Uber-Chic, Luxury Riad HotelMarrakech, Morocco
10 double bedrooms
from 150 €/person
In the heart of Marrakech there lies an oasis in the Medina; an uber-chic hotel riad that lives and breathes the art of the boutique hotel experience.
Considered one of the top hotel riads in Marrakech; a high-end, hipster hideaway that oozes cool in the most genuine of ways. Known for attentive staff, personalized service and opulent surroundings, you’ll find a luxury Marrakech riad made with love, where a genuinely warm welcome awaits you.
A luxury boutique hotel riad in Central Marrakech, situated in the traditional, authentic area of Sidi ben Sliman, inside the Medina walls. So whether soaking up the story-telling street performers of the famous Jemaa El Fna square or browsing the brightly colored markets near the hotel, you couldn’t find more conveniently located luxury accommodation in Marrakech. After a busy day spent taking in the sights, sounds and smells of Morocco’s favorite city what could be better than the perfect hotel a stone’s throw away?
A lot of heart and soul goes into maintaining our reputation as the coolest riad hotel in Marrakech and the luxury accommodation is our baby! Personalized rooms and suites, each one unique, are lovingly designed by an artist’s eye. Embodying the spirit of traditional Moroccan decoration; architecture, mosaic and fabrics, fused with cutting-edge, contemporary design, for a look that is both decadent and understated in unison.
Every last detail is placed with passion; history captured and celebrated in art, for a truly beautiful and authentic Moroccan experience.
BERBER DELUXE 1
A serene and luxurious boutique hotel riad in Marrakesh, decorated in Berber style, decorated with photographs depicting the Berber culture, combining comfort and Marrakesh style luxury amenities to make for a glamorous and memorable Morocco stay. The windows look out on the lovely main patio with huge palm trees.
BERBER DELUXE 2
Lavish Moroccan style room with rich and colorful textiles, high ceilings, and a veranda (mesrya) with beautiful original Marrakech riad arches. One can relax on the veranda, overlooking the inner patio with the hotel riad plunge pool.
NOUR JUNIOR SUITE 1
This room can be configured with either 2 single beds or a large double bed. Located in the first floor of the third edification of the riad, this room has a small veranda with a well-crafted wooden ‘Menzeh’ cage offering a nice view over the courtyard with a trickling fountain and plants.
NOUR JUNIOR SUITE 2
Mrah is name given to a patio room with connotation of warmth and comfort. This suite comes with a large double or twin bed. The room features two in-wall built wardrobes, a fireplace and two windows offering view on the courtyard. The room tiled with rocky mountain tiles while the en-suite bathroom is tiled in glazing Moroccan ‘Zellig’ patterns.
SABBA JUNIOR SUITE
This junior suite has a split-level; part of the room is situated above an alley. This unique architectural riad design is called a sabba. Hand embroidered fabrics set the tone in this cozy and romantic honeymoon suite hotel in Marrakech, with a small lounge. The canapé, convertible to a high quality extra bed, makes it suitable for an extra person.
ENNAFORA SUITE 1
A comfortable riad ground floor suite in Marrakech with high ceilings, situated on one of the original riad courtyards with 2 impressive palm trees and facing the old fountain (Ennafora) decorated in multi-coloured tile work. Two comfortable armchairs positioned around a huge Moroccan fireplace, the perfect setting to relax in this romantic hotel.
ENNAFORA SUITE 2
This large luxury riad hotel suite in Marrakech is a stunning combination of minimalistic Moroccan style and Moresque aesthetics designs. It is located on the first floor of the two riad, with high ceilings and a antique dominant fireplace; the typical wooden alcove window, known as Menzeh overlooks the inner patio and is shaded by 2 massive palm trees. The king size bed can be converted to twin beds.
ARAB SUITE 1
This suite, has a typical Morocco cedar wood ceiling and a prominent fireplace, with 2 comfortable armchairs. The amazing bathroom boasts tadelakt walls, a spacious bathtub with bronze taps, and a separate shower. The veranda has seats to relax and is decorated with arches, overlooking the inner patio with the riad plunge pool. Here you will enjoy the Marrakech morning sun in all its glory.
ARAB SUITE 2
This suite is generously spacious with a super king size bed. The high ceiling offers wide welcoming horizon from which a well-crafted Moroccan chandelier is dangling.
BASHA SUPERIOR SUITE
These 2 large en-suite rooms have 5 meter high wooden ceilings with hand-painted decorations, dating back 300 years in Morocco history. These were the former original rooms of this riad in Marrakech. The large bedroom, with a big window on the decorated patio, has a huge, freestanding “tadelakt” bathtub under the colorful “azouak” painted ceiling. The very spacious en-suite living room has 2 cedar canapés, which convert into extra beds.
