OVERVIEW \  18th Century traditional riad starting at $145

A quiet oasis in the centre of the bustling medina, Kitula is a beautiful 18th Century traditional riad with a swimming pool surrounded by a lush palm-filled courtyard garden. The historic building was once part of Kalif's Palace, and is just a short walk from the Bab el Ksour entrance to the medina, perfect for exploring Jema el Fna square and the fascinating souks. Relax in the shade of the cool palms and take advantage of the pool bar, or enjoy a cozy nook in the media room or library. Better yet, take advantage of the rooftop terrace at sunset to feel the last of the day's warm rays. This stunning riad has everything you could want for your Marrakech experience.


The 5 spacious suites are all beautifully decorated in a neutral palette with added warm through stunning textiles, antique furniture and wood accents. The rooms range in size, some accommodating up to 4 people. Our favorite is the Ensuite, a large bright suite with 2 king size bedrooms that occupies the entire second floor and shares a bathroom furnished with elegant 1930's vintage fittings.


The food is incredible - a mix of Moroccan, English and French cuisine. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are made with the freshest ingredients from their organic gardens in Lagoon Lodge.


Swimming pool, pool bar, A/C, media room, library, rooftop terrace, restaurant, room service, free wifi, laundry, room safe


Bab Laksour, Marrakech Medina.

The closest airport is in Marrakech Menara Airport.


Rooms start at $145, Half Ensuite at $200, Ensuite starts at $380.


They have a sister boutique hotel, Lagoon Lodge, located in a charming fishing village situated on an estuary. The area is known for its oysters and migratory birds as well as surfing. Lagoon Lodge overlooks the lagoon with sea views and extensive gardens.

Riad Kitula is the perfect place to host an event! If you have a birthday or special event, Kitula can help arrange the party for you.


Marrakech's old medina is filled with famous Marrakech Souks and other places of interest, such as Medersa Ben Youssef, the Museum of Marrakech, the Koubba Almoravid, the Dar El Bacha Palace, Jmaa El Fna Square, Majorelle gardens and a lot of delisious restaurants and traditional hammans.

Day trips to the Ourika Valley, the coastal, UNESCO World Heritage town of Essaouira and the impressive waterfalls 150km north of Marrakech, Cascades d’Ouzoud.


For information or booking visit their website and instagram.


*photos courtesy of Britney Gill