Riad Noir d’Ivoire is a boutique hotel hidden inside the Medina.  This spectacular oasis, created by a worldly Franco-English couple, offers all the comforts of a home away from home with discreet and elegant style.  The owner has one aim in mind: to provide guests with impeccable, individual service and ultimate comfort.  The hospitality is unparalleled and, more important, authentic.

Every attention to detail has been thought of throughout the Riad.  Each of the nine guest rooms has an individual motif and is decorated with antiques and unique ‘objets d’art.’  The three Master Suites have their own private terraces with jacuzzis.  The two spacious courtyards—one of which contains a large 10-meter pool with two- story high cascading waterfalls—are populated with pierced-steel lamps, lanterns, books and magazines.  The Riad provides both intimate spaces for relaxing as well as an array of public areas for socializing and dining.

All aspects of the guest’s experience are completely tended to.  For example, mobile phones are supplied to guests to ease their exploration of the Médina.  For both casual meals and fine dining, our talented chefs prepare a selection of traditional Moroccan dishes as well as International dishes which you can enjoy in one the courtyards or on private roof terrace; the open wine cellar is of particular interest both for its beauty and selection.   Finally, the beauty therapist can indulge guests’ desire to relax by providing the traditionnal Hammam, a selection of massage, facial, manicure & pedicure, and hot stone treatments.

Smoking areas

Smoking is permitted in all areas of the Riad except for in the Library and the Guest Bedrooms.  If a guest does smoke in a bedroom (please don’t!), then a minimum cleaning fee of 2,500 MAD will apply.  

About The Food—see DINING for more details

A complimentary breakfast is served all day and anywhere in the Riad (including your room), starting at 7:30am (although it is available earlier upon request).  It’s a combination of Moroccan and French ingredients prepared by our morning Chef Leila.

À la Carte Menu:
À la carte menu (including vegetarian items) is also available at anytime and can be served anywhere in the Riad (including rooms & suites).

Moroccan dinner:
Our Moroccan Chef who we warmly call Mama is famous for her knowledge of local dishes.  A “3 course” menu is served upon request.

French dinner:
A “3 course” French menu inspired by traditional family recipes is also served upon request by our Head Chef Marc.

Dinner Out:
Our Team will be glad to offer you advice on—and help you choose—the appropriate local restaurant best suited for your palate.


For bookings made before on or before October 18th, the Transfer from the Marrakech Airport to the Riad: 380 MAD (~€35) (per car, one way). For those bookings made after October 18th, 2015 (under the new room rates), this service is provided complimentary to and from the Marrakech Menara Airport (the “Airport”). In addition, if you would like to enjoy our new FASTRACK service at the Airport where you are personally greeted off of the plane and whisked through immigration (as opposed to waiting for up to an hour in a long and frustrating queue), then we can offer such a service at 500MAD (~€45) per person (due to the airport charge that we have to pay for this; we have tried in vain to reduce it).

Transfer from the Casablanca Mohammed V Airport to the Riad: 1,600 MAD (~€150) (per car, one way).

Transfer from the City of Casablanca to the Riad: 2,000 MAD (~€185) (per car, one way).

Transfer from the City of Agadir to the Riad: 2,300 MAD (~€210) (per car, one way).

Transfer from the City of Tamadout to the Riad: 1,100 MAD (~€100) (per car, one way).

Transfer from the City of Fez to the Riad: 5,000 MAD (~€460) (per car, one way).

Shuttle service on request: 850 MAD (~€80) (one-half day).

Transfer from the Riad to a Restaurant: 450 MAD (~€40) (per car, round trip); 550 MAD (~€50) after midnight.


Atlas Mountains: 1,900 MAD (~€175) (per car):
Day trip to the Atlas Mountains : you will be able to visit up the three valleys and enjoy lunch at either at a Berber Village, Richard Branson’s Hotel Kasbah Tamadot or a nice charming hotel that we know in one of the valleys.  We provide an experienced driver at your disposal but the price excludes lunch, guides (needed if you want to escalate) and any purchases made during the trip.

Essaouira: 2,000 MAD (~€185) (per car):
Day trip to Essaouira (located at the coast): you will be able to visit the charming coast town as well as the old port of Essaouira. Not to be missed, a delicious fish lunch in one of the local fish restaurants.  The cost for the day trip excludes lunch and any purchases made during the visit.

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