We stayed here for five days. It was good but wouldnt recommend staying for longer. The hotel is very french orientated. All the staff speak french and all the entertainment is in french which can get a bit annoying after a while. There are two pools. One is the quiet one which seemed to be english people and the other one which has the music and the staff who think its funny to snatch magazines out of peoples hands when they are sunbathing and to slap their feet when they are asleep. The food is good at first but cant get very repetitive throughout the days. The breakfast is the same each morning and even though it says it is an american buffet it does not include sausages bacon or pancakes/waffles as the term 'american buffet' would imply. The rooms are perfect and always kept clean - nothing to complain about them. Couldnt of asked for a better room. The great benefit of the pool is the slides which provide alot of entertainment for a variety of ages. The evening entertainment is poor and again in french. You have to get to dinner by latest of 730 otherwise you wont be able to get a table outside. The free shuttle to the market is very good and worth going in the evening for the street entertainment. Dont take pictures though as they expect u to pay. We went for dinner one night and cost us 4euros each for a big pizza and drink so is worth going for a change of scenery for dinner. Good deals to be got at the market. They all start at £75 and before you know it you end up paying £5 for the item. Euros are excepted everywhere so no need to change to the local currency. There not pushy at the market. If you say no they leave you alone and arent rude about it all. Problem on our last morning as were getting picked up at 7am we asked for a wake up call at 6am - this never came. So good job we had set an alarm anyway. The cups at the hotel are tiny so recommend taking plastic picnic type cups and they dont mind u using them. They have branded drinks like coke orange and lemon fanta which is nice. Overall it was a good holiday but the french orientation of the hotel did get annoying after a while. Felt like we were in france rather than morrocco sometimes. But its not s hotel i would recommend for a long holiday. But is good for a quick trip over there.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This resort offers a free shuttle service every 2 hours to the center of Marrakech, 10 minutes drive. It also has a pool and an Oriental spa and spacious rooms with balconies. Atlas Targa & Resort has a private tennis court and several bars and restaurants, including a snack bar by the pool. The rooms at the Atlas Targa & Resort are air conditioned and feature modern décor. They enjoy a view of the Atlas Mountains. Each is equipped with a flat-screen satellite TV and free Wi-Fi is available in public areas of the hotel. On site you will find a shop, a nightclub, and a free mini-club for children. Guests can also relax by the fireplace in the elegant lounge or on the terrace. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Atlas Targa Hotel Marrakech
- Atlas Targa And Resort