In the heart of the medina, a couple of minutes from Bab Laksour, the Place Jemaa el Fna and the Mouassine district; just off Rue Sidi el Yamami.
There are four double bedrooms, each with its own bathroom and overlooking the courtyard. All rooms have heating, fans and air conditioning.
The ground floor courtyard is shaded by banana trees and coconut palms and has comfortable easy chairs, a delightful and cool recessed seating area, and a cosy library. The roof terrace is a haven of peace just minutes from the souks, scattered with cushions, loungers and sofas.
Eating and drinking
Delicious breakfasts, plus lunches and dinners on request, cooked with fresh ingredients delivered daily from a local organic farm – the style of cuisine is Moroccan with an Italian/Mediterranean twist.
Wi-fi and hammam on site; it’s possible to organise visits from masseuses and beauticians and courses in cookery, Arabic calligraphy and decorative techniques. House parties including traditional music or contemporary DJs are also possible.
Lucrezia has excellent English and is friendly, knowledgeable and utterly charming.
Who stays there
Couples, small family groups, groups of friends. Great if you and some mates want to shop till you drop and/or indulge in some body treatments. Booking the whole riad (8-10 people) is possible.
Prices are exclusive of tourist tax; credit card guarantee to confirm bookings
- High-Speed Internet
- Culture vultures
- Families with teenagers
- Chilling out
Pros & Cons
- Small house with personal service
- Convenient location
- Food made with organic ingredients
- At the upper end of its price range