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Riad Dar Beldia

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

There's a plethora of places to stay in Marrakesh, so how do you chose? Reviews and a coin toss. We chose well with this one. The hosts are perfectly friendly, the food is great, and the rooms are a notch above basic and very clean. We stayed in Jan so it's not the warmest place, and the air conditioning struggled to maintain warmth, but i'm sure we'd be grateful for it in the summer. The location is pretty central too, with the main square being only 10 mins walk away. They arranged the airport pick up (definitely worth doing for first time visitors) and also a trip into the mountains, which also took the hassle of finding your own guides away. All in all, a very lovely stay.

We stayed here for 3 nights for our 10th wedding anniversary during Ramadan and found it thoroughly relaxing. Never having been to Morocco we used the riad's car service from the airport which was quick and efficient with a helpful driver. From the outside there is not much to look at (just a door at the end of an alley)but inside is a little oasis of peace&tranquility. We were met with a cup of mint tea which was delicious and shown to our lovely first floor room. I would echo what the previous half dozen reviewers have put: Lovely building Great staff(thank you Karim&Abdul) Comfortable beds! Generous breakfast Excellent air conditioning(a godsend) I would only add that unless haggling is a way of life,take a licensed guide with you when you visit the old city as the constant unsolicited help(miraculously all speak English)gets wearing very quickly...... All in all we thoroughly enjoyed our stay!!

I wanted to give my 75-year-old mum a nice birthday present and she wanted to see Marrakech, based in a riad. Riad dar Beldia looked suitable, particularly because we needed a room with twin beds (not a double). After huge delay reaching the airport (massive thunderstorm - no-one's fault) and a 90minute wait to get through immigration (they really need to get more staff), my mum and I were exhausted. I had telephoned the riad to ensure they were still open, and was reassured that all would be ready for us. The transfer bus dropped us at the end of the alley that led to the riad (normal for Marrakech) and the hotel chap came out to guide us to the front door. Inside, it was an oasis of cool and calm, with a beautiful blue-lit pool in the open centre of the building. Our room was small, but fine for what we needed. The bathroom (separated by wooden doors) was lovely and the shower was excellent - you can have it any temperature and there is no shortage of water. There was an air-conditioning unit in our room that we used to cool down on very hot days, and also at night. It was fairly quiet and worked better than that in many expensive European hotels I have used. The whole building is like a big terraced house in the UK, but the layout makes it seem much more airy and spacious, and the roof terrace gives you a chance to enjoy some air and relax after the bustle of the souk. Staff are available 24 hours a day and are very helpful - they printed a boarding card for our flights, answered general questions about prices and haggling, gave tourist advice and recommendations. We loved the view over the rooftops - all the buildings are the same height, so we could see the mountains far away, and palm trees, minarets, palaces etc. The untidiness of the roof constructions on all the neighbouring buildings is just part of the character of the city. We loved watching the storks on their huge nest on the nearby mobile transmitter tower, feeding their two chicks and make clattering noises with their beaks. The purple jacaranda trees were in flower while we were there (early May) and the sight of those rising up from the nearby palace gardens was stunning. The wifi was free, and fast enough for my needs. It didn't quite reach the roof terrace, but was fine in our first floor room. I was able to make WhatsApp calls with no difficulty, and upload lots of photos. The breakfasts were substantial, with Moroccan pancakes and bread, yoghurt etc. Every day we looked forward to our glass of freshly squeezed orange juice. The location of the riad is a bit further south than most, which we realised when we were helpfully (and repeatedly) informed we were going the wrong way for the Badi Palace! We concluded that we rather liked the location - away from the main crowds around Jemaa el Fna but in easy walking distance of many attractions. We always felt safe and looked after by the staff, and were well fed by the breakfasts. The riad was perfect for us and may well be just what you're looking for too!

this is a great place to stay close to place jamma 10 minute walk the staff in this riad were very helpful advising us on trips etc.good breakfast is included in price they will also cook your evening meal as long as you ask them in advance

