Ibis Marrakech Palmeraie
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Marrakech Palmeraie
pleasant hotel a short taxi ride from the centre. Great staff, comfortable rooms.
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Distance 830 Km
I awoke after a brilliant days riding and had spent some time thinking whether to continue to Morocco or head back. I decided to go and visit Gibraltar and mull it all over. On leaving Bob and Sini in Marbella I headed for Gibraltar but the weather changed en route and it poured down, I really didn’t fancy walking …
... a break from the Iberostar and an extra 2 nights at our Marrakech hotel. It still continued to rain and despite being bitterly disappointed we were pleased we made the decision not to go. In fact the rain didn't ease off until the day we left Agadir on the 1 December. Back in Marrakech I got sick - a chest infection and have gone through my second package of antibiotics. So for most of Marrakech I have been feeling rather ordinary. We have stayed mostly in the hotel as I hadn't had ...
... at one of the many date stalls, sampling, checking and finally selecting at a box for us. They were plump and sweet and fruity, really delicious. We had a quick tour of the Jewish precinct, and bought some trinkets before Hassan picked us up in his 4x4 to transport us to the desert kasbah in Merzouga, on the edge of the Sahara. The rain continued to fall, and Hassan and I took it in turns to swab the windscreen of condensation. Hassan enjoyed driving his 4x4, and liked ...
... the Hotel Belare, our lodgings for the night, we wandered around the date market ( as dates and fossils are claim to fame) and then were taken through a marble factory and shown the process of creating objects from marble. They export all over the world and create many objects for public places. Our hotel really did have a feel for being in the Sahara and will let the photos tell the story there. Day 3: ErFoud to Marzouga in the Sahara Desert We left ErFoud quite late, about ...
... soon became a sport and we haggled our way through the many many shops selling leathers, wooden handcrafts, spices and jewellery! We stopped for lunch on a roof terrace while watching the people below and looked out over all the rooftops of the medina while listening to the frequent praying from the mosques speakers echoing over the city. Culture shock big time! We made our way to the square even though the locals did their best to send us in the wrong directions ...