Marrakech has so many contrasts!
The modern city has wide palm lined boulevards, whilst within the old city walls a world of history comes alive.
Traditional craftsmen working gold, silver, brass and copper are here to see in the souk. There is an excellent range of restaurants to choose from too. The Koutoubia Mosque dates from the 12th Century and the El Badi Palace from the late 16th Century.
From Marrakech, excursions include the Atlas Mountains whose snow capped peaks often define the horizon. Don’t miss the Djemaa El Fna, the hub of Marrakech full of music, acrobats, storytellers and snake charmers. Golfers would enjoy the special arrangements offered by several of our hotels.
Riads, originally large homes, represent very high levels of service, cuisine and accommodation, but, almost more importantly, they are also stylistically and architecturally very Moroccan. Superbly crafted plasterwork, polished plaster walls, beautifully tiled courtyards, antiques and calm peaceful environments are just some of the striking features that go to make up a Riad experience. Riads also tend to have few guest rooms, so service is very personal.
A long and fascinating history
Between the city centre and the old medina
A former Moroccan palace
Outside Marrakech on the southern road to Ouarzazate
The gateway to the Sahara
Within the medina and the city walls
Moroccan splendour impresses at every turn
By the Badi Palace
A delightful small Riad
La Maison Arabe
On the edge of the medina
Hidden away in the heart of Marrakech
Villa Des Orangers
In the centre of Marrakech
A beautiful and very sophisticated Riad
Close to the village of Asni
This delightful hotel is spectacular
La Sultana Marrakech
Inside the Kasbah
Well located luxury
Es Saadi Palace
In the Hivernage
Surrounded by a magnificent park
Near the Marrakech Medina
A luxurious riad