{ "id": "65", "result": "\n\x3cdiv class=\"greatbox expanded\"\x3e\n\n\x3cdiv class=\"shortbox\"\x3e\n\n\x3cdiv class=\"thumbnail\"\x3e\n\x3c/div\x3e\n\n\x3cdiv class=\"info\"\x3e\n\x3ch2\x3e\x3cimg src=\"/images/rank/5.jpg\" width=\"80\" height=\"18\" /\x3eRIAD EL FENN \x3c/h2\x3e\n\x3cp\x3e\nWhen you enter the Medina in Marrakech you have no idea what’s in store for you as you walk down an alley to knock on the door to enter a calm beauty as you go through a dark, mysterious entrance hall to find yourself suddenly in a sunlit open courtyard with a rose petal strewn pool, surrounded by palm trees and exotic plants.\r\nCushioned from the noise of the Medina by its metre-thick walls, the spacious boutique town house Riad El Fenn, (Fenn is best translated as “cool”) once a palace in ruins so carefully and artistically renovated in 2002, is more spacious and modern than most other riads enjoying relaxed luxury and the particular sophisticated taste of its owners. Once a palace and renovated in 2002, the air conditioned guest rooms in five interconnected houses are furnished to a high standard with locally-sourced 50’s furniture and locally produced sumptuous textiles. The large and comfortable beds boast linen of the finest quality. Whilst room sizes vary according to price, all have a private sitting area, wi-fi internet access, a deep soaking bath and power shower in the en-suite bathrooms with fragrant bath oils and candles. The best suites have their own plunge pool and private terrace with wonderful views across the old city. There are quiet areas for yoga, cool courtyards where trays of mint tea and cake appear every afternoon and a family of 4 (at present) tortoises amble beneath bougainvillea tumbling down the walls and a home cinema screening room for watching DVDs. The restaurant is supplied daily by local ingredients from the riad’s organic garden in the High Atlas Mountains which loom in the distance and the food is of high standard and you may enjoy dining outside in the courtyard or on the roof terrace overlooking the ancient city with the High Atlas Mountains as a backdrop. \x3c/p\x3e\n\x3cdiv class=\"services\"\x3e\n\x3ch3\x3eCharacteristics : \x3c/h3\x3e\n\x3cul\x3e\n\x3cli\x3e• Co-owned by the daughter of Sir Richard Branson and but a short walk to the Place Djmaâ El Fnaâ • 21 individually designed bedrooms and suites with\r\nhuge high ceilings and Moroccan polished plaster walls (Tadelakt) beautifully designed and furnished in the coolest way with many rugs and lamps scattered all over\r\n• Every room comprises a lounge area with bath shower ensuite • .Roof terrace with sun beds and plunge pool offering a staggering view of the Medina • A unique collection of paintings\x3c/li\x3e\n\x3cli\x3e sculpture and artefacts is dotted throughout • A simple gastronomic restaurant • 2 resident beauticians; 2 massage and treatment rooms.\x3c/li\x3e\n\x3c/ul\x3e\n\x3c/div\x3e\n\x3cdiv class=\"services\"\x3eHave you booked your Private Transfer?\x3c/div\x3e\n\x3c/div\x3e\n\x3c/div\x3e\n\x3cdiv class=\"clearboth\"\x3e\x3c/div\x3e\n\x3c/div\x3e" }