This bike-sharing system was launched in partnership with the Ministry for the Environment of the Kingdom of Morocco. Tourists,visitors and residents are encouraged to explore Marrakech by bicycle. This concept benefits not only the personal health of the rider, but also the air quality of Marrakech.
With so many people using motorcycles and mopeds, the levels of pollution inside the medina are at a high; all efforts to impact this attitude towards inter-city travel are certainly not in vain.
The bicycles are available 24/7, 365 days a year. Just pop in your bank or credit card and away you go!
Tariffs start from just 50 dirhams per day, with a deal of 150 dirhams for 7 days. There are even low-cost tariffs available for a monthly or yearly bicycle hire; so for those living or studying in Marrakech, Medina bikes can be a fantastic solution for transport without a carbon footprint.
To hire a bike, you must sign up/register using your mobile phone, tablet or desktop (this is a very quick 5 minute process). Once you have registered, you will be sent a code by email or text. You can enter your code or scan your bank card to unlock your bike.
What about when you want to stop and shop? Don’t worry, there’s a feature for that too. There is so much to see in Marrakech, so you will definitely want to make plenty of stops on your ride – when you are ready for a rest you can use the integrated cable lock for short stops. Be aware that you are still being charged for the times when you’re not riding, so where possible it is preferable that you return your bike to a nearby “dock” when you are ready to explore on foot.
When you’re ready to return your bike, just place it back in any of the many “docks” located around the Medina and New Town of Marrakech. For more details, you can check the website. Rumour has it, you’ll soon be able to find the dock locations on our free Marrakech Riad Map & Guide App.
At Marrakech riad we like to think carefully about letting our guests know that they are special to us.
Our passion lies in creating a unique and personal experience that offers a high level of service. We strongly believe the people who visit our beautiful riads help to make it what it is.
It is a great privilege to welcome you to the wonderful ancient Medina of Marrakech, and we always go the extra mile to ensure that your visit is exceptional.
By listening to our visitors and caring about the experience they desire whilst on holiday we know that superb service, luxury bedlinen, romantic rooms and special thoughtful touches make the difference. We don’t skimp on indulgence, and offer serious luxury hand in hand with affordability for discerning travellers. You can be assured that each room is individually styled, with every convenience for our guests taken into account. From the best quality of linen, fresh flowers, natural cosmetics, air conditioning, wifi, concierge service, delicious food we truly raise the bar in Marrakech for boutique riad hospitality.
Expect a plethora of thoughtful little touches which bring a smile to your face. It is all catered for!
Step away from the uniformity of chain hotels, and immerse yourself in the magic of an environment where each moment of your stay has been carefully prepared to leave you with just one thing to consider… how to enjoy every second of your home from home in Marrakech.
Anyone who has visited Marrakech will probably tell stories of the cats and kittens that inhabit the streets of the ancient medina. Every derb (street) you walk down you see family of cats resting in the shade, a cute kitten lapping up some water or a lone cat sneaking around the corner. Even some of Marrakech’s main tourist attractions – such as El Badi Palace, Saadian Tombs or the Menara Gardens – are inhabited by lots of furry felines.
However, unlike our household friends, the cats of Marrakech are street cats. Although they are fed, watered and cared for by the locals, yet don’t entirely exist as pets in the way we consider cats. (Indeed, our riad staff often give the street cats water and leftovers!!) In this way the Marrakech cats are a lot more independent and more carefree than the cats we know and love.
Just as everywhere in the world, the cats and kittens of Marrakech divide opinion. Some love the cats and find them cute and adorable, while others aren’t so interested and would rather keep their distance. This rule applied for both tourists and locals alike. Yet, due to the independent nature of the cats of Marrakech are not used to attention and will probably shy away from a loving hand. Similarly, if cats aren’t your cup of tea – or rather, your cup of mint tea – then it is quite easy to avoid them.
Ultimately, whatever you think about them, the cats and kittens of the medina are genuine Marrakchi locals and are just one of the many things which makes the red city such a unique and interesting place to visit. Why not book at stay at our luxury riads today?
Across the Marrakech Medina, almost on every derb (street), there are many small stalls selling a variety of food from home cooked bread to dried fruit. Indeed, each stall specialises in a different food-type and many sell fresh fruit sourced from the local Marrakech area. It is undoubtedly true that the summer months (July to September) the Fig de Barbarie is the most popular fruit among locals. However during the winter months, when the famous fig is out of season, the Mandarin Orange reigns as the most popular fruit snack.
