For a budget-conscious traveler to Marrakesh there are 89 options for consideration, including Riad Zarka and Hotel Almas. Dream Kasbah - Hostel is a simple budget hostel, settled next to Metalworker Stalls with room rates from only 8US$ per night. If you are planning to visit Kasbah district of Marrakesh, pick an apartment such as Appartement Majorelle 27 for only 69US$ per night.
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Where to stay in Marrakesh?
Best cheap hotels in Marrakesh
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Hotels such as Riad Eloise and Riad Amani are ideally situated in the city center of Marrakesh offering easy access to the city's main sightseeing places. A top-rated option is Riad Bamaga, which is less than 0.4 miles from the city center. If you're planning a family trip to Marrakesh consider a stay at Riad Al Mamoune apartment in Palmeraie district which features a rooftop terrace, a solarium and tubing.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Marrakesh
If you're booking luxury accommodation in Marrakesh, Riad Moucharabieh provides 4-star property with all necessary amenities. For a unique experience, try a room at Riad Dubai, a few minutes' walk away from Jardin de l'Agdal. If you're looking for comfort and reliable service, book the 5-star Hotel & Ryads Barriere Le Naoura.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Riad Light Of Sun apartment is a 5-minute walk from Souk Semarine and has a sun terrace and a sun deck. Think about staying at Rainbow Marrakech or Riad Up, if you'd like to take advantage of staying at B&B. If you're traveling on business in Marrakesh, think about staying at one of the 70 hotels, such as Riad Gaya or Riad Dar Palmyra that feature business facilities. For travelers who would like to observe a scenic view of the river, we offer to pick Agdal near Bennouna Faissal Weaving, which is a popular resort in Marrakesh.
City Guide: Discover the best of Marrakesh
Marrakech is a city without a sense of direction.
City planning and linear logic fell by the wayside here, instead, the city stretches out like a series of labyrinths with donkeys in the cages, snake charmers at every corner and wheelbarrows packed with sweets. The city has hardly changed since the Middle Ages still harking back to that caravan trading post once thriving on olive crops, but today it is tourists that provide the city with a financial liferope; the last come for an exotic rest.
If you are searching for a destination to test your nerve that is Marrakech – a city intoxicated with its own exotica. You can stay there with all comforts if you consult Booked.net to book cheap hotel in Marrakech or one packed with luxuries. You can find them all with maps, photos and secure forms at Booked.net.
Tourists are no surprise to Marrakech and locals, but business. It is a destination to end up buying something you have never wanted. How? For example, there can appear a kind boy telling you that helps to find your way without pay, and mysteriously at the road appears the store of his brother offering you ''just to look, no buy''.
A needless buy is the only danger waiting for you in Marrakech. Actually, it reminds a city from exotic tale released by Hollywood during the war years – ''Arabian nights''. It is still that city with carnival environment, a bit disturbed by pressure of modern tendencies like luxury villas, banks and cars that compete with the camel-drawn carriages known as caleches. These are for hire and can complete your tour of the city. Attractions include;
- Djemaa El-Fna is the highlight of any Marrakech night because of musicians, dancers, and story tellers at this square
- Saadian Tombs, this significant place was discovered only in the beginning of the 20th century
- Majorelle Gardens, a place to take it easy in green area
Even more there is to add to this list of Marrakech landmarks – ''Eiffel Tower''. No… it is not in Paris, but right besides Djemaa El-Fna - Koutoubia Mosque – a counterpart of the Eiffel Tower in Marrakech.
Unlike romantic Paris, Marrakech is a city shaped from the red mud of its plains by Youssef bin Tachfine of the Almoravid dynasty. On his initiative came architects and craftsmen from Cordoba to build palaces and a subterranean water system in Marrakech. Since then, among the snow-covered peaks of the High Atlas Mountains has been looming ''Red City'' or just Marrakech.
Named by some as ''The land of Gods'', Marrakech always has been a kind of muse for those talented and looking for inspiration there. That is what Yves Saint Laurent, the greatest figure in French fashion came for, while later his partner Berge would say: ''…one day I will join you under the Moroccan palms''.
You may also make a step to Moroccan palms in Marrakech if consult Booked.net – all hotels at the lowest possible rates.