This is a very stylish riad inside the Medina though away from the bustle of the souks. We were upgraded to the Jasmine suite which enjoys a private roof terrace which could be a real boon in Marrakech. Unfortunately the weather was quite wet so we didn't get to appreciate it, in fact the riad has a large roof terrace available to all its guests which would have been a great place to have breakfast on a sunny day. The suite is elegant and tastefully furnished though the bathroom is 2 floors down from the bedroom with a day room inbetween, the day room is very cute but not particularly useful. The staff at the riad are helpful and friendly. The guided walk to Jemaa el Fna, the main square, when you arrive is very useful, after a day the medina and souks are quite easy to navigate but it is reassuring that the riad provide you with a Moroccan mobile phone in case you get lost. The square is about a 20 minute walk away though you are soon in the bustle of the souks and although there is plenty of activity the walk is safe and we never felt threatened. We ate at the riad the first night and they had no problem serving plenty of vegetarian moroccan food, though eating at the stalls in the square is a must As our stay in Morocco was short we just took the one day trip from the Riad to the Ourika valley - a great escape from the city and an insight into another part of the country. We asked the riad to book us a hamman though at the arranged time there was no one available who knew exactly where we should go, instead we went to De la Rose which we stumbled across we couldn't recommend it highly enough, a truly relaxing experience. Afterwards we found out that the Riad has its own hamman though curiously that hadn't been mentioned to us.
Jasmine suite is spread over 3 floors but has lovely private roof terrace.
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