Las Palmeras

Address: Nouvelle Route de Ouarzazate, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco | 5 star b&b
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This 5 star B&B, located on Nouvelle Route de Ouarzazate, Marrakech, is near Gueliz, Souk Cuisine, Royal Palace of Marrakech, and Le Grand Casino de la Mamounia.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Outdoor pool


          • Minbar in room
          • Breakfast Available
          • Smoking rooms available
          • Reduced mobility rooms
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed


          • Suites


          • Airport Transportation
          • Banquet room
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Multilingual staff
          • Free airport shuttle
          • Room service
          • Concierge desk

          TripAdvisor Reviews Las Palmeras Marrakech

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

          Travel Blogs from Marrakech

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          A travel blog entry by nfannin on Jun 01, 2015

          ... pulpy. These guys chatted with us and we did our best to ignore them. It was annoying because we just wanted to sit and relax. Then we walked to the ruins on the hilltop. The view of the medina from there was amazing!! We were there for sunset and it was great. After we had to walk back through the whole medina to get to our hostel. I'm glad we came because it is so different but I definitely liked Marrakech more since there was less catcalling and the square was so ...

          Sights and smells of Marrakech

          A travel blog entry by evelyncurry on Jun 08, 2013

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          ... tanneries where they dye and treat the leather. We walked in what we hoped was the right direction. A young lad offered to take us there (for 'no cost, no cost!’). He left us in the capable hands of a guide who took us around the tanneries. It STUNK!!! They soak the leather in pigeon poop for 2 weeks. The guy gave us a bunch of mint to sniff while walking through the tanneries as the stench of liquid pigeon poop in 40C heat. The guide ...

          Being a tourist

          A travel blog entry by sheepgirlsara on Apr 07, 2012

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          ... a pastry shop
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          Marrakech - Welcome to Hell

          A travel blog entry by waynedale on Mar 16, 2011

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          ... away from being hassled for a short moment.

          I suggested we go and see another part of Morocco and we both decided that Essaouria would be a good idea as it's on the coast. Not exactly beach weather (19 degrees) but it would have to be better than this. If only the rain would stop. I agreed to go and find the bus terminal and buy some tickets, which I did. Little did we know that we were about to board the bus from hell with all the Star Wars characters on board. To be continued. ...

          Dal Chabab

          A travel blog entry by clementinelarue on Feb 02, 2011

          ... is doubtful, confusion probable, admiration...I think not.

          “La la la, la Mimmouna, la la laaa, la Mimmouna…” Despite my Arabic flourishing quite exquisitely, I've begun casting around for a replacement and, zoning in on someone particularly vulnerable-looking and easy to subdue, I grab their hands and whizz them into the centre, taking their seat with a great, hoomph! Looking up, I notice that everyone is clapping!

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