Riad Moullaoud

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

33 derb Guessaba El kebir, EL Moukkef, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco
Riad Moullaoud
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 88% less than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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  • Couples89
  • Solo85
  • Business66

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Recommendation / Tips Marrakesh

by Vanremo

I am visiting Marrakesh for a week and I was wondering where the best place to eat Tangia or as its know by locals "Tangia Marrakeshia"? and any other that I shouldn't miss while there?

Shopping: best place to buy Tajine, djilbab, Ras-Hanout spices.

Thanks for all your tips and recommendation,

Re: Recommendation / Tips Marrakesh

by 43beckos

We had a delicious Tangine at Al Fassia, which is a restaurant run by a local womens coperative in the Guilez area of the city. Full review on my Marrakech page

Re: Recommendation / Tips Marrakesh

by mejor

tangi is differnet from tagine. the latter is a meat and vegetable stew; tangia is just meat whichcooks for hours in ashes. If you can afford it ry Diaffa. Otherwise try any restaurant just off jemaa Elfna square Marrakechi or Argana.Most spice shops sell ras ehanout (27- 35 spice mix)
You 'll nee dto haggle a lot in Marrakech. Again i fyou have time I'd suggest taking a day trip to Essaouira_ great city and lots of things to see and buy

Travel Tips for Marrakesh

Women: do not hang out by...

by ozma

Women: do not hang out by yourself at night unless you are prepared to get harassed ALL THE TIME. Nothing 'bad' will happen to you as this is a culture of very friendly people and generally a safe country, but you will get gawked at, flirted with, teased and maybe even touched if you are in a crowd.

From Marrakech by train

by sachara

From Marrakech you can take only the train to the north, to Casablanca (3-4 hrs), Rabat (4 hrs), Meknes (7hrs) or Fez (8 hrs). There are several trains a day to Casablanca, some direct trains to Meknes and Fez and overnight trains to Tangier.

To other places in Morocco you can take the ONCF related supratours busses. For all actual schedules of the trains and the supratours busses you have to look at the website of ONCF.

The railwaystation is the Ville Nouvelle about 1 km west of the Place du 16 Novembre. When I visited Marrakech in march 2007 and january 2008 the reconstruction of the new railwaystation was still in progress.

blue - blue - savannah song....

by marktynernyc

Cacti, cacti, bus loads of tourists and more busloads of tourists. To get away from the crowds, visit the Museum of islamic Arts - the collection by Yves St Laurent is fantastic - amazing textiles and jewelry. The only downer is that the building is nothing but a shell - I would have like to see the layout of the house (unfortunately many of the other art deco house in the Ville Nouvelle are being razed and replaced with McMansions)

These are nicely made,...

by pjallittle

These are nicely made, stunning colors and dramatic patterns. As a practical matter, though, it is the large vases that are the most attractive. How do you lug these around.

Once you get into shipping them, you begin to consume a lot of time and headaches. Best to just pick up a small item and not get entangled, it will eat into your travel time. That's a hidden cost.

Marrakesh: You're the one who looks like Christmas

by JamalMorelli

"You want it so bad..."

....and now you have it. It felt better when you didn't. Or did it?

Marrakesh. Expectation generator. And pretty on the inside.

Unlike Fes, in which the magic of the city is inescapable, you gotta pay for the magic of Marrakesh. And you gotta get in...

No worries. This hot poppa has the dough. But as a Muslim, I enjoy the public displays of wealth. And as a pug, I like my beauty and my madness in the same sip.


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Address: 33 derb Guessaba El kebir, EL Moukkef, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco