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Bahia Palace

5 Rue Riad Zitoun el Jdid, Marrakech 40000, Morocco
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“tile work” (70 reviews)
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5 Rue Riad Zitoun el Jdid, Marrakech 40000, Morocco
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Reviewed today via mobile

Disappointing, expected to see an opulent palace but instead it was rather neglected and sad, overrun with tourists despite it being early in the day.

Thank Michelle G
Reviewed yesterday

A gem and a must see. There is a small fee to get in, however it is completely worth it. Amazing architecture

Thank Omer S
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The palace has obviously seen better days, however the architecture and intricate details in terms of ornate plaster, tiles and wood is on display. The palace needs an overall facelift. You get the idea of how the royals lived with their wives and many mistresses.

Thank chambo243
Reviewed 2 days ago

Came across the palace by accident and it was beautiful, less than £1 to get in and the architecture was lovely, worth a visit, got some lovely photos

Thank 448shazzag
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We had planned on a relaxing day spent on the rooftop of our Riad, after a long day travelling in the Atlas Mountains, so we only visited as the weather was pretty cloudy with chances of rain. However we unexpectedly really enjoyed our visit. The...More

Thank Hrg30
Reviewed 3 days ago

Visit the Bahia Palace in Marrakech is transporting you to the ancient culture and traditions of Morocco

Thank Eulalia C
Reviewed 4 days ago

If you go to Marrakesh - you must see Bahia Palace also. It is very nice place with nice atmosphere.

Thank EgAdela
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

This palace is well worth visiting, for less than £1. It is cool to walk round and the ceiling/wall decorations are splendid.

Thank patriciaporter123
Reviewed 5 days ago

Interesting palace showcasing some of the best architectures and decorations in the Medina. Unfortunately the information panels are in Arab and French, making it harder for English speakers to fully appreciate the beauty of this place.

Thank Eric N
Reviewed 6 days ago

I wouldn't mind living here. the workmanship visible in the floors, walls, ceilings, doors, stained glass windows, is amazing. The ceilings are so high and the rooms large. The gardens are beautiful with the fountains and chirping birds.

Thank Howierw
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Would it be interesting for a five year old?
9 March 2017|
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Response from niallw67 | Reviewed this property |
Probably one of the nicest places for a 5 year old to be able to have space to roam. Not overly busy compared to majorelle gardens.
do the rooms have a WI-FI?
20 November 2015|
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Response from adrianelvn | Reviewed this property |
What is a juliette balcony please?? many thanks
13 January 2015|
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Response from RIHAM L | Reviewed this property |
A juliet balcony is a glazed door (or doors) in an upper floor exterior wall with a railing to stop you falling out. Named after Romeo and Juliet of 'Where for art thou? fame. The advantage is that the glazed door lets in... More
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