We are experts at creating a Moroccan experience perfectly tailored to our guests needs. These are some of our most popular sights and activities, and they may be customized to the utmost extent of your imaginations.
Ranging from boutique experiences with just a few rooms to ornate palaces with otherworldly luxuries, these traditional Moroccan guest houses come adorned with beautiful carvings and hand-crafted ornaments often sourced locally from the neighbouring workshops.
Here, you’ll be welcomed with the same hospitality and warmth as you might expect from family, with carefully prepared garden breakfasts and tree-filled courtyards offering a cool respite from the beating sun. Cool off in the courtyard, take a dip in the pool, or simply lay back, relax, and enjoy the best of Moroccan hospitality.
Whether you're looking to up you pantry game with North African flavours or buy an intricate and hand-crafted lamp to add Moroccan-flair to your house, the Marrakech medina is a shopper's dream. Wander further into the maze of shops and alleyways, and you'll find yourself among the artisans behind the crafts.
Breakfast is provided at the Riad where you are staying in Marrakech. Riads in Marrakech typically offer a delicious Moroccan breakfast that includes a variety of items.
Some common breakfast offerings at Riads in Marrakech may include freshly baked bread, Moroccan pancakes (baghrir or msemen), traditional pastries (such as sfenj or chebakia), a selection of jams and spreads, fresh fruit, yogurt, eggs, and a choice of hot beverages like mint tea or coffee. Enjoying a hearty breakfast at your Riad will provide you with energy for the day ahead and is a wonderful way to start your exploration of Marrakech.
The Majorelle Garden is a two and half acre botanical garden and artist's landscape garden in Marrakech, Morocco. It was created by the French Orientalist artist, Jacques Majorelle over almost forty years, starting in 1923, and features a Cubist villa designed by the French architect, Paul Sinoir in the 1930s.
Immerse yourself in culture and visit the Djemaa El Fena Square, the beating heart of the city, declared UNESCO’s Oral and Immaterial Heritage list since 2001. It's an open-air theater and continues a rich tradition of sounds, sights and scents that has been ongoing since the 11th century. From storytellers to acrobats and fortunetellers to consult. With Gnaoua dancing All around and scattered musical performers and magicians entertaining the dazzled visitor. Dining in one of the restaurant stalls that offer an endless variety of street foods and drinks.
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