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Djemaà el-Fna Square


JUST A SHORT FLIGHT FROM THE UK, MOROCCO IS A LAND FILLED WITH BUSTLING MARKETS, TEMPTING CUISINE AND BEAUTIFULLY ATMOSPHERIC CITIES, WHERE THE TOWERING SLOPES OF THE ATLAS MOUNTAINS PROVIDE A STUNNING BACKDROP TO A DESTINATION OF PURE MAGIC.


Rich in culture and cuisine, any visit to Morocco is a delight for the senses. Enjoy the bustling charms of Marrakech, or relax amongst the gentility of Essaouira, stay in a traditional riad, and enjoy the temptations of Moroccan cooking.


MARRAKECH Evoking the colour and romance of the ‘Arabian Nights’, Marrakech’s old Medina has been the meeting place for the desert and mountain tribes for centuries. Even today, its lively souks and alleys reflect the very spirit of this fascinating country, and no more so than the vibrancy of Djemaá el-Fna Square.


SPAS AND HAMMAMS From the ordinary to the opulent, Morocco’s hammams and spas continue a tradition that stretches back centuries. An integral part of Moroccan culture, these public baths provide an invigorating introduction to one of the country’s most fascinating rituals. A chance to exfoliate and enjoy a relaxing massage, it is an experience not to be missed.


RIADS AND KASBAHS One of Morocco’s most captivating attractions, a stay in an authentic riad or kasbah is a fantastic way to experience Moroccan tradition and hospitality at its best. Riads are wonderfully ornate town houses, built around an interior garden, whilst the kasbahs still retain the high walls and fortified feel of the mountain citadels of old.


SOFITEL MARRAKECH The luxurious Sofitel Marrakech Lounge and Spa lies in the heart of one of the city’s most elegant districts, just a short walk from the Djemaa el-Fna Square. Stylishly appointed rooms and suites, along with 2 pools, a spa and an excellent choice of fine dining, offer guests a haven of contemporary Andalusian flair.


VILLA DES ORANGERS, MARRAKECH A Relais & Chateaux hotel, the centrally located Villa des Orangers is just a short walk from the Djemaá el-Fna Square. Decorated throughout in Moorish palatial style, the 19 rooms and suites are arranged around 2 exquisite courtyards, with air-conditioning and full en suite facilities. Access to a roof terrace offers unrivalled views of the Koutoubia Mosque.


RIAD KNIZA, MARRAKECH Situated in one of the most colourful quarters of the medina, close to the Djemaa el-Fna Square, the beautifully restored Riad Kniza dates back to the 18th century. A gem of Moorish architecture, the property features 7 authentically furnished rooms that each come equipped with private bathrooms and a full range of modern comforts.


LA SULTANA, MARRAKECH An exceptional property, situated in the heart of Marrakech’s ‘golden triangle’, La Sultana is a 21 room property that offers the finest in convenience and sophistication. A member of the ‘Small Luxury Hotels of the World’, it offers its guests marble bathrooms, gourmet cuisine and a luxurious Sultan Spa in the historic centre of Marrakech.


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