Marrakech, Morocco

Riad 72

Rates from (ex tax)$137.41

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 21 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (EUR130.00), via openexchangerates.org, using today’s exchange rate.

Classic Room

  • 2adults
These 18sq m rooms, on the first floor, have king- or queen-size beds and a seating area on the porch. The Lile room has an elegant French bed and a private ensuite bathroom constructed with traditional Moroccan tadelakt. The bedroom's beautiful ceiling is decorated with sculpted wood. The Maha room has cathedral-style windows and a gracefully engraved stucco ceiling. The 18sq m room has a king-size bed, which can be converted to twin beds on request. There’s a tadelakt-walled bathroom with a walk-in rainfall shower and Taza stone twin sinks. All rooms have air-conditioning.

Deluxe Room

  • 2adults
  • 1extra bed - $52.84 for adults - free for ages 1 to 3 - $31.71 for ages 4 to 12
  • OR
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
Each of these 30sq m or more rooms has either a private terrace or views of the riad's inner courtyard; each has a spacious walk-in shower or bath tub in the ensuite bathroom. The Amal room – all rich, earthy colours – has a large double or twin beds, and a tadelakt bathroom with a pierced-screen window. The split-level Zahwa room has a king-size bed on a mezzaine, and a comfortable seating area. In the Manar room, on the first floor, you'll find dove-grey walls, a large window and a stucco-engraved wall. There’s a private 18sq m terrace with day-beds and an umbrella. All rooms have air-conditioning.

Suite

  • 2adults
  • 1extra bed - $52.84 for adults - free for ages 1 to 3 - $31.71 for ages 4 to 12
  • OR
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
All around 60sq m, and some split over two levels, the suites have walk-in closets and king-size beds, with lavish bath tubs and showers in the ensuite bathrooms. Some have high ceilings, skylights or a carved cupola. Filled with hand-crafted Moroccan wares, the two-storey Omnia suite on the ground floor has a mezzanine level for sleeping and a separate lounge area below. The Karma suite, which overlooks the courtyard, has a Japanese-style square tadelakt bath. All rooms have air-conditioning.