Overlooking the blue of the sea, Madada Mogador, an original boutique hotel, is the intimate address nestled behind the ramparts, not far from the port, the beaches and the souks. The inspiring place is born from a subtle alliance of Orientalism and an invitation to relax. Housed in an old house of Jewish merchants, the volumes have been redesigned by mixing traditional know-how and contemporary design. Tadelakt and beijmat dominate the style in the 9 rooms and suites with a resolutely modern look.
The journey takes its metaphor whether on the terrace which offers a splendid view of the port or in the comfortable rooms populated with leather trunks.
In the Madada family, we ask for the Table by Madada, a restaurant installed under the stone arches of a former carob warehouse on the ground floor and accessible by car for guests coming from outside. Madada's third and last stop, the chic bazaar boutique called the Comptoir Oriental, an address that we would like to keep confidential and which pays tribute to Moroccan and African crafts.
Madada Mogador is not a simple hotel, but above all it is a house in which you can live an Experience. Located at the entrance to my medina but also a few meters from the beach and the port, it's a special atmosphere.
Some will say that they feel between land and sea, others that they have a foot in the history of the old town and a foot on the warm sand of the beach. It is not only this situation that makes it such a special house but also the people who live there and who welcome you there.
Madada is a different way of living Essaouira: it is the comfort of a neat house, it is the liveliness of a dedicated team, it is the discretion of a place on a human scale and it is before everything else the opportunity to savor your moments in Essaouira.
Room Type :
Assala Standard Room
Madada superior room
Pacha ocean view room
Salma ocean view room
Panoramic Cabana room
Ramparts side Loft Suite
Cherifa Junior Suite
Sabra Standard Room
La Table Madada
THE GOURMET TABLE
Formerly a carob warehouse where the king's traders stored their goods in order to export them, via the port, to Europe, this local steeped in history offers a restaurant of fish specialties with a menu with flavors of the Ocean and Morocco.
Under his magnificent stone arches our chef works the fresh fish from our coasts, the shells and crustaceans arrived the same day, giving the spotlight to seafood.
The top of the poster is held by a spider crab gratin to swoon although there are serious competitors with the tenderloin of beef, often flambé before your eyes, a real spectacle, the sea bass in salt crust or the couscous lobster and salmon with the allure of three stars with its presentation aged and molded in a circle.
The bar, both chic and relaxed, offers a creative cocktail every day in addition to its already very original menu such as the coriander mojito, Illias specialty, top flight for this smoking stopover as well.
Its ambiance, live music and professional service are part of the Madada collection.