Riad Al Andaluz

Address: 71, Diour Jdad Zaouia El Abassia, Marrakech, 40008, Morocco | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 71, Diour Jdad Zaouia El Abassia, Marrakech, is near Souk Cuisine, Gueliz, Maroc-Expe Rando Quad, and Royal Palace of Marrakech.
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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

    We woke surprisingly chipper after a sleep in (it wouldn't last) and headed off for a breakfast as meager as the previous day, following it up with a trip to a restaurant get an actual meal to start us off. Back at the hotel we checked in on the others from the night before and found them in a bit of a state. With our bus leaving at 2pm, there wasn't much to do except pack bags and have a last look around the city. The evils of the previous night eventually caught me up and we had ...

    Lost in the souks

    A travel blog entry by tobequitefrank on Jun 30, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... protected from the scandal that is women dancing). Lastly were the living quarters where his four official wives and their children lived (his favourite obviously occupying the most grand space). As with other cities in the tour we spent a lot of time negotiating the cramped alleyways of the medina. But at this time of the morning most of the souks were doubling as workshops: shopkeepers sitting dying leather goods and stitching bags and sandals; a chorus of tapping ...

    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 ...

    Magic, Monkeys and Morocco

    A travel blog entry by lynsey.nault on Nov 14, 2014

    50 photos

    ... herby, sweet and salty bundle of deliciousness. We were also served fried eggplant and an array of salads - cauliflower, chickpea, lentils, beets, etc. Yum. The market in Fes provided us with pastries and olives, although after watching the shopkeepers handle the olives, I took a pass on that one. Fes was also home of the famous tannery overlooking the city. It is located in the medina which is a labyrinth of life. So many ...

    On the Marrakech Express

    A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Oct 02, 2013

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... br>
    We left the gardens and headed back through the 11th century medina walls towards the center of the medina, stopping about a block past the Hotel la Mamounia (famous for having Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt stay there during their 1943 summit). We then set out on foot for the Koutoubia, which featured the stunning Koutoubia Minaret. (As usual in Morocco, I was not permitted into the mosque, but quite frankly I was fine with that because ...