The mandarin is tender and is damaged easily by cold and can only be grown in tropical and subtropical areas. This is why the mandarin, and indeed most fruits, suits the warm Marrakech climate perfectly. The mandarin is part of the orange family, yet it remains smaller and easier to peel than a normal orange, making it the perfect street snack. Like all members of the citrus family, they provide a boost of vitamins, minerals and natural sugars, giving a healthy natural energy to fuel your walk around the Medina.
These small fruit stalls are used by locals and tourists alike and we highly recommend you take a visit. The local stall sellers are always friendly and happy to help you make your purchase and the fruit is always fresh, healthy and safe to eat.
Although you can also find fresh fruit on every street in the red city, our luxury Riads also serve fresh fruit at breakfast and for snacks during the day upon request. So, why not book a stay at one of our traditional Moroccan accommodation today?
Bab Er-Robb, which translates as ‘Lord’s Gate’, was used for controlling spirits; nowadays it functions as the main entrance into the Medina. Whereas Bab Er-Robb is perhaps not as visually stunning as it’s close neighbor, Bab Agnaou, it is possible to find a beautiful rose garden and comfortable shady benches less than 10 metres from the gate, along the ramparts.
As the most southern of Marrakech’s 19 gates, the Bab Er-Robb often functions as passageway to the roads that lead out of Marrakech; indeed, less than 200m away from the gate itself you can find the Grand Taxis who offer affordable travel to the Atlas Mountains or to the coastal town of Essaouira. If you are looking to take a Grand Taxi on a day trip or on a long excursion, our Riad staff will be able to give you guidance.
While it’s nearby neighbor Bab er-Robb acts as the official entrance to the city, Bab Agnaou functions as the main entrance to the Kasbah which is the site of the El Badi Palace, the Saadian Tombs and the El Mansouria (the kasbah mosque). Bab Aganou is perhaps the most unique of Marrakech’s nineteen gates and it’s original function, as a royal entrance, is perhaps the reason for this. The corner-pieces are decorated with floral decorations extending around a shell is simply exquisite and this ornamentation is framed by three panels and on these panels is an inscription from the Quran.
Built in the 12th century in the time of the Almohad dynasty, Bab Aganou was originally built in blue-grey stone from Gueliz. Nowadays it has become nearly as red as the ramparts that surround it, thanks to the desert sand brought by the wind.
The Bab Agnaou also marks the finishing point of our ‘Woodworking’ Medina walk available for free on our Marrakech Riad app. If you would like to find out more about the Woodworking walk or any of other Medina walks then our Riad staff would be more than happy to help.
Overshadowing the central square of Marrakech is the stunning sight of the Medina, or Argana Mosque.
Hugging the North-Western reaches of the Jemaa el-Fnaa aside of Souk Jdid, the Argana Mosque has no Qur’anic school and exists solely as a space of prayer, acting as a key religious location for local Marrakshi, especially during the holy month of Ramadan.
As the sun sets over the red city and the smoke from the Jemaa el-Fnaa food markets forms a sultry haze over the square, the sight of the Argana Mosque can still always be seen as it’s highest reaches soar over the movement below.
Our luxury riads are but a few minutes walk from the thriving centre of activity that is Jemaa el-Fnaa, explore the magic of Marrakech for yourself today.
Scattered throughout the Medina you will see the many mint salesmen going about their daily trade. Mint is an absolutely key staple in Moroccan society, used in marinades for a variety of dishes and of course in the traditional mint tea.
And the central hub of the red city is of course no exception to this. In the north-western area of Jemaa al-Fnaa on the tip of Rue de la Koutoubia you will discover a congregation of salesmen all specialising in the mint trade.
For around 50 Dirhams (£3.73) you can pick up a bag of dry Moroccan mint leaves to take back home with you. This is a commodity that’s truly unique to this corner of the world and there are a myriad of different culinary uses for this intensely flavoursome ingredient.
However after trying a couple of glasses of Moroccan mint tea for yourself, the only thing you’ll be wanting to do with it is to use it to make your own! Read our mint recipe here for all the relevant information.
If you speak to anyone who has visited Marrakech, you can be sure that they will mention the red city’s famous Souk District. Located in the very heart of the Medina, just north of Jemaa al-Fnaa and a five minute stroll from Riad Spice, Cinnamon, Papillon and Riad Star.
