Cultural immersion and tea at all times - you can learn Moroccan cuisine, have some yoga classes or even learn Arabic and French - or maybe you just wish to relax with a shisha pipe in one hand and a glass of strong coffee in the other. A luxury hippie-haven a few minutes from the main square of Marrakech and literally on the doorstep of the Palais Bahia.
With 7 ensuite rooms, colourful and peaceful courtyard, sunshine terrace and 2 stripey salons you can't fail to find a place to chill out at Nari-Nari. Great vibe, amazing staff and fabulously filling free breakfast.
Our shared kitchen is the perfect place to cook or take part in a Moroccan cookery class and the courtyard - a luxurious dining room to share the fruits of your labour.
Nari-Nari itself is a restored riad with hostel prices and atmosphere. Colourful in decoration and spirit; Hostel Nari-Nari Marrakech takes the vibrancy and soul of Place D'Jeema el Fna and places it (with the volume turned down!) within its walls. If you are looking for comfort and a place to socialise - both here and at our other hostels then do come and stay! You will have a colourful and happy, hopefully insightful stay at Nari-Nari's. We have a range of lovely, calm private rooms and lovely, calm dorm rooms - all with ensuite - and we offer a ridiculous amount more than a place to sleep. Do a cookery class, have an Arabic lesson, go on wonderful adventures to the Sahara - meet fellow travellers from many hostels - all before you step out the front door! Come and stay!
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
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.