovely roof terrace
Warm welcome and attentive service
Very confortable, the service was top class, The food is also excellent
The authentic atmoshere and interior design is absolutely beautiful. It is a little gem in the middle of a maze of narrow streets and walkways. Although I could not speak French, the manageress and staff were exceptionally helpful and friendly and I managed just fine. I would have preferred a more substantial breakfast.
It is a beautiful riad, definitely one of the very best we stayed in Morocco. The looks of the place are amazing: pretty, clean and "automaticly relaxing". Staff was very friendly and helpful, not pushy by any means. Great location. I would definitely recommend this hotel to any of my friends! Just loved it! Also, dinner was reasonable price (a bit more expensive than outside, but surely good and worth of staying in). It would be nicer if staff would speak some more english, but this is a common "problem" in morocco... And yes, lack of shower curtains is fun, but again - same as everywhere else in morocco.
Breathtakingly beautiful riad. The staff were all helpful, accomodating and delightful, the food wonderful and it was a magical stay. I highly recommend it to anyone staying in Rabat. If you stay there, be sure to have dinner one night in the courtyard. Nothing to dislike. A lovely and peaceful riad.
Staff, decoration, swimming pool Air conditioning was not working
Gorgeous Riad, stunning dinner on the terrace, luxurious suite. Excellent location if you plan to visit the medina, kasbah, and the souks.
The room was elegant and the air con. was excellent - no noise. The pool area was a treat to relax and we were given a bowl of fruit to help our hunger. I did not think that the breakfast serving staff had any idea of what was required. On our second day the breakfast was not served for 15 minutes. Apart from this the staff were very helpful but often missing. I booked the hotel 7 months in advance for 4 nights for my sons wedding only to be told the week before that the room was double booked and we were offered an alternative for 2 nights in a completely different location. This was not good and I was told that the staff did not co-ordinate the bookings. This caused disruption on day 3 which lost us time, especially when we arrived at Riad Kalla, the room was not even ready.
Friendly, great food, great service, beautiful rooms and riad. Helpful staff. No
The ambiance, the food, you can get a beer and good wine too :) The service in the restaurant was a little relaxed, but I think this is an African thing
The Rias is incredible, the best in all Morocco, we recomended to stay there
Good looking riad hotel right in the middle of the Medina, but pretty quiet on the inside and very friendly staff. Not having the key of the main door can be inconvenient when the guard is gone for a walk, but when you call him he will be there in no-time.
it s such a beautiful, relaxed and quiet place, the room was very nice, the staff has a very personal way of treatment, the best place (not even the most expensive) we stayed at in a city during the whole trip, a little hard to find but go to Rue Consul, they will pick you up from there or the parking nearby. actually nothing, but I should mention that the Internet did not work in the room but it worked well in the courtyard so I did not mind about that at all...
The staff were wonderful and the Riad provided a lovely haven A bit expensive and the breakfast could have been a bit more imaginative
good location, friendly owners, traditional style
the location is not bed, but in the medina. The room was so dirty and so small for the price. No reduction on the price even in low season, personal rude (they don't came to say goodbye when we left the hotel, but just the waiter was there). Avoid this hotel!
Friendly people, helped us to find it from the parking lot (which can be difficult, the Riad is in the Medina) Riad published to accepted CC, but it didnt. I only found out at check out, and was suggested to go to the bank (on the other side of the Medina); not what you wish for on that moment...
The family-run inn and staff was wonderful and we did, as had been suggested by others, have the home-cooked Moroccan meal, which was very good. We found out after we scrambled to get more Dirhams that we could pay the bill in Euros in cash, which would have been nice to know. Make sure that when you are in the downtown areas that you go to the ATM for money, as there is nothing close to the Medina area to get cash. Before you get into a pettit taxi, make sure they know where the hotel is, because our driver said he knew, but dropped us at the wrong area of the medina, and it was quite a maze to get through from the wrong entry point. This is not a complaint about the hotel, but we found it more difficult to get around including directions to the hotel than in other areas of Europe, as almost no one spoke either Spanish or English, not even a little. Brush up on your French. Many people in the medina spoke only arabic.