Riad Ariha

Most riads open upwards to the sky, streaming light into the courtyards during the day and revealing twinkling night skies come sundown. Riad Ariha is no exception. In fact, once you’ve got yourself thoroughly wrapped up in the serenity of the place, it can be pretty hard to leave. Nowhere is this more the case than when you’re up on the roof terrace, with its low-slung seating areas and overstuffed cushions, wrought-iron lanterns and sweeping views over the Atlas Mountains. And if the smell of home-cooked food does tempt you down from the roof, then you’re in for a treat – the tagines are well worth it.”

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