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Whether you’re in need of some festive gift inspiration or just a secret shopaholic, why not swap the local department store for the bustling souks and boutiques of Marrakech?
Book a stay at Kasbah Tamadot and we’ll arrange for a personal guide and driver to take you to the shops and souks in Marrakech in search of that something special.
Set off from Kasbah Tamadot in the morning and shop until you drop! From the traditional boutiques to the modern stores, there’s plenty for everyone.
Half day MAD 2,900 (3 hours)
Full day MAD 4,500 (5 hours)
Pre-book ahead of your stay
33 Rue Majorelle: Marrakech’s most fashion-forward concept store is a stunning, light-filled emporium opposite the Jardin Majorelle. Here you’ll find the very best fashion, food, shoes, jewellery, and accessories from over 60 top Moroccan designers and producers.
Intensité Nomade: the brainchild of designer Frédérique Birkemeyer whose eyecatching East-meets-West couture and wild designs take their inspiration from Moroccan traditions and European trends.
Fadila El Gadi: The fashion designer Fadila El Gadi has opened a second boutique in the beautiful city of Marrakech, located in the district of Gueliz. The collection features Moroccan and Manoush traditional garments for both men and women. All visits are by appointment only.
Max & Jan: In the heart of the medina you will find this beautiful boutique. The mix of fashion is associated with other concepts you won’t find elsewhere in Marrakech and the shop has a great atmosphere.
Michèle Baconnier: Known for her interpretations of that quintessential Moroccan slipper, the babouche. Her store in the new town of Marrakech, Gueliz, also sells women’s and children’s clothing, jewellery, household accessories, such as gorgeous blankets and throws.
El Abidi Nasser Eddine: In the south end of rue Semmarine in the medina souk, this boutique is known for its eye-catching and antique jewellery.
Supporting the Berber communities
For a truly unique gift look no further than Eve Branson Foundation Shop. From knitted slippers and fluffy bathmats, to colourful woven rugs and carved wooden ornaments, every item is handmade by the local Berber community at the one of the three craft centres.
With at least 40% of the price going directly to the artisans, and the remaining amount going directly into sustaining the costs of the centre, the Eve Branson Foundation encourages the production and selling of these goods so that the young people are able to generate a small income for themselves and their families.
Visit the Berber boutique
See you at the Kasbah
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