Ryad Mogador Kasbah

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Zone Touristique Agdal, Marrakech, Morocco
Ryad Mogador Kasbah
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Costs 69% less but rated 19% lower than other 4 star hotels

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  • Families55
  • Couples55
  • Solo25
  • Business42

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Where is my hotel??!?? HELP!

by zipper379

hi i will be travelling to marrakech with a friend for the first time next week and kind messed up the booking process.
We booked the flights but couldnt find accomadation. Everntually we found a last minute booking at the HOTEL RYAD MOGADOR KASBAH. I cant find out any info on this hotel or where it is in terms of location.
Can anyone help? How far is it from the main city and how much would it cost on taxi?
Any help would be greatly appreciated

Re: Where is my hotel??!?? HELP!

by Donna_in_India

Hi - It's located near the Palais Royal and the Kasbah. We stayed in the Kasbah area in April and it was withing walking distance of Jama el Fna - maybe 10 minutes. (Don't know how much the taxi is because we never took one.) The hotel is about 20 minutes from the airport and if that's how you are arriving, I would try to arrange a pickup through the hotel. Arriving very late into Marrakech, our taxi driver not only ripped us off but literally dumped us on the road because he couldn't find our hotel! I was sorry I didn't book the taxi through the hotel! Enjoy!

Travel Tips for Marrakesh

Ourika Valley

by sachara

In 2000 we spent some relaxed hours in the beautifull scenery of the Ourika Valley.
We had a lunch on the terrace of one of the auberges in the valley, enjoying the nice views.
We walked around a bit and explored the riverbed. When we saw the small amount of water at that moment , we could hardly imagine, that in November 1995 severe floods damaged many houses and resulted in the loss of hundred of lives in this valley.

Basic but great find

by puerto_lover about Cafés

Chez Chegrouni is in an excellent position if you want to slake your thirst and fill your tummy. the food is good and not expensive and if you like, you can take a grandstand seat overlooking the square and watch the variety of passers by. You can have a basic plate of Morrocan food such as a 'tagine' or tasty omlettes. They have a small but effective menu.

Landmark of Marrakesh

by earthflyer

Standing 70 meters tall the minaret of the Koutoubia Mosque can been seen for miles in all directions. On both sides of the mosque are some pieceful gardens to sit in.

As the sun goes down the crowds gather for sunset before heading to the Djemma el-fna for the evening entertainment and then the minaret is illuminated for all to see.

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el bahia palace

by call_me_rhia

The Bahia Palace of Marrakech was constructed within the Qasba of Marrakech in the late 19th century for Ahmed Ibn Moussa, the son of the grand vizier of the 'Alawid ruler Muhammad IV.

El bahia palace is a lavish palace in the heart of the medina. It was designed by Muhammad al-Mekki of Marrakech and it is a large complex of houses and annexes set within extensive gardens and flanked by orange trees. Inside there is also a little mosque.

The thing that stikes most when you visit is how lavish the decorations are: carved stucco, carved and painted woodwork, hiny marble finishes and glazed ceramic tile. Yet the best are the numerous courtyards... each with a very nice fountain in the middle.

Streets and markets

by davidcross

"No comments, headins or captions"

These photos are taken more or less at random to give an overall impression and therefore don't need separate comments.

Haggling is the normal practice here - if you feel bad about it, remember that the seller will only deal if satisfied with his profit and he has probably paid an incredibly low price to the maker!

Lastly, should you get lost - as you well might, don't do what I was assured some do - DON'T phone your riad and tell them you are near a stall selling handbags!


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Address: Zone Touristique Agdal, Marrakech, Morocco