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- Room Service
- Free internet WiFi
5 spacious rooms
Riad Saba hosts 5 spacious rooms with en suite bathrooms. The bedrooms, which are each decorated in different colour schemes, are furnished with stylish Moroccan, African and Swedish antiques. Our guests often comment on the attention to detail and the individual atmosphere of each room.
All rooms have air conditioning and heating. You can choose between king-size beds (180 cm x 200 cm) or twin beds according to your needs and for your maximum comfort.
All rooms are of the same size, standard and price. Pasha room is recommended for families with a small child. If you need two rooms connected with each other, we recommend Mauve and Sahari.
Pasha room is the only room on the ground floor. It is a spacious room that suits guests who want to avoid climbing stairs. It has a very high ceiling with a fantastic hand carved stucco. The red velvet bedspreads were once upon a time curtains in a Swedish castle. The funky shower cabin is made of traditional tadelakt and was designed by Jabrane.
Ocean room enjoys morning sun through the light green organza curtains. The ocean-like turquoise and green colours were inspired by the little Art Deco make up table that Maria found during one of her many flee market sprees in the South of Sweden.
Chocolate room has a writing desk and a sofa, that works as an extra bed for a child or a grown-up. A gorgeous Tricia Guild fabric in turquoise and maroon dictates the colours of this room. The shape of the shower is inspired by a traditional Moroccan washing basin.
Mauve room can become a suite together with Sahari through a connecting door. The curtains in mauve and gold gives this room a kind of royal feel to it. The shower is made from a drawing that Maria made in the very beginning of the renovation.
Sahari room enjoys the afternoon sun and can be connected with Mauve room. The table and chairs are decorated in Tuareg style with pieces of beautifully hand-painted leather. On the wall hangs an Ikat weaving that is a part of a collection that Maria gathered while island-hopping in Indonesia.