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August 12, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Es Saadi Marrakech Resort - Palace in Marrakech, Morocco

Nestled on 20 lush acres in the heart of Marrakesh, the Es Saadi Gardens & Resort couples refined luxury with traditional Moroccan hospitality in a setting as memorable for its lavish accommodations as the verdant park grounds on which it lies. Pathways pleasantly shaded by bougainvillea, palm, eucalyptus, orange and lemon trees lead to the hotel, where 150 rooms, including 15 suites infuse modern amenities with natural charm. Or stay in the opulent Palace, where 92 spacious suites plus 8 deluxe Ksars have been sumptuously appointed by master local craftsmen and offer views of the stunning snow-capped Atlas Mountains. For a vacation worthy of Arabian royalty, reserve one of 10 magnificent Villas, each singularly designed and decorated in themed Oriental architecture, and each accoutered with an exotic garden, heated swimming pool, personal butler and buggy service throughout the property.

All of Es Saadi's accommodations offer access to the entire resort, including six restaurants, two pools and two spas. After the decadent breakfast buffet at Jardin d'Hiver, you won't even have to change out of your swimsuit to dine on delicious light lunch fare at Autour de la Piscine. Refuel after an invigorating visit to the Palace Spa with salutary slow food from Bio du Bled. For dinner, choose from classic French cuisine at Restaurant Gastronomique, hearty Mediterranean at Lagon & Jardin or traditional Moroccan at La Cours des Lions. Or dine on regional dishes by candlelight at the Moroccan Dinner Show while acrobats, musicians, snake charmers and belly dancers perform for your delight. The centerpiece of the resort, of course, is the world-famous Casino de Marrakech, fully renovated in 2011 with classy gaming tables and state-of-the-art slot machines. The casino is the center of the city's hot nightlife and home to the Theatro Night Club, which hosts the best DJs in the world. Es Saadi means "the happy one," which you will be after an unforgettable stay here.

Location of Es Saadi Marrakech Resort - Palace

Es Saadi Marrakech Resort - Palace
Avenue El Quadlissis
40000
Marrakech, Morocco

Nearest Airport: RAK

Amenities for Es Saadi Marrakech Resort - Palace

  • General Information
  • 102 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • 24-Hour Room Service
  • 6 Restaurants
  • Bar & Lounge
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Concierge
  • Complimentary Newspaper
  • Laundry Service
  • Casino
  • Fitness Center
  • Currency Exchange Service
  • High-Speed Internet Access
  • Multilingual Staff
  • Outdoor Pool
  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • Gardens
  • Car Rental
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • Satellite Television
  • Televisions
  • Business
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Family
  • Babysitting
  • Interests
  • City
  • Culture & Arts
  • Golf
  • Hotels
  • Spa & Wellness
  • Summer Getaways

