Riad Dar Lazuli Essaouira

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Welcome in Dar Lazuli

Do not hesitate, discover Essaouira and escape at a low price! Check out our rooms and contact us directly to make your reservation.



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Forthcoming and current discounts

Please note the following 25% discounts until February 17th 2024 included, i.e. :

  • Ghibli at 51 euros the night (instead of  68 euros) and 307 euros the week (instead of 409 euros);
  • Calima at 59 euros the night (instead of 79 euros) and 355 euros the week (instead of  473 euros);
  • Alizée at 67 euros the night (instead of 89 euros) and 402 euros the week (instead of 536 euros);
  • The whole house at 126 euros the night (instead of 168 euros) and 670 euros the week (instead of 893 euros).

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Welcome to Dar Lazuli

Dar Lazuli is home to three boutique suites in Essaouira: Alizée, Calima and Ghibli. These rooms can be booked individually or as a whole, sleeping a group of six to eight with exclusive use of the whole property

Cots and extra beds are also available upon request, so whether you’re a family, couple or group of friends, we can accommodate you !

From the vibrant wall niches, colourful blankets and Moroccan trinkets to the sumptuously large beds and bathrooms, we have made every effort to create a modern Moroccan home-from-home with all the mod cons to pamper you. Just click on the rooms below, or read on to find out more.

Had the most relaxing and deepest sleeps as the beds were the best we had slept in for our entire trip of Morocco. Every bed after it felt like sleeping on concrete.”

Cilianosull on TripAdvisor

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Discovering Essaouira

From our arrival in Essaouira, we fell in love with it.
First of all, its smell, unrivalled, mixture of sea, wood fires and spices...
Then it’s light, changing all the time from the pink dawn to the night fall, with in the background, the gulls shouts.
Little by little, we were tamed by Souiris. So many warm smiles, "be welcome! ", " Come back to us fast, Inch' Allah! ".
We were in another era, in Antiquity, a world without car in the Medina, only "carossas".
We made our shopping in the souk, accompanied by the Latin poet Horace and were subjugated by spices flavours and colours, charmed by music in streets corners.
And there, in the harbour, was it not the Ulysses’ boat heading to the open sea?

Not forgetting the fabulous cats which, in a harmonious circle, are waiting for their meal, in the evening, in front of restaurants.

And suddenly, in the bend of a dead end, pops in, smiling and mischievous, proposing us a royal tea, "the kid who has no age ...".

Madeleine and Jean-Marc