Need to know
Nine rooms, including six suites.
10am. Check-in, 2pm. Both are flexible, subject to availability.
Double rooms from $66.81 (€57), excluding tax at 10 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional local city tax of €2.50 per person per night on check-out.
Rates include Continental breakfast. You can rent the whole riad for €800–€1,300 a day (there's space for up to 21). The hotel charges a five per cent fee for credit card payments.
At the hotel
Gardens, spa with hammam and two massage rooms, DVD/CD selection, free Wifi throughout. In rooms: air-conditioning, free bottled water.
Our favourite rooms
Simple and spacious, with white walls and brightly coloured fabrics, Riad Anyssates’ suites are named after the owners’ children and friends. We really loved the Josephine Deluxe Room for its floor-to-ceiling red drapery and the freestanding bath tub with rain shower in its smart grey taledakt bathroom. Decorated in cream and chocolate tones, the Anyssates Deluxe Room is the largest bedroom in the hotel, with its own private staircase.
There’s a small, candle-lined plunge pool in the courtyard, surrounded by table and chairs and with big crimson cushions for lounging on.
Rooms don’t have TVs, so bring a portable DVD player (or a book) if you fancy a cosy night in during your stay (although with the Medina on your doorstep, why would you stay in?).
Smoking is allowed (the hotel is open to the air) and dogs and cats are welcome. Guests itching to check their emails can use the computer in the bar.
Very welcome. Baby cots are free; extra beds are €30 a night. The Sarah suite has a double bed and a single; Victoire and Bamboo have three single beds. Hotel staff will babysit for €25 an evening and children’s meals can be readily prepared.