This gate in the ramparts opens onto the east of the city and it was built during the Almoravid dynasty, although it owes its current appearance to the reconstruction done by the Almohads during the 12th century. It is next to the main artery of the Medina that joins Gueliz, the Avenue of Mohammed V, leading to the Koutubia and the famous Jemaa el Fna Square, where the souks begin.
The suite is on the ground floor and its impressive door and windows open onto the central patio. It has a charming Rajasthani-style tea corner of fine carved wood. The large bathroom has tadelakt coating and a wonderful traditional hammam Arab bath. Guests may enjoy taking a special relaxing Moroccan bath, upon request.