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Sahara Palace Marrakech
5.0 of 5 Hotel   |   Bp 12440 | P.O Box 12440 Annakhil, Palmeraie, Marrakech 40016, Morocco   |  
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“Stunning Hotel”
4 of 5 stars Reviewed November 18, 2013

We stayed at the Taj Palace for 3 nights last week after originally visiting earlier in the year where we had been disappointed by several aspects, but have to say things had definitely improved on the second visit. The hotel itself is stunning. From the minute you approach the long, sweeping drive you cannot be anything but impressed. Once inside the opulence of the beautiful furniture, furnishings and decorations are superb and the elegance continues throughout the whole of the Palace and the Spa with fresh flower displays, candles and bowls of petals throughout and at each turn another beautiful piece can be found to charm the eye and please the soul. The grounds are immaculately kept and the ponds with their beautiful water lilies relax away any built up stress from everyday life. The pool (made famous in the Film Sex and The City 2) is also unique and striking. The rooms themselves are spacious and elegantly decorated and you certainly do feel like you are staying in a Palace. This is, without a doubt, an exquisite, luxurious and relaxing place to stay, especially if you are looking to unwind in peace, tranquility and virtual solitude. The staff are all accommodating, welcoming, polite and friendly (although some of the restaurant staff and Spa staff do not speak very good English). The Management are customer focused and the staff certainly mean well and do their utmost to provide a good service. The Japanese food and the Indian food are delicious and the breakfast provides more than enough choice. Breakfast can be taken on the lawns overlooking the pool and is undoubtedly a wonderful way to start any day. The Jiva Spa is well worth a visit (we had a Hammam, which was certainly an experience). There are a few minor points about the hotel itself which do deter from its assertions of being 5*, but these can be overlooked in the grand scheme of things. Having said that there are some things that still need some improvement. The hotel itself is still very quiet, which is perfect if you want solitude, in particular during the day if you are just looking to spend some quiet, tranquil, alone time by the pool, but it does mean that should you wish to socialise with other holiday makers in the evening then this hotel does not really provide that opportunity. There was a German film crew working and staying there whilst we were there which did mean that there were more occupants then there would usually be, but on each evening there were only a couple of other guests in the Bombay Bar and we only met one other English couple on the last night to have a chat with. The hotel Management have obviously realised that there was no atmosphere previously in the restaurants due to lack of clientele so they have cleverly chosen to shut the Rumi restaurant totally and not use the main Mantra restaurant and instead use the verandahs for dinner (the Mantra verandah for Japanese and Indian and the Bombay verandah for Moroccan) so that you do not now feel as if you are dining alone (although their website still extols the virtues of the main restaurants which were not actually being used). In addition, on the first night we were there they were hosting an event so only the Mantra verandah was open. On the second night only the Bombay verandah was open but on the third both were open. This was not particularly inconvenient and, as previously stated, the Japanese and Indian food were delicious. We also had the Moroccan food which was good (although they did make an error in our order, but they were extremely apologetic, replaced the dish with something else and then did provide the dish for us to have, without charge, later in the meal). However for an international hotel, the menu is very limiting if you do not like Japanese, Indian and Moroccan (as that is all that is on offer) in addition to which if you were to stay more than three nights you would have to repeat one of these cuisines. The management are aware of this and there are plans to introduce other alternatives (such as Thai and Chinese) But be aware that although they state on their website that these are available, they are, as yet, not. The management also explained that eventually when the hotel is at full capacity they will open the restaurants fully. There are also other aspects of the hotel which, although they are advertised on the hotel’s website, are still not open like the “Sunset Bar” the “La Patisserie” and the “Villa Fandango” nightclub (described on their website as one of Marrakech’s most exclusive nightlife destinations; a place to see and be seen). However, as long as you are aware before you travel what amenities and facilities are available at the moment then you will not be disappointed. I feel this hotel is still trying to find its feet and is not totally up to speed in some areas, but once everything is open and guest levels increase I believe it will be perfect. I cannot fault the actual hotel and staff and we did have a fantastic stay.

