The Riad Zitoune is a traditional Moroccan guesthouse located ideally in the heart of the city of Marrakech, just a short journey from a number of [popular sights and attractions in the city including the famously atmospheric Jemaa El Fna Square where street entertainers enchant guests, the Majorelle Gardens, and the Almoravid Koubba. The riad boasts a wide range of features for guests to enjoy, including a plunge pool ideal for relaxing after a busy day sightseeing, plus there is also a full-service spa offering a range of services and treatments for those seeking to relax and unwind fully. Each of the rooms are decorated in a traditional Moroccan style and come equipped with Wi-Fi connectivity, hair dryer, ceiling fan, private bathroom and rollaway bed on request. For dining there is a restaurant which specialises in Moroccan cuisine and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner for guests to enjoy. Room service is also available during limited hours for those seeking to remain in the comfort of their own room. Additional amenities on offer at the Riad Zitouna include childcare, front desk, tour and ticket assistance, media library, laundry facilities, library, one meeting room and parking nearby for those arriving by car.
The Riad Zitouna is ideally suited to those seeking an intimate stay right in the heart of the medina of Marrakech in an authentic riad offering a true taste of Marrakech.
There is a swimming pool for guests to enjoy, along with a full-service spa offering a range of services and treatments for those seeking the ultimate in relaxation.
Each of the rooms are decorated in a traditional Moroccan style and come equipped with Wi-Fi connectivity, hair dryer, ceiling fan, private bathroom and rollaway bed on request. Certain amenities may be payable locally.
Eating and Drinking
The on-site restaurant serves guests a wide range of traditional cuisine.
The riad is located ideally within the city of Marrakech, known as the â€˜Red Cityâ€™ thanks to the blush-coloured walls that surround it. Constructed in the 12th century, the bricks are made from tabia, which is a mixture of red mud and water from the Hazou plains. But anyone whoâ€™s been to the city will know that its nickname doesnâ€™t do it justice. Red is just one colour in Marrakechâ€™s kaleidoscope.