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The Palais Sebban

"Emotions, an experience. Tailored. Experience, family, epicurean, well-being, detox ...
Make your stay, the Marrakech of your desires.
A personalized journey of the senses. Just like home. "

-Michael, loyal customer

History

A jewel of Moroccan-Andalusian architecture, Palais Sebban welcomes you all-year round, in one of the most beautiful riads in the heart of the Medina of Marrakech

Only 15 minutes away from Marrakech Menara Airport and a 5-minute walk from the famous Jemaa El Fna square, you get to enjoy the comfort of our luxurious rooms in an authentic setting.

An architectural jewel of Marrakech, Palais Sebban takes the name of the former owner of the palace : Caïd Sebban. It has been maintained for centuries by his family. After 4 years of work and renovations, the guesthouse have opened it’s doors and have become a majestic cocoon of tranquility and happiness since 2005.

The hotel’s different spaces represent a historical and cultural journey between comfort and modernity. The oriental signature is present in every corner of the building.

"Palais Sebban is not like any other riad,
but a historical and cultural discovery linked to modern comfort. "

-Sara, blogger

A fassie residence in the heart of Marrakech

Sophisticated decor and generous proportions, the Sebban Palace has everything of a small "Bahia". Originally, it is not a palace, but a set of bourgeois houses owned by the family Sebban in the eighteenth century.

More than a guest house, it has become a place of memory where one can admire some of the most beautiful achievements of Hispano-Moorish art.

Located west of the medina of Marrakech, in the upscale neighborhood known as Ksour (palace), where are concentrated the oldest houses of the city. We find the houses of the notables of the city of Marrakech as Chorfa Messaoudiyne, Ouriki families, Ouarzazi, M'touggi ...

The heart of the riad was built in the second half of the nineteenth century, to be, according to the wishes of its owner at the time (King's finance minister), the perfect replica of a Fassie residence. The woodwork, ceilings, walls and original doors have remained intact. The cedar is in the spotlight and, as in every bourgeois house, everyone has its quarters: the apartments of men, women and guests, "douiria", with their independent entrance, as is the rule, so that guests do not enter the privacy of the home, "harim".