We are win­ners of the Lux Life
Resort and Retreat Awards 2023:
Most Charm­ing His­toric Hotel in Morocco

Welcome to
Riad Selouane

A charming hotel
in the medina of Marrakech under German management 

A very nice riad, which stood out for its excel­lent staff. Qui­et loca­tion from which you can eas­i­ly explore the med­i­na on foot.
Anne from Germany
“A very nice riad, which stood out for its excel­lent staff. Qui­et loca­tion from which you can eas­i­ly explore the med­i­na on foot..”
Anne from Germany

Top location, easy to find!

Dear guests, we are happy to welcome you to Marrakech!

Plan your vacation in Marrakech with our travel guide
or reserve your room at Riad Selouane.

The Riad

Our Riad Selouane is a charm­ing guest­house with 6 rooms in the heart of the world-famous med­i­na of Marrakech.

The excel­lent loca­tion near the old roy­al palace Dar el Bacha offers plen­ty of rest­ful tran­quil­li­ty, yet it is only a few meters away from the hus­tle and bus­tle of the souks.

For over a thou­sand years, the souks have rep­re­sent­ed the heart­beat of the city. The dyers, the shoe­mak­ers, the iron smiths and the many oth­er traders with thou­sands of ori­en­tal goods are only a few steps away from our riad.

And while the med­i­na pul­sates with its thou­sand-year-old rhythm, the Riad Selouane wel­comes its guests like a dream from a thou­sand and one nights. The inner court­yard with its many plants and the pool is an oasis of calm, not only on hot days.

The sweep­ing view from the rooftop ter­race over the med­i­na to Ben Youssef Mosque is round­ed off on a clear day by the snow-cov­ered panora­ma of the Great Atlas Mountains.

Riad Selouane in Marrakech: The pool in the patio
Riad Selouane in Marrakech: Moroccan breakfast

Breakfast on the rooftop terrace

A typ­i­cal day at Riad Selouane begins in the morn­ing with a relax­ing break­fast on the rooftop ter­race. Between orange trees and olives you will find dreamy seats for roman­tics or cool shade under our berber tent.

While you enjoy a typ­i­cal Moroc­can break­fast, next door the city awak­ens every morn­ing with an inspir­ing bus­tle. Equipped with rec­om­men­da­tions from our team, you can imme­di­ate­ly start explor­ing the medina.

Our man­ag­er Nouri knows his way around Mar­rakech and will be hap­py to help you plan activ­i­ties or make restau­rant reservations.

Of course, we offer alter­na­tives for break­fast and din­ner in case of food aller­gies.
If you would like a gluten-free break­fast, we kind­ly ask that you inform us in advance.

Oriental delights

In the evening, we offer a tra­di­tion­al Moroc­can meal in our roman­tic berber tent on the rooftop ter­race upon reser­va­tion — always a real fire­work of the most diverse spices and ingre­di­ents for the palate.

In the morn­ing, our team will be hap­py to make sea­son­al sug­ges­tions for the com­po­si­tion of the menu. After­wards, the ingre­di­ents are bought fresh from the ven­dors in the med­i­na and pre­pared by our chef Hafi­da with much love reflect­ing ancient tradition.

Accord­ing to our guests, Hafi­da’s cui­sine is a real insid­er tip!

Riad Selouane in Marrakech: Dinner in the berber tent
Din­ner in the berber tent
Riad Selouane in Marrakech: The living room
The liv­ing room of Riad Selouane

Forget time — pure relaxation

Dur­ing the day, you can relax on the rooftop ter­race with a Moroc­can mint tea or cof­fee and take in the impres­sions of the city. If it’s too warm, why not take a dip in our pool in the court­yard — the per­fect way to cool off!

Each of our 6 rooms is fur­nished dif­fer­ent­ly and has its own bath­room. Free high-speed Wi-Fi is avail­able in all rooms and through­out the riad.

Your safe­ty at Riad Selouane is ensured in the evening by our night man­ag­er as well as the neigh­bour­hood guard.


With­in just two to five min­utes’ walk, you will find a wide range of sights such as muse­ums, his­toric gar­dens and palaces, as well as a large num­ber of restau­rants and bars.

The choice of well­ness options ranges from his­toric ham­mams to mod­ern spa facil­i­ties. A vis­it to the ham­mam is always a grand finale after a day in the souks, fol­lowed by din­ner in one of the many restau­rants in the medina.

If you are tempt­ed by the hip clubs of the new town, the taxi stand at Dar el Bacha is just nearby.

Majorelle Garden in Marrakech - view of the blue villa
Majorelle Gar­den

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