The most beautiful riads for traditional holidays.?

The most beautiful riads for traditional holidays.?


Are you looking for a refuge from your gloomy days? A place not far from your home, but which allows you to escape? An immersion in another culture? Direction… Marrakech!

Undoubtedly the most famous city in Morocco, Marrakech awaits you to make you forget your daily life, thanks to its chaotic streets, in the heart of its thousand-colored Medina, in the scent of its spices and the flavor of its couscous.

For absolute immersion in the local culture, only one solution: stay in a riad in Marrakech. A typical Moroccan establishment, the riad is made up of different rooms spread over several floors, as well as an interior courtyard often equipped with a fountain or a pond (often transformed into a swimming pool for your greatest pleasure!). Are you planning to go on vacation? So, check out these affordable luxury Marrakech riads and get ready to spend a few days under the palm trees!

A riad in Marrakech for a luxurious holiday

Your trip to Marrakech promises to be exceptional if you stay at  Riad Monceau  : you will indeed enter this establishment via an Andalusian patio paved with Carrara marble, decorated with a swimming pool decorated with traditional mosaics.

However, this is only the entrance. Riad Monceau also offers a superb marble hammam, a rooftop jacuzzi where you can fill up on vitamin D while relaxing, not to mention a luxurious spa and a Moroccan restaurant where you can taste the dishes of a famous chef.

And if that’s not enough for you, expect to be treated like a pasha in his suite… Yes, a pasha, since in your room with a jacuzzi sprinkled with rose petals and surmounted by a 5-meter dome, you can only feel like a real member of the royal family.

A riad in Marrakech to feel at home

Are you one of those people who love to travel, but whose home begins to miss after the third day? Then you have found the perfect place, because at  Riad Jaaneman you will breathe a bit of European air: this elegant riad in fact belongs to an Italian who has carefully renovated it, mixing tradition and design Visit my site:

Riad Jaaneman is an oasis of tranquility in the chaos of the streets of the Medina. Once you arrive, you can immediately relax under the palm trees at the edge of the entrance pool, or even savor the traditional mint tea in one of the lounges inside the establishment.

And if Marrakech has conquered you with its reputation as a well-being destination, all you have to do is let expert hands take care of you in the establishment’s hammam, or simply relax on its terrace overlooking the ‘Atlas.

If you’re still looking for the perfect scenario to stage your Instagram stories, look no further:  Ryad Dyor , considered one of the most chic riads in the Medina, is full of unique corners to take the picture perfect.

Start with the terrace where, on the warmer days, dinner is served under the stars. Then head to the hammam for a digital detox and let yourself be pampered before diving into the pool and ending on a high note with a cup of mint tea (don’t forget of course to immortalize this moment!). Too quiet? All you have to do is leave the riad to discover, just a stone’s throw away, the snake charmers of the Jemaa el-Fna square, the spice sellers of the souk, as well as the Koutoubia mosque!

A riad in Marrakech for a stay in the city

Do you like exploring cities on foot? Then the  Riad Dixneuf la Ksour is the ideal place to discover the pearl of Morocco. It is located a few minutes walk from the beating heart of the city, the Jemaa el-Fna square, the Majorelle garden and the souks where you can buy local craft products.

But this riad offers more than a privileged location! Its design is inspired by one of the symbols of the city, the Medersa Ben Youssef, for a complete immersion in the style of Marrakech. You can also relax by the pool or have a massage at the spa. This will allow you to regain your senses after the most intense negotiations with the carpet sellers of the souk or a game of hide and seek in the winding streets of the Medina.