The souks of Marrakech are the largest you can find from all four corners of Morocco and it’s astonishing to think that for a thousand years the district has acted as a thriving central hub for trade and commerce without very little changing at all. Though allowances have been made for modern tastes, many of the traditional commodities can still easily be bought from the winding alleys of the Souks.
As you first walk into Souk Semmarine (the central channel of the district) the sensory overload of sight, smell and sound makes it difficult to focus on any one thing at once! As you come to your senses you will find yourself walking past stalls and shops specialising in pottery, pâtisseries, textiles, spices, carpets, jewellery and more. All of which are dimly lit under the covered boards that shield the alley from the intense Moroccan sun, giving Souk Semmarine a truly magical and mysterious feel.
As the night sun begins to set, the atmosphere in the red city’s central square, Jemaa al-Fnaa, begins to change, so does it in the souks. Indeed, in our opinion, early evening is the best time to visit both the Souks and the Jemaa al-Fnaa square. Look out for stalls specialising in Moroccan lamps, the craftsmanship that goes into designing the lamps is an art that is usually passed down through families, generation after generation. In the evening, the dim glow the lanterns emit light up the darkened corners of the Souks and it’s a common sight to see tourists and Marrakshi locals drawn into the lamps stalls like moths to a flame.
Trips to the Souk district will be one of the highlights of your adventure in Marrakech. They stay open from 9am to 9pm so it’s advisable to visit in the cool of the morning or as the sun starts to set if you are finding it hard to acclimatise to the high temperatures of Morocco. Finally, remember haggling is key! The art of haggling is integral to the culture of transactions that take place in the Souks and stall owners will be disappointed if you don’t try!
Opening Times: 9-10am til 7pm
From the red city of Marrakech to the sleepy oasis of Essaouira, one thing you will not miss on your visit to Morocco is the intense presence of ‘Gnawa’ music. From single musicians to whole troops practice this art form and you will instantly be able to recognise Gnawa in the streets by the distinctive beat of iron rattles or ‘karkabas’.
There is in fact a world of mystery encompassing the exact origin of this revered and celebrated art form. Moroccans agree that it originally crept into the country from the southern reaches of the Sahara deserts however there is much dispute as to how and who originally brought this unique style of music into Morocco.
This Gnawa musicias name is Omar and ever day as I walk from the Riad Dar Habiba down Rue Riad Zitoun el Kdim he is sat just outside the central square of Jemaa al-Fnaa, filling in the air with the steady cadence of Gnawa music through his 3 stringed bass plucked lute, called a ‘hajhuj’.
Although it’s uncertain as to how Gnawa came to arrive in Morocco, what’s important is that it did and that it spread to the four corners of the country like wildfire. Gnawa is so embedded in Morocco that some with a keen ear for this art form can tell the origin of a musician by the slight variations in style and performance in the same was a varying Darija Arabic accent.
Gnawa music is perhaps one of the most remarkable and fascinating arts that I have come into contact with here in Morocco. When you discover Marrakech for yourself you will see how perfectly synchronised this unique sound is with the beat of the red city.
Located in the Mellah district of the Marrakech Medina along Rue Bahia Bab Mellah is Bahia Palace (Palais de la Bahia), just south of the cities central square and a five minute stroll from the Riad Dar Habiba.
The Bahia Palace and the stunning sets of tranquil gardens enclosed behind its walls are within easy walking distance from Djemaa El Fnaa and have thus become a hugely popular destination for visitors of the red city.
After speaking with some of the helpful tour guides within the Palace, I learn that the Bahia was constructed in the late 19th Century between 1894 and 1900 by the commission of a father and his son, Si Moussa and Ba Amed. Both were Viziers to Moroccan sultans and their intentions were to build a Palace that would outshine any other Palace of its time.
Indeed some may argue that they succeeded. Trickling fountains, fresh orange trees and shaded gardens are scattered throughout the walled pavilions of the Palace, allowing the name ‘Bahia’ meaning “brilliance” to live up to it’s standards.
Alongside the pastoral beauty within the Bahia palace, the level of craftsmanship that decorates the floors and ceilings of the complex is truly remarkable. Intricately crafted poly-chrome mosaic’s known as Zellij (or zellige) deck the ceilings of the rooms of the Bahia Palace, of which many were designed to house the wives of the ruling Sultan.
The Bahia Palace showcases a beautiful fusion between traditional Moroccan and Islamic architectural design and for only 10 Dirhams entry you can gain a fascinating glimpse into to history of the kingdom of Morocco. Make sure you stop by to admire this truly astounding landmark just a short walk from our Riad hotel Dar Habiba.
