Atlas Targa & Resort
Atlas Targa & Resort is a 3-star resort in Marrakech that guests describe as a brilliant and lovely hotel. Its convenient location and cozy bar serving tasty tapas with its cocktails make it a great choice for any traveler.
Rooms overlooking the pool are especially nice, though at times can be a little noisy if you're a light sleeper. The hotel features a large aquaparc with several water slides, pools, and a spa ? perfect for families, and kids will especially love the water slides.
If you can peel yourself away from the pool, the hotel offers a free daily shuttle bus to the center of Marrakesh, about ten minutes away, where you can explore shisha cafés, admire mosques from afar, or navigate the crazy markets. The Souks are just north of the Djemaa el-Fna market square, where you will see leashed monkeys and snake charmers, intricate fabrics and ceramics, and exotic fresh food stalls, all battling each other to win the next sale. Making this market definitely worth a visit.
The hotel staff mostly speak French, but a few barmen and front desk agents know some English and are always friendly and approachable. Overall, guests agree the Resort's a worthwhile venue and a great place to visit.
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... and believe in peace and fellowship. Unfortunately neither religion has been able to fully accept the other and they have declared many wars between each other for over 1,000 years. I think that the wars we see in the world today is a continuation of the inability of religions to appreciate the common history and acknowledge the differences. The Islamics pray 5 times a day, starting at sun rise with the last one just after dusk. Believers face Mecca to ...
... tourists who we talked very bad Spanish to over dinner, drinks and Berber drumming and we ate yet another tagine before sleeping in the quietness of the desert. We were woken at 5am for a sunrise camel ride out of the desert and back to the hotel for breakfast before jumping back into the 4WD for a third days adventure!
We left the rose coloured dunes of ...
... to the bone. The owner of the van blocking our way showed up and we left. For the first and only time I saw Issam frustrated. When the manager of the parking lot demanded to be paid for the parking Issam refused to pay, telling the manager that he had not done his job and he would not pay. He then directed the driver with the now familiar "Yella, Yella" and off we went! The parking lot attendant was still waving his arms and yelling in ...
... to contact. Had a new email address so gave it another go. Appears that I cannot do the hike I originally wanted (at least not with donkeys) and the only viable option (in terms of cost, since I save by joining another group) is the (day berber village; valleys and Jebel Toubakal summit climb hike. Given I dont trust my knee to hold out it probably a good idea. Beside if I organise it myself the cheapest cost is likely to be around 450MAD unless I find someone to travel ...
... carts, and pedestrians. Quite insane really! In fact witnessing all of this, when combined with our experience of getting from the airport via petit-taxi last night convinces me that Marrakech and Moscow are similar in their road etiquette; their are road guidelines not rules! To an outsider like me it seems incredibly hectic; however traffic flows and there are no accidents, meaning it is a great example of a self-ordering system, quite magical actually!Crossing such traffic ...