We stayed here for ten nights from the 29th July - 8th August. We were a group of four. Our two daughters had a room to themselves within the same ryad. The complex is made up of several ryads. Our ryad was Rose. Both rooms were spacious enough for what we needed. However the twin bedroom had twin sinks in the bathroom (this delighted our girls). There was a mini fridge in each room and sofa's with some outside space.
All staff spoke french as their main language and tried there best to communicate to us. There was enteraintment for young children but led in french. Activities were led daily around the pool and this was easy to follow regardless of the language.
Notes for your trip:
When you arrive in the airport you are expected to have filled out an immigration form readily available in the airport - but make sure you have a pen. Pens are not available. - Take extra to fill out in the hotel for your departure as you need to fill out forms and hand back when you leave.
Only change up money that you consider enough to manage on. Lots of shops etc will take euros. When you leave and are in the departure lounges, they do not accept the currency in duty free to purchase things. Although the cafe's will.
If you want to make full use of your air con and fridge during your visit you can out any plastic card in the unit not just the key card.
You are only given one key card when you arrive if you want another one ask and they will give you an additional card.
If on grouund floor check that your patio door is not left unlocked. I would suggest that you use a safety deposit box. (just to be on the safe side)
When visiting the town, by shuttle bus from the hotel consider using a guide that meets you at the stop as they know what to do and will take you where ever you request. We did two visits one in the day when it was very hot and then one in the evening when it was much cooler.
If you want some cheap holiday gift etc, then just on the side where the tabac shop/ kfc is there is a kind of high street of shops. Lots of eating places and some of the shops have the price already there so no problems with how much things cost.
All inclusive drinks can be limited and the ice cream is not included. Although th ice creams are fairly priced. All inclusive only lasts till 11 and from 11 - 12 it is a paid bar.
There is a camera man on site that will take group photo's etc. They seemed reasonibly priced.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Blue Sea Hotel "Marrakech Ryads Parc & Spa" is a 4 star hotel situated in the Palms of Marrakech, a quiet area, near the center of Marrakech, which allows you to combine both excursions and relaxation. This hotel has the perfect location for your stay in Marrakech. The hotel has 260 rooms, distributed in 13 ryads. Each room has a private bathroom with a bath; satellite TV, air conditioning and a mini bar. All the rooms have a terrace or balcony with views of the swimming pool, gardens or the Atlas Range Mountains. The Blue Sea "Marrakech Ryads Parc & Spa" features an outdoor swimming pool measuring 1200m2, a gymnasium and a health and beauty spa. It also has various sports courts, such as Tennis, Basketball and Football. The hotel offers a varied entertainment programme during the day with sports and leisure activities and organizes shows every evening. The hotel also offers a bus service for their clients that wish to travel to the center of Marrakech. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Marrakech Ryads Parc Hotel Marrakech