Press & Awards

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Traveler’s choice Aware Top 25 Luxury Hotels — World

Press and Awards
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2015 Traveler’s choice Top 25 Luxury Hotels — World

“An absolute oasis in the middle of the hectic medina. The whole property is traditionally decorated with local antiquities and is beautiful in its understated simplicity.”

TimeOut

Timeout

“It’s the most Moroccan of upmarket riads”

The wall street journal

The wall street journal

“Riad Kniza is run by a friendly and helpful Moroccan family”

Times online

Times online

“My favourite is Riad Kniza, owned and run by Moroccans …”

“… the family riad of Mohammed Bouskri, doyen of local tour guides. He has filled it with Moroccan treasures and created an elegant, peaceful home.”

The guardian

The guardian

20 Best Places to Stay in Marrakech: “The Riad Kniza is that rare find - a riad owned and run by Moroccans…”

Frommers

Frommers

“This 18th-century riad has been in the family for almost 200 years and offers the complete package of traditional architecture, authentic furnishings, and, above all, overwhelmingly hospitable service…”

A Hedonist’s guide to Marrakech

A Hedonist’s guide to Marrakech

“… the decor and ambience are 100% Moroccan, complete with gorgeous fireplaces, traditional furniture and museum-quality antiques …”

American Way

American Way

“The eighteenth-century building that houses Riad Kniza has been in the same family for 250 years; a team of artisans spent three years turning it into a jewelbox of Moorish design…”

Mirror

Mirror

“I've stayed at the Riad Kniza just inside the Bab Doukalla gate, which has beautiful rooms and a rooftop view to die for.”

Maisons coté sud

Maisons coté sud

“… Une terrasse à la vue imprenable et une table au saveurs exceptionnelles, sans doute la meilleure de Marrakech … ”

Magazine couleurs maroc

Magazine couleurs maroc

“Au Riad Kniza, point d’état d’âme : on s’y sent bien et l’on regrette la maxime selon laquelle « Toutes les bonnes choses ont une fin ». Ici, l’appellation « maison d’hôtes » ne se résume pas à une banale figure de style.”