This is a boutique hotel developed over a period of four years from a complex of six small town houses and one riad by its Franco-British owners. On entering this haven of calm, guests will be struck by the atmosphere of contemporary refinement and Arabic-Moorish charm, contrasting sharply with the frenetic activity of the thronged medina beyond its walls. Facilities available to guests at the air-conditioned establishment include a lobby with 24-hour reception and check-out services, a hotel safe, a TV lounge, cafe, bar and restaurant. Guests may also make use of the conference facilities, room and laundry services, car park and bicycle hire service.People from muslim countries/religion need a marriage certificate to share a double room.All rooms are disposed around, and look out on one of the four original patios, each planted with flowering shrubs or orange trees, a couple of them echoing to the sound of water spilling from ornamental fountains. All the sound-proofed, well insulated rooms, are each well appointed with a bath or shower (some have both), heating and air conditioning, an in-room safe, hairdryer, minibar, telephone and widescreen TV with satellite channels. Other standard room features include a double or king-size bed, direct dial telephone, radio, Internet access, tea and coffee making facilities, a washing machine and an ironing set.
Enter the medina via the Bab Aganou (city gate), turn right after 90 m and then, passing the much-visited site of the Tombeaux Saâdiens on the left, head straight up the rue de la Kasbah for 370 m until the end. Turning left here, guests will find the hotel some 180 m along on the right.