Nestled alongside Boulevard Al Yarmouk is the Marrakech Medina’s cyber park. If you are looking to seek some shade from the Moroccan sun or need to send a quick e-mail while you are on the move in the city, then the cyber park is the ideal location to spend an hour and recharge your batteries.
The Medina’s cyber park and it’s internet facilities are completely free to the public and the collections of fountains, orange trees and even some interesting viewpoints of the Medina’s ramparts make this shady oasis a great place to relax for those seeking respite from the bustle of the city.
Marrakech is a ancient city which has acted as a hub of trade and commerce for nearly a thousand years. One of the most fascinating aspects of the cities rich and diverse history that is well worth your attention is it’s relationship with the arts and crafts.
From leather, textiles and especially metal, craftsmen and apprentices in Marrakech to this day use the skills that have been passed down generation through to generation in the various trades.
This is certainly true in the case of the ‘Tankkacht’, or copper workers of the Marrakech Medina. On or way down Rue Riad Zitoun Kdim, five minutes from Riad Dar Habiba and the cities central square, resident video blogger Jamie Horton and I encountered this Taankacht, whose name is Soufiane.
Soufiane explains that through years of practicing this traditional craft, he is able to inscribe any kind of pattern, lettering or symbol onto various designs of copper with his hand tools. Soufiane goes on to explain to me that to get to his level of expertise, it took him 3 years to learn to inscribe in Arabic, then a further 3 years to master the technique in the Latin languages.
After only 5 minutes Soufiane had inscribed my name into both English and Arabic onto a copper design shaped into the hand of Fatima. For only 30 Dirhams (2.35) this is the ideal souvenir which will allow you to take a piece of Morocco back home with you!
Anyone who has experienced Marrakech will know that unlike most Europeans, the Marrakshi are on the move 24/7. Be it by donkey, horse, motorbike or car you will see the local inhabitants speeding through the ancient city all through the day and night.
This does indeed give Marrakech a unique atmosphere. At times it feels as though the city is so completely charged with sound, smell, movement and energy that it almost seems fit to explode.
Taking this into account however it’s good to remember that Marrakech uses a right hand system in its winding alleyways and roads. Keeping this in mind will help you avoid a bump from a passing bicycle or mope.
So although you may want to have your headphones in to keep up with your Darija Arabic pod-casts, it’s probably better to have all your senses in-tune with the beat of the city in order to prevent a needless scrape!
Walking down the street of Souikat market in the North West of the Marrakech Medina you see two men pulling an unwilling full sized ram towards you, it passes and you think nothing of it. An hour later, in the distance pipes and drums begin to play which gradually crescendo and from a distance you see a large procession of 50 people, fronted by a band dressed in traditional Marakkechi robes marching to an enchanting beat.
Engagement procession outside the charity project Henna Cafe
Representing the second step of a Moroccan engagement, lavish gifts are given from the groom’s family to the brides, along with the highly significant act of slaughtering a sheep, reminding Muslims of the sacrality that is life.
Milk, dates, henna and sugar are given to the female from the male in a earlier step of the engagement each representing a specific necessary characteristic of a long and healthy marriage.
With the wedding and subsequent celebrations sometimes lasting in excessof 25 days, Morocco has a vibrant charm but with roots very much grounded in humble traditions.
As a beautiful setting for an engagement, wedding or anniversary, riad Dar Habiba, with a private Hammam, offers you warming lasting memories in the heart of the Marrakech Medina. Just one of our outstanding Riads in Marrakech
The City of Marrakech is now recycling paper, glass, plastics and cans.
If you are visiting Marrakech, for the ultimate Marrakchi experience stay in the old town Medina. Our Marrakech Riad hotels are sensitively breathing new life into an ancient community and offer a fantastic opportunity to experience this centuries old culture at first hand. Make your reservation today!
The old town of Marrakech is known as the Medina, set inside an ancient city wall and in many ways little changed since the middle ages. The perfect place for your Marrakech medina stay is a restored Riad hotel, constructed around a courtyard garden.
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.
The Moroccan National Flag is proudly flown in the medina of Marrakech on secular and religious holidays.
Stay in a traditional Marrakech Riad and experience the historic medina.
The Marrakech Dyers Souk is located in the central medina just a few minutes walk from our Marrakech Riads. Traditional natural dyes are prepared by hand each day by skilled craftsmen using ancient techniques handed down through the generations.The souk is bright and colourful as the hot Marrakech sun drys freshly dyed yarn hanging overhead. A Riad in the ancient medina is the perfect base for your Marrakech break. Reserve accommodation today!
