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Dar Najat

Hotels & Resorts
Majority of guests: straights (women and men)
 
Dar Najat
 (Branch of business: Hotels & Resorts)
Address Douar Graoua, Derb Lala Chacha 18
40000 Marrakech
Morocco
 
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coolest riad dar najat
Recently returned from a 3
night stay at Dar najat. the owner Olivier and his highly effecient and friendly staff all ensured we received a warm welcome and the highest standards of service and attention throughout our stay.
The location of the Riad is ideal for experiencing the different life and culture of the Medina. The services of the Riad guide is strongly recommended for a tour of the Medina, this adds to the experience and ensures all points of interest are covered.
The rooms are very comfortable and tastefully furnished.
We decided to eat in at the Riad and on our two evenings there and were absolutely delighted., the food was wonderful!
Lunch on the rooftop terrace with the Atlas Mountains in the background was a memorable experience, and the opportunity to relax afterwards on the sun loungers in January was priceless! Highly Recommended for gay couple The coolest place we been since a long time.


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