About this listing
This spacious junior suite with ensuite shower gives onto a patio. It has a beautiful oriental arch separating the sleeping area from the sitting area. It can sleep 2 people in the large double bed and another 2 to 3 people in additional beds.
The 1001 Nights room is a magical room in our traditional riad (house) in the heart of Marrakech.
The 1001 Nights room is a junior suite, spacious with large arched windows and beautiful oriental curves.
It has its own private patio in front, where you can relax on the large sofa.
There is a double bed and a single sofa bed.
Another bed can be added to accommodate up to 2 adults and 3 children.
The en-suite bathroom, with shower, is made of traditional tadelakt (a typical moroccan plaster-work finish)
There are 5 other bedrooms in the Riad, all very different in style and size.
The riad, a traditional house built around an open patio with a fountain and trees, is very peaceful.
You can relax on the roof terrace on a lounger or in one of the tents, in the jacuzzi/pool or why not try the hammam!
Moad, the 2 Rachidas and Hassan will welcome you warmly and help you organise your stay in Marrakech.
Guests have access to the roof terrace, the central courtyard, the jacuzzi and the hammam.
Our Riad is centrally located in the Medina or old town, in a quiet area, but only 2 minutes from buzzing pedestrian streets, lined with colourful shops, traditional workshops and laid-back cafés, that lead you to the souks (10 min) and the famous Djema El Fna Square
There is a taxi station about 5 minutes 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 ..the date of which changes every year.