Riad Kasbah

101 Derb Harbil-Kasbah, Marrakech, 44000, Morocco
Riad Kasbah
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Hamman and Spa - Where to g and what to get

by alisonel

Hi

We are very keen to go to Hammam or/ Spa when in Marrakesh in February. I have read some of the other postings here and other sites on which ones to go to and I have looked at prices which can vary. Can anyone answer the following questions pleae

1. Have you heard of Les Bains de Kabira, Les Bains to Marrakesh or Hamman Ziani in or near the Medina. Which one is best some people have said go to Les Bains de Marrakesh but others have said it is touristy and you feel rushed. It is slightly more expensive.

2. Can my partner and I ( man) go together and have the treatments at the same time?

3. What would people reccommend - hammam, baths, wrap or massage -we would do a combination of 2 or 3 if possible.

Once again thanks to those who reply you always give such good advice

Alison

Re: Hamman and Spa - Where to g and what to get

by Donna_in_India

Hi - we went to both Ziani and Les Bains de Marrakesh. Ziani was so much better!! Les Bains definitely was rushed and expensive. At Les Bains you can go together in the same massage room. At Ziani men and women are separated. Have the works - bath, scrub, massage, and wrap. It's amazing!! If you'd like to check my Marrakesh page I wrote tips on both places and described the whole Ziani experience in detail. Enjoy!!

Travel Tips for Marrakesh

The Weather

by Redang

It's very important to check the weather before you go to Marrakesh:
- www.theweathernetwork.com/weather/cities/intl/Pages/MAXX0007.htm
- weather.yahoo.com/forecast/MOXX0004.html
- www.weather.com/outlook/travel/businesstraveler/local/MOXX0004

To convert Fareneit into Celsius:

Deduct 32, multiply by 5 and divide by 9.

Searching for cheap shirts

by barryg23 about Clothes & Shoes

By our second last day in Morocco, I had run out of clean shirts and we didn't have any time to do more washing so I went searching for clean t-shirts in the medina. Most of what was on sale around Djemaa el-Fna was tacky and overpriced. I offered 25 Dh maximum, while they were all asking for 60 or even 70. Some sellers were prepared to offer 40 but no lower. I figured we'd have a better chance of finding something away from all the tourists but they were difficult to escape from.

Later, I was proved right, as we picked up a nice t-shirt on the northern outskirts of the medina. This was at Souk el Khemis - Gate of the Thursday market - which, despite its name, has a small market everyday. Very few tourists venture out this far and hence it was much better value. I was pretty pleased that I got it for 20Dh, 5Dh less than budgeted.

The best couscous

by Bigjones about Chez Mimoun

It's in this old riad lovely decorated and very romantic that I ate my best couscous in Marrakesh ! If you want to spend a nice evening in good company in an old Moroccan palace without paying too much, that restaurant is perfect. But don't go there when it's cold outside because there are not a lot of seats inside. After spending the afternoon under the rain, we would have prefered to eat in a warm place instead of outside ! But when we saw the place, we couldn't resist ;-)

The High Atlas Mountains

by khalid_2

What strikes you first about the High Atlas Mountains is the extraordinary beauty of the landscapes that surround you, then comes the wonderful warmth and hospitality of the Berber people.
The High Atlas Mountains are a favorite stomping ground for hikers and people who love wide-open spaces. You might think about going off on a long trip, for two or three weeks with a mule, a guide and a cook. Or you could just go for a few days in search of a Berber village. But be careful, you need to plan such a hike very carefully.
Choose your itinerary according to your own degree of physical fitness and expertise. You may run into snow-covered summits and steep valleys. But you will find a whole network of trails already traced out for you.
You should be on your best behavior when you enter a village: dress appropriately, be respectful of local customs, especially where food is concerned. Sometimes there isn't enough to go around, as most villages depend on agriculture as their principal resource for food.
MUST-SEES:
1-Asni Valley
With its two villages where visitors can rent mules to climb into the Atlas and discover the snowy majesty of the highest peak in Morocco: Toubkal Mountain (13,536 ft).
2-Ouirgane
Resort situated near salt marshes with its Tin Mal Mausoleum dating to the ancient Kingdom of the Almohades.
3 -The Ourika Valley
Where springtime is eternal, a tranquil paradise filled with flowers and sparkling streams.
4-Ouzoud Waterfalls
Extraordinary cascades of water more than 300 feet high in the heart of the Atlas Mountains.
5-Oukaimden Ski Resort:
Situated at an altitude of 8,450 feet, the ski slopes are only 70 km from Marrakech. This resort is equipped with the highest ski lift in Africa.

Guéliz, hardly worth the trip

by vtveen

Guéliz is the modern downtown area of Marrakech, also called Ville Nouvelle (New Town). It was built by the French during their Protectorate and meant to house the Europeans living in the city. It is named after the sandstone mined in local quarries with more or less the same red/pink colour like the walls and houses in the medina.

Avenue Mohammed V is by far the most important (and busiest) road in Guéliz, running from the Koutoubia Mosque and passing Bab Nkob. The road is lined with offices, travel agencies, rental car offices, banks, shops (in side roads also some boutiques), restaurants and sidewalk cafés. In and around the area are also a lot of (western style) hotels. The gift shops offer the same Moroccan/Berber souvenirs as anywhere else in town and contrary to what I had read we had to bargain as well.

The best thing we did in Guéliz was drinking a morning coffee on one of the pavement cafés, watching modern Guéliz life and eating a croissant from a confectionery. But that’s hardly enough to travel all the way to Marrakech. It was just a short visit and we were happy staying in the medina.

Guéliz is easy accessible from the medina by a ‘petit taxi’.

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