The Bahia Palace, located in the medina of Marrakech is an elaborate architectural structure that was built in the 19th century. Showcasing the opulent lives of the wealthy during that period, the Bahia Palace is a stunning example of Arab and Islamic architecture. The beautiful painted ceilings, colorful tiles, ornate wrought iron features and stained glass lamps are some of the stunningly beautiful features within this magnificent palace complex. Visitors to the must-see landmark will also find its surrounding gardens spanning over 8 hectares quite impressive. Hiring a guide to tour the Bahia Palace is highly recommended as visitors will then have the opportunity to learn more about this fascinating attraction.
Monday-Thursday and Saturday-Sunday: 8.30am-11.45am and 2.3pm0-5.45pm Friday: 8.30am-11.30am and 3pm-5.45pm
Around 2 hours or more
Adults, senior visitors, young adults, families, children
The impressive architecture, the elaborate interiors, the beautiful gardens, the marble paved courtyard
While tourists may not find prayer facilities within the palace complex they will be able to locate prayer facilities nearby. The Koutoubia Mosque located inside the medina features a prayer hall that can accommodate over 25000 worshippers. Muslim tourists could use the facilities provided at this mosque when needed.
Bahia Palace does not have any food outlets within its vast premises. Muslim tourists requiring Halal cuisine however will find numerous food stalls and restaurants in the city of Marrakech. With numerous food stall within the souks and the main square next to the Koutoubia Mosque, visitors will have plenty of dining options nearby.