Your experience of the medina will start right out of the Riad by the discovery of traditional markets, souks, and finally the famous Jemaa el Fna you can easily reach on foot.

Our guests can enjoy the terrace, the patio and the comfortable lounge or TV, music, reading and games are available.
Spa services, hammam and massages, as well as bar and restaurant are available at the Riad facing us.

For a small fee, a rich traditional Moroccan breakfast is served every morning at the request; on the terrace, on the patio or in the lounge, depending on your mood or the weather.
Evening meals can be served on request.

We like Morocco and Marrakech in particular. We want our guests to be delighted. The experience of these also passes by their discovery of the city and Morocco. We can advise you on current activities and help find the best service for them. Offers of excursions of one to several days (Sahara, trekking, Essaouira, waterfalls ... are available at the reception. Guaranteed by trusted local service providers, their prices are reasonable.

Dating from the 13th century, the neighborhood Bab Taghazout and Zaouia Sidi Bel Abbes are mentioned in testimonies like Lisan ad-Din Ibn al-Khatib will attest to the work already in the 14th century the modest structure. The true story of the zaouia begins in the early 17th century, when the Saadian Sultan Abu Faris epilepsy in 1603 had built a mosque adjoining the mausoleum primitf then in 1615 a library. In 1625, the remains of Ibn Abu Mahalli, self-proclaimed mahdi and the rebel saadien power, is buried in the madrasa of Sidi Bel Abbes. With the coming to power of the Alawites, the attention paid by the authority to the sanctuary place unabated despite moving the court to Meknes. In 1720, Sultan Moulay Ismail erected a dome over the grave of the saint. In 1756, Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdallah ordered the restoration of the madrasa and decrepit shrine, the mausoleum giving the appearance it has today. In 1769, this same sultan equips the mausoleum of a monumental fountain. A little less than a century later it was the turn of Sultan Abd ar-Rahman ordered the repair of the Zaouia. In 1850, his son, Sultan Mohammed IV built the souk Majadliyin adjoining the Zaouia. In 1907, Sultan Moulay Abdelaziz had decorated the hall of the mausoleum, decorating effort again in the 1980s by King Hassan II.

We are at a reasonable distance (1600 m), north of Jemaa el Fna. It is easy to reach by foot (20 minutes through the souks), by taxi (10 Dirhams) or by mini bus no. 2 which crosses the medina (3 Dirhams). In any case, the landmark is the door of Bab Taghzout. We can also welcome you from the airport with a private shuttle. Finally, there is a guarded car park nearby.