Located in the Royal Kasbah district of the Medina (the first Citadel of the Sultans of Morocco) and very easy to find; one would struggle to rival its location.
Simon explains: “A Marrakech location choice is always going to be a compromise. If you locate close to the main square (Jemaa el Fna) then it’s constant pulse, especially at night, may well become tiresome. A location within the Souks then you may struggle to find your way within the labyrinth, find it somewhat intimidating after dark and taxis may not be able to drop you to the door. I took all of these considerations on-board when house hunting and buying my house in Marrakesh. The Kasbah quartier was the most expensive, per square meter, but did offer wide streets, good street lighting, easy parking & vehicle access. Moreover as we are surrounded by Royal Palaces, including the current monarchs, Mohammed VI, and Royal Gardens; the level of security in the Kasbah is better than the rest of the Medina and the state investment in the Kasbah’s continual renovation initiatives, currently: Kasbah Mosque & Saadian Tombs area & the public gardens opposite Riad Laksiba’s medina entrance Bab Ksiba totally justified this extra spend. If it gives me confidence then it will do the same for my family, friends and guests”.