About this listing
The zlabia is a 15m2 bedroom with a large wardrobe. It is located on the first floor of Riad with a view of the shady patio and blue or starry sky of Marrakech
Riad ESSAADA is ideal for those seeking a place to rest, quiet, close to the monuments and essential places of Marrakech.
We have five rooms and suites with private bathrooms and air conditioning. Breakfast is included and is served in the sun on the terrace or in the patio, sheltered from the mandarin and olive trees.
We can arrange your transfer from the airport to the Riad.
On arrival you will be welcomed as friends with traditional Moroccan hospitality around a tea and Moroccan pastries. In your room you will find complimentary bottled water.
With its traditional architecture, Riad ESSAADA is a small oasis of freshness and tranquility, a few minutes walk from the colorful and noisy chaos of the souks. Once at the Riad, relax in bhou (outdoor lounge) in the shaded patio, refresh yourself in the 3x2m pool, read or play the corner of a chimney fire in the indoor lounge or enjoy the sun on the terrace and the view of the snowy Atlas.
Relax in our Hammam and go through the expert hands of khadija for a relaxing massage.
Afterwards, you can enjoy lunch or dinner in a typical and traditional meals crafted by our cook.
The area offers a wide variety of restaurants (Cafe Arabe, Bougainvillea, Terrace Spice).
We can also organize day trips (Ourika Valley, the Ouzoud, Essaouira, Quad ...) or more days to the desert. (Zagora, Rose Valley ...)
Essaada Riad is very well located in the heart of the medina in the secure area of Mouassine 8 minutes walk from the famous Jemaa El Fna Square. From numerous craft shops, grocery stores, cafes and restaurants enliven the area. It is also close to the main tourist places such as the Koranic school Ben Youssef, Koutoubia Mosque, the Museum of Photography ...
Be respectful to the neighbours and staff as well as to other guests of the Riad. This ensures that, in case of conflict, people are always polite to each other without insults or scandal.
Bear in mind that Morocco is a Muslim country and although alcohol is sold on shops and supermarkets, consumption is only allowed indoors and it is strictly forbidden by law to drink it on the streets.