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We decided to visit here after reading some of the reviews here and we were pleased we did. It gives you an insight into how the buildings can look so nothing special on the outside to stunning on the inside. This places requires some imagination...More
Considering most tour groups won't bother to go here, that's a shame. This is considered ruins. However it is an old house badly in need of funds to restore it. The charm is that it hasn't been fancied up. The craftsmanship is amazing. The pool...More
Visited on a day in which this place was closed and was lucky enough to encounter the family that lives and curates this hidden palace of El Glaoui, one of the Pashas of Marrakech, also known as the Lord of the Atlas, who kindly gave...More
We stumbled across this and we're so glad we went in. It is a beautiful, decaying building with quite of different quirky rooms to see. For 50dh the lady gave us a tour and explained in English the main history. We also saw the paintings...More
This place is amazing. I was given a guided tour for 30 MAD. It is old and falling apart in many places. Clearly, nobody is looking after it. However, it is still amazing to some the rooms with their complex tile work. I'm so pleased...More
"If only I had the money..." you think to yourself as you wander around here."What it could be..." you think.
We passed this by for a few days before going inside,the family who live there showed us around.Its obvious they don't have the money to...More
the riad we stayed at was close to this little gem, otherwise we may not have found it, the old couple who live and curate this place have loads of animals running over the place, some of the areas may be about to fall in,...More