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Riad Ta'achchaqa

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19, Derb Ouayhah - Sidi Abdelaziz Marrakech 40000 Morocco
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  • Grounds 44 Unattractive hotel grounds
  • Food 97 Delicious food
  • Service 96 Fantastic service
  • Location 91 Great location
  • Ambiance 91 Great ambiance
  • Hotel Building 89 Nice building
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Reviewed November 2011 by alastairmckee
This was the second Riad that I stayed in while in Marrakesh. It is very difficult to find at first, and if you are not being met at the airport then it is worth asking to be shown the way and paying the 10/20 dirham for the help. The Riad is beautiful inside, the rooms are relaxing and quiet and the staff were all very friendly, despite my french being terrible. The rooftop terrace is a great place to relax and it was thoroughly cleaned each ...
83 out of 100 based on 227 based on $ratings reviews


Die Souks von Marrakesch sind die größten in Marokko und ziehen sich durch die Gassen um den Place Jemaa el Fna und bilden für Nicht-Ortskundige eine wahres Labyrinth mit vielen Sackgassen. Auf dem Basar sind die Stände nach Waren sortiert und befinden sich somit in unterschiedlichen Souks, die aber in einander übergehen. Es gibt hier Textilsouks, Kupferschmiedesouks, Wollfärbersouks, den Souk Chouari (Holzschnitzer), eine Eisenschmiede mit ihren Werkstätten und Waren, der Souk Cherratine (Lederwaren) sowie einen Schmuck- und Teppichmarkt in der Nähe der Souk-el-Kebir-Gasse. Auf dem ehemaligen Sklavenmarkt am Rahba-Kedima-Platz werden heute Gewürze verkauft.

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