Ryad Bab Berdaine

Meknes, Morocco

Ryad Bab Berdaine

Hotel, Double Room with Private Bathroom

Double Room with Private Bathroom
Breakfast Included

gps 7 Derb Moussa, Ancienne médina, 50030 Meknès, Morocco

A 15-minute walk from Bab Mansour Door, Ryad Bab Berdaine offers B&B accommodation with free Wi-Fi. It features a terrace with panoramic views of the Medina and a patio with traditional wall tiles and pot-planted plants. Offering views of the patio, the rooms are decorated in a traditional Moroccan style. All include a private bathroom with shower and free toiletries, a sofa and a wardrobe. Some also have a separate seating area. A free, continental breakfast is served daily at Ryad Bab Berdaine. For evening meals, guests are invited to sample local or international cuisine, which may be enjoyed in the dining area or on the B&B’s terrace. Tours, excursions and airport transfers can be arranged through the 24-hour front desk. Luggage storage and laundry service are also available on site, and public parking is possible nearby.


Perfect location, very helpful host, nice view from rooftop teracce to the medina.

The riad is very nicely decorated, with the rooms looking exactly like in the photos. There's a terrace on the rooftop where you can see across Meknes.


Meknes is a city in northern Morocco. It’s known for its imperial past, with remnants including Bab Mansour, a huge gate with arches and mosaic tiling. The gate leads into the former imperial city. The Mausoleum of Sultan Moulay Ismail, who made the city his capital in the 17th century, has courtyards and fountains. To the south, ruined Heri es-Souani is a vast structure once used as stables and for food storage. Outside of the imperial city is the Meknes medina (old town). The landmark Grand Mosque, founded in the 11th century by the Almoravid dynasty, has a distinctive green minaret. Nearby, the Medersa Bou Inania is a 14th-century former religious school, decorated with a classic Moroccan carved-wood ceiling, mosaic tiling and stucco. The Dar Jamai Museum is in an 1882 house with a courtyard. It showcases local artisanship with displays of earthenware, embroidery and jewelry. North of Meknes are the ancient Roman ruins of Volubilis, with columns and well-preserved, intricate mosaics.