Welcome to the Blanco Riad Hotel
Blanco Riad Hotel is a small hotel in Tetouan (Morocco ), located in a courtyard house of the eighteenth century. Columns , pillars and arches form the balcony which give access to different rooms . Spanish Consulate It was a Spanish Consulate in 1860 and during the protectorate was the home of ” Bacha “. Some years later, a traditional family from Tetuán lived in this riad…. More »
Blanco Riad has 8 rooms quiet, cozy and bright. Each has its own bathroom and small spaces to enjoy.More
The restaurant has a capacity of between 40 and 60 people between the dining room and garden.More
Don´t miss out on...
- Having a relaxing hammam …
- Walking aimlessly around the medina….
- “Clean, quiet riad with excellent service and very friendly staff” I stayed in this riad for 10 days in April, 2014 with two of my friends for a art workshop in Tetouan. All of us loved this riad so much because the staff was so friendly and helpful. They treated us like their best friends. Also compared with other riads or hotels where we stayed, this place was way cleaner. also it has kind of artistic vibe. It has very charming courtyard decorated with nice modern mosaic on the ground and we painted there as well because we became all inspired by their lovely courtyard. The location is great too. It is close from Bob Tut and, king's palace, and all the attractions. During the workshop, this place was like our Tetouan home so that we could relax after painting outdoor like in those busy, crowded Souks or medina. I am going to miss Azma ( the manager) 's friendly smiles and her attentive greetings in the morning, and the tranquility this place provided.
- “Great Riad, friendly staff.” My wife and I stayed at Blanco Riad in June, 2013. It was a beautiful, relaxing riad, very well located with access to the old Spanish quarter and the medina. The room we were in (Meriam) was very well done - with original tile work and very modern facilities (the shower was amazing). The staff were very friendly and accommodating. We also ate a very good traditional Moroccan meal in the Riad's restaurant, at a very reasonable price. Also: everything worked - hot water, plumbing, doorknobs, lights. That's rare in Morocco. :)