The Mabrouka is tucked away in a litte street near the Bahia Palace, in the southern part of the medina.
There are two suites, two junior suites and two double rooms; all have bathrooms and all except one of the double rooms has air conditioning.
There’s a big salon on the ground floor, featuring a large fireplace and a library corner; there’s also a dining area (with another fireplace); various seating areas on the ground floor patios; and a huge roof terrace with views to the Atlas Mountains.
Eating and drinking
Delicious Moroccan breakfasts are served on the roof terrace; lunches and dinners (Moroccan cuisine) can be provided with one day’s notice
Small plunge pool on the ground floor; hammam and massage room; TV, DVD player, music player games and books in the salon. Wi-fi is available in the common areas of the riad; English-speaking newspapers can be delivered daily.
Hassan and Mourad speak good English and will look after your every need; they are accommodating hosts but also know when to stay in the background.
Who stays there
Mainly couples staying for a romantic retreat; some families; also groups of friends (the house can be rented as a whole, accommodating 12 people, for a minimum of 12 nights).
- High-Speed Internet
- Swimming Pool
- Culture vultures
- Mature travellers
- Escaping the crowds
- Chilling out
- Design and architecture
Pros & Cons
- Lots of spa indulgence on offer
- A great place for peace and quiet
- At the top end of its price range