Cool 'n chic boutique hotel in Marrakech‘s medina
Created from two 18th century merchant’s houses, Ryad Dyor fuses traditional Moorish and chic contemporary styles. Stamped with the creative eye of its Dutch designer owners, it’s a cool and relaxing oasis.
- A funky fusion of Euro-Maroc design.
- Chic and sensuous suites.
- Just the place for souking up the sights of Marrakech.
Hit the spot
Close to the souks in the Marrakech medina.
The rooftop terrace is the perfect place for cocktails. There’s also a hammam and plunge pool for working up a sweat and cooling off.
Good to know
The owners are Dutch interior designers – and it shows.
ParkingShould you need it, there is secure parking just five minutes away.
LocationDriba Jdida, Sidi Ben Slimane, Marrakech, Marrakesh-Tensift-El Haouz, 40000, Morocco
Seven rooms and suites
Rooms have kingsize beds and up-to-the-minute comforts (including babouche slippers), with an appealing mix of modish and trad furnishings. Look out for quirky design details such as copper lanterns, Balinese mirrors and egg-smooth tadelakt bathtubs. Most have latticed windows and fireplaces.
Our favourites include Room Seven (the Terrace suite), with its own shaded private terrace and a bathtub for two, and Room Six, with its own verandah.
Eat & Drink
Dinner is served on request: expect spiced-up Moroccan dishes such as beef and prune tagine or chicken with capers, and some delicious desserts.
Generous Moroccan breakfasts are served until 10:30.
Don’t leave without booking a traditional hamman. Local therapists are on call with a range of massage, facial and nail treatments.
Watch traditional dance, Berber music and theatre as Marrakech Popular Arts Festival takes to the streets.
Marrakech Film Festival showcases the latest Arab and African releases, with outdoor Bollywood-style screenings.