A comfortable double room is offered in this charming Riad with excellent service and delicious breakfast included in the price in the heart of Marrakech Medina.
The Riad is composed of 8 cozy rooms with private bathrooms. You can choose between twin beds or a double bed.
The rooms 'Amber', 'Ayia', 'Aziyade' welcome you to their cottons, linen, accented with shades of cream yellow orange buttons purple variation specific to each ... ...
Your room offers a quality comfort mattress, winter or summer duvet of organic fair trade cotton, and double cotton hypoallergenic pillows .
In summer, the air conditioning will soften your nights while in winter we will endeavor to maintain a gentle heat throughout the house that will bring comfort rare in Moroccan architecture
There is a beautiful courtyard and terrace and open living rooms where you can relax and spend time.
The Riad also offers:
· A living rooms: library, fire place, bhous (traditional openliving room)...
· Swimming pool in the patio (courtyard)
· Hammam with health care services
· Dinner, “table d’hôte” to share dishes and stories from Morocco
· The wireless internet
· Day trips service (Atlas Mountain, Essaouira…)
We can propose to you a driver to pick you up from the airport and go to the Riad for 35 euro for 6 persons.
All spaces in this Riad in Marrakech have been arranged for you to enjoy traditional Moroccan architecture: Reading lounge in the library, fireplace overlooking the patio, sun terrace to have breakfast or simply sunbath after a refreshing dip. You can also choose to indulge in the temptation of well-being in Eastern traditional treatments in the Moroccan hammam, massage with argan oil, manicure / pedicure, henna tattoos …
As with all riads and hotels in Marrakech the local authorities apply a 2.5 euro per person tourist tax on all visitors which is payable on arrival at the riad.
We really enjoyed our stay at the Riad, it's very well located (5 minutes to the central square) and Mohamed was always ready to help with everything. There's even the possibility to enjoy a Hamam and massage at the Riad and the dinner on the rooftop was delicious (no wine though ;) ). The only downside we'd like to share is that the little back alley you need to take to get to the Riad is a little bit scary if you are walking alone by night.
Staying at the the Riad was great, as 4 girls traveling to Morocco for our first time they were very helpful.
Leah was quick to respond and assured us that they would be able to arrange all that we were looking for. After booking she put us in contact with Abdel who was equally as helpful. They helped us arrange our airport transfer, dinner, a 3 day / 2 night excursion out into the Merzouga Desert, a hammam treatment and henna.
The rooms were very nice and suited us well, however the last of us to shower did run out of hot water, so be warned. There was also a bit of confusion, that was quite an inconvenience to us, with settling up the extra charges at the end of our stay, but it all worked out.
Staying there was a great way to start off our Morocco trip. We all loved chatting with Muhammed, lounging around the upper nook sipping mint tea.
I booked two rooms in this Raid -Overall experience was very positive. The Host's were very welcoming and very helpful. Rooms were clean and pretty much as described. Location is a short walk from the Square and easy access to refreshments and snacks if needed. Nice private sun roof with little exposure to the busy and noisy streets below. Ordered food on the last night - well worth paying for!
Central Riad, 5 minute walk from Jemma El Fna.
The staff is at hand all day long.
You will enjoy breakfast in the sunshine on the rooftop terrace.
Un buen sitio para disfrutar de marrakesh en pleno centro. Gracias a Abdel por su hospitalidad y a la maravillosa terraza por las tardes de té. Un buen lugar.
We had a good stay, fairly clean and breakfast was great! Abdel looked after us and was very helpful.
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I'm Leah originally from Australia I lived for 14 years in Florence, Italy where I still have active contacts. For the past 2 years I have lived in Marrakech, Morocco a vibrant town pulsating in exotic sounds and sites. I love living here; the people, the food, the landscape, the religion, the architecture and the music...
Travel expands our life experience, paradoxically encountering people and places out of our daily routines and comfort zones increases understanding of ourselves and those close to us...
Marrakech is music to the ears!