Located a short walk from Jemaa el Fna Square, a UNESCO heritage site, this intimate 32-room retreat is a legend in itself – born in the 1940s as the first restaurant in the medina open to foreigners, and lovingly restored in the 1990s to become the first boutique riad-hotel in Marrakech.
Here, you can walk in the footsteps of many famous visitors who came to dine, including Ernest Hemingway, Rita Hayworth and Winston Churchill, and rest amidst the aristocratic splendour of a traditional riad, graced with all the amenities and services of a luxury hotel.
La Maison Arabe’s 32 king-size rooms and suites are charming havens of comfort and refinement. Set around the patio or on the garden side of the hotel, or in the privacy of the adjoining douiria, each room is unique in layout and design, combining contemporary elegance with Moroccan decorative elements. Most have a fireplace and a private balcony or terrace where you can enjoy a drink under the stars. The bathrooms are crafted from Moroccan marble and granite, immersing you in the highest levels of luxury.