Riad El Sagaya

Address: 150 Rue El Gza, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 150 Rue El Gza, Marrakech, is near Majorelle Garden (Jardin Majorelle), Ali Ben Youssef Medersa (Madrasa), Bahia Palace, and Koutoubia Mosque and Minaret.
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    Travel Blogs from Marrakech

    Second-last night in Morocco

    A travel blog entry by tobequitefrank on Jul 03, 2015

    4 comments

    ... and-sorry long lunch together to sink back cokes and plates of fries to atone for the festivities. Being Friday there were additional prayers going on and we sat for a time outside our hotel watching those praying during the day. Throughout the trip Ramadan has been a key part of the lives of those around us: the sleepy run of life during the day as shops remained closed and restaurants have no reason to trade; the bustle of the post-break fast evening and cities coming ...

    Lost in the souks

    A travel blog entry by tobequitefrank on Jun 30, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... hammers on tin as intricate metal designs were carved onto lanterns and jewelry; metalworkers cutting and welding steel, making larger furniture pieces and household items. We found our way to a traditional Moroccan apothecary where the animated pharmacist gave us a tactile tour of the many herbal remedies that Moroccans have been using for centuries, our arms being a lather of oils, ointments and balms by the end. A few of us grabbed a quick massage with argan ...

    A maze of markets

    A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on May 01, 2015

    ... leathers, some were cutting, others were fashioning shoes. This isn't just a market area - the artisans also work here. A metal carving area - making lanterns, animals and other metal creations. A shoe section - known as baboush, leather shoes. Bowls. Wooden spoons. Carpets. Lanterns. Mirrors. Dried fruits. Clothes. Each type of good had an area. We wandered, with our guide leading the way, mostly hassle free - which was really surprising. I bought some small ceramic serving ...

    Marrakesh Medina

    A travel blog entry by mikemas on Sep 30, 2014

    6 photos

    ... niemal jak wielblady po dlugiej podrozy, ruszylismy w labirynt straganow z jedzeniem. Ciezko bylo sie zdecydowa, a lokalni naganiacze wcale nie ulatwiali wyboru (kazdy oferowal "best price" i chcial "tylko" zeby popatrzec i sprobowac). W koncu wybralismy miejsce, zasiedlismy i czekalismy na ta gore jedzenia, ktora zamowilismy. A dostalismy niewielka mieseczke zupy, ktorej chyba zapomnieli przyprawic, pyszny tagin z miesem, ...

    Who Wants Some Moora? Who Wants Some Moora?

    A travel blog entry by mugharrington on Nov 15, 2013

    50 photos

    ... to the Bahia Palace. The palace was built in the late 19th century, by Si Moussa and his son Ba Amed, both grand vizirs to Alawid Sharifs. The newer parts were constructed by Ba Amed and it was all finally completed in 1900. Bahia means brilliance and is the name of Si Moussa’s favorite wife. We saw the vizir’s reception area and its courtyard, the harem and the vizir’s private quarters. I finally asked Khalid why ...