Want to take a break in Morocco?
You want to travel to Marrakech? Morocco’s borders for international flight opened on 7th February 2022. For visitors to Morocco your own national vaccine or health pass must be up to date showing vaccines and boosters that you have received. You must also have a negative PCR test taken not more than 48hours before boarding your flight, and have a completed passenger location form/health form from the ONDA website. If you do not have any of these documents you may be refused boarding to the flight. On arrival at Marrakech airport there are antigen tests and random (free) PCR tests. If you test positive on any of these and are asymptomatic you will have to self-isolate in your accommodation. We will operate with a spare room for you to self-isolate, at a special rate.
It is best to visit the Moroccan National Tourist Office website for the latest information. The Marrakech airport website also has the latest information on arriving in Morocco by plane. You should also check advice from your own national foreign office about travel to and from Morocco. For UK residents it is Morocco travel advice -GOV.UK
Most cafes and restaurants are now open. More and more souks are opening. Wearing a mask outside your home is now mandatory, and some places enforce this, so either wear or carry a mask with you.
The Riad is open, and we have to comply with new hygiene regulations to make your stay as safe as possible. We will leave one room not booked so that if you need to self-isolate we can offer you a room. All of our staff have been vaccinated and will keep their health passes up to date. There are other measures around the Riad that apply to us and to our guests. We will inform you of these before your arrival. We have introduced more flexible terms and conditions for reservations, which mean that we no longer take a deposit before arrival. However there is a 15% charge if the reservation is cancelled 48 hours or less before the date of arrival, or in the event of a no show. With this in mind we advise you to take an antigen test 72hours before boarding a flight so that you can warn us of the possibility you may have to cancel. We can then waive the cancellation charge.
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