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HyvaPaiva Mon 07-Jan-13 23:02:27

I can't recommend Riad L'Aziza highly enough. Just divine. It's the former home of the Sultan/Pacha of Marrakech. It isn't very expensive but it is very central and completely stunning.

marymary40 Fri 07-Dec-12 21:19:31

Les Jardins de la medina - perfect with kids - esp if you can get a ground floor room -as it is a courtyard and you can eat right outside your room whilst the kids are in bed.

ikigai Sun 02-Dec-12 20:52:46

Would recommend asking for a room on the first floor of a riad as the courtyards are often used for guests to drink tea in/drink breakfast/check in. So the courtyard rooms can sometimes feel like they lack privacy.

sailorsgal Sun 02-Dec-12 20:42:13

Thanks. grin Will peruse later after X Factor.

snowtunesgirl Sat 01-Dec-12 22:34:15

I can recommend Riad Maizie

hf128219 Sat 01-Dec-12 22:28:39

Riad el fenn
Riad Farnatchi
Riad W
Maison Arabe
Dar Seven

sailorsgal Sat 01-Dec-12 22:14:42

I don't really know what the other couple would like to spend but i thought for 4 nights we could get something for about 200 a night with flights on top.

hf128219 Sat 01-Dec-12 22:07:07

What sort of price?

sailorsgal Fri 30-Nov-12 20:37:13

Yes, no kids! grin

hf128219 Fri 30-Nov-12 17:25:16

No children?

sailorsgal Fri 30-Nov-12 17:23:22

Actually it will be dh and I and another couple. Would like somewhere fairly opulent but reasonable.

sailorsgal Sun 23-Sep-12 15:49:54

I have just asked a friend if she would like to go in Feb/March. Any recommendations for hotels/places to eat would be much appreciated. grin

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