Our Wonderfull Riad

Welcome to Riad Dar Imlil Riad and Bed&Breakfast

Riad Dar Imlil likewise makes a magnificent trekking base in the mountains of High Atlas and for meeting Berber individuals from the locality and finding more about their lifestyle.

A beatiful contest

The eatery at the Riad is extensive and calming with magnificent views from around seen through the terrace. It serves Moroccan food with a touch of Berber. The ingredients of the food are always fresh are have been taken especially for our chefs from the local farmers. Dishes are prepared with fragrant herbs common in the region. Dishes for vegetarians are always available.

Charming rooms

The Riad offers 6 rooms of which, 5 standard rooms and 8 suites. All rooms are exceptionally wide and have extensive windows and galleries with amazing all-encompassing views over the valley of Imlil.

Breakfast included

A tasty Moroccan breakfast is always included in room rates at Riad Dar Imlil. and includes a wonderful selection of fresh local produce, served at the time of your choosing. We’ve taken the traditional Moroccan Breakfast as a base and added extra items – The bread is baked fresh each morning by the local baker.
We serve cereals and homemade crepes and assorted Moroccan pastries with local jams and honey.
Fresh fruit is always available, and eggs are offered every day. And it is always accompanied by fresh squeezed orange juice, tea and coffee.

Swimming pool

Perfect for a quick dip after a day of trekking. At 16 square metres and with a depth ranging from 0.8m to 1m it is the only pool in the Imlil village..

Enjoy and relax

Riad Dar Imlil has a genuine Moroccan hammam (a room for steam, just as the Turkish bath). It is comfortable and warm and offers you a number of traditional services. Treat yourself to an experience from which you will develop feeling more youthful, more calm and vivacious.

More than just being the Moroccan alternative to showers, the hammam, a hot and humid steam bath, is a real art of living and is one of the keys to discovering Morocco and its traditions.
It starts with a scrubbing after having been wrapped with the traditional black soap, made following ages old techniques, imbued with eucalyptus extracts. As a result, the skin is exfoliated and deeply hydrated.
The final step is the Ghassul (a type of clay) wrapping that completes this relaxing experience while giving a warm sensation of wellness.