About this listing
Quiet and tranquil, this Touareg themed bedroom has a double bed or 2 single beds, ensuite shower room. The décor is tradition meets design. One extra person can be accommodated in the room.
A beautiful, quiet room, the Sable room will remind you of the Sahara desert and the Touaregs. It features lovely curves and arches and a bathroom with shower in traditional tadelakt.
The Sable room is one of 6 bedrooms surrounding a central open patio in a beautiful and peaceful riad.
A riad is a traditional Moroccan house with trees and a fountain in a central courtyard. You will be amazed at the architectural white arches all around the patio, contrasting with the lush banana trees and cacti. Our riad has been renovated to offer superb comfort amid stunning decor, a fusion of design and tradition.
You will love relaxing in the jacuzzi-pool, the hammam, and on the roof terrace.
We will welcome you with a mint tea and Moroccan pastries.
Our driver is available to pick you up at the airport. Rachida, our in-house cook, prepares really good locally sourced fresh traditional Moroccan meals.
All our rooms are air-conditioned / heated with free wi-fi.
Guests have access to the jacuzzi, hammam, central courtyard and rooftop terrace.
Our riad is located in the Medina or old quarter of Marrakech, in a quiet pedestrian area but close to vibrant streets, filled with shops and workshops, all the way to the souks, palaces and the famous Djema El Fnaa square.
There is a taxi rank about 5 minutes walk from the riad.
Other Things to Note
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)
As Morocco is a Muslim country there are certain rules we 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.