Reviews for Es Saadi Marrakech Resort - Palace

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

When a hotel uses words like refinement, unique, sumptuous, exquisite, distinguished, contemporary, ultimate and exotic in its marketing brochures your expectations are high. Many don’t deliver on promises, but The Palace, in the Es Saadi Gardens and Resort possibly could have used even more superlatives. I loved my time her, in the heart of Hivernage. A few days was not enough! The grand, lobby began my impression, as did the heartfelt welcome of a staff so obviously trained in the specifics of treating guests as family. Looking around the lobby, the first thing I saw was an abundance of green and blue. I was taught the colors of green and blue should never be seen together; yet, in the lobby lounge bar area, fireside, where you can relax in a space of refinement and contentment, with a gin and tonic or Moroccan tea, the combination of these two colors in tiles, fabrics, and soft furnishings are as warm and inviting as a Berber welcome to the Sahara. There are three floors of generous-size rooms, all with balconies that look over the Palace's gardens of palms, citrus and lush lawn surrounding an over-sized swimming pool with its novel architecture of bridges that take you to the central Island Bar where one drink usually becomes two because of the friendly persuasions of the bar waiter. Children will love this pool. With your balcony doors wide open you can lie in bed and look out toward the snow-peaked Atlas Mountains. I did this one morning and somehow my morning became my afternoon. My reward was a peace and calm I’d forgotten how to taste because of the white noise of my busy life. Each floor of The Palace has a different color theme. Ruby Red. Majorelle Blue. Fresh Mint Green. I stayed on the red floor. The walls of the wide passageway leading to rooms are adorned with modern, vibrant art from all over Africa. A gallery exists with even more art of the first floor and is well worth your time. Each suite has its own unique, majestic entrance of beautiful hand-carved or hand-painted doors made from reclaimed cedar, with intricate, exquisite designs, adorned with raised three dimensional brass carvings and embellishments of camel bone and lacquer-aged to produce an antique appearance. Large knockers give the doors a Moorish touch. Even before entering my room, the word opulent hardly seems enough! Once inside my room, everything was as the marketing brochure had promised. Extras, like full bar fridge of water and soft drinks, espresso machine with coffee capsules, vases full of stunning roses, a plate of decadent sweets, a bowl of fresh fruits, and in the bathroom, black soap and scrub mitts was a signal that this hotel was big on small details. A substantial breakfast, fir for royalty, was included in my package. I ate it in the garden, but just as easily it could have been delivered to my room. All manner of breads, decadent cakes (I particularly loved the mini-cheesecakes), pancakes and pastries, as well as freshly squeezed juices, a cooked breakfast of my choosing, and the best coffee began another great day in Marrakech. This accommodation is perfect for the solo traveler, a couple celebrating a honeymoon or special anniversary or for a family holiday. I hope I can find many reasons to return to this accommodation.

Seagull2005 - Melbourne, Australia


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

We actually booked a room in the Es Saadi hotel and got upgraded to the Palace where the rooms are double the size and the garden, pool and spa are infinitely better. It was a really lovely place to stay, light (some Moroccan hotels seem to value living in very low light) spacious, attentive staff. I couldn't fault it! Really enjoyed the collection of contemporary Moroccan art on all the walls.

AlexDBrussels - Brussels, Belgium


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

I loved it all: the palace: very beautiful but not pretentious, the location: walking distance from the center, the room: a beautiful junior suite overlooking the garden & the huge piscine, and soundproof and most of all the service: at times a bit slow but otherwise smily, courteous and efficacious I have only one regret, I did not have time to visit their moroccan art gallery, but i will be back!

josyanmadiskaff - Beirut, Lebanon


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 months ago

Substantial and comfortable room. Awesome breakfast under palm trees opposite the pool. A good base and comfortable and convenient. The art exhibition is worth a visit and there are also interesting pictures and artefacts throughout the building.

WanderingAcademic - Plymouth, England


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 months ago

Es Saadi ticked all the boxes when I looked it online, we emailed the reservation department big shout out to Lamia Alfa, who was just awesome and so on the ball, we chopped and changed our dates due to flights and delays so thank you Lamia we will be back oh also ... when after all the hassle you were more than happy to book us in the best room with the best price. A family owned resort that the likes of Leo Di Caprio has visited.. who are we to judge when they have put the family have put their heart and soul into this hotel and resort! We stayed at the Palace and what an apt name, this was everything a Palace should be, the service impeccable and the rooms traditionally gorgeous. I have nothing bad to say about the beautiful place, only that no matter how much time you have there you will be sad to leave. The staff make you feel like family and the location and buildings make you feel like you are a Prince or Princess. The Spa is something I have never experienced and Ive seen a lot of Spas in my time, but this is something else, surrounding an old tree, respecting nature and a nod to the merge of city life and wildlife, wild birds soar through the skies as you sip chilled drinks on you sun lounger, admiring the lagoon, the biggest in Marrakech and also this hotel was the location where they filmed 'The Night Manager' so all you film buffs out there, this ones for you.. I have no comments or concern just that as soon as I get the chance ill be back!!! I would love to thank all the staff and management who made my stay and made it so relaxing and comfortable you guys truly are awesome, my favourite hotel...im wearing my complimentary slippers as I write this. P.S THE BREAKFAST IS AWESOME! K x

Kirsten M


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