A quiet piece of garden in bustling Marrakech
Tucked into the quiet, Northwest corner of the medina, just inside the walls of the old city, Riad Kbour & Chou is a unique luxury oasis of peace and serenity. Our six-room riad, with its interior garden and courtyard and sunny patio, offers a perfect blend of authentic Morocco and modern class.
Each of our rooms is its own unique world, furnished with souvenirs of
a twelve year life in Marrakech.
Discover our oasis of serenity
On the roof terrace, in the green courtyard or even in your bed we'll serve you a breakfast of breads, morocan crêpes, homemade granola and jams, yoghurt, fruit salad, cheese and eggs complete with freshly squeezed orange juice, tea and coffee, and a good helping of sunshine.
Lunch - Dinner
Lamb tagine with prunes and apples, tagine of chicken with preserved lemon and olive and so much more; dining is one of Morocco's great pleasures. The best cooking, of course, happens in home kitchens. The team in our home presents
uses the freshest local ingredients and herbs, with recipes handed down through generations.
Bicycle the Medina
Bicycles are at your disposal to explore the city in a different way. We'll happily show you some fun and unique routes through the medina.
Free and fast Wifi is available in all
parts of the riad.
This is hands down the most beautiful place I’ve stayed in. The impeccable detail, curated with genius. It was warm, cozy, romantic, really just a dream. Owners Nicolas and Jacques were incredibly welcoming and provided great information. Their staff was wonderful, friendly and also very helpful. We travelled onwards for another week and still all we think about is this riad. Highly recommend.
Jacques and Nicolas
For the better part of twenty years Jacques and Nicolas have hosted discerning travellers in the medina of Marrakech. As newcomers, working in architecture and hospitality, they hosted in their own rented house as they explored this fascinating city. Eventually, they purchased an ancient house on the same street, rebuilding it into Riad Kbour Chou.
The house serves as a place to hold the artifacts they’ve collected from travels in Africa and around the world, and as a center to welcome friends, both old and new.
With an architect’s eye for design and a sense of hospitality based on a deep understanding of the human experience, Jacques and Nicolas have created an oasis where the details are unique, and where each one matters. Their team of dedicated staff welcomes each new guest like part of the family.
This transportive oasis admid the frenzy of the medina is one of Marrakech’s sweetest secrets.