Riyad El Mezouar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Concierge desk
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Riyad El Mezouar Marrakech
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... from blue in Fes to Green which is the standard Morocco's colours for roof tiles I continue to be amazed at how fertile the country is. I always imagined it to be sandy desert (Obviously seen to many WW2 films). They have fertile valleys with treed mountains.. The drivers here are crazy. pass on blind corners. They force oncoming cars to stop and move off road. When two coaches approach each other it gets hairy as they sway around on the potholes and pass each other with what ...
... built by the king as a place for many of his visitors to stay when they come to Morocco, and as a showplace for the country’s hospitality and sophistication. The hotel was built from the ground up, with no expense spared, and it clearly shows in the magnificence of every detail. The rooms start at $2,000/night and go up to $40,000/night for the large private villa.
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... then you are scrubbed clean with an exfoliator and eucalyptus oil. It’s such a nice cleansing experience. In the afternoon, we saw the Majorlle Gardens (a small botanical garden area funded by Yves Saint Laurent) and also the Bahia Palace (unfortunately not very well restored, but still a nice place to see). There are many rooftop restaurants and cafes in Marrakech so we made the most of this and spent quite a ...
... dip in various sauces, which were quite yummy. But there was also a porridge type thing that was sloppy and quite disgusting. Moroccan tea was also served which, since the main ingredient is mint, I also didn't really enjoy. I was definitely glad that I had eaten breakfast at home. We then continued the drive and while I was listening to my iPod I decided to show everyone some classic Australian rock so we listened to Khe Sanh and ...
So apparently I spent most of the night in between the mattress and the way in a crack beside the bed. At half nine we headed downstairs for some brilliant free breakfast: eggs, potato caked, pikelet things, cinnamon swirls and morroccan bread. We headed out to walk round the souks which are just a labyrinth of streets a couple of metres wide, undercover and with bamboo covered roofs. As Tim pointed out there are only about 5 kinds of shops: fabric, ceramic, light, shoe, bag ...