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Aug 11, 2011
Ever wonder what the kingdom of a sultan looks like? The medina of Marrakech is a well-preserved section of ancient Islam in Northern Africa. Visitors flock to see the sights, which include a massive shopping bazaar, old-world snake charmers, and ancient burial places. Oh, and the food isn’t bad, either.
Aug 11, 2011
Marrakech nightlife offers a chance to dance the night away under a star-filled night sky, an evening of hookah puffing, surreal city exploration, superb local dining, and swanky Moroccan pubs filled with overstuffed sofas to relax on.
Hotels in Marrakech
When you stay at the hotels in Marrakech, it's easy to feel as if you've transported yourself back in time or been mistaken for royalty. Both deliciously modern in accommodations and enchantingly imperial in atmosphere, Marrakech hotels are memorable for all of the right reasons.
Hotels such as the La Maison Arabe have all the right ingredients of professional and attentive service, elegant rooms, and the enviable advantage of being located in one of the most popular cities in Morocco. If you want to find hotels in Marrakech that offer old world charms, try the Riad Assakina, located in the historic Mellah ancient Jewish quarter.
Whether you want a charming boutique hotel, or the deluxe amenities of a luxury hotel, you can expect all the intoxicating charms of Marrakech to be at your feet.