Caravanserai

Caravanserai

264, Ouled Ben Rahmoune, Marrakech 40000 Morocco
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#314 of 744 hotels in Marrakech
Location
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Cleanliness
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Service
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Value
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Evoking the ancient stopping places of the travelling merchants, the CaravanSerai is symbolic of the other face of Morocco. The interior courtyards and secret corners are inspired by the traditional Berber villages. In luxurious simplicity the 16 bedrooms and suites are decorated in a refined ethnic style. The Hammam, with its tadelakt plaster columns and its great pool subtly lit by shafts of light, is considered to be one of the finest in Marrakech.
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Free parking
Free internet
Pool
Free breakfast
Billiards
Board games / puzzles
Airport transportation
Spa
Secured parking
Public wifi
Pool / beach towels
Outdoor pool
Bar / lounge
Restaurant
Breakfast available
Wine / champagne
Taxi service
Full body massage
Hammam
Manicure
Massage
Pedicure
Waxing services
24-hour security
Baggage storage
Concierge
Shared lounge / TV area
Sun deck
Sun loungers / beach chairs
Sun terrace
Sun umbrellas
First aid kit
Umbrella
24-hour check-in
24-hour front desk
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Air conditioning
Private balcony
Room service
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Flatscreen TV
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Complimentary toiletries
Private bathrooms
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Pool view
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Family rooms
Smoking rooms available
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Yak-Ness wrote a review Apr 2023
London, United Kingdom15 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Just had a pot of mint tea brought out to where we are sitting in the courtyard after a day exploring the Medina. Very friendly people in a beautiful hotel with all mod cons (luckily no gym).
Pool is chilly (April) but nice to look at. Looking forward to the rest of our stay.
It is away from the bustle of Marrakech but you do need to get the complementary shuttle bus or a taxi to & from town as it is 5 miles away. Ok to walk if you are fit as lthe ocals are friendly & kind & there are shops and things to see on the way.
Highly recommended.
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Date of stay: April 2023
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Response from philippe coustal, Directeur général at Caravanserai
Responded May 8, 2023
Thank you for your comment and glad you liked the caravanserai and its authentic architecture. Looking forward to seeing you again with us. philip
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ptcookgal wrote a review Apr 2024
Melbourne, Australia71 contributions27 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
What a hotel! From the spacious rooms, to the awesome recreation areas, and the opulent drawing rooms or lounges, all I could see are beautiful and attractive moroccan decos.
The food served at dinner and breakfast are good. They have a variety of dishes for breakfast, too much in fact.
The hotel is only 3 minutes to the sand dunes. We were up at 4am to look at the sky full of stars.
The staff, Mohamad is friendly and helpful. I needed files to be printed and he helped me a lot.
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Date of stay: April 2024
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Han_cul wrote a review Oct 2022
34 contributions27 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Myself & my 2 sisters had a wonderful stay here… the staff were so friendly, welcoming and couldn’t do enough for us! Beautiful rooms, authentic, colourful and comfortable. We had a delicious breakfast each morning, the hotel cats were adorable and were so well looked after. It was a 20 minute journey into the main town but the hotel organised the taxis for us which was great.
This was a perfect little boutique hotel for a getaway trip, would definitely recommend and go back. Special shout-out to Abdel who was so amazing, chatty and friendly.
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Date of stay: September 2022Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: If you don’t like cats/are allergic then beware there are 8 Hotel cats, I am a cat lover so it...
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Response from philippe coustal, Directeur général at Caravanserai
Responded Nov 29, 2022
thank you to all 3 for loving and appreciating caravanserai and its staff who always strive to satisfy customers, we will be very happy to see you again, thank you for your nice comment, I will send your message to my friend Abdel.. ...
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wendy a wrote a review Nov 2022
London, United Kingdom8 contributions2 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I returned to Caravanserai 19 years after my last visit, and i was so happy to be greeted by smiling faces that I recognised. The hotel is still just as magical as it was all those years ago.

It is a wonderful home, just 15 minutes from the noisy centre of town. You wake to sound of the birds….you won’t want to leave the tranquility of the pool…

The suites are just gorgeous and are more like apartments, and have lovely little terraces.

