Dar Cherif

Address: Km 11, Route de Ouarzazate, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel is located on Km 11, Route de Ouarzazate, Marrakech.
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        Shopping in the Souq

        A travel blog entry by gnbnz on Sep 26, 2015

        9 photos

        ... carpets, leather and ceramics. We got one of everything. Two hours of hard bargaining later Brendan was worn out and in need of some culture and/or architecture. He got it at Ali ben Youssouf Medarsa, a school founded in the 14th century, where young scholars learned the Koran, now open to the public for a pittance. 132 of them had a very spartan room each, clearly the Muslim equivalent of a monastery. The rooms may have been spartan but the ...

        Riad Abaca Badra

        A travel blog entry by smittee on Oct 05, 2014

        13 photos

        ... as it was Eid, there were crowds of locals celebrating there with lamps various activities going on. It was very nice to see the vibrant atmosphere with a sensory overload. We walked back and chilled at the roof top of Riad. The roof top was very nice with plants, sunbeds, tables, shaded seating and a hot-tub; we spent most evenings and afternoon on the roof top, relaxing enjoying the sun and the wine.


        Souks, Prayers, and The Handsome Moroccan

        A travel blog entry by paul.dombrowski on Jul 18, 2013

        10 photos

        ... and avocados from the market and came back to the riad to eat. We headed back to the souk for some shopping on our own. We returned to the riad, plunged in the pool to cool off, and napped. Ahemd was picking up at 8:30 to drive us to a good local restaurant in the new city. Dinner was very good, Moroccan salads, chicken and lamb Kabobs, hummos, babaganoush, bread and Diet Cokes. Way too much food, the check came to about $24. We ...

        Crash Landing

        A travel blog entry by amymiller93 on Jun 10, 2012

        1 comment, 26 photos

        Soooo Thursday afternoon about 30 of us left for Marrakech. We got in after dark but flying over the desert we could still see some of the dunes and it was absolutely beautiful. Once we were out of the airport, however, the culture shock began. The taxi driver wanted to charge us way too much to bring us to the hostel and that was just the beginning. Driving on a main road leaving the airport there were no lanes drawn on the street! People were driving ...

        La La Schukran

        A travel blog entry by jen-steve on Apr 25, 2011

        2 comments, 92 photos

        ... to set a price.  I'm really not a haggler - if a price is high, I'd rather just move on to the next guy, but this is how they do it in Morocco, and so after a painstaking decision at 100dh to get the two of us up a trail that we simply could have found ourselves, we set on our way.  The waterfalls were somewhat impressive, save for the so-called hike to reach them.  Full of trinket salesmen, cheesy tagine cafes and beggars, the hike is more like a traipse through one long ...