Located 2min walk from a beautiful, clean beach Riad Zahra makes a perfect getaway for those who are fed up with big city life and all they want to do is to relax. The hotel is fairly new, yet cosy and with a good ambience.
The beach in Essaouira is undoubtedly one of the cleanest and most beautiful beaches I’ve seen in Morocco- no wonder why so many European tourists decide to come just to this city. There are lifeguards on the beach and many nice cafes and restaurants around.
|the beach is just 2 min walk from the hotel|
The place is held in a modern, yet a bit oriental style. It resembles a traditional, Moroccan riad. There are 23 rooms with different standard and views. For the best views book the room on the top floor!
Riad Zahra is owned and run by a Spanish family from Barcelona. If you want to practice English, Spanish or French- go ahead that’s a perfect place for a language immersion!
Riad Zahra has an awesome swimming pool with comfortable sunbeds. It is located in the backyard- private and invisible for strangers. There are lovely tortoises- permanent inhabitants of the swimming pool:)
|One of the permanent residents of the swimming pool:)|
|daily workout ;)|
A thing that is worth mentioning is the fact that Riad Zahra specializes in grill- you may order your dinner for 13 euros. The restaurant is located at the top floor of the hotel with a breathtaking view on the beach! Breakfast is included with every reservation.
|breakfast is almost ready!|
|the dining room|
|breakfast: different kinds of pastries, sweet toppings, pancakes and variety of fruits and drinks of your choice.|
Prices of the rooms vary from around 45 euros to 80 euros. A delicious breakfast included. You may choose an amazing room on the top floor with a stunning view on the ocean!
If you wish to book a room go to Riad Zahra’s website: http://riadzahra.com/
Review prepared in collaboration with the hotel. I was hosted by the hotel in exchange for presenting the place among my Readers. Opinions and photos are my own and nobody has influenced them.
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