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Marrakech

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...
Agdal Gardens
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 Agdal Gardens provide a charming area t
Ahmed Ait Taleb
Some of the best quality footwear in town and excellent customer service.
Al Fassia
A homely and traditional space that serves up some of the best Moroccan food in the city.
Amanjena
The Amanjena is without a doubt one of the most luxurious hotels in Marrakech, set out in the quiet of the Palmeraie it's an oasis of opulent tranquility
Ambiance & Styles
This eye-catching store houses everything from sofas to bean bags. Shipping service not available.
Ame Aventure
With years of experience this tour operator can tailor any trip to your needs and abilities.
Art & Deco
The beautiful dark green Ceramic Du Tamgrout is sold here in all shapes and sizes from bowls to lamps they also stock other types of crockery and in other colours.
Art Akhnif
Reasonably priced rugs and Berber classics. A family run business with a good understanding of how much things are worth. A great place to come if you're needing a break from all that haggling.
Atelier Moro
One off designs from all over Morocco ad the rest of the world.
Ateliers d’ailleurs
Ateliers d'ailleurs is the perfect place to visit if you are looking to learn more about the Moroccan way of life, including wood painting, embroidery and cooking classes.
Azar
This buzzing venue offers Lebanese food in stylish surroundings complete with a funky yet intimate club for afters.
Azzaden Lodge
Traditional style eco-lodge boasts towers impressively over the Azzaden valley...
Badii Palace
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 Badii Palace is a fantastic way to see
Bahia Palace
A must-see if you are interested in the history and architecture of the city.
Beldi
Beldi is one of the best known boutiques in Marrakech - the two brothers who own it bring a contemporary slant on Moroccan clothing
Beldi Country Club
Beldi Country Club, about 10 mins drive from the Medina is a wonderful oasis of calm set in the grounds of a rose farm and complete with spa and restaurant
Ben Youssef Medersa
This Koranic school provides a fascinating insight into the Moroccan culture.
Berber Ecomuseum
First of its kind this ecomuseum housed in a restored Kasbah exhibits photography and traditional artefacts. Also offering accommodation.
Bougainvillea Cafe
At the centre of the action this little cafe is the perfect place to stop off for a bite to eat when exploring the souks.
Café des Epices
Simple but charming Cafe des Epices is a restful oasis of calm amongst the hubbub of Marrakech's souks with a wonderful upstairs terrace.
Caravanserai
Caravanserai is a little way from Marrakech, set in the heart of a tiny local village, the locality and tranquility make it the perfect place to escape to
Cavalier Ranch
Perfect for riders of all abilities. Trips tailored to your needs from one hour hacks to day trips up into the mountains.
Club Equestre de la Palmeraie
This picturesque setting is not only great for a spot of horse riding but the hotel itself also has other facilities should you wish to make a day of it.
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.
Dar Attajmil
Dar Ayniwen
Dar Ayniwen is the epitome of old school Moroccan elegance and is one of the more refined and sophisticated of the hotels in the Palmeraie
Dar Charkia
Dar Charkia is a chic riad in the middle of the Medina, making it excellent base for those in Marrakech for a shopping trip
Dar Cherifa
Escape the hustle and bustle of the Medina by ducking into this elegant and peaceful Riad for a spot of mint tea.
Dar Doukkala
The dizzying design and vast rooms make Dar Doukkala a popular choice in the Medina. The slightly dated interior makes a change from faux South Beach riads
Dar Jaguar
A romantic riad within walking distance of the Jemaa El Fna, Dar Jaguar is a lavish hotel with its own rooftop terrace and plunge pool.
Dar JL
This truly romantic destination has it all: Dar JL is a luxury villas in a private olive grove that offers relaxing opulence in the out of the way Palmeraie
Dar Les Cigognes
Dar Les Cigognes is a former 17th century merchant's townhouse has been renovated into one of the most impressive boutique hotels in Marrakech.
Dar Liqama
Week long Moroccan cooking course with all the added extras including spa tennis courts and movie room.
Dar Si Said
This 19th century palace now home to the Museum of Moroccan Arts exhibits all kinds of traditional artefacts from Berber daggers to distinctive pottery from the regions of Safi and Zagoura.
Dar Tiskiwin
Featuring diverse exhibitions, the aim here is to reflect and preserve different cultures.
Dar Zellij
Intimate alcoves and rose petal-strewn tables make Dar Zellij a great option in the Medina.
Dar Zemora
Dar Zemora is a stunningly elegant villa set out in the dusty Palmeraie, where the domed reception leads through to a series of charming rooms...
Darhani
A classic riad tucked away in the Medina, Darhani has just four rooms to choose from. Intimate and relaxed it's a great choice for the city.
Destination Evasion
With five years experience Pierre is a reputable choice when visiting the Moroccan hills.

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