The Arabic term "riad" means nothing other than "garden with trees". It is a traditional Moroccan home that is used as a hotel. In the centre, there is a leafy courtyard with a water basin and a cosy terrace on the roof. When you enter a riad, you leave the hustle and bustle of the city and find yourself in an oasis.
Riad Les Yeux Bleus
Moroccan hospitality meets charming modernity. Located in the picturesque Bab Doukkala district, Riad Les Yeux Bleus takes its guests into a fairytale world. In addition to the breathtaking courtyard, the hotel has two pools, a library, a spa, and a magnificent terrace with bar.
Le Riad Yasmine
With its eight rooms, the Riad Yasmine offers an intimate oasis of calm in the bustling city. In the inner courtyard, the small pool, the cacti, and the colourful flowers make you feel like you are in paradise. The roof terrace also invites you to daydream; let your eyes wander across the entire city of Marrakech all the way to the snow-covered Atlas Mountains.
Le Riad Berbère
The Riad Berbère offers five guest rooms with direct access to the heart of this Moroccan accommodation; the beautiful garden. Over a glass of traditional tea, the collected impressions of the royal city have time to sink in and your body can be recharged.
Located in the centre of the historic medina of Marrakech, Riad 42 has been restored by a French-Belgian couple. It stands out with its simplistic furnishings and design. The warm colours as well as the wooden accents evoke a feeling of comfort. It is a place of tranquillity in the middle of the colourful Marrakech.
With its proximity to popular sights, Riad Kniza is the perfect starting point for exploring Marrakech. The authentic, oriental flair of the accommodation makes the riad a place out of the Arabian Nights.
Riad Almaha Marrakesch
This hidden gem can be found in the lively Kasbah district, the oldest part of Marrakech. This is a hotel that combines Moroccan craftsmanship with contemporary interiors. The inner courtyard – lined with majestic arcades – is a dreamlike oasis. Indulge yourself in the spacious spa and enjoy the starry sky on the cosy terrace in the evening.
Situated in a quiet side street just a few steps from the Djemaa el Fna market square is the Riad Kaiss. With its beautiful mosaic tiles, sunny roof terrace, and traditional hammam, the accommodation gives its guests the space they need to relax. Furthermore, the riad has a lot to offer when it comes to culinary delights. Those interested in Moroccan cuisine can take a cooking class.
The Riad BE welcomes you into the colourful Moroccan world. The accommodation in the middle of the historic medina consists of two different riads, which are connected by the beautiful roof terrace. Here, tradition meets modernity. The rooms – furnished with great attention to detail – guarantee dreamlike nights.
72 Riad Living
The spacious terrace of 72 Riad Living is one of the highest in the medina and is the perfect place to enjoy the sunset and end an adventurous day in comfort. The individually furnished rooms and the Moroccan creations of the chef will seduce you into the oriental world of Marrakech.
The Riad Idra stands out with its bright and friendly interior mixed with oriental design. Both, the cosy courtyard and the roof terrace, invite you to relax and enjoy. The luxurious spa and the excellent cuisine round off the stay in this Moroccan jewel.
Riad Dar Assiya
The Riad Dar Assiya has two different locations. Both hotels are located in the city centre and transport guests into the world of an authentic Morocco. Every corner exudes oriental flair, and the few rooms create an intimate atmosphere that invites you to let go and recharge your batteries.
A paradisiacal haven of peace in the middle of lively Marrakech. The unique Riad Kheirredine impresses not only with its excellent service, but also with its tasteful furnishings. Enjoy the fascinating view of the Atlas Mountains from the terrace and let Moroccan gastronomy show its best side.
- Header - Photo by Le Riad Yasmine on Facebook
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- Paragraph 3 - Photos by Le Riad Berbère
- Paragraph 4 - Photos by Britney Gill on Riad 42
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