Masked by its unassuming façade, lies a haven of luxuriant calm. Pass through its portals to enter the enchanted world of a traditional medina, where you will be embraced by the Moroccan art of living and overwhelmed by so much to discover.
At Riad Chamali we provide you a personalized service with a professional team who will take care of you during your stay and cater for your every need. We will welcome you at the airport, night or day, and provide traditional food, car rental, swimming pool and a steam room.
Your stay is important to us and we will go out of our way to make your stay unbelievable.
Recently refurtbished but maintaining its authentic character, The Chamali Riad is based around 2 patios which are real places of life and of conviviality:
It is composed of:
-6 traditional rooms (simple or double beds) with view on a patio planted with trees, where you can find orange trees and a waterspout.
-4 rooms all comfort (double beds), disposing of one private bathroom and with a view on a beautiful patio and its swimming pool.
-2 Moroccan living rooms, ideal for relaxation.
We organize the transfer from the airport for 15 euros.
We can collect you from the station by taxi for 10 euros.
If you arrive by bus, you will also need to take the taxi. We can organize the transfer on request.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 3 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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