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Located in Medina, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Dar el Bacha Palace, Jemaa el-Fnaa and Koutoubia Minaret. Ben Youssef Mosque and Dar Si Said ...
£152 per night for 2 guestsLa Maison Arabe Hotel, Spa and Cooking Workshops£152
Located in Medina, this spa riad is within 1 mile (2 km) of Moulay Al Yazid Mosque, Jemaa el-Fnaa and Agdal Gardens. Koutoubia Minaret and Dar Si Said Museum ...
£81 per night for 2 guestsHotel Spa- Les Borjs de la Kasbah£81
Located in Medina, this luxury riad is within a 10-minute walk of Dar Tiskiwin Museum and Dar Si Said Museum. Jemaa el-Fnaa and Ben Youssef Mosque are also within ...
£81 per night for 2 guestsRiad Andalla Spa£81
Located in Hivernage, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Theatre Royal, Harti Garden and Palais des Congres. Place du 16 November is 0.5 mi (0.9 km) ...
£55 per night for 2 guestsOpera Plaza Hotel Marrakech£55
Located in Gueliz, this spa hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Royal Tennis Harti and Palais des Congres. Koutoubia Minaret is 1.1 mi (1.8 km) away. Marrakech ...
£71 per night for 2 guests2Ciels Boutique Hotel & SPA£71
Located in Hivernage, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Bab El Djedid and Koutoubia Minaret. Jemaa el-Fnaa and Palais des Congres are also within ...
£82 per night for 2 guestsHivernage Hotel And Spa£82
With an eclectic mix of Spanish, French and Arabian influences, the majority of hotels in Marrakech are seriously unique. Marrakech hotels are so adept at welcoming guests that visitors will feel like a member of Arabian royalty. With exceptional 4-star hotels jostling for space among some relatively reasonably priced 5-star hotels, Morocco’s Red City is a fantastic destination whatever your budget.
With direct flights into Menara Airport from many European capitals, visiting Marrakech has never been easier. Do yourself a favour and take a post-flight break in one of the many high-quality airport hotels, which offer fantastic discounts all year round.
For those seeking an authentic Moroccan experience, head to Medina. This is the perfect spot from which to discover the hidden treasures of Marrakech. Base yourself in one of the area's superb luxury hotels before heading out to explore the city’s sights and sounds. Medina is simply overflowing with pretty riads and beautifully decorated dars. The traditional grand houses and palaces have been converted into some of the finest boutique hotels in Marrakech and are a great way to get a real feel for Moroccan life. Gain an insight into the history of the city with a visit to The Marrakech Museum, which houses a terrific collection of books, coins, art and pottery from Moroccan and Berber cultures.
Soak up the unique atmosphere in Djemaa el Fna, one of the largest and busiest squares in Africa. Pick your way through the singers and storytellers to sample an array of authentic Moroccan delights from the overflowing food stalls. Exotic belly dancers, inquisitive Barbary apes and slippery snake charmers are just some of the sights that greet you in this extraordinary melting pot.
Souvenir shopping is a treat as you are bombarded with an exquisite array of artisan jewellery, pottery, leather goods and a host of other traditional wares. Haggling is expected so don’t be shy! The square really comes alive at night, so why not quietly observe the madness with a glass of wine from one of the adjacent rooftop terraces?
If your head is starting to swim, retire to one of the up-market luxury hotels just off the main square to plan your evening meal. Pepe Nero is a hidden gem tucked away behind the chaos of Djemaa El Fna. Enjoy a complimentary glass of prosecco in the romantic courtyard before tucking into the local delicacy of Moroccan pigeon pie.
Looking to impress a loved one? Book into one of the city’s finest romantic hotels before taking an evening calèche (horse-drawn carriage) around the perimeter of Medina’s ancient walls. Of the 19 surviving gates in Medina, Bab Agnaou is particularly impressive. This 12th-century edifice is notable for being the gateway to the Royal Kasbah which houses the remains of the El Badi Palace as well as the intriguing Saadian tombs.
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