‘La puerta del carnero’ (ram’s door) is one of the city’s nineteen doors, with a more elaborated decoration. It is the main access door to the Kasbbah. It was built by the Almohads during the 12th century and it is located close to the Saadian Tombs.
The suite is located at the first floor and it can be accessed through a courtyard. Its balconies are facing the main patio. It has an antique bed with rounded columns and a corner carved in wood where to enjoy drinking some Rajasthani style tea. The bathroom is equipped with a traditional bath and the walls are coated by tadelakt. Upon request, guests can enjoy a traditional relaxing bath with added essences.