Riad Hayati

Riad Hayati

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27 Derb Bouderba, Riad Zitoun Jdid, Marrakesh, , Morocco

The Location: Set inside Marrakesh’s ancient medina (walled city center), this refurbished 18th-century courtyard home is just beyond the north wall of the Bahia Palace compound—whose gorgeous, dramatically tiled buildings and blossoming gardens are among the city’s must-sees.

Don’t Miss: Although the riad is just minutes from Bahia Palace, the Dar Si Said museum, and the Mellah—an old Jewish quarter—it’s worth seeking out a lesser-known find: the Bert Flint Textile Museum (or Maison Tiskiwin), founded by a pioneering expat art historian who collected the fabrics, costumes, and artifacts native to the Souss Valley and the Sahara.

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