About this listing
Elegant traditional architecture meets modern design in this peaceful oasis with 6 bedrooms, a jacuzzi-pool, hammam and a large sunny roof-terrace with Berber tents. An adjacent private 2 bedroom house also available.
Our Riad is an amazing Guesthouse nestled in the heart of the Medina, or old quarter of Marrakech, just a stroll away from the Souks, Medersa Ben Youssef and Djema El Fna Square. A jacuzzi-pool, hammam, spa treatments and great cuisine are available for our guests to indulge in and enjoy.
Near the Mosque Sidi Ahmed Soussi, in the popular Sidi Ben Sliman district, the Riad provides luxury accommodation in a traditional Moorish house finely restored using contemporary design.
The Riad has 4 beautiful guestrooms and 2 suites, decorated with understated elegance, as well as spa facilities for a relaxing and pampering stay in Marrakesh.
Guests are invited to lounge in the shade of the banana trees in the courtyard while listening to the fountain, unwind in the jacuzzi-pool hidden in a former Bhou or to enjoy the Turkish Bath/hammam. Why not stretch out on the sun-loungers and take the sun on the roof terrace or chill out in the Berber tent... And in the evening, enjoy delicious Moroccan cuisine, served either on the patio, roof terrace or in the dining-room.
If you need more space you can also rent our Douiria, a private 2 bedroom house with a large sitting / dining room, a cosy lounge and a lovely terrace. It is linked to the main riad through the rooftop terrace.
Guests have access to the jacuzzi, hammam, central patio and roof-top terrace.
Riad O² is situated in a quiet street in the lovely Sidi Ben Slimane quarter, in the heart of the medina, 5 minutes walk to the vibrant souks and 10 minutes from Djema El Fna Square.
There is a taxi rank located less than a 5 minute walk from the riad.
Other Things to Note
Breakfast is always included and consists of delicious, homemade Moroccan specialities, eggs and omelettes are also available on request.
Mint tea is free of charge as well as one large bottle of mineral water per day in each room.
Dinner and lunch are served everyday on reservation from fresh produce sourced directly from the local morning market.
There is a local tourism tax of 8Dh and a tourist promotion tax of 15Dh payable per guest per night at the property for all guests over the age of 12. This 23Dh charge per night per person is about €2.30
We would like to remind you that Morocco is a Muslim country, therefore as a mark of respect for its inhabitants it is highly recommended to avoid short dresses and shorts, as well as bare belly, low-cut tops, or anything too revealing (especially in the old city).
Also it is very inappropriate to eat or smoke in the street in the daytime during Ramadan (starting 28 June 2014 for 1 month)
There are also certain rules which riad owners have to strictly adhere to and apply.
No unmarried Moroccan women co-habiting or present in riad as unregistered guests.
The same applies to Moroccan men who are not registered guests in the riad.