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Marrakech

Riad Les Yeux Bleus
Riad Les Yeux Bleus is a bright, stylish riad found in Marrakech’s medina offering eight guestrooms and covetable services.
Le Jardin
A peaceful, secluded courtyard restaurant within the bustle of the Medina, Le Jardin serves fresh juices and delicious international and Moroccan cuisine.
Riad Noire d’Ivoire
Found a few minutes’ walk from the Jemaa el Fna, the Riad Noire d’Ivoire is a visually dramatic and romantic boutique hotel with waterfalls and
Nomad
Serving modern Moroccan cuisine in chic surrounds, Nomad is a popular restaurant in the centre of the Medina - especially with those looking for cocktails.
Dar Assiya
A beautifully restored riad within walking distance of the Jemaa el Fna, Dar Assiya offers five traditional guestrooms and a delicious Moroccan restaurant.
maisonLAB
A contemporary home design store in the Guéliz area of Marrakech, maisonLAB is the brainchild of New York interior designer Martin Raffone.
Riad Capaldi
Located a short walk from the Museum of Photography in Marrakech’s Medina, Riad Capaldi is perfectly situated for exploring the old part of the city.
Riad Awa
Riad Awa is an urban retreat with oodles of unassuming, undeniable style found in Marrakech’s Kasbah district, near the Royal Palace and the Saadian Tombs.
Riad Mena
Minutes from the main market in Marrakech, Riad Mena is a peaceful, design-conscious hotel strewn with antiques and high-end amenities.
Riad Dar Darma
Found within the Medina, Riad Dar Darma is a palatial riad with decadent amenities and undeniable style, not to mention its own hammam and mountain views.
Riad Sapphire
Awash with white marble and modern Moroccan furnishings, Riad Sapphire is the ideal retreat in the midst of Marrakech’s labyrinthine medina.
Nikki Beach
Nikki Beach brings poolside style and panache to Marrakech's nightlife.
Silver, Jad Mahal
Colourful and lively, the Jad Mahal is a thriving Marrakech nightspot.
Casa Mangani
A mixture of Mangani designed lamps IN Italian and Moroccan styles with minimalist furniture designs by Soumaya Jalal.
Terres d’Amanar
Perfect for families sporting enthusiasts and and nature lovers.
Le Jacaranda
Jacaranda is a decidedly charming space with food that surpasses expectations.
Terrasse des Epices
Authentic Moroccan cooking on a roof terrace with a 'Hideous Kinky' atmosphere.
Atlas Karting
If you're a bit of an adrenaline junky then whizzing round the track with a group of friends is just for you.
Boutique Indigo
A full selection of western clothing by names such as Calvin Klein and Patrizia Pepe
Les Terraces de l’Alhambra
Reasonable food and good views make this a good stop-off in the bustling Jemaa El Fna.
16 Café
Perfect for a bite to eat when out shopping.
Akkal
One of the most attractive retail spots in town selling beautiful ceramics local art and top quality fabrics.
Galere Birkemeyer
Good quality leather and suede goods at affordable prices.
Artisan El Koutoubia
This shop sells an array of lamps far from the hustle and bustle of the souks it has a more upmarket and professional feel about it.
Diamant Noir
You'll find a no frills but a good atmosphere at the down-to-earth Black Diamond.
Bazaar les Palmiers
Although a little pricey you know you're buying quality. English also spoken here.
Jemaa el Fna
The southern half of the Medina is somewhat less hectic than the north, and is primarily a residential area. Filled with some of Marrakech's cultural landmarks, the South Medina is a popular tourist spot. The Jemaa el Fna features as the hub of the
Kif Kif
Away from the main body of souks this little shop is the perfect stop off for any last minute gifts.
Azar
Kechmara
Gueliz's most funky and down to earth eatery oozes a casual charm.
Pepe Nero
Traditional Moroccan restaurant with a twist...
Azar
This buzzing venue offers Lebanese food in stylish surroundings complete with a funky yet intimate club for afters.
KIS Boutique
Fresh, light and airy accessories and fashion boutique in the heart of the Medina...
Montecristo
Expect a brash mix of party music and a vibrant atmosphere.
33 rue Majorelle
Authentic Moroccan designer wares and a true range of prices make 33 rue Majorelle a excellent place to try some of the best Marrakech has to offer...
Amandine
Clean, safe, cake-based fun.
Mustapha Blaoui
An abundance of Moroccan goodies to spice up your decor all at reasonable prices.
Azziza
High end traditional designs mainly for women but also stocks suits leather jackets and a few other mens garments.
Centre Artisanal
One of the biggest and most popular shopping areas.
La Cabane D’Ali Baba
Crammed full of hundreds of types of beads you could easily spend hours rummaging through this small but perfectly formed little shop.

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