Riad Zahra Mogador

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

90 Quartier des Dunes, Essaouira, 44100, Morocco

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  • sole83's Profile Photo

    Clean and confortable riad next to the see

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    I recommend Riad Zahra because it is cheap (500 - 750 DH for the double beds room each night, that is about 50 - 75 euros), rooms are really cute and clean, you have a good breakfast included, there is a swimming pool with solarium too.
    To reach the medina takes about 20 minuts by feet, otherwise you can reach it with a taxi.

    Unique Quality: It is very close to the see and it has a nice swimming pool.
    Nice bar and restaurant.

    Directions: Next to the beach

  • sachara's Profile Photo

    Colourful ambiance

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    In Essaouria we stayed in Riad Zahra. After we passed the frontdoor we entered in the colourful world of the patio in arab andalusian style (picture 1). The 23 rooms -with bathroom and satellite tv- are situated around this patio. Also our room at the first floor was very colourful decorated in the so-called Beldi style (picture 2 & 3).

    The Riad has a scenic Moroccan salon (picture 4), where breakfast, dinner and drinks are served. At the backside of the riad is a terrace and a swimmingpool (picture 5)

    Directions: Riad Zahra is located in the Quarter Villa, only one block from the beach and a 15 minutes walk south from the medina.

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Essaouira, stay in a riad

by sachara about Raid Zahra

In Essaouria we stayed in Riad Zahra. After we passed the frontdoor we entered in the colourful world of the patio in arab andalusian style (picture 1). The 23 rooms -with bathroom and satellite tv- are situated around this patio. Also our room at the first floor was very colourful decorated in the so-called Beldi style (picture 2 & 3). The Riad has a scenic Moroccan salon (picture 4), where breakfast, dinner and drinks are served. At the backside of the riad is a terrace and a swimmingpool (picture 5)

Riad Zahra, Essaouira, Morocco

by yvette123

"Accommodation"

I travelled with my two teenaged boys (15 and 16) with Naturally Morocco to Essaouira. We had already been to Morocco the previous year with NM staying in Tarodant and making a trip to Agadir. The previous holiday was so memorable that we had to visit again to see more of the country. This time we flew into Agadir and took a taxi to Essaouira, where we stayed at Riad Zahra.

The Riad was great, the only disappointment being the view of the neighbouring building site from our window. However our spacious room (for 4 people) was comfortable and we soon forgot the initial disappointment. The Riad has the advantage of a bar and restaurant - which we found a real luxury after the almost "alcohol free" environment of Taroudant!

"Port"

The medina was about a 15 minute walk from the Riad, which we enjoyed although it could be a little wearisome if you wanted instant access to the souks, bars and restaurants. The town is stunning, and a working fishing port. We met "Abdul" whilst exploring the port, who insisted on giving us some history of the place and showing us the fishing equipment, boats etc. The boys began to get a little agitated when he tried to insist we went further into the boatyard (protecting their mother!) and so virtually dragged me away. This was our first day, we were all a little tired, but I am sure they needn't of worried. The conclusion of the tour was accompanied by the request for a few dirhams! The thing I quickly noticed was that my head scarf was really surplus to requirements in Essaouira, whereas it had been virtually essential in Taroudant.

"Medina and Beach"

The town is fab! A little confusing to start with, but we soon got the hang of it with the help of a location map. We bought lots of thuja artifacts - jewellery boxes etc. The fish market/cafe area near the port is a "must do" for lunch - simple and very cheap. There are also lots of street cafes where you can enjoy mint tea whilst people watching. Dont forget to check out Ocean Vagabond on the beach, its sheltered from the wind, serves food and alcohol and you can make use of their sunbeds whilst watching the mad people surfing - wind, kite - you name it, they do it and you can hire the kit next door. Many hours spent relaxing in this very friendly bar, where the cooks and waiters frequently burst into song/dance in the kitchen! Camel rides on the beach - although we didnt try it, some other holiday-makers did - they said it was relatively expensive, but worth a go.

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Bahja De Mogador - how to get in touch with hotel?

by Deneen1

Bahja De Mogador
596, Av, Al Aqaba, 44000 Essaouira

I am interested in staying in this small hotel w/in walking distance of the bus station in late September. I can't find an email address, telephone number or anyway online to book a room.
Can anyone send me some contact information for them?

Thanks in advance!
~Deneen

Re: Bahja De Mogador - how to get in touch with hotel?

by windcity

Most hotels are within walking distance of the bus station. or 6Dh in a petite taxi. The Bahja De Mogador is on the main road, which can be noisy and dusty. sorry I do not know their number, but my guess is that if you just turned up you would get a room. At the end of September there will be many vacancies and you should be able to find a good room in the Medina for the same price, I believe Angie has some recommendations.

Re: Bahja De Mogador - how to get in touch with hotel?

by pfsmalo

Simple enough, just go to www.bahjademogador.com

You'll find all the details on their frontpage, 'phone, e-mail and rates.

Good luck

Re: Bahja De Mogador - how to get in touch with hotel?

by Deneen1

Thank you both so much for the information!
~D

Re: Bahja De Mogador - how to get in touch with hotel?

by mahfoud396

hello
you can book bahja mogador hotel by riad zahra some owner tel 00212.524.47.48.22 riadzahra@gmail.com

Re: Bahja De Mogador - how to get in touch with hotel?

by mahfoud396

hello
you can book bahja mogador hotel by riad zahra some owner tel 00212.524.47.48.22 riadzahra@gmail.com

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Address: 90 Quartier des Dunes, Essaouira, 44100, Morocco