Amy Winehouse sang ‘They tried to make me go to rehab, I said “No, no, no”‘. However, if they’d tried her make to go to a riad, we’re betting she would have said “Yes, yes, yes”. A riad is a traditional Moroccan house or palace with an interior garden or courtyard – and a fabulous accommodation option for those visiting Marrakech…

And it just so happens that for today’s kgbdeal we’ve teamed up with the friendly and attentive staff at the Riad Abhar Marrakech. So we’re bringing you a luxurious five-night Marrakech getaway for two for just £189. The package incorporates an incredible array of tours, treats and experiences, including half board in a superior room, a half-day tour and a hamam and massage experience. All this would usually set you back up to £551.22, which means we’re delivering a discount of up to 66%. It just goes to show ‘You don’t have to pay much to go to a riad – no, no, no!’

agent b’s bagged you…
– A stay for two people for six days and five nights
– Accommodation at the Riads Abhar in a superior room or suite, depending upon availability
– Welcome tea, Moroccan pastries and cold towels on arrival
– Half board, including breakfast with either lunch or dinner
– A transfer from the airport by private car (one way)
– A half-day guided tour of the medina, taking in monuments, souks and Jemaa El Fna
– Hamam and massage lasting 30 minutes for each guest
– Natural henna tattoo session
– Access to the Jacuzzi (from the 20th June 2012)
– No extra charge for a single child sharing the parents’ room
– A 30% discount for a private tour of the Ourika Valley, Berber village, Atlas Mountains and waterfalls

about Riad Abhar Marrakech
Based in Marrakech’s medina or ‘old city’, this superb hotel is just three minutes walk from the famous Jemaa El Fna and only one minute from local souks and monuments. The house itself is around 200 years old, though it has recently been renovated and decorated in the typical Moroccan style to deliver a real local flavour. Guests are bound to love the riad’s tranquil atmosphere and plush surroundings, where you can enjoy everything from traditional Moroccan tea to stunning sunsets.

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