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...
Le Bain Bleu
This riad spa-hammam delivers top-notch style and value in a top-secret location. Follow signs for Dar Cherifa off Rue el-Mouassine onto...
Five times a day, one voice rises above the Djemaa din in the adhan ( call to prayer): that’s the muezzin calling the faithful from atop...
Step from the red Berber carpet into the classiest gin joint in Marrakesh, with powerful long drinks (Dh70 to Dh90) delivered to leather...
Djemma El-Fna Food Stalls
Around sunset, donkeys descend on the Djemaa hauling gas canisters by the cartload and all the makings of 100 small restaurants. Within...
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Le Tobsil information
In this intimate riad near Bab Laksour, 50 guests max indulge in button-popping, five-course Moroccan menus with aperitifs and wine pairings, as Gnawa musicians strum quietly in the courtyard. No excess glitz or belly dancers distract from noble attempts to finish 11 salads, pastilla, tajines (yes, that’s plural) and couscous, capped with mint tea, fresh fruit and Moroccan pastries. Booking required.