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...
Stop and smell the roses while checking email at this 8-hectare royal garden, dating from the 18th century but now offering free wi-fi....
Hammam Bab Doukkala
A historic hammam in the southeast corner of Bab Doukkala Mosque, dating from the 17th century. It has heated tadelakt (polished...
Step from the red Berber carpet into the classiest gin joint in Marrakesh, with powerful long drinks (Dh70 to Dh90) delivered to leather...
La Maison Arabe
La Maison Arabe was serving Moroccan fine dining decades before other riads, and viva la diffa (feast) difference: here the focus is on...
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Ensemble Artisanal information
To get a jump-start on the souqs, come to this government-sponsored showcase, across from Cyber Park, to glimpse master artisans at work and see the range of crafts and prices Marrakesh has to offer. The set prices are higher than in the souqs, but it’s hassle-free shopping and the producer gets paid directly.