We just spent 5 lovely nights at the this riad, which has a beautiful and unusual round central opening - rather then the traditional square!
We didn't book ahead and since it was quiet season, we managed to get one of the sunnier rooms on the top floor (Ask for Room 10!) for just 300 dirhams a night, plus 50 extra for breakfast for 2 people. Usually, it's about double the price!
The staff are friendly and helpful, most of the time they are watching football on a big screen in the large downstairs lounge - which my husband enjoyed a bit too!
The roof terrace had great views, very large with several loungers and seating areas. We sunbathed up there for a few days - and had it all to ourselves! Could do with being re-painted and spruced up a bit, but it was much nicer than all the other riads we checked out and the reason we chose this one!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- In the 19th century Riad Al Khansaa was the British Consulat, today is a charming hotel, with a nice decor, a panoramic terrasse on the roof over the ocean and the old town. The restaurant with a french and a Moroccan chef is a good place to have a lunch or a dinner. ... more less
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