Rigorously razed during the 17th century by Alaouite Sultan Moulay Ismail to use its luxurious materials for the edification ... More
El Badi Palace
Rigorously razed during the 17th century by Alaouite Sultan Moulay Ismail to use its luxurious materials for the edification of buildings in Meknes, the El Badi Palace, or rather its ruin, still tells of great splendor. It was the Saadian Sultan Ahmed El Mansour who ordered the palace built after the 1578 victory against the Portuguese in the Battle of the Three Kings. All that remains of the "incomparable" palace (as it was once called) are remains of the ceremonial buildings. These now serve as venues for the annual Festival National des Arts Populaires, the country's biggest folklore and music festival.
Amenities:Refrigerator. Television. Private Bath. Balcony/Terrace. Mini Bar. Radio/Alarm Clock. Air Conditioning (In Room). Telephone. Hotel Details:239 Rooms. Laundry/ Dry Cleaning
Service. Barber/Hair Stylist. Business Center. Gift Shop. Scuba Diving. Golf Course. Beach. Water Skiing. Pool (Outdoor). Tennis ...
Riad Massin is a magnificent 19th century Riad, it stands alongside the ramparts (historical wall surrounding Medina) of Marrakech.Located a
few minutes away from the famous Jamï¿½e lafnae square and the souks, our beautifull Riad stands just ten yards ...
Founded by patron Omar Ben Jelloun (the former President of the African Automobile Industry) in 1997, the Museum of Marrakech
is situated right at the heart of the medina within the former Mnebhi Palace. This beautiful restored palace was ...