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Riyad Al Moussika

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62, Derb Boutouil, Kennaria Marrakech 40000 Morocco
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93/100

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    94/100
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Hotel Riad Al Moussika Marrakech : A great hotel!!
Reviewed February 2010 by JCHjunior
We stayed at Hotel riad Al Moussika , ( http://www.riyad-al-moussika.com/ ) at the end of January, for a couple of friends wedding anniversary. The staff were very helpful and welcoming from the moment we arrived , the room was superb: clean, comfortable and large. The bathroom had a great marble bath. The riad is situated in an excellent spot in the medina of Marrakech for walking to a lot of tourist places. The cuisine is excellent and nicely ...
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Fantastic wedding anniversary in Marrakesh
Reviewed February 2010 by ThePlacesHunter
With a group of friends we had an amazing experience celebrating the wedding anniversary of two of them at this traditional hotel Riad that is a gemstone building in the medina of Marrakech. The staff very qualified spoke English fluently and were more than helpful all the time and welcoming. The very large breakfast and lunches were great, and we appreciated the daily menu changes. It was wonderful to come back each night to have a massage ...
93 out of 100 based on 449 based on $ratings reviews
Dar Si Said

Dar Si Said

Untergebracht in den Räumen eines alten Stadtpalastes aus dem 19. Jahrhundert zeigt das Dar Si Said Museum eine der umfangreichsten Sammlungen des marokkanischen Kunsthandwerks. Gezeigt werden Holzschnitzereien, Keramik, Messing- und Kupferarbeiten, Silberschmuck, Stickereien, Teppiche und Trachten aus Marrakech und den Berberdörfern der Region. Auch archäologische Exponate sind zu finden. Das Museum ist täglich außer dienstags von 8.30 bis 11.45 Uhr und von 14.30 bis 17.45 Uhr geöffnet. Der Eintritt beträgt 10,60 DH (etwa 1,- €).

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