“Tranquility within the Medina” mandk2001 – Travelling with us since 2005 Camberley, Surrey, UK – 35-49 year old man If it’s your first visit to the medina then getting dropped off at the outskirts of the souks and being escorted down the narrow passages, past stalls with owners pressing you to buy and experiencing the […]
“Riad Chi Chi – the place to stay in Marrakech” SophsM -Travelling with us since 2007 London, United Kingdom Arriving at night in the middle of the souk was a disconcerting experience but any fears were immediately allayed on meeting Salah – manager and concierge of Riad Chi Chi – who led us through the […]
“Clean and peaceful riad with lovely staff” JenandTommm – Travelling with us since 2014 Chichester, United Kingdom Exceptionally clean with everything we needed. Staff were really helpful. Nothing was too much trouble for them. We ate at the riad one night and would recommend it as the food was lovely and good value. Just the […]
“Excellent Service” Marrakech5 – Travelling with us since 2014 Croydon, United Kingdom We visited Marrakech as a group of five 40-something female friends to celebrate a big birthday for one of our group. We chose Riad Chi Chi on the basis of the photos and the reviews and we were not disappointed. You could not […]
“Outstanding service” TrishandFrank – Contributor- Travelling with us since 2013 Melbourne, Australia Riad Chi Chi is run by the attentive, charming and very hard-working Saleh who was always there to help including walking us to taxi ranks and generally showing us around the Medina, providing advice and making bookings. As well as Saleh’s wonderful service […]
Click on The Independent logo to read online Travel > News & Advice Deals of the week: Marrakech, Andalucia, Sri Lanka Less than £200… For £175, there’s a three-night stay for two people at the Riad Chi-Chi in Marrakech. Set in the Medina, it offers a serene escape from the bustling souks, with a roof […]
WHERE TO STAY Calm amid chaos like only Marrakech knows how. Riad Chi-Chi is a picture of cool, quiet elegance next to the souk. There’s light linen and peachy marble (tadelakt), a canopied chill-out area on the roof, a petal-speckled plunge pool, and just enough tassels and teapots.