Photos: Secret Hotels of Marrakech

Croissants at Riad Tizwa.The canopy bed in Room 5 at Riad Tizwa. A fountain in the courtyard of Dar Attajmil. A shopping tote from Riad Tizwa, which guests can borrow to carry home souvenirs from the souks.The roof terrace at Dar Attajmil, where students of the riad's half-day cooking class sample the fruits of their labor. Jean-François Claeys, owner of Tchaikana.The rooftop pool at P'tit Habibi, in the northernmost section of the medina. A spice vendor's display on the street near Riad Olema & Spa.The African Room at Riad Porte Royale,The namesake artifact at Riad Porte Royale, an elaborately carved and painted 19th-century door.Djemaa el Fna. One of four hookahs available to guests of Riad Tizwa.The Peruche room at P'tit Habibi.
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The Origan room at Riad Olema & Spa.
Croissants at Riad Tizwa.
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The canopy bed in Room 5 at Riad Tizwa.
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A fountain in the courtyard of Dar Attajmil.
A shopping tote from Riad Tizwa, which guests can borrow to carry home souvenirs from the souks.
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The roof terrace at Dar Attajmil, where students of the riad's half-day cooking class sample the fruits of their labor.
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Jean-François Claeys, owner of Tchaikana, a riad whose name translates to "teahouse."
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The rooftop pool at P'tit Habibi, in the northernmost section of the medina.
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A spice vendor's display on the street near Riad Olema & Spa.
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The African Room at Riad Porte Royale, decorated with masks from the Warka tribe of Mail and a Taureg tent peg.
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The namesake artifact at Riad Porte Royale, an elaborately carved and painted 19th-century door.
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The night market at Djemaa el Fna in Marrakech.
One of four hookahs available to guests of Riad Tizwa.
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The Peruche room at P'tit Habibi.
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