‘Puerta de los curtidores’, the most important east wall, ends at the tanners’ neighborhood where you can still see them working on leather using traditional techniques. Continuing on the same street, you get to Qoubba Almoravide, Medersa Ben Youssef, and the Marrakech Museum.
This charming room located on the first floor is one of the ancient quarters reserved for women. The latticework leading onto the reception patio allowed women to see without being seen and even do some shopping from above without the salesperson having to visit the harem. There a divan next to the windows. There is a shower in the bathroom and its walls are coated by traditional tadelakt.