Riad Lakhdar Reviews
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Nice Riad with a large roof terrace and very happy housemaid. Large bathroom with a bathtub. Unfortunately there were constructions during our stay that were loud during the day and lowered the atmosphere and the possibility to use the roof terrace. Good breakfast with cake and pudding. We recommend it!
We had a the most amazing stay at Riad Lakhdar. The atmosphere and staff was more than we expected. We had only booked for two nights then was travelling to the coast, the staff were very accommodating in letting us leave all our shopping with them until we returned, we ended up staying another night. The breakfast was truly superb and was hotel standards. The friendliness of the staff made our stay, always smiling and truly gave us a 'Moroccan' experience. Thank you so much for having us.
- Novice Nomad
- New Zealand
- Female, 31-40
- (1 review)
We had a great stay and the staff were very friendly and attentive, making us feel very welcome. We would recommend eating-in at the Riad on one night you stay as the food is very good. We stayed in one of the smaller downstairs bedrooms which was very good but would recommend getting one of the bigger rooms or one upstairs if you can (soundproofing is not good due to the age/layout of a Riad so you have to hope for considerate guests - we didn't on one night but that's not the Riad's fault!)
The riad was great, very clean and there was a lot of space in the room. The owner waited for us until we arrived around 1 am.
Great riad, great location great staff and owner. Will stay here again next time in agadir. Also booked the zagoura/sahara tour through the hostel which was awesome and good value for money.
Very welcoming and peaceful place, with excellent breakfast. After the mayhem of Marrakesh it's a relief to relax in this lovely riad. A word of warning: the Hostelworld price (and deposit) was in Euro and we offered to pay the remainder in Dirham, thinking the rate would be preferential. This was not the case: the exchange rate used was 11, compared to 10.88 that tourists can achieve in town. It's a small thing to improve, and the practice is rife across Morocco. We paid in Euro.