THE ROOF TERRACE
Here you can enjoy a breakfast of breads, pastries, fruit, and eggs, complete with sunshine and a view of the town. By noon, we’ve set up the day’s Moroccan lunch menu, which changes according to what’s in season, or you can pick a dish from our hotel light menu, which runs until 6 pm. On warmer evenings, dinner is served under the stars.
THE HAMMAM & PLUNGE POOL
For that truly Moroccan touch, you can’t go past the Riad Hammam. The boutique hotel Hammam is a traditional Morocco steam room covered with heated marble benches and walls, a shower room, a small space for massage, a two-person hot tub and to cool and relax off; the plunge pool in the riad courtyard with chaise longues where a mint tea will be served will make your session complete.
Food is love and, as everything we do involves love, you can imagine our Marrakech riad fine-dining restaurant, The Moroccan Living, is the beat of the hotel’s heart.
Expect traditional home-cooking; Moroccan cuisine in riad family style! Using only the very freshest, local ingredients and the quality herbs and spices Marrakech is so famous for. Authentic dishes such as lamb Tagine with prunes and apples, or Tagine of chicken with preserved lemon and olives are melt-in-the-mouth.
Welcome to Marrakesh
Prepare for your senses to be slapped. Marrakesh’s heady sights and sounds will dazzle, frazzle and enchant. Put on your babouches (leather slippers) and dive right in.
Bahia Palace and the Dar Si Said are a riot of tilework and intricate floral painted-wood ceilings, the Saadian Tombs are enriched by an opulent bounty of marble, while the Musée de Mouassine and Musée de Marrakech are a showcase of swirling stucco and carved-wood design. And if you choose to bed down for a night in a riad, you’ll be able to sleep amid some of this splendor too. Marrakesh is a city steeped in ancient artistry that continues to thrive, kept alive by the modern craftspeople of the souqs and the contemporary art and design scene of the Ville Nouvelle.
Faith & Culture
You’ll understand how religion permeates the rhythms of daily life when you hear the sonorous call to prayer echo out from the mosques. As an old imperial capital, Marrakesh is home to some beautiful examples of Islamic architecture, most impressively the Ali Ben Youssef Medersa and the Koutoubia minaret. The city also holds on to a heritage of the other religious communities that once helped it become a vibrant caravan town. Head to the old Jewish district of the mellah to visit the Lazama Synagogue and the Miaara Jewish cemetery to gain a greater understanding of Marrakesh’s cosmopolitan past.
Think of the medina’s souqs as a shopping mall, but laid out according to a labyrinthine medieval-era plan. Whether you want to spice up your pantry with North African flavors or buy a carpet to add Moroccan-wow to your house, this magpie’s nest of treasures is manna for shop-til-you-drop fanatics. The main market streets are Souq Semmarine and Souq El Kebir. If you see something you really like there, fine – but understand prices will be higher. Smaller souqs and souqs dedicated to artisan workshops such as Souq Haddadine (Blacksmith’s Souq), where you can buy directly from the producer, generally have the best deals.
Got your map ready? Well, it’s probably of little use to you here. Wrapped within the 19 kilometers of powder-pink rammed-earth ramparts, the medina is Marrakesh’s show-stopping sight of crowded souqs, where sheep carcasses swing from hooks next door to twinkling lamps, and narrow, doodling ochre-dusted lanes lead to nowhere. The main artery into this mazy muddle is the vast square of Djemaa El Fna, where it’s carnival night every night. Stroll between snail vendors, soothsayers, acrobats and conjurers, musicians and slapstick acting troupes to discover the old city’s frenetic pulse. The party doesn’t end until the lights go out.
Guided tours to the best sights of the city: Djemaa El Fna square, Musée Yves Saint Laurent, Jardin Majorelle, Musée de Marrakech, Ali Ben Youssef Medersa, Bahia Palace, Saadian Tombs, Maison de la Photographie
Marrakech is a foodie haven: from street food vendors to fine dining, you find anything. Immerse is smalls, tastes, and colours and enjoy!
Our professional therapists offer a wide range of treatments to help you relax and feel happy in your body.
Each deposit paid (25% of retreat fee), is a non-refundable registration fee. In case of venue reservation a deposit of 30% has to be payed, that is non-refundable either.
Full refunds, less the standard deposit rate will be provided on cancellations, up to 90 days prior to the start date of the booked retreat.
A 50% refund, less the standard deposit rate will be provided on cancellations between 60-89 days prior to the start date of the booked retreat.
A 30% refund, less the standard deposit rate will be provided on cancellations between 30-59 days prior to the start date of the booked retreat.
No refund will be provided on cancellation between 29-0 days prior to the start date of the booked retreat.
No refund will be provided for premature leaving of the retreat or failure to arrive at the retreat for any reason.
All retreat payments are due 30 days prior to start date unless otherwise specified. Clients whose balances are not received by the 30-day deadline, risk forfeiting their retreat booking.