This place truly feels like your own home during your stay. I already wish I could stay longer, but I will be back again soon :)
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Date of stay: November 2022Trip type: Traveled solo
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Response from philippe coustal, Directeur général at Caravanserai
Responded Nov 21, 2022
thank you Wendy for your comment and especially that you have found the caravanserai that you had known, you are part of the circle of lovers of this unique place a few minutes from the noisy city center, we try to preserve this soul that makes its charm, at the pleasure to see you again before 19 years ...... you will always be welcome at the caravanserai. Cordially director philip
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Gavin M wrote a review Oct 2017
6 contributions11 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Forewarned is forearmed when visiting CaravanSerai. You must remember you are paying a very very reasonable amount for a unique, stylish, relaxed, bohemian and understated experience. Turn away now if you are looking for anything else, in particular the anodyne, sanitised and corporatised standards expected by the self-proclaimed 'modern day traveller'

We had come to Marrakech on a long weekend with our sons for a very chilled bit of family time. My wife had been here 15 years earlier on a fashion shoot, talked about it many times and remembered it for precisely the same reasons that have resulted in us all having one of the best weekends we can remember.

Firstly let's get the location and first impressions out of the way.. yup it's in a poor village, yup there's rubbish in the streets, yup it's a bumpy ride for the last kilometre.. and yes you'll have to do it several times back and forth.. basically it's real and no one has tried to change the landscape to create a soothing aesthetic for us temporary visitors. Good for them.

The welcome you are given at CaravanSerai is utterly genuine and you suspect that no one (thankfully) is the product of corporate hotel background. This results in a kind of service that is pretty informal and can be slow at times but once your body/mind clock adjusts to local o'clock you are quickly in the groove.

The surroundings and the decor are gorgeous.. epitome of shabby chic, literally. It has a satisfyingly weathered feel to its furniture and decoration and rather than being over fussy and pretentious it is comfortable with itself.

The bedrooms have a similar vibe. Sure you don't want to lean too heavily on some of the vintage ceramic sinks but so what! We stayed in two pool suites (why not at their prices! ) and each had its own unique charm.. both feeling more like an apartment than a suite.. generous adjoining rooms and living areas.. the one modern day compromise, air-conditioning, that can be very hit and miss even in ultra modern hotels provided perfect ambient temperature in both bedrooms and made for an uninterrupted nights sleep.

Food is simple, local and authentic. Service is not super rapid and attention to some detail maybe lacking but again I do not think the hotel are trying to be anything other than themselves and once you accept this you can enjoy their pace and style of life..

My only one complaint, which I discussed with them when I checked out, was that they quickly ran out of alcoholic supplies, particularly a delicious Moroccan rosé or 'gris' which was an amazingly well priced £16. However this probably says more about our decadent western priorities than it does them as predominately alcohol free country. Anyway we quickly reached a agreement with the manager that I would call in advance next time to advise them that that we require additional supplies. If you intend to go with a similarly thirsty group I advise you to do the same!

So in conclusion.. yes there are imperfections, glitches, inconveniences, niggles... get over it, you are lucky to be there and be part of another culture that is working in its own environment to its own standards and on its own terms. And this is the beauty of CaravanSerai, you feel like a house guest in someone else's home and that in my opinion is an experience worth traveling for.
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Date of stay: October 2017
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: Superior Suites offer spacious living
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Wedgell wrote a review Feb 2018
Essex, United Kingdom46 contributions62 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
This was our first visit to Marrakech, on a four-day break, and it turned out to be one of the best weekends of our lives.
To all future travellers: please do not be put off by the initial bumpy ride down a narrow dusty track, past herds of goats and ragged children playing, into the poor village location of the Caravan Serai. You are in Morocco and this is going to be an unforgettable experience. Upon arrival, the views across a landscape, which must have remained much the same for hundreds of years, towards the snow-capped Atlas Mountains, just takes your breath away.

