Riad in a very old building, situated at the outer wall of the Medina. The Riad has been renovated in the 'traditional' style, is absolutely beautiful, and an oasis of peace & quiet away from bustling Marrakech. Rooms are very charming and clean. The owner is a young, friendly guy, who acts as a perfect host. I only stayed one night at the Riad but when I left to head for the High Atlas mountains, he quickly assembled a small plastic back with goodies for the children in the Berber villages up in the mountains... a nice illustration of his personality. The only downside of the Riad is that it is located at the outskirts of the Medina so it's a solid walk to e.g. 'la place', which at the end of a long, hot day, can be a bummer. But hey, there's cheap taxis so it's a minus but should certainly not be a showstopper.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Only a 15-minute walk to Jemaa El Fna Square, Riad Ajebel offers guest accommodation in a typically Moroccan, 11th-century building. A rooftop terrace with sunbeds, a hammam and massage rooms are at guests’ disposal.The air-conditioned, individually themed guest rooms feature local, hand-crafted furniture and free Wi-Fi access. All have a private bathroom with bathtub or shower and traditional berber carpets.A Moroccan breakfast is provided daily at Riad Ajebel and may be enjoyed in the room or on the terrace. ... more less
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