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Moroccan owned and Moroccan run - Riad Layla Rouge is a tiny jewelled palace in the middle of the beating heart of Marrakech - Place D'Jeema el Fna.1 minute from Place D'Jeema el Fna in the centre of the souqs and the first ever edible hostel riad for adventure hungry travellers in Marrakech The free tea and cake may stop you from trying to bite into the walls – or maybe not... Have a taste…
Riad Layla Rouge has 3 private suites, a luxurious dorm with giant bath and a glamping style tent. You are welcome to use one of our 2 kitchens for a cooking class or to make your own food as though you are in your own home.
You would be staying in the area of El Ksour - in the middle of markets within 5 minutes of all main tourist attractions. Or, if you want to just take a step back - relax on our top terrace (one of four) and enjoy 360 degree views of the medina with a glass of tea and shisha pipe.
Riad Layla Rouge is traditionally Moroccan. Not just in its architecture or decoration which may make you feel as though you are in a colourful jewel box, but also through its cuisine and language. 'Cooking Chez Layla', 'Arabic Chez Layla' are just two of the courses that Layla offers for you and your companions to get a taste of Moroccan life.
Dear Guest, so these are our house rules. We are a lovely, friendly home for travellers in the heart of the medina of Marrakech. Anyone looking for a calm but social atmosphere - a colourful chill out zone, a comfortable base in the middle of the souqs will enjoy their stay with us. We just ask you to be respectful and openminded about your visit. No preconceptions, no prejudgement in a world full of judgement. Enjoy broadening your comfort zone and have a great stay in Morocco!
Happy travels! Marrakech Rouge Hostels
About the Host, Aida
Love independent travel, love independent travellers! Feel that time should be made for tea and cake every day. Twice. It is good for the soul.
It is always joyful to feel as though you are part of an extended family when travelling in new, unknown places. We certainly like to feel that way and hope you do too.