After setting a foot inside this Palace we immediately got transported into an oriental paradise. Vegetation, furniture, tea, pastry, music, and architecture, everything is there to make sure you're rapidly disconnecting and enjoying your vacations. The rooms are all different and all large and gorgeous (we were a group of 15 and could visit lots of different rooms).
Their homemade food (tagine, couscous,...) is delicious. It is one of the only place we visited where portions were reasonable. The Riad also organized a special gala dinner (6 courses), which was classy, delicious, copious, and nicely presented.
The staff is warm and at your disposal for anything you want to. They are super friendly, very smiling, and absolutely multi-langual.
If Palais Sebban is in your price range, go there, you won't be disappointed.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The owner and former king in Sebban give his name to his beautiful Palace that has been care fully ma intained by his family for over a centery.In 2006 and efter 4 years of renovationand restoration, it became a Moroccan Andalusian architecture jewel. (Zellige,Marbre,carved plaster ,Berber carved wooden, ceilings and original ceilings (Glaoui period),Marbled fontaine ....Everything in this palace of a thousand and one night makes you dreaming and soak up the Oriental culture. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Palais Sebban Marrakech
- Palais Sebban Hotel Marrakech