Villa Warhol

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Riad Essalam Palmeraie Road of Casablanca, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 68% less than similarly rated 5 star hotels

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  • Families66
  • Couples75
  • Solo100
  • Business100

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Forum Posts

Football

by doofus

I know Moroccans are keen on fooball. Are there 'bars' or the equivalent of, that may show live football from the UK.

regards.

RE: Football

by JamalMorelli

I've watched games at bars in upscale hotels if that gives you a lead...

RE: RE: Football

by doofus

Thanks for that guys. Joining the locals on a stool in the Souk to watch a game appeals to me a lot if it is possible.

The game I want to watch is Chelsea v Arsenal on Sunday 10th December. Kicks off at 5pm Moroccan time. (I take it Morocco is 1 hour ahead of the UK. It is obviously live in the UK.

RE: RE: Football

by JamalMorelli

If it's a big semi-public showing you are after - Kerst is spot on. Grab a chair at a cafe decked out with a plasma screen and start screaming for your team...

but it seems likely to me that your match will be played in a bar - if it is, those places can rock with enthusiasm, too...(and of course, there's the added bonus of a decent pint...)

RE: RE: Football

by doofus

Sounds perfect to me!!!!! Arsenal is my team.

RE: RE: Football

by doofus

Have just returned from Marrakesh. I managed to see the game in a small smoke filled Cafe along with guys with long jelabas on. I managed to get a chair and a mint tea and settled down to watch the game. I enjoyed the experience if not the result. Arsenal were so unlucky to have victory snatched from them late in the game.

Travel Tips for Marrakesh

Marrakech Royal Golf Club

by khalid_2

Built in the 1920s by the pasha of Marrakech, the Royal Golf Club of Marrakech (pictured) is one of the longest established in Morocco. Constantly renovated and improved, it is also one of King Hassan II's favourite courses. Winston Churchill, David Lloyd George and General Eisenhower have also played here. It is a course of extreme beauty. Located at the feet of the Atlas mountains, the course has cypress, eucalyptus, palm, olive, orange and apricot trees.

* Rated number 3 in Morocco by Golf Digest (USA), April 2005

No handicap restriction 18 holes, 6,200 m, par 72, round at 400dh

CTM bus to Tan Tan

by earthflyer

CTM have 5 buses departing for Tan Tan.

Journey time 6 hours.

Tickets are around 175 dirhams plus 5 dirhams for luggage.

All buses depart from the CTM Bus Station not the Main Bus Station.

CTM BUS STATION
Address: Station Road CTM, Rue Abou Baker Seddik-Marrakech.
Phone: 05 24 44 74 20.
Opening hours: 24/24.
Services Offered: Ticketing - Boarding-Drinks.

Please use prices as a rough guide only.

Jemaa el-Fna

by NunoMorgadinho

This is main square and mainly where all the activity takes place. During the day it's a somewhat relaxed athmosfere with orange juice tents, cafes, restaurants and shops.

At night it's amazingly alive with people, snakes, monkeys, dentits, food tents, music, acrobats and a hell lot more!

Palais el Badi

by MM212

Following his victories against the Portuguese in the 16th century, Yacoub el-Mansour ordered the construction of el Badi Palace, which was designed to be the largest and most sumptuous in Marrakech. If the Saadien Tombs of the same period are any indication, then el Badi Palace must have been that and more. Unfortunately, around 1700 during the rein of the Alaouites, Moulay Ismail ordered the destruction of el Badi along with other Saadian palaces. El Badi's decorations, however, were carefully removed and transported to Meknes where Moulay Ismail had moved the capital. The recovered materials were used to decorate palaces in his new capital Meknes. Despite being a ruin today, el Badi Palace is a very relaxing and picturesque spot worth exploring. Most astonishing is the sight of numerous storks nesting along the palace's ruined walls.

Marrakesh forever

by ptitetoile

"Rich nature and culture...."

After having spent 3 days in the area of Guelmin, Marrakech was the town we absolutely wanted to see.... its fame, its nature, its palms and moutains in the background, its culture centrum... that were all the things that attracted us... And indeed, we were right about our choice : we really enjoyed discovering this wonderful town in all these aspects!

"...and lively atmosphere!"

But the thing that impressed me the most was the life in the street! Maybe that was because of the contrast with the very quiet Guelmin we visited before! I was so surprised that everybody was out! Women as well as men, children and old people...and also a lot of tourists. There was like a very tolerant atmosphere where you can be whoever you want, the population seems to be used to tourists and accept the differences. The energy of the town is fantastic. It could be even much better without the too many scooters...

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