Riad Mamounia Annastassja RoomExcelente elección.. Repetiríamos seguro. La persona que nos recibió con un té y nos preparó el desayuno un encanto total.
MALAK GULIEZ 1A simple but good apartment. Much space. Good value for money. Nice livingroom, good bedrooms, good bathroom. There is a concierge. Near to big supermarket.
2Z MARRAKECHHelpful people, Reasonable location, good for town
MALAK GULIEZ 2Very good
STUDIO ADNANEInexpensive, close to the city center.
Nice Apart center & terrace & WifiVery nice appartment, comfortable, great swimming pool. Contact person very helpfull. We can recommand it.
Marrakech is a colourful bubble of busy life and rich heritage. Characterised by lively medinas framed with ramshackle stalls and the odd snake charmer, it’s like stepping back to a time when Berber tribes bartered for leather and gold, and great palaces rose up from the dusty floors of the city. Marrakech combines a heady mix of old and new, with the antique bazaars bursting with vibrant vigour and the new-age art galleries that are popping up around the city in an attempt to modernise the heavily imbued craft traditions. It’s a rich tapestry for the senses too, cocooned in aromatic tea and spices, tasty Moroccan cuisine, thick textures, the murmur of life, and fine examples of grand architecture. Our range of budget studios and boutique rentals span the old-world streets of the city, so whatever you’re looking for we have the perfect selection of apartments in Marrakech for you.[See more]
Marrakech isn’t just a bustling city centre, it also has a huge variety of adventurous activities in and around its perimeter. The vast desert landscape that sprawls out all around it makes for the perfect backdrop for a variety of fast-paced, adrenalin-pumping things to do. Throughout the dune-laden scenery, you can hop in a dune-buggy and traverse the hilly terrain, take a hot air balloon ride and view the dappled landscape from a different perspective, ride a camel across the desert and experience the slower pace of life, and step outside your comfort zone by dune boarding down the sand mountains.
If you want more adventure, try your hand at rafting through the many canyons dotted around the surrounding areas, rock climb at one of the gorges, hike through the Atlas Mountains or, better yet, zip-line from peak to peak and whizz down the mountain trails on a bike ride.
Browse our apartments in Marrakech to find the perfect place to stay. We have accommodation spanning all areas of the city, including numerous flats near the sights above.
The bustling centre of Marrakech is filled with lots of great attractions, but there are plenty of ways you can explore the local lifestyle, too, if you know where to go. Head behind the Koutoubia Mosque and watch the sunset from one of the numerous terraces, treat yourself to a traditional Hamman and soak up the atmosphere in the steam rooms, wander through the meandering souks, get lost down back streets and discover the plethora of quirky stalls, grab a table in a café, order a traditional tea, and watch the world go by.
When darkness falls, head out into the main square which comes alive under the stars. Performers dot every corner, and music plays out from every crevice.
Explore all of these local activities and more from one of our Marrakech apartments.
Marrakech’s airport is just 10km from the city centre and there are a couple of options for getting into town. First of all there is a special airport bus that takes passengers directly from the airport into the city centre and you can ask the driver to stop off at various major hotels and hotspots on the way. This is the cheapest way to travel and you’ll get to see the scenery and sights as you come in. Alternatively, if you have a lot of luggage or need to get into the city centre quickly, you can grab a taxi from the rank outside the airport terminals. The journey is quick and relatively cheap. Many visitors to Marrakech also arrive in the city from surrounding Moroccan towns via the overland train service which is usually reliable and efficient.