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    Riad Kaiss
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    Riad Kaiss Morocco
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    Riad Kaiss Boutique Hotel
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    Riad Kaiss Marrakech
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    Riad Kaiss Hotel Marrakech
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    Riad Kaiss Hotel Morocco

Morocco

Riad Kass

Riad Kass

If it was good enough for the Harem of Moroccos Sultan Moulay Yacoub, its good enough for discerning travelers who seek elegance and intrigue in an intimate setting. Riad Kass is just steps from the pulsing heart of magical Marrakech, sitting in a peacefully quiet setting thats impossibly close to the center of the action of the souks and some of the most historical sights.

This blissful boutique hotel has been carefully restored, and was once linked to the Bahia Palace, connected by an intricate maze of underground tunnels. Today, it still retains its splendid architectural features, yet with a modern facelift in the form of earthy tones, Moroccan-flair dcor and soothing style throughout its nine rooms, all with their own individual character. Suites are especially lavish here, boasting their own private patios and stunning views of the bustling city.

The amenities are as intriguing as the property itself, for such an intimate setting it is teeming with new discoveries waiting to be found. From a sexy rooftop swimming pool to a fragrant courtyard, a stunning spa with a traditional hammam to holistically based body treatments, the array is endless. The staff here encourage guests to connect with Morocco in all of its cultural splendor, and features cooking classes and excursions to the market with the chef who creates just about everything from scratch with organic ingredients, as well as traditional Moroccan pottery classes and even private car hire for the day so the city becomes your oyster to explore at your own pace, according to your own travel style.

Regal, refined, Riad Kass.

theExplorateur Exclusive Offer

One complimentary 30-minute massage per room

Contact Information

65, Riad Zitoun Kedim
Marrakech
MOROCCO
T. +212.524.44.01.41
F. +212.524.38.47.93
E. info@riadkaiss.com

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About Marrakech

Marrakech is magical. The name literally means "Land of God, peacefully perched near the foothills of the snow capped Atlas Mountains and a few hours away from the foot of the Sahara Desert. Its location and contrasting landscape has made it a enviable destination in Morocco. The city is divided into two distinct parts: the Medina, the historical city, and the new European modern district called Gueliz or Ville Nouvelle. The Medina is full of intertwining narrow passageways and local shops full of character. In contrast, Gueliz plays host to modern restaurants, fast food chains and big brand stores.

Cosmopolitan, international Marrakech, like its archetypal counterparts of Madrid, Paris, Barcelona and London, surprises by its creative energy. The ramparts, gardens and fine palaces of the imperial city's golden age are now the backdrop for cultural, sporting, artistic and economic fervour. Marrakech means a change of scenery in the space of short hop with a predictably pleasant climate; it means suffering the agony of having to choose between the 1,000 activities on offer in the city.

The main square in the Medina is Djemaa El-Fna. It is surrounded by endless labyrinths of souks and alley ways covering all of the Medina. Djemma El-Fna is a must as there is always something to see there day and night whether it be snake charmers, acrobats, sooth-sayers,or the musicians and food stalls. At night the square really comes to life as people navigate toward the exotic aromas and the entertaining sights. As the evening darkens, the hustle & bustle of activity rages on. The exotic music appears louder and more hypnotic. For more on the shopping experience in the souk- try here! http://www.theexplorateurtravels.com/2012/04/souk-this-lessons-learned-in-morocco.html

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