Dar Ouladna

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

69 Jawhar, Quartier Résidentiel Targa, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco
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Satisfaction Very Good
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 80% less than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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  • Couples75
  • Solo0
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Climate and clothes

by Cadstar

This is helpful. I am visiting in early March so am expecting sunny days but wondering how cold it will get in the evening. Will a light jacket or cardigan be enough or will I need more? And from a cultural and religious perspective, should women cover up ie long sleeves and skirts, or are shorts and sleeveless tops acceptable?
Any advice welcome.

RE: Climate and clothes

by shelteringsky

I would bring one item of really warm clothing.The weather may be similar to now,see previous posting.It might pour with rain,can bucket down at any moment,and when it rains,boy it rains.At the moment it is hot enough to wear shorts and sleeveless tops and get a nice tan.A good idea to carry a light cardi or shawl to cover up if you feel uncomfortable in the company of traditionally dressed Moroccans,depends who you meet and where you get invited to.A skirt is always a good idea(for women and david beckham)because not only can you have a pee in reasonable modesty in the middle of mountain passes,but you can hoick it up to sunbathe your pins in suitable places.On a scale of 1-10 on acceptability,my neighbours grandaughters have their bellys peirced and she wears full hijab.

RE: Climate and clothes

by flyzalot

We were just in Marakkesh over the Christmas holdiays.....along with being in Fez, and the Sahara Desert....we as well were concerned about the dress (we have an 18 year old daughter and for myself as a woman.....In Marakkesh especially they are very progressive...We did not feel in the least uncomfortable wearing jeans and would have worn short sleeve shirts if the weather would have permitted....we went prepared to be covered head to toe
(long sleeves and pants). That said...I would not wear shorts or stomach bearing items but for the most part we saw most everything....

Enjoy!!! You are going to have a great time!!!!

Travel Tips for Marrakesh

Other than the usual stuff...

by mrotsmit

Unlike some tips I'd read before-hand, you don't need to bring toilet paper, they have it here (although in small rolls), it's fine and the the toilets in the hotels are NOT holes in the ground, they are regular, western style toilets. A compass was the most helpful thing I brought to Marrakech, as you can easily get lost in the alleyways.

The ferry ticket

by Cool-123

An hourly ship runs between the Algeciras in Spain and the Tangier in Morocco. You can easily buy the ticket in the counter sales office just at the Algeciras train station. It nearly take 10 mins walk from the train station to the pier.

On the ship, you have to fill in a form just like a landing card and then with your passport standing one of the windows which will show you to pass the custom control. When you get off the ship, you have to show the stamp chop on your passport.

If you are lucky, you can enjoy the dolphins show at the sea. May be hundred. They jump up and down. So, you can try to have a seat on the upper deck.

The Bahia is the best

by lucyt

I just adore the Bahia Palace and make a point of going on each trip.
Whilst is it invariably overcrowded and a little run down, the architecture is great and there's a very friendly resident tortoishell cat.
What I love most about it is its tangible connection to Edith Wharton, one of my favourite writers. She stayed as a guest in the harem when the palace was still used as a residence. She talks about her stay in "In Morocco" and, following her description, you can easily work out in which room she stayed.

see the very beautiful stucco and zellij designs

by angiebabe

Not just a museum with some lovely carpets and artefacts on display, the beautiful ex palace built in the 19th century by the grand vizier of the Sultan in the style of a traditional Moorish house, has some very lovely finishing touches with beautiful or sumptuous! ceilings and walls and pillars and doors!

Built as a traditional riad it certainly has some beautiful zellij ie colourful patterned tiles - and stucco ie carved plasterwork - and muqarna - the elaborate wooden stalactite things you see - and then some lovely paintwork too especially on the ceilings and doors.

and some huge and impressive candelabra!

40 dirham as a single entry ticket or better value buy a combo ticket for 60 dirham to see all 3 of this Musee du Marrakech, then the Ali Ben Youssef Medersa and then finishing up at the Koubba over the square from this Musee.


by Algaspar

Non c'è che dire..sicuramente la città con più fascino che abbia mai visitato,anche perchè la mia compagnia era semplicemente splendida e meravigliosa..........................spero che sia anhe x te cosi........anche se non so se leggerai mai questo mess!!!!



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Address: 69 Jawhar, Quartier Résidentiel Targa, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco