At Riad ABHAR you can be carried away to a world of sweetness...Let yourself be transported out of time in a charming typical Moroccan house, in a space where you can adopt the tranquility of the Moroccan lifestyle.
Our Guest House is 200 year old traditional Riad,featuring a large patio with a fountain in the middle, Riad Abhar offers a large living room with fireplace and a beautiful terrace solarium with panoramic views over the medina, the Atlas and Koutoubia.
4 double rooms and 2 family suites. All are equipped with bathroom, toilet, air conditioning, additional heating (on request), hairdryer, safe, great bedding, wireless internet access throughout the house...
A Moroccan breakfast is included in the rates and served on our sunny roof terrace, overlooking the Red City. You can also enjoy a menu of tasty evening meals, giving you the chance to sample the finest traditional cuisine at affordable prices.
Direction from the Jemaa El Fna square (3 minutes walk):
1.Head North West on the Dabachi Street.
2. After a bend to the right on the main road, turn into the an alley called ‘Rue Baidine’.
3. walk up rue Baidine. Riad Abhar will be on the left.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 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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There did not seem to happy about our children being there even though other guests were just as loud. Hard to communicate as they did not speak english. Breakfast was very limited
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