Zaki Hotel

Boulevard Al Massira, Meknes, Morocco | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Meknes

Rabat to Magnificent Meknes

A travel blog entry by brownsltd


... accommodation and meals. It was delightful lunch of Meatball Tagine and Chicken Cous Cous.

All very content from our delicious lunch we travelled back down the mountain and over to the Volubilis ruins. These amazing Roman ruins date to the 3rd century BC, just way too old for us to even comprehend. The ancient mosaics where fascinating as were the large structures which stand so strong and have a ...

The Capital Town

A travel blog entry by laurenw_is


... a closed door. Admitting defeat we returned to a collection of cafés where we enjoyed a coffee and an almond biscuit served by men in laboratory coats.

After we exited the Kasbah I turned towards the ocean having been driven mad by the unseen sounds of breaking waves. We crested the hill and face a choppy grey Atlantic. Moroccans were playing soccer on the beach and surfing the rough waves. A few of them caught waves that surged down the river ...

Peanut has a problem!

A travel blog entry by roamingfree


... entertainers drawing a small crowd and a couple of beggars.

We walked across the square and turned left towards the souk and suddenly we were in the narrowest of streets that had only ever been designed for a donkey and cart. We were shoulder to shoulder, back to back and front to front, all at the same time...population density, one person per sq ft! As we didn't need any more clothing, we hung right as soon as we could and then ...

Morocco #2 - Meknes with Al Pacino

A travel blog entry by mariposasrojas


June 28

It was Friday. We took a day trip to Meknes, another imperial city located 60 km west of Fes. The energy was quieter there than in Fes. It was also cleaner. Kids said they liked Meknes more than Fes, which had been a bit (more than a bit) intimidating for them.

Before arriving to Meknes, we stopped by Volubilis to see the ruins of what once was a thriving Roman city. Children ...

Day 20 - Fes And Back

A travel blog entry by bgill

... the sensory overload of the Medina, it was the last thing i needed. Unfortunately it got even worse as i had to share a hot, sticky carriage with a family of 6 without air con. I suppose that’s the downside of having to take second class. The family did seem nice though. It makes you think how bad we can be in the UK sometimes. 30 very slow minutes later, the train arrived in Meknes where i got the tickets for my train tomorrow then the taxi back to the ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on Boulevard Al Massira, Meknes, is near Cascades d'Ouzoud and Paradise beach.
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