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Ryad Salama
6 Rooms & 1 Suite

Suite Aubergine - Located on the second floor with a balcony, this room offers a view overlooking the garden and the swimming pool.

Chambre Clémentine - Located on the first floor, this room has a double bed. Private loggia which leads to an outside kiosk with view overlooking the garden.

Chambre Chocolatine - Located on the first floor, this room has a double bed. Private loggia which leads to an outside kiosk with view overlooking the garden.

Suite Eglantine - Located on the ground floor, this room carries you in an African field : masks, statues, savannas ambiance.

Chambre Amandine - Located on the second floor with balcony overlooking the garden and the swimming pool, the Amandine room has a king size bed and a salon area.

Chambre Capucine - Located on the second floor, this room has the largest balcony of the Ryad, which overlooks the garden and the pool. The Capucine room is decorated with tuyas wood, originally from the region of Essaouira.
Year Round

As with many destinations the weather usually determines the best time to travel to Morocco. During the winter months, from November to March, it can get quite cold and rainy especially in the Atlas mountains. The peak tourist season in Morocco is July and August. If you want to avoid the crowds and the heat, travel before or after this time. If you are traveling during these months then it is best to make arrangements in advance especially along the coasts. It's hot and sunny for most of the year in Morocco. During the peak summer months it gets uncomfortably hot especially in Marrakech, Fes and southwest Morocco, towards the desert. Casablanca, Rabat and Essaouira are a bit more comfortable in the peak of summer because they benefit from a cooler ocean breeze. Marrakech is hot during the summer and cool in the winter. The best time to visit Marrakech is in the spring and autumn with abundant sunshine during the day and cooler nights to enjoy those roof top restaurants overlooking the Djemma el-Fna. If you're planning a trip to the Sahara Desert it's best to hop on a camel during the fall or early spring.
Fes


Hamman, Massage, Golf & Excursions.


This Ryad was built at the beginning of the last century by Mohammed Chergui, aristocrat of that period. This Ryad is fairly unique because every room and suite overlooks the garden, either by private balcony or simply at garden's level.
Due to its location, in between the two mains street of the Médina, the Ryad Salama is really a small enchanting oasis. Michel, professional in the hotel industry, is offering the best comfort by anticipating his guest's needs and expectations and he turned the Ryad Salama into a charming guest house, where service and welcome overwhelm the attention to details. This ryad was restored in the traditional way, using craft men from the Medina, and Michel has tastefully arranged all the rooms in order to make the Ryad Salama, a peaceful place for the tranquillity lovers. The Ryad Salama offers 6 rooms (all luxury furnished), 1 suite, and a swimming pool. The ecology has been part of our day to day leaving, the Ryad Salama uses solar panels to heat water, and saves energy by using led bulbs.
*Photos by Pierre Mick

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