Royal Mirage Deluxe Marrakech
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Smoking rooms available
- Swimming pool
Photos of Royal Mirage Deluxe Marrakech
TripAdvisor Reviews Royal Mirage Deluxe Marrakech
Travel Blogs from Marrakech
... millimetres to spare. The tour group gasp. Large drainage channels are often on the shoulder of the roads to add to the danger. The land looks very dry as we head further south and its not summer yet. The creeks are dry and no dams visible.
.We pass through M'rirt an open market town. There are always a large number of incomplete building in these towns which look abandoned. There are speed cameras all along the roads, with heavy fines should any one ever be able to ...
... on two sides and the other two sides border on vacant property the king purchased as a buffer to maintain the privacy of the venue. The road to the hotel is completely private and is heavily guarded, adding to its exclusivity. We are having lunch with Mark and Karen Hodges, a couple we met on the trip who we really enjoy, and are literally the only ones dining in this wonderful outdoor courtyard ...
... what was happening in the main square. It felt like where’s wally – a sea of people constantly moving.
3 March – 9 March: Berber Cultural Centre in Imintanoute
After some hard bargaining with the taxi driver in Marrakech, which left us a little confused and spending much more than we had imagined, we were on our way to Imintanoute for the volunteer part of our trip. The taxi ride was ...
... Man. I also listened to some German rock music from Maria's iPod which was interesting since I didn't know what the lyrics were. We eventually arrived in the mountains and after a quick meet and greet we went to watch a presentation about forest conservation. Since it was in Arabic, I once again admired the walls. Once that was over we went outside and the younger children from the local village did some paintings and drawings of ...
... an odd dried fruit or spice stand thrown in. We walked for miles dodging the odd Donkey and motorbike along the way and somehow ended up ouside the city walls. We crossed the road (no mean feat in Morroco) with a bit of difficulty and I had to think back to Ho Chi Minh City which had literally no traffic lights where I stayed for a week crossing many roads littered with scooters and tuk tuks. We got a drink and ate it and part of a sour orange in the park before almost ...