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Angsana Riads Collection

  • Marrakech Menara Airport (RAK)

    16 km | 15 min drive Considered one of the most beautiful airports in Africa, Marrakech Menara Airport is Morocco’s second busiest airport after Casablanca Mohammed V Airport. It receives several European flights, as well as flights from Casablanca and select Arab nations.
Points of interest
  • Jema el-Fna Square

    900 m | 4 min, walking distance Anyone travelling to Marrakech to experience the Orient will strike gold at the Jemaa el-Fna. The tales of the "Arabian Nights" seem to come alive among snake charmers, storytellers, acrobats, and performers. Jemaa el-Fna square is just a short distance from many of Marrakech's premier hotels.
  • Bahia Palace

    900 m | 4 min, walking distance Located close to our Riads collections, The Bahia Palace stands on the southern rim of the Medina, just a short distance from the Mellah. The Alawites built this spacious complex in the late 19th century. The palace counts among Marrakech’s most beautiful attractions.
  • Palm Grove

    12 km | 25 min drive Featuring over 100,000 palm trees, this thousand-year-old palmeraie is a source of wealth for Marrakech and has helped to shape its unique ecosystem.
  • Sidi Ghanem

    10 km | 20 min drive Sidi Ghanem is Marrakech's industrial quarter. It is filled with artisan workshops, designer showrooms, and stores selling their wares, as well as a variety of gourmet restaurants and charming cafés.
  • Agafay Desert

    40 km | 1h drive The rocky Agafay Desert south of Marrakech sprawls over several hundred acres with a landscape reminiscent of the Sahara dunes. Discover the Berber villages dotted around this austere environment and find an oasis in the middle of the desert, a haven of relief and tranquillity.
  • Maison Tiskiwin

    350 m | 3 min, walking distance Maison Tiskiwin is one of the oldest museums in Marrakech. The collection of North African cultural artefacts compiled by Dutchman Bert Flint is housed in a restored riad and takes you on a historical journey from Marrakech to Timbuktu. Each room showcases exhibits from different regions ranging from Morocco to the Sahel. They represent the art, culture, and crafts of North Africa. Among the exhibits are hand-knotted carpets, traditional clothing, jewellery, tools, elaborate plaitings and weapons, and a nomad tent set within the extensively restored riad.
  • Atlas Mountains

    65 km | 1h drive The Toubkal National Park is Marrakech's premier hiking destination. You’ll experience the Atlas Mountains first-hand against the breathtaking backdrop of snow-capped peaks, luscious valleys. and secluded Berber villages.
  • Dar Si Said Museum

    200 m | 2 min walking distance Only a few steps from the Riad, Dar Si Said is one of Marrakech's most popular folklore museums. The exhibition is housed in an old palace and combines artisan craftwork and Islamic architecture. This spacious townhouse once belonged to the younger brother of the grand vizier Ba Ahmed. It was turned into a museum during the French protectorate in 1932 and renovated after.
  • Majorelle Garden

    4 km | 11 min drive The Majorelle Garden is a two-and-a-half acre botanical garden and artist's landscape garden in Marrakech. A villa within the gardens houses the Berber Museum and the recently opened Yves Saint Laurent Museum.

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