Dar Kenavo is a simply yet authentically decorated guest house where you can soak up the local Souiri culture and take advantage of a quiet moment in the garden. This charming place is entirely accessible to people with mobility disabilities. Even the pool’s been designed to accommodate those with mobility assistive devices like wheelchairs.
Located by the ocean and just a few steps from the medina, Sofitel Médina & Spa dominates one of the most beautiful private beaches in Essaouira. Its 117 rooms, decorated with thuya and lemon tree cabinetry, provides guests with maximum comfort for a perfect stay. Certain suites and rooms are outfitted with special equipment to accommodate guests with disabilities, including the main floor and up to higher levels thanks to the hotel’s elevator.
Nestled in the heart of a prestigious riad palace and member of the Relais & Châteaux is Heure Bleue, one of the best restaurants in Essaouira. On the patio or the terrace, or even in one of the dining rooms, guests are presented with refined French cuisine options created by the talented Sylvain Scotti who knows how to brilliantly mix Moroccan flavours. Heure Bleue is equipped with doors and access for those with mobility disabilities.
Since 1983, Le chalet de la plage in Essaouira, next to the ocean, has become incontestable. The knowledge and insight of the owner, known as Jeanot, has unveil a delicious Mediterranean menu. Grilled fish, soup, oysters, calamari, and prawns all accompanied with an exceptional view of the port city. It’s sure to provide a pleasant moment. The restaurant is accessible to those with mobility disabilities.