Located in the old Medina, the Riad Khabia has 3 Rooms 3 luxurious Suites; intimate private terraces, a small but deep refreshing pool, a large & comfortable patio, a panoramic rooftop terrace are just some of the Riad Khabia's offerings.
The Riad Khabia is an exclusive guest-house in Marrakech. Dany and her team enthusiastically welcome you in a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere. The Riad Khabia's uncharacteristic architecture is pure and essential, lacking the traditionally heavy and ostentatious ornamentation and thus making it easier for the visitor to grasp the expression of Marrakech's cultural aesthetic; a union between Islamic culture and earlier native Berber societies.
4 rooms and 2 suites on 2 upper floors are available. They all open up protectively
towards the peace and freshness of the inner courtyard. Each room and each suite offers
it's individuality, although all are furnished to show off the spirit and atmosphere of the
In order to freely enjoy and experience the full bloom of Moroccan cuisine, an "a la
carte" menu is offered.
Private bathrooms are located in all rooms and suites.
All rooms and suites are equipped with either satellite T.V. or D.V.D. players.
All rooms and suites, as well as the patio's lounge areas are equipped with both
air-conditioning and heating.
Wifi hot spot.
Services included in base rate:
Afternoon tea and snacks.
Departing from the South East corner of the infamous Jemaa Al Fna square, take the busy pedestrian and shopping street Riad Zitoun El Kdim towards the Badii Palace. On the way, make your way across the Ferblantiers (tinsmiths) square and walk through Bab (gate) Berrima.
Follow Berrima street, which runs along the high outer walls of the Royal Palace. The street is also known as "stork alley"; note the numerous stork nests crowning the top of the walls. They migrate from as far away as central Europe. Just before arriving at the Berrima Mosque with its characteristically curved parking lot, make a left; 2 small consecutive grocery stores with gas canisters displayed signal the entrance of the street.
After a couple of twists in this local pedestrian alley, you will find the Riad Khabia thanks to its massive door flanked by two small palm trees in earthen pots.
From the renowned Koutoubia Mosque or the Place de Foucault, drive down Houman El Fetouaki avenue, which is in the continuity of Mohammed VI avenue.
Arriving at the Ferblantiers square, the rest of the way is identical to the above mentioned route.
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