A 10 min a pied de la place Jema El Fna dans le quartier Zitoun Jdid, quartier riche en palais, musee et hotel de prestige. Tres facile d'acces car le parking et la presence de la prefecture de police securise l'environnement.
Une fois passe la lourde porte d'entree vous decouvrirais un ryad tipique et rempli de charme, construit depuis plus d'un siecle autour d'un patio plante de palmier, bananier et bambou.
Trois chambres chacune avec sa salle de bain et plusieures pieces a vivre interieur et exteriuer.
Une terrasse couvre entierment la superficie de la maison et offre un jolie vu sur la Koutubia et l'Atlas.
Le personnel de maison competent et accueillent sera a votre disposition.
It's as if we were floating on a magic carpet from the moment we arrived at Vinci's palatial riad. Our stay was made ever more exceptional by her caretaker and cook, Toria who made the most succulent food we've ever dreamed of. We went to the top restaurants in Marrakech and always came home disappointed that we had missed one of Toria's unforgettable tagines or fresh salads. Her thoroughness and thoughtfulness was pure and flowed from the heart. We think of her often and our 2 year old looks up at the sky when he sees an airplane flying and says "airplane going to Marrakech to see Toria in the kitchen!" He too was enamored by this golden hearted woman.
Like many travelers say, we've stayed at the top hotels, Kasbah Tamadot and beyond and no five star experience ever prepared us for the kindness and exquisite luxury of having a perfectly decorated and pristinely polished castle with the most gentle and attentive of caretakers and dignified owners. Vinci helped us to get our son to a pediatrician immediately when he had a small fever and could not have been more communicative or attentive. She was a dream host.
Our hearts are still in Marrakech with Toria and in our dreams, we return to experience the open heartedness of Marrakech's people, to play outside with the children at dusk with toys and bicycles regardless of class or nationality, the only requirement being a citizen of the world with an open mind. Vinci's house allowed us to experience what it was like to belong in an ancient community with customs and rituals that all revolve around love, family and nurturing food.