Riad Nora

112 Derb Sidi Moussa, Quartier Riad Zitoun Jdid, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco
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Marrakesh Riad for 8 people- private

by Veruschka

We are planning to travel to marrakesh in October and i would like to ask if anyone knows of a private riad for 8 people between the 8th-17th October?

Re: Marrakesh Riad for 8 people- private

by venoquine

Hi, there is an address.They are french, but do not know them.Good luck:


Re: Marrakesh Riad for 8 people- private

by angiebabe

Hi, also take a look at www.morocco-gateway.com

Re: Marrakesh Riad for 8 people- private

by cachaseiro

this riad has space for 8 people and if you book well in advance then you should be able to get thew whole house for yourself.


it´s run by a young morrocoan woman who speaks excellent english and the place is real nice with a good roof top terrace overlooking the kasbah.

Re: Marrakesh Riad for 8 people- private

by angiebabe

You could also contact www.jnanemogador.com and see if they still have availability to book their entire riad as well. very nice and very cheap.

Re: Marrakesh Riad for 8 people- private

by cabeyp

Personally I can recommend you look into Academia Arabesca Guest House. Riad Arabesca offers selfcatering facilities and would suit the budget rental. it comes in cheaper than all of the above recommendations.

Travel Tips for Marrakesh

The Hijab

by keeweechic

There are several variations of the women’s headdress. Some will wear just a headscarf, some will wear the Hijab which fastens under the chin and the other is more radical, the Niquaab. This is a veil that covers the entire head and face except for the eyes.

Food Markets - spread around the Medina

by sue_stone about Food Markets

We visited a few different food markets during our stay in Marrakech. Probably the most interesting was a large covered market - Souq el Kheir, which is located on Avenue Houmman el Fetouaki, close to Qzadria Square. There were some unusual foods on offer here, and the market was filled with local women doing their daily/weekly shop. The meat at the butchers looked particularly good here.

We also had a wander through the Bab Doukkala food souq, which not only has food stalls but shops selling attractive cooking pots so you can make your own tajine back home.

We stumbled across a large (possibly wholesale) fruit & vegetable market which was located just off Boulevard Allal al Fassi, between the Jardin Majorelle and the bus station. We had a look around there for a while, but we soon became unpopular for taking photos so we quickly moved on. Also, at the start of the Medina souqs, close to Djemaa el-Fna, there are some interesting food stalls with jars of colourful olives and preserved vegetables. And don't miss the stalls selling big bags of mint - perfect for a nice afternoon cup of mint tea

mint tea and mohallabia

by call_me_rhia about Restaurant l'Etoile

The Restaurant l'Etoile à Marrakech is yes a restaurant, but I guess it is more popular as a tea-room. It's just off Djema el Fnaa and has quite a nice decor inside - art deco, actually. Considering its location, it's frequented mostly by local people rather than tourists, which is normally a good sign. We went there after dinner, in search of a mohallabia - and it was the only place where we found it near Djema el fnaa. Quite good mohallabia and delicious mint tea. Service is slow, don't go there if you are in a hurry.

Marrakech's Eiffel Tower?

by realde14

The 65 meter high minaret of the Koutoubia mosque dominates Marrakech and is visible from afar. Marrakech is in a plain and like all the buildings in the old part of town, the Koutoubia and the adjacent place you see in the picture in is in the terracota color, which gives Marrakech the name Red CIty.

The Kasbah Mosque

by keeweechic

Near the Bab Agnaou gate is the Kasbah Mosque which is known as el-Mansouria. It was named after Sultan Ahmed el Mansour who had it built in 1190 During Moulay Abdullah’s reign it was restored and then again by Sidi Mohammed ben Abdallah. Similar to the Koutoubia Minaret but not as impressive. The mosque is not open to non Muslims.


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