This Rian has no less than 33 guest rooms and suites spread across 3 floors. The rooms' interior is refined and chic, yet simple. They feature wooden ceilings, nice furniture, and high-quality materials in the bathroom. Moroccan handcraft is also on display, and in some, you can see the remnants of the former windmill, with its rounded stone walls. All the rooms are decorated in the same fashion, with warm tones (ochre, brown and beige), dark wood furniture, wooden ceilings, wrought iron chandeliers and wooden lamps, and the bathrooms feature magnificent Moroccan zelliges. The only difference between the rooms is that the mini suites have a fireplace and a sea view, whereas the standard rooms don't have a fireplace and only sometimes afford a sea view.
This riad provides all the mod-cons, such as free Wi-Fi, a TV, a telephone, heating, air-conditioning, a safe and a hair-dryer.
The rooms are truly pleasant and the view alone justifies a one or two-night stay here. The bay window of one of the suites looks directly out onto the ramparts and the rocks, so it's probably not the best choice if you're afraid of heights.
However, when a storm is blowing, it's the best place to be.