  • Stayed November 2013, traveled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 4 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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TajPalaceMarrakech, Guest Relations Manager at Sahara Palace Marrakech, responded to this review, November 20, 2013
Dear Sellest,

Firstly, thank you for giving us a second chance and for taking the time to share your impressions of your second visit to Taj Palace Marrakech.

Thank you for recognizing the improvements we have made to our product and services. As you are already aware, our grand opening was in March of this year, so that fact that you have noticed how much we have grown in this time means the world to us. We appreciate that we still have room for further development, and your constructive feedback is highly beneficial in assisting us to do so.

Please do not hesitate to contact me at angela.mcguire@tajhotels.com should you wish to discuss your stay in further detail.

It would be our pleasure to welcome you back to Taj Palace Marrakech again.

Kind regards,

Angela McGuire
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed November 18, 2013

I've just come back from 4days hols to Marrakech (first time). Every thing went verry well. We picked from the A'port & were really impressed with entry to the hotel. Were welcomed by iced tea in the hotel's magnificent beautiful lounge. I usually don't drink tea but this one I cipped it away. Escorted to our room and WOW........beautifully decorated large room, walkin dressing room with big bathroom one side & seperate shower room the other side. All praise for the room. Coffee machine & a kettle for tea, but watchout guests no milk provided. I had to call someone to help with the coffee mach, asked abt the milk. He said will bring it but unfortunately never arrived. I drink black coffee but my husband had to drink black tea. Iwe did'nt bother with milk for our rest of the stay. Indian restaurant at the hotel, food wz really tastey but not much choice. Swimming pool wz large but not open as cleaning in process. Managed to get time to pay a visit to the spa & it wz lovely. All in all ENJOYED THE STAY AT THE TAJ PALACE MARRAKECH. only down side wz, away from the city, needs a bit of polish with the service. I know they can't do anything with the location but definitely service needs improving. They have to do something to attract the guests as the hotel wz nearly empty.

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  • Stayed November 2013, traveled as a couple
    • 3 of 5 stars Value
    • 2 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 4 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 2 of 5 stars Service
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TajPalaceMarrakech, Guest Relations Manager at Sahara Palace Marrakech, responded to this review, November 20, 2013
Dear Guest,

Thank you for sharing your comments about your recent visit to Morocco.

We are delighted and honored you stayed at Taj Palace Marrakech and that we were able to provide you with a memorable stay. I appreciate that you took the time to comment on some areas in which you feel we could improve, and will address these points with the departments concerned. I am happy you enjoyed the rooms as well as the entry, Indian food and Spa, and will share your kind feedback with our team.

Thank you again and I look forward to welcoming you when you are back to Marrakech.

Kind regards,

Angela McGuire
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed November 15, 2013

We booked our parents a trip to Marrakesh via the travelzoo fleetway offer. We wanted the trip to be as stress free as possible but it didn't get off to the best start: Despite booking transfers from the airport to the hotel via fleetway, no one showed up. Eventually my parents made the decision that it was best for them to get a cab so they could start their holiday....

The initial reception from the hotel did not disappoint. Beautiful settings and airy rooms. Stunning decor and everything you see online. Hotel staff were friendly, especially a young man called dilpreet!

Food and drink is expensive. Be warned about that. The quality is however excellent. The pool is surprisingly deep be warned!

Overall, did not disappoint and would recommend this to anyone looking for a break in a truly stunning hotel.

  • Stayed November 2013, traveled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 5 of 5 stars Location
    • 4 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 4 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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TajPalaceMarrakech, Guest Relations Manager at Sahara Palace Marrakech, responded to this review, November 16, 2013
Dear Jessie G,

Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback about your parent's recent stay with us at Taj Palace Marrakech.

We are delighted that they enjoyed their visit to Morocco and found the rooms, decor and restaurants to their liking.

Thank you also for your lovely comments about Dilpreet; he will be most happy to hear how much your parents appreciated his services.

Kind regards,

Angela McGuire
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed November 13, 2013

We've just returned back from a 3 night stay at The Taj Palace, Marrakech.
Unfortunately, our transfer from the airport to the hotel, as arranged by the travel agent we booked through, did not arrive and we had to take a taxi. When we arrived at the hotel (an hour and a half later than expected) we were welcomed very graciously even though we turned up in what can only be described as a "beirut" taxi. Not the ideal start but in an obscure sort of way added to the experience and was rather interesting. Needless to say, we explained immediately what had happened and the hotel could not have been more apologetic that the beginning of our stay in Marrakech had started that way and they would get in touch with the travel agency themselves to report the problem.

