Located in the new tourist district of Marrakech the Palm Plaza Hotel & Spa faces the snowy peaks of the High Atlas and the magnificent gardens of Agdal. With its stunning views and great Spa facilities, it is a great place to relax. Boasting not only three swimming pools, one of which is for children, as well as a spa and a beauty salon, steam room and Jacuzzi. Along with its great recreational facilities, the Palm Plaza Hotel & Spa also has brilliant facilities and services to make your holiday run smoothly. For example the reception desk is open 24hours and the staff are ready to help in any way they can, there is also a babysitting and child care service, concierge desk, currency exchange, laundry and dry cleaning service as well as complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the building.
The Palm Plaza Hotel & Spa is perfect for those looking for a relaxing city break in the centre of Marrakesh, whether you are a couple looking for a city get away, or a family looking for some excitement you are bound to have a good time.
Guests have the choice between two large swimming pools. One of which is outdoors with a pool deck and snack bar, whilst the other is indoors located next to the Jacuzzi and steam room. Children also have their own swimming pool and club.
The Palm Plaza Hotel & Spa supports 232 gorgeous rooms over 3 floors. With 82 standard room doubles, 123 standard twins, 13 superior rooms, 13 superior suites and 1 spacious and stylish presidential suite. All the standard rooms are 31m2 and are equipped with, air conditioning, a phone, safe, writing desk, marble en suite with complimentary toiletries and hairdryer, bathrobes, flat screen satellite TV, mini bar, complimentary Wi-Fi and a balcony. The Superior rooms have are equipped with the same amenities, but are a 39m3 and contain a Moroccan style lounge with sofa and coffee table.
Eating and Drinking
Guests are spoilt for choice with the three fantastic restaurants to choose from. The â€˜El Menzahâ€™ is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, serving a range of delectable international dinners. The â€˜Dar Marrakechâ€™ opens 7pm till 11pm serving some great traditional Moroccan dishes, and last but not least, â€˜La Brasserieâ€™ serving Thai, Japanese and Vietnamese cuisine to give you a taste of the orient.There is also the â€˜Oasisâ€™ which is a cute pool side snack bar open 9am till 6pm, and the â€˜Cordobaâ€™ bar open 9pm till midnight. Not forgetting the tea room also.
Marrakech also known as the â€œRed Cityâ€ is one of the most important former imperial cites in Moroccoâ€™s history, it is the capital of the region and located near the snow-capped Atlas Mountains. The city itself offers plenty to see and do with shops selling a variety of goods whether you visit the more commercial medina, stop by the famous Djemaa El Fna square to the look at the local crafts and performing artists or visit the souks which are popular among the locals. The city is also rich in history with many interesting historical building and monuments with just a few including the Marojelle Gardens, the 16th century Saadian Tombs and the Koutoubia Mosque, which is considered a landmark of the city towering over the suburbs.