"Like going back 200 yrs", We invite you to join us for an exciting and enjoyable experience living in the Medina. Bring your walking shoes, appetite; be free, spontaneous, and unscheduled as you wander around the windy back streets of the Medina. Our price is all-inclusive and includes: A delicious, hearty breakfast prepared using local produce and catered to your individual preference.
We would like you to feel like you're at home, so please behave like you are staying in a home -- not a Riad, nor hotel, nor a hostel -- a personal home. Please continue - translate if necessary...
1) READ directions to the house carefully: We are NOT GPS-able. ASK questions. This information is provided to eliminate confusion and save time.
SAFETY: No additional guests are admitted at home unless already stated at time of booking. You may NOT entertain visitors in the salon, nor your bedroom.
• If you book this reservation for someone else, you must communicate this prior and identify who they are and your relationship to them, otherwise we will refuse entrance on arrival.
NEVER open the door to strangers. Check with us before you allow someone to enter our home.
UNMARRIED MOROCCANS: By law Moroccan Muslims must provide evidence of Marriage Certificate. Which means no "unmarried couples can share one room if one person is Moroccan - no foreign guests to host Moroccan women, nor Moroccan men hosting foreign women".
Clean up your own mess
ROOMS: NO FOOD allowed at anytime in the bedrooms - there are plenty of places to eat, balcony or salon. You will attract ants! You can bring water in a safe container, like a water bottle.
SMOKING: This is a non-smoking home or rooms, smoking is allowed on the terrace of the house.
ALCOHOL: alcohol is permissible in moderation, no excessive drinking in the house.
INTOXICANTS: Illegal drugs are NOT allowed (to be carried or possessed) inside the house or bedroom. Yes, hash is illegal in Morocco.
KEYS: If you lose the keys you will be responsible for the cost of having the lock replaced.
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AirBnB member since 2009 - One of the oldest members around. Grew up in an ex-pat family military family and have lived in all around. San Diego State alumni, currently live and work (teacher/mentor/coach) in Rabat and student of Vipassana Meditation as taught by S.N. Goenka.
I believe, "neighborhoods" are the epitome of DIVERSITY with their history, architecture, and food -the melting pot of colors, flavors and people. Come visit and share this unique experience with us. Bring your walking shoes, and appetite; be free, spontaneous, and unscheduled as you wander around the windy back streets of the Medina.