Riad Bibtia

Address: 58, Derb el Hammam, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 58, Derb el Hammam, Marrakech, is near Majorelle Garden (Jardin Majorelle), Jemaa el Fna, Marrakech Souk, and Ali Ben Youssef Medersa (Madrasa).
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          • Restaurant


          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • High-speed internet in room
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Breakfast Available
          • Non-smoking rooms
          • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Pets allowed
          • Family rooms


          • Suites
          • All-Suites Property


          • Airport Transportation
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Multilingual staff
          • Concierge desk
          • Room service
          • Business Services
          • Meal plan

          TripAdvisor Reviews Riad Bibtia Marrakech

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Marrakech

          Day 15 - Marrakech

          A travel blog entry by danieltregeagle on Oct 07, 2015

          19 photos


          We arrived in Marrakech late morning after the two and a half hour drive from Essaouria, stopping for the obligatory mid-morning mint tea or nés nés (pronounced noos-noos), which is half espresso coffee and half milk. The country between Essaouria and Marrakech is Very uninteresting, being flat, dry and covered in small rocks but people still seem to grow things and keep sheep.

          Marrakech seems like a ...

          Medina madness

          A travel blog entry by ruthii on Apr 06, 2015

          ... surroundings until we reached the Yves Saint Laurent memorial, an understated Doric pillar in its own tranquil patch. From here, the path led us to a covered bridge, the striking cobalt blue that is known as Majorelle blue - created by the painter to reflect the colour of French workmen's overalls. The blue is a rich, vibrant colour that contrasts with the many greens of the foliage in the gardens, and makes every item it covered into a star attraction.

          The ...

          The Last Supper

          A travel blog entry by laurenw_is on Jun 03, 2014

          2 photos

          ... delicious. There was not a tajine in sight as most of the group opted for pasta and pizza. Awkward moments included Sandi coming over to talk to Aziz and then taking the bone from his steak to a nearby empty table to munch on (instead of her seat at our table) and then later sitting in the lobby using the Wi-Fi whilst a few speeches/thank you's/goodbyes were given. Whilst everyone in our group was kind, ...

          Barbara's vision quest & marrakech arrival

          A travel blog entry by lalalloyd on Apr 27, 2013

          ... able to quench a craving I'd had over the past few days to help with this... three scoops of vanilla ice cream aww yeeah. The CTM ride to Marrakech was a long one (5 hrs), but the insane scenery going through the Atlas mountains made the time fly by. It was a shame just passing right by these amazing spots, and Ben and I decided we may have to squeeze in a day trek to the mountains from Marrakech, as many ...

          You want 100 Dirham? I'll give you 25.

          A travel blog entry by valaryr on Mar 28, 2012

          1 comment, 35 photos

          ... on the price beforehand, and do NOT let anyone see you take their picture.

          After our shopping disaster, we headed towards the mosque and found some delicious kebabs on the way. The kebabs came with olives and bread and they were phenomenal. We walked around the streets for a while then headed back to the central medina when it started to get dark. The medina became total madness at night—snake charmers, monkeys, tarot ...