Palmeraie Golf Palace & Resort
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Historical Traveler Reviews Palmeraie Golf Palace & Resort Marrakech
J'ai réservé dans cet hôtel par l'intermédiaire d'Expedia, après avoir passé en revue tous les hôtels à Marrakech. Celui-là semblait plus traditionnel que les chaînes internationales mais avec le confort d'un 5 étoiles. L'hôtel est situé à environ 15 minutes de l'aéroport en taxi (200 dirhams), et est un peu en-dehors de Marrakech (environ 10 minutes.)
Nous avons passé 4 nuits au Palmeraie Golf Palace au début du mois de novembre, et nous avons été déçus par notre séjour qui n'était pas à la hauteur d'un hôtel 5 étoiles.
Venant de lire les commentaires en anglais sur cet hôtel, je m'étonne qu'aucun Français ne soit encore intervenu, car nous sûrement nombreux - trop? -à y avoir séjourné.
We stayed at the Palmeraie Golf Palace for 8 nights from 10th June 2006 and I was very disappointed.
A stunning hotel, with beautiful rooms, set in a complex of shops and restuarants, 90% of which were closed. The restuarants that were open were excellent, breakfast is highly recommended.
My husband and I stayed here for 2 days b/c he wanted to play some golf.
Stayed for 4 nights at the Palmeraie Golf Palce beg of November, and was disappointed by the experience which was not up to 5-star standards.
If you want the full Marrakesh experience, don't stay here; you're better off in a riad downtown. Mind you, the Marrakesh experience is not what it was now that the Djna el Fnaa has been turned into a cheap fast food centre at night (what happened to the snake charmers, whirling devishes, belly dancers, fire eaters, sword swallowers and general crazies that used to make this one of the world's great street theatres?).
Booked this hotel through Expedia after reviewing all accommodation in Marrakech. This hotel looked more traditional than the worldwide chains but all the comforts of a typical 5 star.
We stayed at this hotel to relax for a couple of days before moving to a small riad in the centre of Marrakech.
The rooms, grounds and swimming pools are excellently laid out and well maintained. Service at breakfast, lunch and dinner was very attentive.
Our only slight complaint was that we would have liked to have started dinner earlier than 7.30pm as we have young children, but none of the restaurants opened until then.