La Bahia Palace, Marrakesh
About La Bahia Palace, Marrakesh
La Bahia Palace, Marrakesh - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 5 Rue Riad Zitoun el Jdid, Marrakesh 40000, Morocco.
Ticket Price: 10 MAD
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 08:30 am - 05:45 pm Details
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Historical Site, Palace, Family And Kids, Architecture
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The La Bahia palace is true to its name ;’The Beautiful’ . Beguiling and handsomely adorned, the architecture of the palace slightly subdues the historical legends attached to it.
Built over 8 hectares and housing a whopping 150 rooms, the La Bahia palace is a gem that has been the envy of many of its guests.
Look around and you will find amazing craftsmanship surround you, the milky marbles, the elaborate woodwork and the cedar carved ceilings.
Immerse yourself in the elaborately designed architecture of La Bahia Palace with intricately carved ceilings in use of the La Bahia Palace tickets that can be booked under the tours & the tickets section. Look for the La Bahia Palace ticket prices which are vividly explained and buy tickets for La Bahia Palace at a striking offer. Tickets for La Bahia Palace helps you discover Marrakesh completely and makes your time in the city worthy.
La Bahia Palace Opening and Closing Hours
- Do check if the place is open before you visit as sometimes it is kept shut for the royal family.
How To reach La Bahia Palace by Public Transport
- There is a bus stop (no.1) within a distance of one km from the Palace.
Restaurants Near La Bahia Palace
- Marocain Al Baraka
- Dar Sohane
- Pepe Nero
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La Bahia Palace, Marrakesh Reviews - Write a Review
Beautiful old palace ruins with a garden and bits of beautiful tiles. You can also see an “underground” prison where they put their slaves back in the days. Some information is in English but most are in French and Arabic. It can be busy! The entrance is DH10 and an additional DH10 if you want to see a beautiful imam chair.
It is a nice palace, with some pretty gardens in it. A bit cooler than the hot streets, and not too crowded in October. It would be more interesting with furniture, but for 10dh I like it anyway.
The better of the palaces. Much more interesting. From the colourful tiles to the architecture to the gardens. Lots of history to be found but helpful to have a guide.
Beautiful old palace of a former Prime Minister. Lots of amazing tiles and ceilings. I would recommend taking a guide so you can understand it all.
Beautiful palace. Even after so many years, still retains its beauty. Very stately home. Beautiful gardens, intricate decorations. Well planned accommodations.
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