Whether you are alone, with family or amongst friends, if you wish to replenish and discover the charm and the regenerative power of Morocco, Dar Nimbus, our Riad&Spa in Marrakech, offers you a harbor of serenity.
You will fall under the oriental charm of our Bed & Breakfast. The decoration and the furniture will enchant your senses and will make you discover the art and the Moroccan traditional craft industry.
Dar Nimbus offers you to relax in its 50sqm spa with pool, traditional hammam (from 10€), massages (from 20€) and waxing (from 5€).
Our manager Mohamed will welcome you at the entry of the Medina, at the Bab Taghzout door and he will escort you to the house through the souk and the streets still preserved from mass tourism. Mohamed and all team will guide and advise you during your stay. Fatima and Samira, the fairies of the kitchen, will enchant your papillae. At your request, they will prepare your breakfast, lunch or dinner in the patio, the three living room or on the panoramic terrace. It is home away from home. Ali, our night watchman, will also care for you. We are happy to accommodate you there!
You have the possibility to take your lunch (10€/pers.) and dinner (15€/pers.) in the Riad. In half-board, the dinner costs 10€/pers.
We have special meal for children (5€/pers.). We propose cooking lessons (25€/pers., dinner included).
We can pick up you directly from the airport: 15€ in total for one way (1 to 3 pers.), 20€ in total for one way (4 to 6 pers.) and 40€ in total for one way (7 to 14 pers.).
Ideally located to discover Marrakech, our ryad is in the middle of the old Medina (in the district of Bab Taghzout). It is within 15 min by walk from Djemaa El Fna Square, 10 min from Majorelle Garden and Medersa Ben Youssef (Koranic school).
Discover the multiple facets of Marrakech with an incredible stroll in the labyrinth of the narrow streets of the Medina amongst its famous Souks, selling everything from leather to clothing to spices. Immerse yourself in times of old with visits to the most beautiful palaces and monuments of Marrakech including Bahia Palace or the famous Saadian tombs. Witness the astonishing spectacle of Djemaa El Fna Square. Used equally by locals and tourists, you will find juice stalls, water sellers and snake charmers by day and dancing boys, storytellers and magicians by night. As darkness descends, the Square fills with food stalls.