About Riad Al Badia
Riad Al Badia is located in the south of the Medina, in the district of Berrima, the storks and palaces district. Riad Al Badia offers six rooms of three different categories, a lounge, a dining room, a patio with refreshing bassin -swimming pool and two terraces.
Riad Al Badia offers a Moroccan experience through its hospitality, the opportunity to discover our oriental culture, our traditional and fresh home-made Moroccan cuisine at La Table Al Badia but also the traditional Moroccan materials, such as bejmat, zellij or tadelakt used in the decoration of Riad Al Badia and finally, we do provide a daily assistance to let you apprehend Marrakech and Southern of Morocco.
Staying at Riad Al Badia is to discover and to experience the genuine Morocco where the “Tailor-Made” service is our daily philosophy.
Marrakech is a melting pot of culture and cuisine, a treasure trove of rich and vibrant history at your fingertips, just waiting to be explored. Whilst you’ll be 13km away from cultural attractions in the more historic regions of the city such as Jardin Majorelle and Menara Gardens, the hotel itself is located within the heart of the famous Palmeraie of Marrakech, a palm grove covering an area of 54 square miles. Don’t forget to check out the ‘Rempart Walls of the Medina’, a UNESCO world heritage site.
Marrakech is a vibrant city with a fascinating and exotic mix of old and new and situated in the heart of Morocco. Many people who have been away on Marrakech holidays end up hooked on the charms of the locals and the wonderful sights and sounds of this ancient city. In the ancient part of town the Medina is a maze of small streets and alleyways that are packed with shops that sells jewellery, cosmetics, spices, leather goods and footwear. Marrakech is known as the Red City because of the colour of the clay that was used to build the original town houses and walls.
Whether you’re haggling for crafts in the lively markets, or resting in the shade of fragrant jasmine in a quiet garden oasis, a holiday to Marrakesh is an unforgettable assault on the senses. Located in the south of Morocco, in sight of the snow-topped Atlas Mountains, Marrakesh is a former imperial city, and its illustrious past is evident everywhere you look, from the ancient city walls that circle the Medina (or old town) to the many spectacular palaces that grace the city.