Getting out of your car in a small market area in the north of Marrakech’s Medina, you enter a maze of narrow and windy corridors, and there at the end is a wood and brass door. Enter a different world.
Villa Nomade is quite something: an old house built around a shaded courtyard garden and fountain. Palm trees reach all the way up to the roof terrace. There is an air of calm, and great style wherever you look. Wifi is available all through.
On our first evening we ate in the dining room and particularly enjoyed an amazing salad - actually 8 delicious dishes on two silver stands. Exotic and refined.
You may hear a dove in the morning. Certainly you'll hear the early morning call to prayers.
Don't miss exploring Villa Nomade's roof terrace - a great place for breakfast or just reading and relaxing during the day.
We would recommend you explore the Medina on foot. Villa Nomade are happy to show you directions on a map. There is so much to see and people seem endlessly happy to help you find your destination.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Over the hubbub of the nearby bazaars, the soothing sounds of a fountain’s steady stream can be heard; a heavy door, discreetly ajar among the ancient facades of the old town (medina), opens onto one of Marrakech’s most beautiful riads.Nine rooms and 3 suites gathered around a large and shaded patio await you. In this palace, beautifully restored in the spirit of refined Arab tradition, you will discover a unique Marrakech. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- La Hotel Nomade