We never forget that our guests have a choice of places to stay. If you are traveling to Marrakech, why not experience the old town medina first hand in one of our boutique riad hotels?
Individual suites at Riad Cinnamon:
Luxurious en suite rooms at Riad Papillion:
Riad el Kenz, derb tolba 268, quartier Riad Laarouss Sidi Bouamar
Hotel Les Jardins de l’Agdal, Avenue Mohamed VI, Quartier de l’Hivernage
Hotel du Tresor, 77 Sidi Boulokat, Riad Zitoun kdim
Riad Mabrouka Marrakech, 56, Derb El Bahia, Riad Zitoune Jdid
Riad La Terrasse des Oliviers, 79, Derb Derdouba, Bab Doukkala – Médina
Riad el Fenn, Bab el Ksour, Medina
Riad Amin, 42 Place My Yazid Boutouil Kasbah
Riad Assalam, 13 touareg quartier berima
Riad Zinoun, 31, derb Ben Amrane, Riad Zitoune Kedim
Riad Bab Agnaou, 89, Derb Ettabal
Riad Dar Beldia, Sarl Dar Beldia, Derb Houara N°9, Berrima Medina
Riad Dar Oulhoum, 8 Db Kori Side Ben Sliman
Riad Dar Saba, Quartier Riad Laarouss, Derb Sidi Bouamer No 278
Le Riad Monceau, 7 / 8 derb Chaabane, Riad Zitoun Lakdim
Le Riad Chalymar, Derb Sharij No19
Riyad Lila Wa Leila, 15 Bis Kaat ben Nahid, Medina
Riad et Palais des Princesses, 37, 41 Derb Jamaa
Riad & SPA Esprit du Maroc, 12 a 17 derb Belbekkar, Zaouit lhardar Medina
Riad Dar Ftouma, 10 Derb Tizougarine, Bab Doukkala
Sofitel Marrakech Lounge and Spa, Rue Harroun Errachid, Quartier de l’hivernage
Villa Al Assala Palmeraie, Route de Fes, KM 4, Tamsna
Riad Ifoulki, 11,Derb Mqqadem route Arset loghzail
Bled Al Fassia, Com Oulad Hassoune 19261, Douar, Sidi Mbarek, Si
Riad Basma, Dabachi, Derb Jamaa 22
Riad Lotus Privilege, 22 Fhal Zefriti, Quartier Ksour
Riad Anyssates, 144 Derb El Bomba, Arset Ihiri
Riad Houdou, El Moukef ,54 rue Issebtinne , Derb El Hammam
Riad Al Mansoura, Hay Essalam Derb Manchoura 11
Rose Sultan, route Ourika km11
Sofitel Marrakech Palais Imperial, Rue Harroun Errachid, Hivernage
Tichka Salam, Semlalia Route de Casablanca BP 894, Triangle d’Or
Riad Maison Belbaraka, Riad Laarouss Derb Asafrou Sidi Bouamer No 242
Riad Lotus Pearl, 22 Fhal Zefriti, Quartier Ksour-Medina
Bab Hotel, Angle bd Mansour Eddahbi
P’tit Habibi, 59, bis Sidi Ghanem, Zaouia Bab Lakhmis
Hotel & Ryads Naoura Barriere, Rue Djebel Alakhdar
Le Palais Rhoul & Spa, Route de Fes, km 6, Dar Tounsi
Les Jardins de La Koutoubia, 26 Rue de la Koutoubia
Riad Adika, 286 Derb Sidi Bouamar, Quartier Riad Laârouss
Riad Bahia, 66, jnan Ben Chegra, Quartier Mellah
Riad Al Badia, 135 Derb Ahl Souss
Le Meridien N’Fis, Avenue Mohammed VI
Riyad Edward, Derb Marestane 10, Zaouia, Abbassia
Riad la Croix Berbere, 8 Derb Fhal Zefriti Laksour
Suite Novotel Marrakech, Rue Haroun Errachid, Quartier de l’hivernage
Dar Al Hamra, N 4 Derb Zaouia, Rue Rmila
Riad Awinati, La Kasbah, Rue du Mechouar n0 255
Riad Vendome & Spa, 217 Derb El Halfaoui, Dar El Bacha
Kasbah Bab Ourika, Ourika valley
Riad Azenzer, 109 Derb Sebaat Ourijal, Quartier Moukef
Riad el Noujoum, 50, Derb Ben Zina, Kasbah
La Mamounia, Avenue Bab Jdid
Amanjena, Route de Ouarzazate, km 12, Amelkis
Hotel Atlas, Derb Sidi Bouloukat
Riad Hidden, 117, Derb Dabachi
Dar Rhizlane, Avenue Jnane el Harti, Hivernage
