A fusion of traditional Moroccan craftsmanship and contemporary design, the Almaha Marrakech is perfectly placed for exploring all this magical city has to offer.
The work of acclaimed Belgian architect Charles Kaisin, the Almaha is a tranquil hideaway full of polished tadelakt, traditional mosaics, intricately carved wood and delicate drapery. Set behind immense wooden doors, the property enjoys an enviable location in the heart of the old kasbah where the royal stables once stood. Mere steps from the Saadian Tombs and Jemaa el-Fna square with its snake charmers and fragrant food stalls. Further afield the vast desert and majestic Atlas Mountains await exploration.
Guests are accommodated in just 12 individually styled bedrooms fitted with handmade furnishings, curated artwork and underfloor heating – some also benefit from a private terrace. Facilities include a sublime marble spa with traditional Moroccan Hammams, a refreshing outdoor pool and a serene rooftop terrace where you can look out across the medina skyline towards the mountains beyond. Not forgetting the striking Pixel Lounge – a room covered with quilted silk cushions overlaid with images of scenes from the Jemaa el Fna square.
Almaha Marrakech, at a glance
- Contemporary boutique riad located in the oldest neighbourhood of Marrakech
- 12 individually designed rooms and suites organised around a central patio
- Exquisite design by Belgian architect Charles Kaisin
- Carved wood and glass lanterns hand-crafted by local artisans
- Warm Moroccan hospitality and traditional craftsmanship
- 15 minutes from Marrakech Menara Airport
- Restaurant and bar offering delicious Moroccan cuisine on the rooftop
- Striking Pixel Lounge with thousands of quilted silk pads covering the walls
For leisure and pleasure
- Within walking distance of the historic Saadian Tombs and Jemaa el-Fna square
- Private terraces with dazzling skyline views
- Heated swimming pool
- 200 square metre spa with two private Hammams
- Steam rooms, massage rooms and Jacuzzi
- Fitness facilities
- Vast library with a collection of over 1,000 books on French literature