We spent our last night in Morocco at Dar Seven. It was right after new years, when most folks had left Marrakech and so we had the place to ourselves. The 'hotel' is done up very tastefully. It had hints of Moroccan elements but also felt very Italian in its decor.
We were given a room on the ground floor and both the room and bathroom were spacious. Unlike some of the other Riads in Morocco, this one was well heated.
The housekeeper was very friendly and graciously walked us to and back from our dinner within the medina!
It's a lovely smaller place that I would highly recommend.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in the heart of the Marrakech Medina, it offers three rooms and one suite, a roof terrace, a central courtyard, two lounges and an open dining area. A serene oasis contrasting with the vibrant and frenetic souks. With soothing white, beige, grey tones, dark brown wooden furniture, luxury fabrics and dinnerware, this place is fit for royalty. Perfect for couples, friends, families and bigger gatherings as the whole riad can be rented for parties of up to eleven people. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Dar 7
- Dar Seven Marrakech