Riad Abaka, 21, Derb Roukni, Laksour – Médina
Best Western Tikida Garden, Circuit de la Palmeraie
La Maison des Oliviers, Douer Lgouacem – Tasoultante
Riad Nabila, 3, derb El Farrane , Sidi Ghalem, Zaouia El Abbassia
Domaine des Remparts Hotel & Spa, Km 4 Route de Fes “vers Tallaght”, BP. 2708
Ksar Char-Bagh, Palmeraie de Marrakech
Riad Villa Harmonie, Derb Touareg 23
AnaYela, Derb Zerwl No 28
Riad Bamboo, rue dabachi derb Hejra No 46
Riad Al-Boraq, Zaouia El Abbassia 49, Derb Taht Sour Lakbir
Riad Morgane, 39, derb Sidi Lahcen ou Ali, Bab Doukkala, Médina
Riad Dar Mo Da, 182 Rue El Mouasine
Club Lookea Issil, Circuit de la Palmeraie, BP 1572, Hay Mohamadi
Kenzi Menara Palace, Zone de l’Agdal, av Mohamed VI
Eden Andalou, km 9 route d’Amezmiz
Casa Lalla, Rue Riad Zaitoune Lakdime – 16 Derb Jamaa, Marrakech Medina
Moroccan House Hotel, 3, Rue Loubnane, Guéliz
Riad Zarka, 143 Derb Aarjane, Rahba Lakdima
L Mansion Marrakech, km 9 route de Ourzazate
Hivernage Hotel & Spa, Angle Ave Echouhada et Rue des Temples, Quartier Hivernage
Dar Tuscia, 91 Dior Jdad Zaouia Elabbessia Bad Doukala
Riad Daria, 186, derb Chtouka
Le Pavillon Du Golf, Les Jardins de La Palmeraie, Circuit de la Palmeraie, Boite Postale 1488
Riad Christina, 136, derb Jdid, Derb Dabachi – Médina
Riad Little Paradise, La Palmeraie
Riad Zen House, 230, Arset Ben Brahim, Arset Ihiri, Bab Doukkala
Kasbah Agounsane, Route d’Ourika KM35, Piste Douar Agounsane, Ourika
Infinity Sea, Sidi Ben Slimane Derb Ihihane 25
Kasbah Tiwaline, Bab Atlas, Palmeraie
Diwane Hotel, 24 rue Yougoslavie, Guéliz
Club les Almoravides, Arset Djenan Lakdar
Riad Lotus Ambre, 22 Fhal Zefriti, Quartier Ksour-Medina
Ksar Catalina, 120 Jawhar
Le Riad Monceau, 7 / 8 derb Chaabane, Riad Zitoun Lakdim
Kasbah Caracalla, Km 27 Route de l’Ourika, Dara AL Jaouad – Douar Chaaba
Palmeraie Golf Palace & Resort, Les Jardins de la Palmeraie, Circuit de la Palmeraie
Kenzi Club Medina, Residences Hivernage. Bloc B, Avenue Mohamed VI (ex Avenue France)
Hotel Amani Appart, 11, Rue Aboubakr Sediq
Terre Resort & Spa, West Palmaraie, La Palmeraie
Le Gallia, 30 Rue de la Recette
Riad Dar Shana, 80 Bis Derb Mejjat Bab Ailane
Riad Le Spahi, 6 derb el hammann bab ailen
La Villa Nomade, 7 Derb el Marstane Zaouia El Abbasia Bab Taghzout, Médina
Riad Dar Zaouia, Derb Zaouia No 1
Lodge K, Route de Fez km. 5, Dar Tounsi
Kenzi Semiramis Hotel, Route de Casablanca, Quartier Semlalia
Kasbah Le Mirage, Ouahat Sidi Brahim
Club Med la Palmeraie, Sidi Yahya la Palmeraie
Riad Amssaffah, 1, Foundouk El Melha
Riads des Princesses, 37, Riad Zitoune El Kedim, Derb Jemaa
Riad Dama, 1 Derb El Boumba, Arset El Houte, Medina
Riad Fabiola, Derb El Makina 14, Bab Ghmat, Quartier Arset El Misfioui, Medina
Riad Attouyour, Derb Lala Azouna 51
Auberge de Tameslohte, Douar Laaouina, Bp 80 Tameslohte
Riad Mauresque, 134, derb kach kach, Derb Dabachi – Médina
Riad Ksiba, Derb Kbala No 147, Marrakech Medina
Ryad Mogador Menzah, Avenue Mohammed VI
Riad BB Marrakech, 34 Fhal Zefriti
Hotel Sherazade, Derb Djama 3 t Riad Zitoun L’Kedim
Riad Moucharabieh, 27 Derb l’Hotel, Bab Doukkala
