Junior Suite CalifsEn-suite bathroom decorated in traditional tadelakt.
Junior Suite Califs, Riad El Sagaya
3 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bath
3 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bath
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Our authentic traditional riad with an outdoor swimming pool and large rooftop terrace has a relaxed and welcoming feel. Relax while you enjoy the views over the medina rooftops toward the snow capped Atlas mountains.

The space

The room is a junior suite - a large double with a seating area which can accommodate an extra bed if necessary. A baby bed is available at no extra cost.

Guest access

Our guests have access to the communal courtyard and sun terrace, the swimming pool, and we also have a hammam (which is charged separately).

Interaction with guests

We like our clients to feel like the riad is their home away from home. One of us is usually on hand to help our clients settle in and to deal with enquiries during their stay but we allow our clients the space to enjoy the riad without interference.


Amenities
Internet
Wireless Internet
Doorman
Shampoo

Prices
Extra people £14 / night after 2 guests
Weekly Discount: 12%
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House Rules
Not safe or suitable for infants (Under 2 years)
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Cancellations

Safety features
Fire extinguisher

Availability
1 night minimum stay

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Rrita User Profile
October 2016
The riad was a lovely calm spot in the middle of a bustling area, the house keeping staff were so pleasant and helpful and the location is within walking distance of a lot of tourist hotspots. The only criticism was that our room was very dark with no natural light (ended up spending more time in the pool for that reason) whereas the other rooms were a lot brighter and larger even though the prices were similar - I regret not realising that at the beginning and asking to change. It would also be helpful if the 'tourist tax' was mentioned in the advert or when we get there rather than the last day (about €2.50 euros per person per night extra). Apart from that, everything was lovely and the terrace/pool were my favourite spots (watch out for tiny fighting turtles on the terrace - they're adorable). Thanks for having us.

Emilie User Profile
July 2016
Cutting through the heavy heat of the Moroccan air, our taxi weaved in and out of traffic in a chaotic yet skilled and controlled manner that almost seemed scripted. From the airport we finally made our way into the narrow, buzzing, tight cornered market streets of Marrakech. Stepping out of the taxi turned the once muffled street noises into a fully blown assault to the senses. At 10pm Marrakech was just waking up. From smoking, sizzling food stalls to piles of hot garbage to intense spices and hard bargaining traders the city threw me everything it had and didn't hold back. A guided hand brought me into the unassuming entrance to our riad and suddenly everything stopped. Peace. What a stark contrast to the outside world. The riad was quiet, secluded and gorgeous with a rustic feel. It's a professionally run establishment with excellent staff. The perfect place to stay as it's situated right in the heart of what makes Morocco so unique, it's an experience to be had and the perfect getaway for fellow adventurers.

Liz User Profile
June 2016
We loved our stay here. The location is great; close enough to walk to the centre but far enough away to be slightly quieter and very near the bus station which is handy. The riad is very beautiful and relaxed and the staff were lovely. Would highly recommend it!

Ting User Profile
May 2016
Good location, decent service.

Alex User Profile
May 2016
The riad has a beautiful courtyard for breakfast, which is cool and perfect in hot weather. The street outside is quite busy with bikes, but as soon as you step inside, it feels so quiet and peaceful. It's also a short walking distance from the centre of the Medina, so was a good base for exploring the city. The staff were very nice and helpful, breakfast with fresh orange juice was delicious. Thanks!

Lindsey User Profile
October 2015
This was the 'part three' of our trip to Morocco. We stayed with Annabella for two days, two days at the coast and then our last two days back at Junior Suite. Lovely way to finish our trip. We were in another room with single beds on our return, the room was comfortable, clean and beautifully furnished. I would most definitely recommend a stay here, you are in the heart of the busy, bustling Medina and Souks but within a tranquil setting behind the Riad doors.

Lindsey User Profile
October 2015
What a lovely surprise we had to walk off of a very busy,bustling Medina lane into a haven of tranquility. Greeted by lovely staff and Mint tea. Our room was beautiful as was the whole Riad. Disappointed not to meet Annabella on our trip. But her husband greeted us and was very welcoming. Breakfasts were lovely and the staff polite and friendly we got by with very little common language between us but that adds to the charm. Would definitely recommend this host and Riad if staying in Marrakech.

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Marrakesh, MoroccoJoined in February 2014
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