Riad Les Ammonites

Address: Derb el Cadi 51, Marrakech, Morocco | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Derb el Cadi 51, Marrakech, is near El Bahia Palace, Tanneries, Mellah, and Maison Tiskiwin.
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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

    ... than our previous ride and we disembarked famished, making a quick stop to purchase train tickets for the following day before cruising straight to the hotel. Some of us gathered to return to the restaurant we dined at when last in Marrakech and then I visited a nearby market to have a last look at the souks - many a leather holdall has caught my eye this trip, though I have literally zero need for one and managed to maintain my resolve to avoid the frivolous spend ...

    Lost in the souks

    A travel blog entry by tobequitefrank on Jun 30, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... horse to the top) and was the original that defined the square African style of minaret design. A little further around from the mosque we visited the Saadian Tombs. A royal cemetery, the members of royalty buried in beautifully decorated rooms and their important advisors or soldiers in the beautiful gardens outside. Apparently the tombs disappeared from memory until a French pilot snapped some ariel photos and it was rediscovered. After this we visited Bahia ...

    Melting in Marrakech

    A travel blog entry by tobequitefrank on Jun 29, 2015

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... While the peaks were just as shapely as the northeastern end of the High Atlas, there were more pines and less cedar and the volcanic basalt and granite imbued them with much grayer colours. We took the Atlas' highest road crossing (2,260 metres) and had some awesome views at a stop just past the peaks. The area is unsurprisingly tremendously popular with hikers, with beautiful grassy plateaus and a couple of waterfalls fed by the last of the snowmelt. After lunch at ...

    Exotic sights and smells of Marrakech

    A travel blog entry by goodner on Oct 24, 2014

    145 photos

    ... to see a Berber village called Ourika, and drove about 30 minutes outside of Marrakech to meet a local tour guide there. Hassan, who has lived in the area his whole life, learned English in school so he could become a guide. The first thing I noticed was the ethnicity of the population: they looked different than the largely Arab population in Marrakech, and it was clear they are a fairly self-contained people. Genetically, there isn't much variation, as the ...

    Morocco

    A travel blog entry by annap23 on Aug 03, 2013

    27 photos

    ... from one of him favourite juice bars. He then showed me around the markets and took me to local spots that tourists don't often venture too like hidden parts of the markets where locals shop, the tanneries, places where to buy fresh dates and figs, and even down alley ways where kids were playing football so we could join in and play. It was really cool to see this as by being by myself I was really limited as to what I could do in Marrakech, and certainly going to ...