- Aspectos positivos: Limpieza, personal y servicio, estado e instalaciones del alojamiento y comodidad de la habitación
Muy bonito y estancia muy agradable muy amables en el trato
Reserva en línea o llama al:912 75 74 01
Riad Tamarrakecht se encuentra en Marrakech, en la zona de Medina, que está en el casco histórico y cerca del paseo marítimo. Además de visitar lugares emblemáticos como Plaza de Yamaa el Fna y Palacio de Congresos, si lo tuyo son las compras tienes que pasar por Avenida de Mohamed VI y Centro comercial Menara Mall. Jardines de la Menara y Parque acuático de Oasiria también merecen la pena.Ver guía de viaje de Marrakech
Los siguientes cargos se pagan en el alojamiento:
Hemos incluido todos los cargos que nos ha proporcionado el proveedor. No obstante, los cargos pueden variar dependiendo, por ejemplo, de la duración de la estancia o del tipo de habitación reservado.
Los siguientes cargos y depósitos se pagan directamente en el hotel al recibir el servicio, a la llegada o a la salida:
La lista anterior puede estar incompleta. Además, es posible que los impuestos no estén incluidos. Importes sujetos a cambios.
This is a very beautiful property in a good location within the Medina. The walk to the main square is reasonably straight forward. The breakfast is good. However we had some significant issues. We had a very beautiful room but the air conditioning was not working. This was important because it was extremely hot outside. We were there for three days and complained every day but the ac was not repaired. The owner came to our room and checked it and said it would be fixed but nothing happened. We knew it wasn't working because our daughter had a room on her own that was very cool. The other problem was our arrival. We were driving and needed to park outside the walled city. We were told someone would meet us at the wall entrance and tell us where to park and where to go. We were not warned that there were hustlers who would try and get us to go elsewhere and drive into the Riad and demand money from us. There was quite a bit of ugliness involved with this. Later on, someone came to pick us up for a food tour and it turned out he was a hustler too who had overheard a phone call. He supposedly took us to the car and then demanded money--but he had nothing to do with the cooking class. The Riad staff should be checking and warning its guests about these people. Often the guy who was sitting at the desk was on his cell phone and didn't even notice who was coming and going.