Riad de Tarabel is a luxury riad nestled in one of the oldest and most beautiful districts of the Marrakech Medina, near the Dar El Bacha Palace. Unlike many of the riads in Marrakech Riad de Tarabel has opted for a more French style with its interiors resulting in an elegant and stunning hideaway. This old colonial mansion with its sun-kissed terraces, hidden corners and tree-lined patios is waiting to be discovered by those who are after a unique, more refined and refreshingly different riad experience.
Marrakech is great for a 3 night dash or a week long stay. Some prefer to shop until they drop in the souks and the new town of Gueliz which has some super interior and leather shops, others prefer to take it easy and explore the city on foot and just take in the wonders of the Red City. A day trip to the Atlas Mountains is a must if you are staying more than 3 nights and on a lovely day a few hours spent at Yves Saint Laurent's Jardin Majorelle is well worth it.
Imagine an elegant and atmospheric restaurant in Paris..that is how you will feel dining at Riad de Tarabel. The candlelit table setting is exquisite and very romantic. The food is a perfect mix of French and Moroccan taking the best from both.
Riad de Tarabel will soon have 10 rooms and suites, but for now there are 6 beauties to choose from. Antiques, family furniture and photos give each of the rooms a French colonial feel, allowing you to drift back to bygone ages. Tiled floors, open fireplaces, rolltop baths and French tablelinen, crisp sheets and sweet smelling fresh roses are some of the features here. One of the bedrooms has two rolltop baths, making it the perfect choice for friends or couples.
Just 15 minutes from the Red City and 10 minutes from the lush golf courses of Marrakech, Dar Layyina is a very peaceful retreat. This charming boutique hotel has 2 swimming pools, a spa, tennis court, table tennis and stunning far-reaching views across the famous Atlas Mountains.