We were then duly shown our room which I can describe as large, ornate and above all fabulous. What you see on the website photos is exactly what you get.
All the staff at the hotel were more than happy to help and please. Reception? Spot on. Housekeeping? Spot on. Concierge? Spot on. Restaurant waiters/waitresses? Spot on.

We ate at the hotel for all three nights and were not disappointed at any time. I was a little apprehensive that previous reviewers had reported a lack of atmosphere in the restaurants. On our visit that certainly wasn't the case. It wasn't crowded but neither was it dead. It is rather expensive but there is always the option of dining out cheaper and getting a taxi back.

On checking out, the reception had previously made sure our transfer was scheduled to arrive as arranged and indeed it did.
All in all, a wonderful hotel whose staff could not help you more.

  • Stayed November 2013, traveled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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TajPalaceMarrakech, Guest Relations Manager at Sahara Palace Marrakech, responded to this review, November 14, 2013
Dear Young Blue,

Thank you for sharing your lovely feedback about your stay with us at Taj Palace Marrakech.

We are so glad to hear that you enjoyed the room, property, restaurants and services, and I will be sure to pass along your comments to our respective teams.Your anecdote about your arrival at the start of your review made me smile, and I am pleased to hear that it added to your experience in Morocco.

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you plan to return to Morocco and the Taj... we will be sure to have a car ready and waiting for you at the airport!

Kind regards,

Angela McGuire
Guest Relations Manager
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed November 13, 2013

We stayed at a few hotels during our stay in Marrakech and decided to stay at the Taj our last night to just relax and enjoy the view. I'm glad we did because the views were breathtaking! The rooms were spectacular! They were very spacious and just cozy! The restaurants were delicious and very accommodating! Last the staff was pleasant and extremely helpful!

I would definitely recommend this place.

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TajPalaceMarrakech, Guest Relations Manager at Sahara Palace Marrakech, responded to this review, November 14, 2013
Dear NYCtravel77,

On behalf of the entire team at Taj Palace Marrakech, I would like to thank you for sharing your impressions of your recent visit with us.

I have to agree... the views are quite spectacular, and the photo you posted overooking the pool and riads with the cloudy Marrakech sky is just amazing! I am pleased that you found the room spacious and to your liking.

We hope to welcome you back again soon.

Kind regards,

Angela McGuire
Guest Relations Manager
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed November 11, 2013

If you want lots of style and a large amount of 'wow', plus clean air, peace and quiet within a reasonable distance of the seeming madness of El Fna square and the souk, then the Taj Palace may well be the place for you.  You should also find helpful, attentive staff and managers anxious to make your stay a good one.

Firstly, the location is well out of the city.  The free shuttle bus (4 return trips per day) takes, in reality, a good 25 minutes to get in to the centre where you are dropped/collected at the corner of El Fna square close to the main souk.  This means you have to plan your visits into the city and if you want to stay on beyond the las shuttle back at 18:00 you will need a taxi.  When we stayed later, to eat in the new town, the hotel arranged our taxi back for 200MAD (£15 approx).  It may be cheaper to bargain with one of the many 'big' taxis in town but the one provided by the hotel was an  immaculate, shiny, quick Mercedes.  We wanted to balance seeing a bit of Marrakech, the buzz etc, and a little of the countryside with some chill out, sun-soaking in a quiet, clean-air environment.    For our requirements the Taj Palace was a very good choice.

The whole look of the Taj Palace is stunning.  It certainly has a big 'wow factor'.  Purists might pick over the combination of Moroccan and Indian styles, the boldness of the colour schemes and furnishings in what is after all a contemporary interpretation of a palace (unlike Rambagh or Lake Palace).  Interestingly the design is the work of the Morocco based American artist Stuart Church. However, we were more than happy just to go 'wow' and soak in the views, interior and exterior, in-room and in the public areas.  

