Went in November, it was quite cold so we couldn't enjoy outdoor grounds (swimming pool or other activities). Because of this it turned out to be rather boring, but the room was charming with oriental character, original bathroom, small living room and a patio. The club is pretty with fountains and a big bar, rather pleasant. The food was good and unlike many clubmeds, there are waiters around for cutlery, serving drinks (not food which is buffet), etc. The spa is nice for the hammam (large and with nice decorations), but not for much else. Marrakech is not so close but there's a clubmed bus that will take you there at certain hours. Went on an excursion to the Atlas mountains. We found it expensive and really not interesting. I suppose we would have enjoyed the holiday more had we gone in a warmer time of the year.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Marrakech is the Southern pearl, full of charm, mystery and bustle, at the crossroads of the Sahara and the High Atlas. The Club Med Village, set in Morocco's oldest palm grove, reflects the intimate aspect of the medina, fostering its way of life with its gardens, refined cuisine and warm welcome. The Marrakech architecture combines baked bricks, tadelakt, red ochre and colourful zellige, to create a relaxing haven to which you can enjoy returning after a stroll through Djemaa el-Fna square. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Club Med La Palmeraie Hotel Marrakech
- Club Med Marrakech
- Marrakech Club Med
- Club Med Morocco