Beautiful room on the ground floor with a double bed or 2 singles including a small sitting area.
Ensuite shower decorated in natural tones and traditional tadelakt walls (space to accommodate a small child also).
The H2O is a spacious room in our traditional riad, located in the Medina or old quarter of Marrakech.
The room is on the ground floor by the patio or open courtyard in the centre of the house, with a fountain in the middle and banana trees.
There are 5 other bedrooms in the riad, as well as a private 2 bedroom house next door.
Our guests love relaxing on the roof terrace, on a sun lounger or in one of the the tents which provide shade.
Moad or Hassan will heat up the jacuzzi pool for you.
You might like to try a traditional body scrub in the hammam (Turkish baths) and a massage.
Rachida will serve breakfast when you are ready, where you wish, on the rooftop terrace,on the central patio... She also prepares delicious dinners on reservation to give you a taste of authentic Moroccan cuisine.
Our driver is available to pick you up at the airport.
All our rooms have a private bathroom in traditional tadelakt, heating, air-conditioning, and free wi-fi.
The H2O room has traditional Moroccan materials such as bejmat on the floor and tadelakt on the wall.
There is a colorful sitting area, with cushions and a thick rug. The bed can be made into a double or 2 single beds. The en-suite bathroom has a shower.
The guests have access to the roof top terrace, the central patio, the jacuzzi and the hammam.
Our riad is located in a pedestrian street in a quiet area, only a 5 min walk to shops, traditional workshops and restaurants, 10 minutes from the souks, and a 15 min walk to the famous Djemaa El Fna square.
There is a taxi rank very close to the riad..about a 5 minute walk.
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.
Riad typique et super !!!
Le personnel est adorable et les repas trop bons !!!
Je vous le recommande !!!
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We are a French couple who fell in love with Morocco years ago.
We then decided to buy a place in Marrakech. After a long period of renovation work, combining modern comfort, traditional material and our taste for design, we finally created our beautiful riad.
We love going to the desert, sleeping in berber tents and listening to Touaregs playing drums and singing.
We also enjoy meeting people and telling them about our favourite places to see and visit.