Not one corner of this magnificent Riad has been left neglected. Cool marble, intricate mosaics, gilt frames, silverware, velvet chaise longues and hi-tech wizardry abound. (JMG 12/08) This Riad offers a select four rooms and one suite, all stylishly decorated with choice objects d art and Warhol prints reflecting famous people throughout history from all corners of the globe. Choose from the Mao room with black lacquered furniture, Chinese urns and cool, jade green accents, or the Marilyn room with several of the iconic prints adorning the walls. Portraits of the German author, poet and philosopher hang in the Goethe room along with a leopard skin basking in front of a traditional exposed brick fireplace. The rooms are extremely clean, are spacious to be a riad and the bathrooms are full of style & facilities for the maximum comfort. The Riad has not a lobby itself but the traditional courtyard in the heart of the Riad with a lotus fountain surrounded by a small, neat oasis of low shrubs and plants, overlooked by a fragrant orange tree. Potted flowers and plants are dotted throughout the Riad, especially high up on the enticing roof terrace The exterior is like any other traditional medina house. The Riad has its own kitchen and it serves fantastic meals but there is not a place as restaurant but the whole riad, from the patio to the roof terrace to enjoy the really good Moroccan food.
This fantastic Riad, part of the well know Lotus chain, is in la Medina, the ancient part of the city, where the street market are and the famous Jemma el Fna square with its food stalls and the main attraction of the city.