Dar Naciria Marrakech

Address: 116 Place du petit Marche Guel, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 116 Place du petit Marche Guel, Marrakech, is near El Bahia Palace, Tanneries, Mellah, and Maison Tiskiwin.
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        2.50 of 5 stars Fair

        Travel Blogs from Marrakech

        A maze of markets

        A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on May 01, 2015

        ... a few hours of wandering around, the guide left us and we navigated our way back to the hotel (without getting lost!!). We were still rather full from breakfast, so when we got back, just had a few oranges for lunch. And then swimming pool time!! It was freezing!! But a nice refresh from the 40 degree heat! After a few hours of lazing around in the pool and on the outside beds, we headed back out again. It was a lot quieter. Many of the shops seemed to have already closed - it ...

        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 ...

        Marrakech - VIP treatment

        A travel blog entry by belinda-ben on Dec 03, 2012

        1 comment, 5 photos

        ... We were surprised to see a large group of people outside the red carpet and lots of people taking photos and filming - it was a big deal. We went to the 'Invitation' entrance and showed them our passes, they let us through. We followed the group of people (mainly photographers with big cameras round their neck), trying not to draw attention to ourselves we just followed them into the theater. The theater was very full so we had to all sit by ourselves. ...

        Souqs and soup

        A travel blog entry by lyncraven on Aug 18, 2011

        ... a treat in the AC, esepecially since it was well in the 30s outside! Thinking we had nicely timed our return for a visit to the Saadian Tombs, we got an unpleasant surprise when we finally found it - it was closed. We were told that the place had closed early, but we later understood that during Ramadan, instead of opening for 2 sessions a day with a couple of hours break in between, they preferred to work staight thro' and finish early. This meant our ...

        Dal Chabab

        A travel blog entry by clementinelarue on Feb 02, 2011

        ... screeching and grunting variety where the instruments are all clanged together to resemble a steelworks factory being demolished. I'm happy to say that this, the children singing I mean, sounds nothing like that.

        I've managed to arrange my hoody in just the right way to prevent my bum cramping and things have taken a decided turn towards enjoyable. A boy of about ten is smiling at me from the other side of the room, smiling encouragingly ...