{ "id": "7", "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/1.jpg\" width=\"80\" height=\"18\" /\x3eRIAD CASA LILA\x3c/h2\x3e\n\x3cp\x3e\nEntering through the Bab Marrakech gateway into the Medina you come upon a small square and a lovingly renovated riad of 3 storeys breathing authenticity and simplicity, where every room is different with refined and delicate Moroccan decoration - every detail having been carefully studied to offer a romantic and intimate ambiance. \r\nHidden within the Medina, with easy access to the beach and the ‘new’ part of town, the spacious, pretty rooms, in soft pastel colours of lilac, pearl grey, saffron and rose evoke a sense of calm and quiet luxury. The Casa Lila riad owes its name to a beautiful, delicately-tinted lilac-flowered patio, from whence it gets its name, with a top-floor terrace looking out to the ocean - another open invitation to unwind and relax when you just sit on one of the sun loungers, sip a mint tea and enjoy life in the slow lane, and you would do well to take advantage of a traditional hammam and massage There is no restaurant, but you may want to go down to the port at lunchtime or in the evening to see the stalls of fish which the local fishermen have just brought in. Haggle for the price of a fresh bass or bream and they’ll grill it there right in front you over the hot coals. There’s no better way than this to eat fish and with a view of the Atlantic rolling out in front and the walls of the old city all around - there’s probably nowhere more suggestive either. Should you are feeling active then you could try windsurfing or kitesurfing on the endless beach just outside the old city walls, the wind is reliable here and it’s a bit of a hotspot for those in the know. You might fancy galloping across the beach on but if all that sounds like too much stress then there’s always time for a little shopping. The local government has promoted artisans’ workshops here and the quality is good; you may pay slightly higher prices than deep in the souqs of Marrakech or Fes, but you can often see the products being made and anyway here bargaining is still fun with both sides expected to have a healthy dose of irony, patience and drama. \x3c/p\x3e\n\x3cdiv class=\"services\"\x3e\n\x3ch3\x3eCharacteristics : \x3c/h3\x3e\n\x3cul\x3e\n\x3cli\x3e• Inside the ramparts of the Medina\r\n• Eclectic ensemble of 7 Rooms\x3c/li\x3e\n\x3cli\x3e 2 Suites \x26 1 Apartment-Suite\r\n• A renovated riad once belonging to a rich spice merchant\r\n• Roof terrace\r\n• Patio\r\n• Moroccan salon and Reading Rooms\r\n• Hammam and massage\r\n\r\n\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" }