The Riad Sidi Mimoune is a charming and traditional Moroccan guesthouse ideally located right in the heart of the medina area of the city, just a short journey from any number of popular attractions such as the atmospheric Jemaa El Fna Square where visitors are enchanted by street magicians and dance troupes, the luscious Majorelle Gardens and the Koutoubia Mosque. The Sidi Mimoune features a unique indoor pool with walk over bridge for guests to take advantage of, plus there is a massage and steam room offering a range of treatments and services for those seeking relax and unwind fully. Each of the rooms are cosy and nicely decorated in a traditional Moroccan style and feature opening windows, air-conditioning, safe, Wi-Fi connectivity and private ensuite with shower and hair dryer. For dining there is a restaurant serving a range of traditional Moroccan cuisine, plus room service is available for those seeking a cosy night in. A breakfast service is offered daily. Additional amenities include 24-hour front desk, childcare, BBQ grill, cafÃ©, computer rental, concierge, dry cleaning, tour and ticket assistance, Wi-Fi connectivity, multilingual staff, parking nearby, garden area, terrace, luggage storage, room service, steam room, beauty services, TV in lobby and wedding services.
The guesthouse is perfect for those seeking an authentic and intimate stay in a traditional riad set in the heart of the city.
There is an indoor swimming pool or guests to take advantage of, plus a massage and steam room for those seeking to relax after a busy day sightseeing.
Each of the rooms are cosy and nicely decorated in a traditional Moroccan style and feature opening windows, air-conditioning, safe, Wi-Fi connectivity and private ensuite with shower and hair dryer. Certain amenities may be payable locally.
Eating and Drinking
The hotel boasts a restaurant serving a range of delicious local dishes for guests to enjoy.
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.