|Monday||9:30 AM – 7:30 PM|
|Tuesday||9:30 AM – 7:30 PM|
|Wednesday||9:30 AM – 7:30 PM|
|Thursday||9:30 AM – 7:30 PM|
|Friday||9:30 AM – 7:30 PM|
|Saturday||9:30 AM – 7:30 PM|
|Sunday||9:30 AM – 7:30 PM|
Marvelous garden with a authentic irrigation system. Take your time to slow down and sit in the shade of the lemon trees. It’s amazing how quiet this gardens is in contrast to the busy Medina. The history and construction of the garden took 2 years. All is explained with photos and videos. Worth a detour to visit.
Very nice gardens, good place to rest. Nice view also from free terrace, don't need to buy entrance on tower.
Bit off the beaten track in the Medina but definitely worth venturing into for some peace and quiet. Two beautifully maintained gardens, plenty of shade and seats and some really good bits of information on how the garden was renovated. The tower is worth the extra 30 dirham for some amazing views of the city.
Two garden and two simple places to eat. Nothing earth shattering here, yet a great place to escape the sights, smells and sounds of the surrounding Medina. The food is mediocre at best. Drinks were good. If you don’t expect too much, you may actually be pleased.
Best Jardin in Marrakesh. Best 50 dirhams you can spend! Bring a book and spend a few hours forgetting the madness of the city outside.
By far the best restaurant i've been in Marrakech in a week (I've been to 11 restaurants). Has a beautiful garden, lovely staff and delicious food. Ravioli was so good and filling even it was a starter, I almost ordered the second one.
Beautiful quiet place in the busy medina. It actually looks much nicer and densely green than in the photos I had seen. The cafe is quite pricey but service and food was nice and its setting is great on the roof terrace overlooking the calm garden
One of my favourite spots in Marrakesh. I loved this little garden so much, it was so beautiful and peaceful with only a few others visiting when we we're there. Great views over the city and the staff are so friendly and knowledgeable. I have recommended this place to a few friends who have traveled to Marrakesh and they have all loved it.
This is a lovely gem of tranquility away from the madness that is Marrakesh. At this time of year (early March) it's better than the Jardin Majourelle, which was rather disappointing with just bamboo and cacti, half the price, and no need to queue for an hour. Reclaimed from a derelict plot a couple of years ago, there are information boards and a video of how the water flows from the mountains and irrigates the mosques and then the garden. Fascinating for people who are interested in how stuff works. Drinks in the Islamic garden or more food on the first floor terrace. The newish pavilion in the middle of the Islamic garden (think large band stand, if you're British) is still being painted, in intricate Islamic style. BY HAND, while you watch.
Oasis of calm in the middle of the Medina. Consists of two gardens, the Exotic and Islamic garden. Opened in 2016 after a two year renovation, the site has an interesting history well described in both text and video form. For those interested, the water engineering of the garden is also well described, including historical features, content, and context. Great place to escape the motorbikes of the Medina, and relax after a day walking around in the souks.
Recently renovated. It’s two Riads each with their own garden connected together. A very relaxing and serene place in the somewhat chaotic Medina.
So peaceful! It's seriously a secret paradise, there's a cafe inside and you learn a lot about the restoration process as well as the importance of gardens in Moraccon culture. Go up the tower it's worth it, the view and if you get Adil he's wonderful and tells you a lot about the building elements.
Nice little garden right in the middle of the medina. Away from the hustle and bustle but right in the middle of it. Massive renovation and archaeology was needed to restore it to its former glory. Great video and gallery going through the renovation work. The water delivery system all calculated out to deliver water all around the garden without a pump is simply fantastic and the have video models showing how this is done. Nice views from the roof. This is privately owned so far and away the most expensive site to see. But it's still cheap compared to Europe.
Pretty and quiet garden with benches in the shade which is really nice. The salads they serve are quite tasty. The best part of this garden is the view from the tower. You have to buy an extra ticket to gain access to the tower, but that is more than worth it, they even tell a few stories about it.
Especially enjoyed the video on its renovation, what a project! Excellent job! Kind employees, collecting lavender flowers etc. And little kitten napping in between the succulents. Nice place to lounge around.