The delightfully renovated La Renaissance Hotel is one of the oldest hotels in the area. Originally a place where local and foreign intellectual would meet to discuss and enjoy the atmosphere, the hotel has carried this on through the sophisticated styling and contemporary facilities on offer to guests. Standing at seven floors it is possibly the tallest hotel in the city, offering uninhibited and break taking panoramic views over the city and the surrounding Atlas Mountains. The luxury hotel is set in the Gueliz district of the city, just a short distance from a number of the most popular attractions and sights in the city including the famously atmospheric Jemaa El Fna Square where visitors are delighted by the snake charmers and street performers, the beautiful Majorelle Gardens, the Bahia Palace and the Palais Des Congres to name but a few. The rooms on offer are lavishly decorated and include air-conditioning and all the normal amenities associated with a hotel of this calibre. Additional features of the hotel include a lobby area with 24-hour reception, a hotel safe, Wi-Fi and a currency exchange facility. There is also a restaurant serving a range of traditional Moroccan and international cuisine for guests as well as bar for those seeking a relaxing drink after a busy day sightseeing. There is also a rooftop terrace with swimming pool and a range of massage and spa services and treatments.
This hotel is ideally suited to those seeking a luxurious stay in the tallest hotel in the city, away from the hustle and bustle of the busy main roads.
There is an outdoor swimming pool on the roof terrace offering stunning views over the local area.
The rooms on offer are lavishly decorated and include air-conditioning and all the normal amenities associated with a hotel of this calibre. Certain amenities may be payable locally.
Eating and Drinking
There is a restaurant serving traditional Moroccan and international cuisine and a bar for those seeking a refreshing beverage.
The La Renaissance Hotel is situated just outside the medina of Marrakech-a city split into the old town and the new town, this cultural metropolis boasts a number of cultural attractions and open-air markets filled with live entertainment. At night the city comes alive, offering exotic food, vibrant nightlife and a truly unique atmosphere.