Riad Djemanna

69 derb el Halfahoui, Bab Doukkala, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco

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    A hidden jewel in the Medina

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    This is a wonderful location in the heart of the Medina. A quiet, secluded riad, ideal for people seeking a real-life experience.

    Unique Quality: Perfect for parties. You can book the whole riad on exclusivity for groups over 10 travellers. Rooms are decorated in different colors. There is a small terrace on the roof where meals can be served. No swimming pool.

    Directions: Difficult access for first-time guests. It is advisable to arrange for an airport pick-up or guided walk with the manager. Though not critical, the area can be scary at night.

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A hidden jewel in the Medina

by frachal73 about Riad Djemanna

This is a wonderful location in the heart of the Medina. A quiet, secluded riad, ideal for people seeking a real-life experience. Perfect for parties. You can book the whole riad on exclusivity for groups over 10 travellers. Rooms are decorated in different colors. There is a small terrace on the roof where meals can be served. No swimming pool.

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In the souksIn the souks

Carpets Hanging EverywhereCarpets Hanging Everywhere

Majorelle Garden - cactusesMajorelle Garden - cactuses

kilim cushions and rugskilim cushions and rugs

Forum Posts

Where can I find phone no of semsar? (people who manage the rented flat for visitor wanna stay long)

by Freelancer1000000

Where can I find phone number of semsar? (people who manage the rented flat for visitor wanna stay long)

Or maybe there is an office of them

Re: Where can I find phone no of semsar?

by hbenchekroun

Hi

I m Halim and I live in casablanca Morroco
If want I can help to find an apt in Marrakech with Nothing
you have to paye Comision to samsar if he help you to find what you are loking for
you can call me in my Mobile 00 212 78 73 85 73

Best Regards

Halim

Travel Tips for Marrakesh

Jalaba

by keeweechic about Clothes & Shoes

The Jalaba or Jellabas is a traditional dress of Morocco. It is more like an robe or overcoat with a hood. Both men and women wear the Jalaba but can be different colours and materials. The Jabador is a two piece outfit.

View on the stork's nest

by Bigjones about Le nid de cigogne (the stork's nest)

We met the owner of this restaurant by a mere chance, that's how we got to know it. It's very well located, in the Kasbah district, near the Saadian tombs, and from the terrace, you have a nice view on the storks. The terrace is very nicely decorated (we noticed an influence of Majorelle in the blue pottery !) and food is excellent. We didn't eat on the terrace that time because it was raining too much but sitting on sofas was very comfortable too.
The restaurant's owner also has the bakery next door where you can find the best pastries in the whole Marrakesh according to me (filled with cream, chocolate, almonds, with bananas on top etc. ) we tried them all (or almost), definitely the best !

Beautiful Architecture

by Donna_in_India

Musee de Marrakech was a former palace. Inside the museum are archaeological and ethnographic objects, contemporary art and historic documents. I loved the mosaic tile work, the intricate carvings, and the arches.

Be sure to stop for some mint tea in the courtyard!

Open 9-6:30

Ali ben Youssef Mosque

by suvanki

This is the oldest surviving mosque in Marrakesh, and the largest of the mosques in the medina.

It dates from the Almoravid era ( mid- late 12th century), but has been rebuilt several times, most recently in the 19th century, in the Merenid style.

Following these rebuildings, the Mosque is now half its original size.

Non Muslims aren't allowed to enter this mosque. However, there are many sights nearby to visit, including Ali Ben Youssef Medersa which is opposite.

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