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El Badi Palace

| Ksibat Nhass, Marrakech, Morocco
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  • Excellent31%
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  • Average21%
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“mini bar” (84 reviews)
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| Ksibat Nhass, Marrakech, Morocco
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Decided to come here as a last minute call. So glad we did however the main square was being set up for a concert so it did detract from the scale of it all. This still didn't stop us from marveling at what this place...More

Thank Seona M
Reviewed 4 days ago

Nice attractions, we were pleasantly surprised. El Badi Palace is a ruined palace rich in history. It was built by Saadian Sultan Ahmad al-Mansur, and is an example of rich Arab architecture. During construction they used some of the most expensive materials of the time,...More

Thank Asiyah Noemi K
Reviewed 6 days ago

Historically important but honestly, if you visited Kasbah Telouit, Ait Ben Haddou, or Hassan II Mosque, or Saadien Tombs, this will not be all that and a bag of chips! I would skip it...

Thank Sophia L
Reviewed 6 days ago

Even though the ceramic tiles have been removed, the walls and gardens give a view into what the place might have been like before an invader took lots of the good stuff, hundreds of years ago

Thank Kimberly M
Reviewed 6 days ago

Few visitors but two gentlemen in stores said it was closed which is a scam . Extensive site ,small interesting museum

Thank Ahappytraveller101
Reviewed 1 week ago

Walk round in half an hour. Not worth looking at it. Boring. Not well kept. Guards siting in th courtyard playing on the phone. Don't waste your time here in my view .

Thank Mike S
Reviewed 1 week ago

It's an impressive and interesting site - especially the underground rooms. One can only imagine how this building must have been when it was in use, especially when the pools were full of water - how nice it would have been if they were refilled...More

Thank UmmMerlin
Reviewed 1 week ago

Beautiful internal decorations on the walls, serene courtyards and external spaces. Not too crowded.

Thank Emily S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Signage is limited, so you might do better with a guide or guidebook. Do pay the extra 10 Dh to see the minbar, which is pretty spectacular. The explanatory panels here are quite good. The view from the terrace near the entry is worth the...More

Thank pattelbert
Reviewed 1 week ago

It is only when you get in do you realize how big this place is. Now it is ruins but it still gives you and idea of the planning that though simple, made for a well laid out site. With water bodies and fountains in...More

Thank kashgo
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saj p
infant is free i hired private car for me and my family but it's not far from kutubia mosque. out side palace there lots shops and restaurant over there one minutes distence from there
20 November 2015|
Response from saj p | Reviewed this property |
if you go by taxy , do bargain i hired a privet taxi for all day. and it was quit cheap and easy for me.
What are the Hours?
27 October 2015|
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Response from saj p | Reviewed this property |
9.00 am to 5.00 pm during a day
Ciao vorrei sapere se l'ingresso al palazzo è a pagamento e quanto costa il biglietto. Ciao
16 February 2016|
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Response from DeGustibus67 | Reviewed this property |
Ciao, se ben ricordo si paga circa 1 euro e vale la pena. Tieni conto che sono più che altro rovine dove oggi vivono molte cicogne ed in una saletta si vede un filmato su come era una volta. Nonostante lavori in corso nel... More
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