Like most Arabo-Andalusian-style houses, life in the two-storey riad centres around a tree-planted courtyard. Built in 1880, the riad offers guests 5 rooms in total and facilities including a lobby with 24-hour reception and check-out service, a hotel safe, TV lounge, café, breakfast and dining room and WLAN Internet access.People from muslim countries/religion need a marriage certificate to share a double room. The riad has limited staff in house, 1 mersonne in the morning and 1 in the evening, but the riad is staffed 24 hours a day. Access is challenging, as there are no street names in the medina, so organising transfer prior to arrival is a must.Each room features an en suite bathroom with a shower, bathtub and hairdryer. Further in-room amenities include a double bed, hi-fi, Internet access and individually regulated air conditioning and central heating units. Guests may also relax on their private balcony or terrace.
Arriving by car: The best option is to get to Baab Ghmat, east of the Medina, and to go straight along Lycee Mohamed V to Ben Salah square. This will be a big challenge as Marrakech has very poor signs. There is no access to the medina at certain times of day and the narrow streets are exceptionally busy at night. Guests should ask a small taxi to take them to Ben Salah square and then ask Rehal, one of the local porters based on the square.