A serene and cozy room decorated in Berber style, with big size photographs depicting the Berber culture. The windows look out on the main patio with its huge palm trees.
High ceilings and a veranda (mesrya) with Moroccan arches set the tone. One can relaxe on the seats of the veranda, overlooking the inner patio with a plunge pool.
This junior suite has a split-level, part of the room is situated above an alley. This architectural design is locally called a sabba. Hand embroidered fabrics set the tone in this cozy and intimate suite, with a small lounge. The canapé, convertible to a high quality extra bed, makes it suitable for an extra person.
A very comfortable ground floor suite with high ceilings, situated on one of the courtyards with 2 impressive palm trees and facing the old fountain (ennafora) in multi-coloured tile work. Two comfortable armchairs positioned around a huge Moroccan fireplace, the perfect setting to relax…
This spacious suite is a fine combination of minimalistic design combined with Moresque aesthetics. It is located on the first floor, with high ceilings and a dominant fireplace. The typical wooden alcove window, known as Menzeh overlooks the inner patio and is shaded by the 2 massive palm trees. The king size bed can be converted to twin beds.
This suite, located on the first floor, has a typical cedar wood ceiling and its prominent fire place, with 2 comfortable armchairs. In the en-suite lounge, there is a canapé convertible to an extra bed and satellite TV. The bathroom in tadelakt walls has a spacious bath tub with bronze taps, and a separate shower. The veranda with seats to relax and read a book, is decorated with arches and overlooks the inner patio with the plunge pool. Here you will enjoy the morning sun in its full glory. A staircare brings you to a small, more intimate terrace overlooking the roofs of the medina. And a couple of steps higher, you get access to the main terrace.
These 2 large en-suite rooms have 5 meter high wooden ceilings with hand-painted decorations, dating back 300 years. These were the former original rooms of the riad. The bedroom, with a large window on the patio, has a huge, freestanding “tadelakt” bathtub under the colorfull “azouak” painted ceiling. The very spacious en-suite living room has 2 cedar wood canapés, convertible to extra beds. All the decorum is in place, as the former Bashas of Marrakech would cherish in their luxurious dwelling…