Captivating Marrakech riad escape with optional tours

Le Médina Privilège Riad & Spa, Morocco

Flights included Flights included

The perfect package with flights included

Djemaa El Fna Square, Marrakech

Essaouira

Atlas mountains

Superior Deluxe room

Superior Deluxe room

Ourika Valley

Bahia Palace, Marrakech

Essaouira

Essaouira

Medina, Marrakesh

Medina, Marrakesh

Atlas mountains

Superior Deluxe room

Essaouira

Ourika Valley

Escape to a traditional Moroccan riad in Marrakech, with excursions to Essaouria and the Ourika Valley - includes breakfast and all travel

  • There’s no better way to experience Marrakech than at one of its traditional riads, and Le Medina Privilège Riad & Spa, is the best of both worlds. Authentic Moroccan design meets modern comfort here, not least in the guestrooms, which fuse the old and new seamlessly. And, it’s all set just a 20-minute walk from buzzing Jemaa el-Fna.

  • The riad's atmospheric restaurant serves up delectable tagines and flavourful couscous dishes for lunch and dinner, as well as freshly made pastries, either in the leafy courtyard or in one of the private lounges. With a focus on wellness and wellbeing, you can even opt to enjoy yoga classes here. If this isn't your bag, spending your time lounging by the pool with a Moroccan mint tea should be detoxing enough.

  • On top of all this, the spa facilities include a hammam, as well as treatments which incorporate organic, local ingredients, such as Argan oil, so you can leave primped and pampered. If you're more raring to go than needing to relax, there's a wealth of sights to explore - not least Essouria and the Ourika Valley, which you can visit on dedicated excursions with an English-speaking guide. 

Amenities

- Restaurant
- Spa and hamman
- Yoga classes 
- Detox activities
- Plunge pool
- Wi-Fi
- Concierge 

How to get there

The riad is roughly a 15-minute drive from Marrakech Menara Airport. Shared airport transfers are included in your escape. 

Good to know

Please be aware that, for 2020, Ramadan takes place from 23 April until 23 May. During this time, tourists cannot eat in public, alcohol will be served from 7pm and room service will be available 24 hours a day. Every healthy Muslim fasts from dawn until dusk and as twilight falls the city comes alive, with bustling ‘Ramadan tents’, where tourists can mingle with locals, sample a variety of traditional dishes and entertainment, and chat late into the night.

For more details, please see our FAQ page.