My husband and I stayed here during a two day, sight-seeing tour of the Marrakech Medina. It was a calming and quiet retreat from all the hustle and bustle of old town. The main area was well appointed and always manned by one of the delightful staff. They seemed to always be available to welcome us with kind greetings, tea, and/or itinerary suggestions. We had breakfast one of the days and were delighted by the quality and variety of food. It was a really nice mix of local and European. The room was large, comfortable. and quite lovely. We really enjoyed all of the detailing. Last, but certainly not least was the terrace. We spent each evening up there drinking tea and listening to the birds and the city. The riad is easy to find using Google Maps (download Marrakech to get offline access). It is just outside of the old city wall with easy walking access to the main attractions within the city walls. I strongly suggest taking the riad's private car to and from the airport. I'm a very experienced traveler and thought I would be able to talk my way into getting an appropriately priced ride out of the airport, but it was far more work than I had expected. Take the car and avoid the hassle.

On our trip to Marakech we stayed @RiadDarBeldia and had an awesome stay thanks to our wonderful host at the hotel Abdel who was very nice and helpful he explained to us how to get around hotel very closed to Bahia Palace and many restaurants I'll for sure will go back again

I visited Morocco last month and stayed at Dar Beldia two nights with my brother and sister. We were welcomed by Abdel, who was great got some delicious tea. Got Room #5 on the 3rd floor which was very comfortable, heated room plenty hot water. Abdel showed us how to get around Bahia palace was very close by plenty of restaurants. Area was pretty safe and secure. Got breakfast which was pretty good, breads, fruit and coffee. Building has no elevator and stairs are pretty steep but other than that it's a great place I for sure recommend this to my friends and family. Rooftop terrace it's great to sit up there enjoying coffee or tea.

After a welcome mint tea,the recieptionist showed us a map and how to explore Marrakech without getting lost.Then he showed us the 250-year-old building which was a piece of art itself,and its lovely terrace as well.The room was narrow but clean and efficiently.The breakfast was very exquisite,and for early start-off was available. And it was very close to Palace Bahia.We enjoyed the 3-nights stay.

This was a great little riad in a super quiet area of the Medina.. The room was super cute and the decor was traditional Moroccan. The staff was very warm and accommodating.. The rooftop was super relaxing at night. There was also someone on staff 24 hours a day, so even if I needed something in the middle of the night, they were able to help out. My only issue was the proximity to the main square.. Being alone, I didn't really want to venture that far at night.

Peaceful and quiet in a nice part of town. Slightly difficult to find first time. Staff were friendly and spoke good English although we're very timid. Room was clean, had AC and set out nicely. Breakfast was tasty and included.

Derb Houara No 9 Marrakech

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Bahia Palace and El Badi Palace
  • Free full breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining

Located in Medina, Riad Dar Beldia is a leisurely stroll from popular sights such as Bahia Palace and El Badi Palace. This 6-room, 4-star riad has conveniences like an outdoor pool, free in-room WiFi, and a rooftop terrace. Located in central Marrakech, the riad is also near Jamaa el Fna and Dar Si Said Museum.


Dining

Free full breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning from 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM. Enjoy a bite to eat at the riad's restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service.


Rooms

All 6 air-conditioned accommodations feature separate bedrooms. Guests can expect free WiFi and cable TV. Beds sport premium bedding and bathrooms offer free toiletries. In-room massages are available, and rooms also include safes.


Property features

Riad Dar Beldia offers an outdoor pool, a rooftop terrace, and free WiFi in public areas. If you drive, self parking is MAD 20 per day, or you can take advantage of the shuttle from the hotel to the airport (available on request) for MAD 165 per vehicle one way. The front desk has multilingual staff standing by 24 hours a day to assist with concierge services and securing valuables. This riad also has a library.

Room options

Standard Room (La Calife)

Full 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Superior Room (L´Oriental)

Full 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 3

Superior Room (La Beldia)

Full 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Superior Room (La Bahia)

Full 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 3

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

97% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 323 reviews