This beautiful palace is set on 2 acres of courtyard with up to 20 rooms here. The fabulous craftsmanship was done by people from Fez.
Each room had it's own significance, for example four rooms was for Si Moussa Ba Ahmed, grand vizier of the sultan, 12 rooms for his 24 concubines, a school for his children, business and admin rooms, 2 different dining rooms and 2 rooms for himself, one winter and one summer room.
Located next to the mosque of the Kasbah, tucked away in a small garden you'll find the Saadian tombs which are one of the only remains of the Saadian dynasty that reigned over the golden age of Marrakech between 1524 to 1659. Each with intricate work and Carrera marble used as their tombs that has been renovated by the Beaux arts service.
Found this little gem while strolling through the souk on my official birthday and I'm glad we did!
We saw the outside and knew we had to try the food here. Surprisingly it was 3 floors in here, each floor with a different theme. You could sit beneath the perfect cold water being sprayed out (that's what you can see in the first photo) and enjoy the music and vibe of the restaurant.
It was so quiet and we were the only ones here but I'm guessing they're busier in the evenings. It was perfect for us because we got fast service.
We had the pastilla which is shredded chicken and almonds in pastry with syrup poured over and the leg of lamb slow cooked.
Just got back from an amazing looong weekend in Marrakech celebrating my 26 years of life with my family.
I had such an amazing time and love how diverse Marrakech truly is.
The hotel we stayed at was an oasis in the hustle and bustle of Marok and the service was above and beyond. Thank you to all the hotel staff for making my birthday a memorable one. (The room upgrade was so gracious).
I also want to say a big thank you to everyone that went out their way to wish me a happy birthday and to my friends and family that helped me celebrate❤. I appreciate you all.
#Throwback to our trip to #marrakech - don’t you just love the vibrant colours of the #souks 😍
Check out our latest vlog for a whistle-stop tour of things to do and amazing food we had, especially #tagines - link in bio ☝🏼
Peaceful Yoga moments for your health and well-being 🙏. Can everybody practice Yoga? Yes. With the right style and program, anyone can enjoy Yoga, and feel the benefits, both physically and mentally. Here on one of the mats, a lovely woman (78 years old), and her daughter, are practicing Yoga together. And after nearly 3 years, they keep coming back. That itself is beautiful 🙏. I’m making adjustment for the mother, and using Yoga Therapy too, so it suits her ability, and it works perfectly well. If you are scared to try Yoga, don’t be. Try different classes, different teachers, etc. You’ll find what suits you. Yoga isn’t about how flexible you are. It’s not about putting yourself upside down in headstands or handstands. That’s acrobatics, not Yoga. Choose what suits you, and make Yoga your Yoga with the style, teacher and environment that feels good to you 🙏 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏 #yogamood#privateyoga#whattodoinmarrakech#feelgood#moroccotravel#healthytravel#wellness#wellbeing#thingstodoinmarrakech
See you tonight for a blended class of vinyasa flow and restorative yin yoga.
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I haven’t gone to Menara Gardens in a long time but did this morning for a walk with the baby. It’s free so good for tourists. If you go check out the main view but wander the side paths through the trees for a more relaxing experience. Most tourists just walk the cement paths and see the pond (its kind of gross water in my opinion) but behind this building are some nice paths and shade! #marrakech#morocco#thingstodoinmarrakech#menara#bluesky