Efficient and very helpful staff. The rooms overlooking the avenue are somehow very noisy.
The front desk staff had been spectacular! Caring for the guests well-beings and best interests. A driver vendor for the hotel extremely unscrupulous with plenty under the table deals against hotel policies luring guests into trips to his advantage with astronomical markups, even by tourists standards. ...
The street is very dark at night. 2hookers bars on the same street.... Wouldn’t recommend it for families
Good staff, Rooms are clean but delipidated, i.e. cracked floor tiles, shower covered in scale. It must have been nice when it opened, but no work at all has been done on it since then. Food is subpar and not Moroccan, except on Fridays when we had good local inspired dishes. Otherwise, only the ...
Very clean, nice sized room. Really really comfy bed. Nice pool. Opposite a large supermarket and next door to a pizza hut. About a fiver in a taxi to jemma el fna.
Considerate and helpful staff , no vegetarian food option for evening meal or change when paying
Bedroom on the 5th florr was huge more like a suite. Two bathtooms seperate showet and tub a sitting area and 2 TVs. Walk-in wardribe. Nice hotel bar. Brwakfast was the ususl buffet style with a wide choice available. Pool looked good 4ft 6inches deep
The room was scrupulously clean but a bit shabby. The pool terrace was lovely but the water was freezing. The food wasn’t great. It’s a convenient location if you don’t want to be in the medina. It’s very cheap and as such very good value for money. It’s quiet and a short walk to the supermarket ...
Very friendly staff. Excellent lication.
Gueliz is known for being walkable and economical with many neighborhood options for restaurants, bars, and coffee shops. Take in the natural beauty of the gardens and parks—or broaden your horizons with some local opera. A stay at one of Gueliz's hotels makes it easy to venture out into the greater Marrakech area.
The monuments and historic sites offer insight into the area's history, while the opera houses add a sense of refinement. Attractions like Museum of Islamic Art, Theatre Royal, and Shrob ou Shouf Fountain can be part of your cultural tour. Monuments like Bab El Djedid, Mouassine Mosque, and Ben Youssef Mosque are well regarded. Learn about the local history at Dar el Bacha Palace, Ben Youssef Madrasa, and Bahia Palace. Hours of family fun are waiting at Royal Club Equestrian Center, Oasiria Water Park, and La Plage Rouge.
Popular activities in the area include shopping and swimming. You'll find the great outdoors at parks like Harti Garden, Cyber Parc, and Majorelle Garden. Looking for a little retail therapy? Consider a shopping trip to Marjane Hypermarket, Souk Zrabi, and Souk Smarine. Royal Tennis Harti, Souk Laghzel, or Souk El Bahja will provide yet another welcomed diversion.
A few of the area's most popular attractions are Jamaa el Fna, Menara Gardens, and Almoravid Koubba. You can also check out Place du 16 November, Maison de la Photographie, and Koutoubia Minaret.
To venture out of town, take a train from Marrakech Central Station.
At 3.8 miles (6 km), Marrakech (RAK-Menara) is the closest major airport to Gueliz.
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