This is one hell of a riad.
It is an old school classic – lovingly restored in the early 90’s. It is an old institution – and a renowned large medina hotel.
The house is situated in an absolute prime location opposite Dar Bacha – with immediate car parking and immediate car access – and even boasts its own private garage.
The house is a vast 550m2 property – built on a grand scale – and is centred upon the most wonderful lush exotic garden.
The garden is thick and dense with greenery and is the perfect hidden medina nook – filled with meditative silence and birdsong.
The courtyard offers plenty of quiet secluded seating spots in which to sit and take in the splendid ambience.
There are a wealth of architectural details in the patio to compliment the internal garden; – from the decorative fountains; to the recessed decorative alcove; the arabesques; the antique woodwork, and the colonnaded facades.
The overall aesthetic is most impressive.
The riad currently consists of nine voluminous rooms – including three vast apartments – two of which boast their own private terraces.
It spreads beautifully – with space aplenty – and it has rooms curiously dotted about.
The overall design is all about luxury – and luxurious interiors – and total comfort for the house guests.
Each room has its own unique style – its own salon space – and high end bathrooms.
There is a fabulous first floor pool with complimentary lounging space – a hammam / spa, and an array of terraces that boast exceptional views of the neighbouring Dar Bacha palace.
At present the riad benefits from on the ground floor two imposing entrances, a communal loo, a reception / office, a full sized kitchen, a patio with two fountains and a bhou, a spa with a massage room / w/c and a hammam, a vast salon and a suite. On the first floor are seven bedrooms and suites as well as a pool and solarium space. Then on the roof terrace is another suite and various pergolas.
It is worth noting that the demise also includes three boutiques.
The price is 1.5m €.