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The central patio is the traditional layout of a Moroccan home. With its surrounding fountains, orange and lemon trees, it is the lung of the riad. The house bunting, the Marrakech's bird, celebrates it most pleasantly with its so melodious song
Adjacent to the patio, the spacious lounge features a rest area which is, in wintertime, turned into a cozy dining room agreeably heated up by a fireplace. Denis Dailleux original pictures, the series Mother and son, are exposed.
The library proposes you a space computer television, where you can view a selection of films, magazines and books. You have Free Wifi in all the riad.
You will enjoy the heated pool (8 x2,2 meter)
Breakfast and lunch are served on the top roof, where on a clear day, you'll get a scenic view over the snow-capped high Atlas, and also a glimpse of the famous Koutoubia ... An other Mohamed Najahi creation decorates the main wall of this solarium terrace.
Our Spa corner you can have traditional hamam, massage, facial skincare, manicur, pedicure, wax… Don't forget to book it !
The hammam (Spa) located on the upper floor, built in marble walls will offer you the pleasures of a relaxing steam bath, before enjoying the delights of a typical oriental body care.
From relaxing massage to duo massage via 4 hands massages you will find your personalized care.
The riad has six thematic rooms. Between tradition and inventiveness, multiplicity and peculiarity, each declines a symbolic object of Morocco. They associate two colors like bright feminine jellabas.
Rue Essebtiyne, n°54 derb el Hammam, quartier El Moukef, Médina, 40000 Marrakech. Tél. : +212(0) 5 24 38 37 93 / +212 (0)6 08 86 40 72. Email : email@example.com
WiFi-Internet / Hammam Massage / Air Conditioning / Private Bathrooms / Daily Housekeeping / Dinner Meal Service / Excursions, Walks & Entertainment / Childcare / Full Laundry / Transfers / Seminars / 24 Hour Reception
Riad Houdou is an official guest house licensed as a "class 2" by the government of Morocco.