Scarcely two hundred metres from Jemaa El Fna square, across Bab Fteuh and the antique dealers’ quarter, this former house, completely renovated with the greatest respect for the architectural tradition of the Medina, offers three rooms and a Suite, all with a bathroom. They open onto a magnificent patio filled with orange trees and jasmine, where you are soothed by the murmuring of the fountain.

A gallery of arches on all four sides leads to the terrace and its lounge installed under a Berber tent. 

It’s a real pleasure to be there at sunset and watch the circling of the hundreds of swallows that swirl through the air before descending into the tree-filled patios, often accompanied in their whirlwind by majestic storks.

Tadelakt and bejmate in warm, natural colours, wood, woven straw, old carpets, wool and wrought iron contribute to the decor of pure lines and lend magic to this former residence dating from the mid-19th century.


 
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