We had booked a Palace Atlas View room and would recommend such a room as they look straight over the pool to the mountains and enjoy the sun all day. The suite in which we spent most of the week was excellent; large with excellent views from the extensive verandah; a lounge with relatively restrained decor opening through huge ornate doors on to an opulent bedroom before the  shower room, toilet and bathroom.  On entering the suite there is an additional toilet and a small room with mini-bar, separate fridge, Nespresso machine and kettle.  If charges for replenishing are a (justified) concern then we can see no reason why a personal supply could not be used.  

We enjoyed the food in both the Moroccan and Indian restaurants, but wonder why they don't add an Italian menu to help provide variety when guests are eating in over several nights.  We preferred the Indian food very good indeed and given chefs from Bombay and Kolkata and the Taj link this comes as no surprise.  The main grumble would be cost.  As with luxury hotels the world over the low costs of land, building and - particularly - labour in the developing world play little part when it comes to the cost of food and drink.  Three courses with a bottle of Moroccan wine and a bottle of local mineral water costs a bit over £100.  Personally, I don't mind the food charges in such restaurants as much as those for bottled water.

Service was very good. There was a problem with our room which we reported and the hotel tried, unsuccessfully, to fix. We complained again as we were still unhappy after two nights.  The duty manager, Mr Singh, then intervened apologised for the problem which was proving intractable and upgraded us to a suite.  The second problem was in the restaurant where the special meal request by my wife was not translated into action.  Again, this was resolved and the restaurant manager subsequently recompensed us.  We found the staff attentive, unfailingly polite and eager to please.   On occasions there were slight misunderstandings due in part to the nuances of the English language and staff more familiar with Arabic, Berber, French and German (it is worth remembering that there are many many more French tourists, and German, than British). We also received a number of kind gifts during our stay, notably a delicious chocolate cake and some exciting towel and rose petal arrangements.

The hotel was very quiet during our stay with few other guests in evidence.  There was, therefore, never a problem accessing a sun lounger or obtaining help with parasols. It did mean, however,that there was a lack of atmosphere in the restaurants and public areas.  We do not swim so cannot comment on the pool as such but we did witness early - morning cleaning and other guests swimming happily.

Other points which met with our approval were: the very comfortable Mercedes transfers to and from Marrakech airport arranged by the hotel as part of our package; the facility to use the secure wired system in the concierge area to check-in online and print boarding passes; an airy and attractive spa/steam-room and fitness suite and, refreshingly, free wifi throughout!

On balance, the many strengths of the Taj Palace outweighs the areas where Taj still need to improve to bring their Marrakech closer to the standard of the likes of the Rambagh Palace, Udaipur and the Lake Palace in Jaipur where we have stayed.  If the Taj Palace Marrakech doesn't quite match those standards that is in part because we found them truly exceptional hotels.

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  • Stayed November 2013, traveled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 4 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 5 of 5 stars Service
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TajPalaceMarrakech, Guest Relations Manager at Sahara Palace Marrakech, responded to this review, November 14, 2013
Dear Guest,

Thank you very much for sharing your detailed feedback via Trip Advisor

As a loyal Taj guest, we are honored you stayed at Taj Palace Marrakech and that we were able to provide you with a memorable stay. We will share your kind comments and suggestions for improvements with our team. Should you wish to discuss your stay in further detail, please do not hesitate to contact me at angela.mcguire@tajhotels.com

Thank you once again and we look forward to welcoming you for another beautiful experience at Taj Palace Marrakech.

Kind regards,

Angela McGuire
Guest Relations Manager
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed November 7, 2013

We went on honeymoon to the Taj Palace in June. The flight was delayed so unfortunately we arrived really late and were escorted straight to the room late so probably didn't get the complete welcome that everyone talks about.

When we arrived at the room and all I can say is WOW - the entrance, it really is the best room we've been in, big time. The size of the bedroom, the dressing room and the huge bathroom just fabulous. The high ceilings and the colours - just fantastic. The size of the bed also - it feels like you could just get lost in it...

The hotel was very quiet which was the only problem, which was such a pity as it was fabulous place, but they did say it was out of season. Staff were great and we even got to have a look at the suite they used in Sex and the City which is completely knock-out. Staff are very welcoming and pleasant. The guys in the breakfast room were very attentive.