The welcome we were given was warm, genuine and informal without (thankfully) the predictable formalities of the larger, soulless corporate places. After a quick tour of the traditionally adorned areas, we were served with cups of deliciously refreshing mint tea and home-made biscuits and then introduced to one of the hotel’s cats (or should I say Mushki introduced himself to us). The time-honoured, vibrantly colourful surroundings and decor seemed bohemian and sensual without being over pretentious like some of the riads and larger hotels in the centre of Marrakech. There was an enchanting authenticity to the shabby chic furniture which seemed to be reflected in all the hidden away secret seating areas.

Each of the bedrooms had a unique charm. We were lucky enough to stay in Room 16 which is an impressively large and well-equipped private apartment with its own roof-top terrace. The marble bathroom just took my breath away. In fact, the hotel has a very private feel about it, something akin to staying in your own personal palace where you could hide away for days on end, if you wanted to. We stayed in January when the temperature falls quite drastically at night time, but we were cosy and warm thanks to the hotel’s air-conditioning, heaters and lots of extra blankets.

Due to the location, we ate dinner every evening (in front of a roaring log fire) in the hotel restaurant where the food is tasty and authentic, cooked using locally sourced ingredients and served by welcoming and friendly staff who paid attention to the smallest of details and would go out of their way to please.

The beauty of the Caravan Serai is that it resists the “designer” riad style and remains distinctly traditional with its unique charm and discreet romantic air. We were happy to return to this wonderful little oasis after an exciting day in the hustle and bustle of the city centre. Don’t forget to take full advantage of the gorgeous marble hammam during your stay. We feel we have had a truly Moroccan experience and will, most certainly, be returning. Thank you.
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Date of stay: January 2018
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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emilzola01 wrote a review Sep 2016
Greenwood, Mississippi12 contributions36 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
To began, it is a nightmare to find the motel if you are driving. For one it is not in Marrakech, it is in a village outside Marrakech. GPS can't find it, so you will get lost for sure unless you ask someone who happened to know the village.
Then when you get the right directions, you have to drive on a dirt road to the village, then cross the village through muddy streets with open sewers and huge pot holes to the other edge of the village to find an old house that was turned into this motel. Not really a hotel. Now the parking. It is a tiny dirt space on a ravine that may fit 6 cars max.
Inside, the intention of the architecture was to capture a remote pass. But in doing so, it lost completely the basic comfort needed for modern traveler. Also these folks seems either to have confused junk with antique, or they fooled customers presenting them junk for antique. I explain, for example they turned some very old doors into tables, they are neither esthetic nor functional. They put some extremely old doors and windows on the bathroom doors and rooms that are, again, neither esthetic no functional. All the window have a serious problem around the frame and they are not sealed to prevent the outside air from coming in. Add to that the small air conditioners they have, the result the rooms become furnaces in the summer. To add salt to the wound they have old spring mattresses and old iron spring beds that are extremely uncomfortable. This guaranties a non refreshing night. For me, my children and my wife this was the worse night we ever had in any hotel. We have been everywhere.
The large berber tente and traditional seating is very dusty when we were there.
The breakfast is generous if again you don't mind the discomfort of the heat and the dozen or so flies that beat you to the honey they serve with breakfast.
Remember after the generous breakfast you have to drive away on extremely bouncy road through the village with open sewers. The weird thing is that those sewers are channeled under the front doors of the houses into the middle of the streets. Not sure why they don't at least channel them to the back of the houses.
What our children remember from the hotel is dust, heat, flies, and uncomfortable bouncy ride through the village augmented with nasty odors.
For me, I thanked God I didn't have a flat tire in the middle of the village and had to change it knowing what could have been smeared with.
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Date of stay: July 2016
1.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
1.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Traveled with family
Room Tip: Stay away.
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romak572018 wrote a review May 2018
6 contributions5 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
This place is awful. Our rooms were awful. Definitely not a 4 star hotel. Our rooms smelled awful. Plaint and plaster peeling everywhere. The bathroom was full of mold, tiles lifting off the floor. I refused to lay on the bed. The pillows did not have pillowcases and the sheets looked dirty. There was a huge hole in the ceiling and the windows would not lock closed. Not to mention the stray cats outside my door. The room was just dark and dingy. We left shortly after seeing our rooms. Still fighting to get our money back. Do yourself a favor and book elsewhere.
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Date of stay: May 2018Trip type: Traveled with family
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josiehall88 wrote a review Oct 2015
Richmond-upon-Thames, United Kingdom9 contributions5 helpful votes
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
My boyfriend and I have just returned from our first trip to Morocco. We spent a week in the hotel caravan serai and cannot speak highly enough about the whole experience.

