Hammam Bab Doukkala
A historic hammam in the southeast corner of Bab Doukkala Mosque, dating from the 17th century. It has heated tadelakt (polished...
La Maison Arabe
Marinate in local herbs and minerals in this double hammam, followed by gommage and masque of ghassoul (clay), crushed rose petals and...
Hammam Dar el-Bacha
The city’s largest traditional hammam, with star-shaped vents in the vast domed ceiling. It’s the public hammam of choice for women, who...
Gloat over souq purchases with cocktails on the roof or alongside the Zen-zellij courtyard fountain. Wine prices here are down to earth...
Tea, coffee, salad, henna tattoo, Darija class…they're all on the menu at the funky Henna Cafe, where a local nquasha (henna artist)...
93 Arset Aouzal · interesting places nearby
Marrakech Korner information
Finally, an à la carte menu that’s easy on the wallet and kind to the tastebuds. Head to the rooftop for a merguez sausage sandwich or garlicky courgette salad, or hang out in the primary-coloured salon for restorative vervain tea infusions and free wi-fi. Unless you have a Moroccan grandma, this is the place to go for Friday couscous, properly fluffy and infused with fragrant smen (seasoned butter). It’s near Rue Dar el-Bacha.