The Riad Saba is a delightful guesthouse located ideally in the medina area of the exotic city of Marrakech, within walking distance from a number of the most popular attractions in the city including the famously atmospheric Jemaa El fna Square where snake charmers enchant visitors, the Bahia Palace and the Palais Des Congres. Situated within a traditional riad building, the Riad Saba is set around a beautiful courtyard area where guests can relax and soak in the tranquil atmosphere. Each of the rooms are luxuriously furnished and feature a balcony, air-conditioning, heating, shower, hairdryer, rollaway bed, Wi-Fi connectivity and a pillow top mattress. For dining there is a restaurant on-site serving a range of traditional Moroccan and international cuisine for guests to sample, along with room service for guests wishing a cosy night in. Additional amenities at the riad include air-conditioned public areas, banquet facilities, dry cleaning and laundry services, tour and ticket assistance, library, one meeting room, multilingual staff, room service, hotel safe, parking for those arriving by car and there is also a TV in the lobby for guests to use.
The Riad Saba is a guesthouse perfect for those seeking a luxurious stay right in the centre of the city, in an authentic riad offering a true experience of Marrakech.
Each of the rooms are luxuriously furnished and feature a balcony, air-conditioning, heating, shower, hairdryer, rollaway bed, Wi-Fi connectivity and a pillow top mattress. Certain amenities may be payable locally.
Eating and Drinking
The hotel boasts a restaurant serving a range of traditional Moroccan cuisine for guess to enjoy, along with room service.
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.