The only problem as I see it and its always the same with 5* hotels, is the food. We only ate in one night and it was nice but nothing special, had the indian. I have read some of the other reviews saying how good it was - so maybe it was because it was quiet. Had a gin & tonic which was excessively expensive - I think it worked out at about £14. Had a cocktail in bar later on which was also very expensive, now I do accept its a 5* hotel and you expect high prices but its still a bit pricy for Morocco.

The last day we were there we decided to splash out and go to the spa (wow it was totally amazing) well worth the cost. We had the Hamman - out of this world. They wash you down completely and then the man giving my new husband the wash down bent and twisted him in all directions - it was soooo funny, but he said it was incredible. I was let off lightly - just having a good scrub. Your skin is amazing afterwards, so soft - then you get the massage - ohhh really lovely - I felt like a piece of putty. This is well worth the expense.

It was a lovely place to go on honeymoon and probably suited us being quiet but I felt for them.

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  • Stayed June 2013, traveled as a couple
    • 4 of 5 stars Value
    • 3 of 5 stars Location
    • 5 of 5 stars Sleep Quality
    • 5 of 5 stars Rooms
    • 5 of 5 stars Cleanliness
    • 4 of 5 stars Service
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TajPalaceMarrakech, Guest Relations Manager at Sahara Palace Marrakech, responded to this review, November 8, 2013
Dear Guest,

We appreciate your comments regarding your stay at Taj Palace Marrakech, and are thrilled that your honeymoon was a memorable occsion.

I will share your feedback with our team, who I am certain will be encouraged by your remarks. Thank you for your observations about our restaurant menus and prices - such comments help us to grow and improve in order to better serve our guests.

Thank you again for sharing your experience, and we look forward to serving you in the future. Wishing you a lifetime of love and happiness together!

Kind regards,

Angela McGuire
Guest Relations Manager
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Address: Bp 12440 | P.O Box 12440 Annakhil, Palmeraie, Marrakech 40016, Morocco
Location: Morocco > Marrakech-Tensift-El Haouz Region > Marrakech
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free Parking Children Activities ( Kid / Family Friendly ) Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Restaurant Room Service Shuttle Bus service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access Airport Transportation
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Ranked #184 of 467 Hotels in Marrakech
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $$$
Hotel Class:5 star — Sahara Palace Marrakech 5*
Number of rooms: 161
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Serenely nestled between the soothing Palmeraie landscape of palm and olive trees and the awe-inspiring Atlas Mountains, Sahara Palace Marrakech has been meticulously crafted with a vivid blend of Moroccan, Indian and Moorish themes that unfold from a magnificent Palace block to the four exclusive and expansive Riads. With its five glorious alabaster-white domes resting atop the luxuriant main building, the Sahara Palace Marrakech is regal and resplendent in this breathtaking Moroccan landscape. The hotel unfolds like a beautiful painting from galleries of hand painted frescoed wood ceilings and ornaments, restaurants of rich colours and texture, to the serenity and calmness of the Marie Iod Spa. The high vaulted lobby, highlighted by a sparkling 22 meter chandelier centerpiece and three kilometers of gold leaf adorning various ceilings, cornices, furniture and ornaments, makes this a truly royal experience. This palatial desert oasis features 161 well-appointed, spacious guest rooms, including 25 luxurious suites, spread between the magnificent main Palace and four exclusive Riads. All rooms and suites enjoy stunning views over the Atlas Mountains, the Palmeraie desert landscape or the calming pool and gardens. Our celebrated chefs have gathered the finest ingredients that span the Moroccan, Mediterranean and Indian in one unique destination. Our guests can wine and dine in some of the most stylish and charismatic restaurants and bars in Marrakech, whilst the warm and welcoming service makes every moment memorable. The hotel houses the renowned Marie Iod Spa spread across 3,800 square meters with 14 treatment rooms & two extensive hammams in line with the Moroccan tradition. The spa experience includes dedicated massage therapies, signature Moroccan experiences, personalized coaching services and a full range of esthetic treatments. The Yoga Temple further enhances the overall experience. ... more   less 
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