Ryad Mogador Opera Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRyad Mogador Opera Hotel Marrakech
Really enjoyed staying at this hotel. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Hotel was good value for money, and food very delicious. Reccoment.
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... invited into another private home for a party with locals. Our host's mansion is a treat for the senses, with birdcages everywhere filling the space with beautiful melodies. Unfortunately my cell phone images of the party aren't up to my usual standards, but you will get the idea. The tour is certainly off to a wonderful ...
The group has all arrived safe and sound, and after a free day we gather for welcome festivities at the private Riad of one of our most frequent travelers. His home is in the Medina, and to reach it we walk through the famous Jemaa El Fna Square. It is dazzling at sunset, as the crowds come alive watching snake charmers, pet monkeys, drumming groups, storytellers, and colorful characters of all descriptions.We gradually leave the hubbub ...
... Anyway as I was saying the first night involved arriving late in the airport and getting on the coach. It then turned out there had been a problem with the booking and we had been booked into a place that we did not expect, the 'Moroccan House Hotel' we were placed into rooms in groups of three and unpacked quickly trying to get down for dinner as soon as possible. Dinner was a classical Moroccan tagine ...
... windows in the ceiling for air and a modicum of light. It did not bode well for those who fell from out of favour with the sultan! Mister Massour would really have been ****** off if he had known that In 1683, after the Saadian Dynasty fell to the Alaouites, the new Sultan Moulay Ismail removed anything of value, including all the marble (but probably let the prisoners stay) from the palace to decorate his new palace in another town.
The souk is the retailing hub ...
... in the square for a few minutes, and went back to our hostel. Though we enjoyed hearing the locals making music, whenever I brought my camera up to take pictures someone would appear out of nowhere holding out a hat that I was expected to put money in. I guess ...