In one of the most peaceful and well-stocked districts of the Medina of Marrakech. Just a few metres away you will find excellent restaurants serving local, Senegalese and Lebanese cuisine. Nearby there is a currency exchange office, a pharmacy, tobacconists, souvenir shops and the famous "hanout", small grocery shops and more.
Less than 10 minutes on foot from the beating heart of the city: the magical Jamaa El Fna Square with its mobile restaurants, water vendors, snake charmers, juice stands and many other artists. The square is famous for its historic cafés where you can admire the breathtaking atmosphere of the square at sunset.
A few steps from the most important tourist attractions that the city offers: the famous Bahia Palace, the Badii Palace, the only place where storks nest, the beautiful Dar Si Said Museum where carpets and tapestries of incredible beauty are kept, the ancient Jewish quarter with its Synagogue and the spice souq.
A 2-minute walk from the guarded car park "Riad Zeitoun El Jdid". The streets of the Medina are not fully accessible to transport. If you have a rental car, you will be able to use the car park for about 30 dirhams per day.