This is a luxury boutique hotel located in the royal quarter of the medina, called the 'Kasbah', and only an easy walk from the main square, Jemaa al Fnaa, and the city's other famous landmarks.
This 7 bedrooms Riad offers all year round swimming with its heated pool and the roof top jacuzzi, cloaked in a bedouin tent for added intimacy, soothes aching limbs after a hard days shopping in the souqs. Pamper yourself in our hammam - steam bath - and let Laila, our in house masseuse, give you a traditional moroccan massage using natural products.
Enjoy a leisurely, sun lit breakfast. Sunbathe under a clear blue African sky. Or relax in the cool shade of the caidale pergolas. As evening falls, prepare to dine as the sun sets to the accompaniment of the evening call for prayer. The choice is all yours.
Our friendly staff will do all they can to ensure that your stay with us is unforgettable. We hope that your time at the riad will leave you with a story to tell.
Choose from a wide range of traditional Moroccan dishes such as harira, cous cous, chicken and lamb tagine with almonds, preserved lemons or apricots, tangiya, sea food pastilla and spicy sardines.
Breakfast is included and we also offer a relatively informal lunch menu and a full three course dinner menu. We ask our guests who are dining with us to choose their preferred dishes in the morning in order that our kitchen staff can source all ingredients fresh from the market that day. In this way, the excellence of your dining experience is assured. Should our guests have any particular dietary requirements or prefer a pared down version of our full dinner menu, our cook will be only too happy to prepare whatever is required. We offer a tailored bespoke service and are always happy to adapt our offering to suit our guests.
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The Riad is situated in the the royal district of the medina called the Kasbah. The two royal palaces of Marrakesh are situated at either end of this district, hence its royal connection.
The Kasbah is located in the southern part of the medina and is only a fifteen minute walk from the main square, Jemaa al Fnaa.