An evening show, vary armature but interesting to see the local folklore. Horses, Belly Dancing and more..
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The scenery is very pretty and the moment you walk in you get a feeling that you're in a different world. The employees are really enteraining. The actual show however was not that special and exciting just some horses going back and forth and a...More
So the evening is a banquet followed by a show of traditional arab / berber horse-riding skills, music & dance. You are welcomed into an entranceway looking like a mix of wallpaper-thin Disney "magic" coupled with Donald-Trump like devotion to Mr Ali, whose picture adorns...More
We went here as a group of 5 girls during a long weekend. So upset that we wasted our last night at this place. The food was inedible - seriously we were starving. The entertainers who dance and sing round the tables during dinner could...More
We went to this as part of our tour group (and so did everybody else apparently as there were MANY tour buses there). The setting and decor looks nice and there were lots of performers there. We had a prefixed dinner which was surprisingly decent....More
I rarely write reviews however this experience was without a doubt one of the most disappointing evenings in Morocco (as part of a 14 day trip). I an writing this review to save anyone a wasted evening in what is without a doubt a magical...More
A horse show combined with dinner The entrance to the compound is accompanied by musicians and dancers who greet the guests. Later they will pass during the meal and expect to receive a tip (about 3 times). Dinner is served first. Except for the soup...More
I didn't think that there would be that many bad reviews for chez Ali! It was pretty awesome in my opinion and a definite highlight during my trip. You drive over to the location about 25 mins from central Marrakesh, get into the place and...More