Newly opened and without doubt one of our top tips!
There are many doors in Marrakech and one cannot imagine what is behind them, however, in Bab doukkala, on el gza arset street at number 186, you will find a peaceful place, with friendly faces and a 21st century menu. Latitude 31 is not a Moroccan restaurant… at least not in the conventional sense! They offer a blend between old and new, ancient and ultra modern.
While most Moroccan restaurants would serve you the well known and delicious chicken tagine with olives, the welcoming team at Latitude 31 will prepare it with exotic fruits…They offer a good variety of salads, tagines, briouates, cous cous and deserts as well as refreshing non alcoholic cocktails and soft drinks. They do not serve alcohol!
Our fantastic team will help you make a reservation and our Marrakech Riad travel guide app, which is available for iOs and Android, will guide you to the front door!
Fresh vegetables are a staple food in Marrakech. It is common to see farmers selling produce in the narrow streets of the medina, there are also specialist greengrocers like this one on the Rue Mouassine on the way to the Jemma al Fnaa Square from our Marrakech Riads.
There is nothing to compare to a Riad boutique hotel to experience the charm of old Marrakech and the genuine warmth of a Moroccan welcome. Reserve accommodation today and you can order a delicious meal to be waiting for you on arrival.
We are very proud of our newly installed Moroccan tent on the Roof Terrace at Riad Papillon. Hand made by local craftsmen it is a beautiful and romantic space especially in the evening when it can be lit by candles.
The tent will feature during the winter months and is an excellent place to eat, whether a wonderful breakfast or a delicious evening meal. Why not book a dinner in advance for the evening of your arrival?
Your en suite room in a de Luxe Riad is the perfect base from which to explore the Medina of Marrakech. Our two Riads, Riad Papillon and Riad Cinnamon are located in the heart of the ancient Medina, a UNESCO heritage site.
Explore the famous Marrakech Souks, discover the incomparable Jemaa al Fnaa square, visit the Museum of Marrakech, the Ben Youssef Medersa and the thousand year old Kouba Baroudiyine. Then leave the bustle of the medina and return to the tranquility of the Riad courtyard. Your personal oasis for the duration of your stay in Marrakech.