On arrival we were met at the airport by a friendly driver who took us to the hotel via Marrakech centre.
The drive to the hotel is approximately 20/25 minutes from the airport and central Marrakech.

After driving through the bustling city we turned towards the calmer area of the 'Palmeraie' which is home to some of marrakech's most exclusive golf resorts and hotels. Caravanserai sits within the Palmeraie region but on the opposite side of the river in a peaceful traditional Moroccan village.

When we first turned up the bumpy dirt track to the hotel, we were very apprehensive about what to expect. The driver soon pulled up outside the high stone walls of the building where we were immediately greeted by the hotel manager, Ali.
We were given a short tour of the hotel and instantly fell in love with this beautiful place. The hotel has 16 rooms but throughout our stay there were never more than 4 or 5 of these occupied. We were given the choice of all of the rooms and most of the time it felt as if it was our own private residence.
Our room (number 16) was our favourite...

Ali, the manager really made our stay. From ferrying us in and out of Marrakech daily to recommending the most amazing restaurants, accompanying me on a morning run around the surrounding area, organising an exclusive trip to the Atlas Mountains...by the end of the trip we had made an excellent friend and contact.

The hotel itself did not disappoint and we felt it was even better in reality than the pictures depict. The pool area is perfect to catch some sun between 11am-5pm and there are many gardens and terraces to enjoy drinks/dinner or just to relax and read a book. Some of the terraces offer amazing views of the sunset over the Palmeraie. The hotel staff are all extremely welcoming and happy to accommodate every request.

The food at the hotel is slightly more limited in choice than the restaurants within Marrakech, but there is enough variety to offer light lunch options to more traditional Moroccan tagines and dishes. We ate snacks and/or lunch in the hotel most days and we ate here on an evening twice throughout our stay. The first night we ate in the gardens whilst listening to a local musician. I had chicken with lemon and olives whilst my boyfriend had the beef tagine - both were excellent. The second night we ate by the pool within the high archways and were the only residents dining in this area. It felt like a magical private dining experience.

For the evenings in Marrakech we ate at restaurants recommended by Ali and the hotel. Our favourite by far was 'Yacout' - a traditional riad offering an exclusive dining experience. We also really enjoyed our meal at 'Jad Mahal' - a more contemporary restaurant with opulent interiors and intermittent belly dancing performances.

Although we thoroughly enjoyed our time in the restaurants, riads and souk of central Marrakech we were always so happy to be retuning to the calm and tranquility of caravan serai.

I cannot recommend this hotel enough to those seeking some calm and relaxation on the outskirts of this amazing city. We will definitely be back.
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Date of stay: October 2015Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Captainpantss wrote a review Jan 2016
Manchester, United Kingdom41 contributions21 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
My (new) wife and I toured Marocco and this was the only disappointing place that we stayed at during our visit. We stayed two nights.

The place is quite isolated, about 25 minutes from the airport and a taxi from anywhere else, and it seemed that they knew this and, therefore, that 'they had you' an example of this is the menu. €28 for a choice of two meals is very overpriced for Marrakech.

It almost seemed like their business plan was to get you there (beautiful photos and hotel pick up) and then their work was done.

The manager made several appointments for our secret escape hammam and massage were were comically unsuccessful and quite stressful for us and the staff! Originally, at lunchtime we were booked for the service at 1500hrs. We were then told the staff had to travel to the other hotel and that they had double booked so we were rescheduled to 1700hrs - which wasn't a problem for us as we had resolved to stay around the (freezing) pool for the day. 1700hrs came and the last staff member was almost out the door when the manager caught her and made us sit in a used hammam whilst he tried to make her get changed back into her work clothes so do a massage, despite her telling him she was sick and had already done a full day's work. This was awkward for us and for her so eventually we said we will get ready for dinner and reschedule for the morning before check out. The management then called our room to say she was ready. I explained we had agreed for a rain check. The poor girl was then brought to our room by a manager, feeling much better and ready to massage, 1.30 after we had agreed it would happen tomorrow. Complete lack of clarity and direction from the management staff.

