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Marrakech riad - a dream of 1001 nights!

Marrakech Riad Signature

In the middle of the medina and just a stone's throw from the famous Place Djemaa El Fna away is this detail-loving Marrakech Riad with a beautiful roof terrace!

The owner is French, which says a lot.

DThe riad is typically Moroccan with its courtyard, yet not at all stale or overcharged like some other Morocco hotels. Everything is true to style and in a minimalist design.

Marrakech Riad: Riad Signature courtyard

Highlights are definitely the tree with seating area and fountain in the courtyard, the beautiful roof terrace with a small pool, Loungers and lounge chairs and the cute rooms with stylish bathrooms. French have a taste, it is said.

Our double room Riad Signature MarrakechThe room we had was not huge but comfortable and the bathroom was totally cool, all made of stone. On the roof terrace you can really relax and let the sun shine on your stomach. You do not get anything from the hustle and bustle of the bustling city around you!

Rooftop RiadSignature

The breakfast is varied and tasty, the staff friendly and Francoise anyway the best host ever.

Breakfast in the courtyard Riad Signature

He has us right after arrival directly to Place Djemaa El Fna accompanied and explained exactly how we find back to the riad. The location is awesome, as only about 500 meters away from the main square and the souks. There are a lot of nice restaurants and cafes just around the corner and yet you are in a small alley away from the hustle and bustle.

Main square Marrakech

Price: we have paid for a simple double room per night 75 € including breakfast.

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