Hotel Kenzi Farah, Avenue du President Kennedy
Club Med Marrakech le Riad, Sidi Yahya
Dar Seven, Kaa Sour 7, Medina
Riad Dar Rassam, 103 Derb El Qadi Azbezt
Les jardins d’Ines, Les Jardins de La Palmeraie, Circuit de la Palmeraie, Boite Postale 1488
Jnane Mogador, 116 Riad Zitoune Kedim, Derb Sidi Bouloukat
Riad L’Orchidee, 42-43 Sidi Bouamar Riad Larousse, Médina
Riad Barroko, derb zaouia 26 bab doukkala
Demeures d’Orient, 10, Arset Ben Nasser, Riad Laarous
Angsana Riad Lydines, 45 derb Abda, Kasbah
Dar Pangal, 132 Derb Chtouka, Kasbah, Medina
Riad Khamssa, Bab El Khemis Sidi Ghanem Derb Ben Khalti, 2
Dar Saria, derb Ouiahah no46 – quartier Sidi Abdel Aziz
Es Saadi Hotel, Ave Qadissia
Atlas Medina & Spa, Ave Hassan 1 er
Golden Tulip Farah Marrakech, Avenue du President Kennedy
Riad Shama, 22 Taht sour Ikbir, Zaouia Abbassia
Ryad Mogador Menara, Avenue Mohammed VI
Riad des Eaux, 24 Derb Lakhadar Riad Zitoun Lakdim Medina
Dar Abiad, 95, bis Sidi Ghanem – Zaouia, Bab Lakhmis – Médina
Riad Hugo, 33 Derb Demnale, The Kabalah
Dar Liqama, Douar Abiad
BlueBay Marrakesh, Douar Ouled Berrahmoun, El Bour, Route de Casablanca
Club Marmara Madina, BAB Atlas – Route de Fes
Riad Hamza, 108, Rue Sidi Bouloukat
Palais Riad Batoul, Angle Arset Lamaach et Dr. Linares
Riad Al Andaluz, 71, Diour Jdad Zaouia El Abassia, Medina
Hotel ZAHIA Marrakech, av Abdelkrim El Khattabi
Hotel Chems, Old town
Hotel le Caspien, 12 Rue Loubnane Gueliz
Hotel ZAHIA Marrakech, av Abdelkrim El Khattabi
Les Jardins de Touhina, Route de Ouarzazate
Riad Quenza, 24, Derb N’Kahl Rabba Lakdima
Dar Naima, 1 derb Ouartani, Mouassine Medina
Ibis Moussafir Marrakech Centre Gare, Avenue Hassan II, Place De La Gare
Residence Al Qantara, Zone Touristique de l’Agdal
Riad Calista, 195 der el tchouka
Sangho Club Privilege Marrakech, PO Box 1567, Daoudiate
Riad Darkoum, 24, Derb Bounouar, Elmoukef
Ibis Moussafir Marrakech Centre Gare, Avenue Hassan II, Place De La Gare
Le Domaine de L’Ourika, km 9 route de l’Ourika
Murano Resort Marrakech, Douar Abiad La Palmeraie
Riad Idra, Derb Tizougarine 105, Dar El Bacha
Dar El Assafir, 24 bis, Arset el Hamed, Bab Doukkala
Riad Dar Nabila, 71 Derb el Boumba, Medina
Riad Chorfa, 6, Derb Chorfa El kebir – Mouassine
Dar Loula, 102, derb Sabaa, Quartier Berrima
Ibis Marrakech Palmeraie, Ave Abdelkrim Khattabi, Route de Casablanca
Tropicana Hotel Club Paladien, rte de casa
Hotel club Eldorador Palmeraie, zone agdal, avenue mohammed VI
Palais Soltan Riad & Spa, Boulevard Mohamed VI, Zone, Touristique Agdal
Riad Tammou, Km 15 Route de Ouarazazate, Chwiter
Corail Hotel, 18 Avenue Hassan II, Gueliz
Marrakech Ryads Parc and Spa, Douer Ouled Benrrahmoun, El Bour
Hotel Sindi Sud, Riad Zitoun Lakdim Derb Sidi Bouloukate 109
Mandarin Oriental Jnan Rahma, Bab Atlas, Palmeraie
Hotel Atlas Asni, Avenue de France
Riad Zagouda, 58, Derb Djid, Royaume du Maroc
Riad Opale Design, 7 derb Ihihane Sidi ben Slimane
Riad Terra Bahia, No9 Derb Jdid, Quartier Assalam, Marrakech médina
Palais des Congres, Avenue Mahomed VI
Riad Fatinat Marrakech, Arset Aouzel 61
Palais Lorhzal, 15 Rue albissate Dar Tounsi, Route De Fes