Also our room was right next to the call to prayer loud speaker so we had a few unwelcome wake up calls! But we also had a few packs of wild animals hunting and fighting outside our room throughout the night.

The positives were the cleaning staff and Rachid (the waiter who was all over it) and the quality of the limited menu. If you like tagine!

We will most likely revisit Marrakech, but our experience of this place means we will recommend against it. Others seem to have a positive experience so perhaps we were just unlucky. We thought the manager had gone some way to fixing our disgruntlement by buying us dinner, but he just gave us a free soup. Faulty towers efficiency on our visit would have been funny if it wasn't our honeymoon finale
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Date of stay: January 2016Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Fran asked a question May 2019
8 contributions9 helpful votes
Is the food good?
Answer from Caren M
Harlow, United Kingdom16 contributions8 helpful votes
Hi, the food wasn't great at the hotel. Breakfast was flatbread and honey. Lunch a very limited menu which wasn't cooked particularly well. Also not great if you dont like cats as they encourage them where you are eating with bowls down for them. Be ready to constantly stopping the jumping up in the chairs and tables!
Answer from nina128
London, United Kingdom33 contributions19 helpful votes
Hi Kayleigh, I visited in September - we booked the hotel through a website called Voyage Privé who organised an airport transfer for us via the hotel. I would advise contacting the hotel directly and asking them to organise a pick-up for you. They have a lovely driver who works for the hotel directly who knows the roads very well. I can't remember the cost but really very affordable from what I can remember. I don't think it cost more than £15/20. Don't be alarmed when driving up the drive to the hotel, it is VERY bumpy and dusty - this is just Morocco for you. The drivers really know what they are doing and are used to these sort of conditions. The hotel itself is absolutely beautiful and you forget that you are down a bumpy dirt track once you're inside! Enjoy! X
Answer from Luke_Trusselle
London, United Kingdom20 contributions11 helpful votes
Yes, the main number for Reception is +212 524 30 03 02 Ali is the Manager
Answer from Luke_Trusselle
London, United Kingdom20 contributions11 helpful votes
In short, no I don't think so. Due to it's location the best way to travel to decent Bars/Restaurants is by Cab which is organised through the hotel. Most trips are either 100Dh or 200Dh thats if it's just you...if you share with other guests you could split the cost. 100Dh is roughly £6.5 or 9 Euros...not going to break the bank!
Han_cul wrote a tip Oct 2022
34 contributions27 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"If you don’t like cats/are allergic then beware there are 8 Hotel cats, I am a cat lover so it was wonderful but they are around a lot."
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Martha Evans wrote a tip Mar 2019
1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Upper levels for the views"
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Jenny W wrote a tip Feb 2019
London, United Kingdom9 contributions2 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"If possible book the blue suite with the plunge pool."
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Gavin M wrote a tip Oct 2017
6 contributions11 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Superior Suites offer spacious living"
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ipsofactoconsultancy wrote a tip Oct 2016
Durbuy, Belgium1 contribution1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"All rooms are very interesting and good."
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Frequently Asked Questions about Caravanserai
Which popular attractions are close to Caravanserai?
Nearby attractions include Jardin Majorelle (4.2 miles), Medina of Marrakesh (4.4 miles), and Marrakech Tour Guide (4.8 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Caravanserai?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
Which room amenities are available at Caravanserai?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a pool view.
What food & drink options are available at Caravanserai?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Caravanserai?
Yes, free parking and secured parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Caravanserai?
Conveniently located restaurants include Poka, Pointbar, and Lao Marrakech.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Caravanserai?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does Caravanserai have airport transportation?
Yes, Caravanserai offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Caravanserai?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, French, and Arabic.
Are there any historical sites close to Caravanserai?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Medina of Marrakesh (4.4 miles), Ben Youssef Madrasa (4.4 miles), and Medina of Essaouira (4.6 miles).
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