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The Riad: The ground floor features an entrance galley displaying Berber jewelry and artifacts as well as our refreshing pool with handcut tilework, its own inviting waterfall, and massage jets. Our attractive loggia serves as an informal dining area, and there are two separate reception areas where you can use our complimentary WIFI or business computer for client use. The cozy salon—the perfect place to read, play cards, watch satellite television, or converse with friends and family—has both a small library of books and magazines and a magnificent fireplace. Two roof terraces provide seating where you can sunbathe or enjoy the spectacular vistas of the Marrakech medina, including minarets, the High Atlas Mountains, and the fabulous Koutoubia Mosque. There is even a cozy covered terrace to use on rainy days.

Standard Features in Each Chamber: heating and air-conditioning, oscillating fans, complimentary WIFI (except Terrace Duplex), security safes, snack or mini-bars, alarm clocks, wooden hangers, flashlights, bottle openers, chic magazines, comfortable bathrobes, washcloths, hairdryers, vanity mirrors, shower clotheslines, and amenities such as shampoo, soap, shower caps, tissues, cotton swabs, and bottled water. All rooms also include extra blankets and pillows, tile floors, vintage Berber rugs, tadelakt (limestone) walls, original artwork by Moroccan artists, and private bathrooms with oversized showers outfitted with hand-made tiles.

Grand Chamber Suite (first floor) The luxurious peach and green suite features unique traditional Moroccan furniture with bone, leather, and silver inlays, a fireplace, limestone walls, king-sized bed with handmade linens, authentic Berber pottery, pillows, rugs, and artifacts, antique wooden doors, windows, and shutters, a stained glass lighted cabinet filled with Moroccan curiosities, a minibar, full-length closet mirror, a walk-in shower with both an oversized brass "rain" shower head and a standard brass shower head, and weight scales. The two tall windows with wrought iron grillwork have views over the swimming pool, and through the double doors is a secluded mezzanine.
Chamber Blue (first floor) is a quiet traditional Moroccan standard king-bedded room with warm coral-colored walls accented with blue and red and features bright bedside reading lights and hand-made bedside ceramic lamps, cream bejmat floor tiles, and handmade chairs and tables. The room overlooks the swimming pool and the nesting birds which roost nightly in the trees. The closet is crafted of wood, using a distinctive Moroccan grillwork. Beautiful stained glass lanterns twinkle overhead, which complement the antique wooden stenciled doors, windows, shutters, and wrought- iron grillwork.
Chamber Margaret (second floor) is a quiet deluxe room with cream colored limestone walls decorated with rustic Berber artifacts and an “Ikki” oleander wood and beam ceiling, small library of books and magazines, two small sitting areas with handmade Moroccan furniture, a king-sized bed with handmade Berber pillows and throws, an authentic Berber wedding trunk, original artwork, a large bathroom with a walk-in shower with both an oversized brass "rain" shower head and a standard brass shower head, weight scales, and full length mirror, a minibar, and a restful covered outdoor terrace with sofas and chairs. The tiled floor features an antique Ait Ouarayne tribal rug.
Chamber Rachid (second floor) is a sunny standard double room with an “Ikki” oleander wood and beam ceiling and a colorful crème and red décor. The room features a custom-made, hand-painted bedstead and armoire, a cozy alcove with a small fireplace, original artwork, and two shuttered windows with stained glass inlays and iron rails which possess views overlooking the swimming pool and central courtyard.
The Terrace Duplex (second floor) sleeps three persons with a double bed upstairs and a single downstairs. Many Berber artifacts are displayed throughout, with an emphasis on Touareg artifacts. (The Touaregs are the famous Berber “Blue Men” who live in the desert.) Both upstairs and downstairs, there is an “Ikki” oleander wood and beam ceiling, tiled floors with area mats or Berber rugs. Upstairs, five shuttered windows and the private terrace overlook the medina, the lovely Koutoubia Minaret and the High Atlas Mountains, Upstairs and downstairs each have separate heating and air-conditioning units. The large bathroom downstairs features twin sinks and an oversized shower.