Riad SADAKA, Sidi Almed Soussi, 34
Vatel Hotel Golf & Spa, Km 13, route d’Amizmiz
Villa d’hotes, Km 12 rue de tahennaout
Royal Mirage Deluxe Marrakech, Rue Paris, Hivernage
Atlas Targa & Resort, Douar Bouchareb Targa
Kenzi Club Oasis, Commune Rurale Ouahat
Ryad Mogador Hotel, Angle Blud 11 Janvier Blud Prince Moulay Abdellah, Bab Doukkala
Kenzi Club Agdal Medina, Avenue Mohamed VI, Zone Touristique Agdal
Riad Bahja, 24 Derb J’did Bab Doukkala
Riad Douzi, 123 Dreb el Aarjan, Medina el Qedima
Hotel Douar Al Hana Resort & Spa, Melk Dahman Rehamena Sud Lieu, dit Zaouiat Ben sassi cercle el bour
Dar R’Mane, 27 Derb Snane, Mouassine – Médina
Auberge Le Maquis, Vallee de l’Ourika – km45, Aghbalou
Marhbabikoum, 43 Derb l’habib el magni
Club Med Marrakech, Place Djemaa-el-Fna
Coralia Club Marrakech Palmariva, Route de Fes – Km6
Ryad Mogador Opera Hotel, Av Mohammed VI
Riad Dar Zinnia, Souika Laarifa, 76, Kasbah
Riad Hotel Assia, 32, calle de la Recette, Riad El Mokha, Jamaa El Fna
Hotel Central Palace, 59 Sidi Bouloukate Marrakech Maroc
Imperial Holiday, 30 avenue Moulay R’chid, Gueliz
Ryad Mogador Agdal, Avenue Mohamed VI, Zone Touristique Agdal
Accessed from the Riad courtyard by a private staircase, the principal bedroom is beautifully proportioned and elegant with full en suite facilities. Best of all is the cosy snug where up to three full size beds can be made up. The Casablanca suite snug space is even equiped with a sony bravia entertainment centre offering satellite channnels in multiple languages as well as a dvd player.
We are very proud of the new sunloungers on the roof terrace at Marrakech Riad Cinnamon. Stylish Elegant and above all comfortable they are individually handcrafted by Moroccan blacksmiths.
Marrakech Riad Cinnamon is located in the heart most historic district of the Marrakech Medina, near to the Almoravid Koubbba (the oldest building in Marrakech), the Marrakech Museum, and the Ben Youssef Mosque. The famous Jemma al Fnaa square is just ten minutes walk through the Souks to the South.
On your first day, your taxi will drop you off at the convenient taxi rank by the Dar el Bacha palace, and Riad Cinnamon is a short pleasant walk away, through the pedestrian-only medina. Please call ahead on + 212 678451893 so that our team can meet you at Dar el Bacha and escort you and your bags to the Riad.
9 Derb el Hajra
El Baroudiyine District
Looking for a comfortable twin room in the Marrakech Medina? The Hibiscus room at Riad Papillon has luxurious twin mattresses, Egyption cotton linen and soft fluffy pillows. There is a generous en suite shower room which is always equipped with robes and slippers as well as towels.
This superb room is air conditioned for your comfort and has a flat screen tv with satellite channels including the BBC. Other features include an ipod docking station and minifridge.
The Riad has a dipping pool, a traditional moroccan open sitting room and a stunning roof terrace with views to the atlas mountains on a clear day.
With the Hibiscus room as your base for your stay in Marrakech you could not be more comfortable. Make your reservation today!