Marrakech Riad Bibtia
58 Derb el Hammame Mouassine
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As you go trough the hall you will be overwhelmed by the beauty of this ancient house. Opened after ages of renovation Riad Bibtia, It's ready to give you hospitality in the best way. Riad Bibtia will welcome you with the traditional tea knowing that you will have an unforgettable stay in Morocco.
On the first floor there are the comfortable and accessorised bedrooms with air-conditioning and private bathroom
On the Third floor there is the huge terrace/solarium where you can spend your afternoon in privacy and comfort. From the panoramic loft you can observe the wonderful view of the city and the main monuments: the tower of the Kotoubia, the dar el bacha's palace and the mountains of the Atlantic.
An airport pick up service is available from Marrakech Menara Aiport at 150 MAD for 3 person(s).
All our rooms have private bathroom and air conditioning. The rooms of our Riad are cured in every detail. Our lovely rooms have been created taking inspiration from the Arab imagination.
From Gare Routiere Marrakech:
Once you exit the station, you need to head east and cross onto Rue el Gza after the first roundabout. You need to continue along Rue el Gza and cross onto Rue Riad Laarous. Then you need to take a left at Rue Amsafah, and another left at Rue Assouel. After, you need to continue straight ahead onto Derb el Hammam and continue until you reach the destination.
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