February 7, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Le Palais Paysan in Marrakech, Morocco

Set on an emerald green lawn amidst the rustic red landscape of the Agafay Desert, Le Palais Paysan offers a stylish, idyllic retreat, complete with on-site farm and spa at the foot of the Atlas Mountains. Each of the hotel’s rooms showcase traditional Moorish handicrafts and feature outdoor spaces. There is also a mini spa, a poolside bar and a Mediterranean-influenced cafeteria. Le Palais Paysan is ideal for boutique hotel lovers, chic nomads and stylish romantics.

You can’t go wrong with a stay at Le Palais Paysan, which offers guests a blissful retreat from the bustling city of Marrakech. From the moment you arrive, you will be impressed by its beauty, views and surroundings. You will be able to spend your day taking part in a range of activities including horse and camel riding, mountain biking, hiking and golf. Le Palais Paysan offers everything you could need for an intoxicating and relaxing North African escape. Try a soothing massage in Le Palais Paysan’s small spa and be sure to book time at the hammam.

Location of Le Palais Paysan

Le Palais Paysan
Douar Akrich, Km 20 route d Amizmiz
40 000
Marrakech, Morocco

Nearest Airport: RAK

Amenities for Le Palais Paysan

  • General Information
  • Ecologically Sustainable Practices
  • Not Recommended for Children
  • Handicap Accessible Rooms
  • Pets Not Permitted
  • Handicap Accessible Facilities
  • Dining
  • Bar & Restaurant
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Pool
  • Shuttle Service
  • Spa on Property
  • Spa Services
  • WiFi
  • Wellness Center
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Bathrobes
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Private Terraces
  • Work Desks
  • WiFi
  • Activities
  • Cultural Classes
  • Yoga
  • Cultural Tours
  • Trail Riding
  • Wellness Programs
  • Camping
  • Camel Trekking
  • Horseback Riding
  • Nature Hikes
  • Business
  • Catering Services
  • Interests
  • Active & Adventure
  • Culture & Arts
  • Eco Friendly Luxury Vacations
  • Golf
  • Honeymoons & Romance
  • Hotels
  • Spa & Wellness

Reviews for Le Palais Paysan

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 months ago

Hidden up a bumpy road and deep in the Moroccan countryside was this fabulous hotel. We were immediately greeted by the team and Mustapha the manager who personally wished us a good stay. Our room was the ground floor room with a bath (but also had a shower attachment), which had its own terrace with loungers and table - and was immaculately presented. It overlooked the Atlas Mountains, and cute little winding paths led to the various amenities of he hotel through some lovely gardens. The hotel itself is relatively new - only opened around 2013 - but despite this, it really encourages guests to experience traditional Moroccan culture and had many activities that could be arranged to do this. You do not have to lift a finger as the staff are incredibly attentive and very genuine - you could have conversations with them for hours and they will happily tell you the delights of the surroundings and educate you on Berber culture. A gorgeous pool with an incredible view is there (although it is not heated so is freezing) - and there's a pool bar serving light bites and drinks. The restaurant fare is very good, although I would recommend going out for some dinners too as the menu is quite small. The pomodoro tagliatelle was probably better than what most Italian restaurants could make - all credit to the 2nd in charge chef on Sunday evening for this! We arranged horse riding on the on-site farm, where we could meet the donkeys and goats too - and feed them if we wanted to. We trekked around the hotel, well into the countryside and back again which we would never had seen had we not arranged the pony trek! I definitely recommend arranging the cookery class with chef Hafid - he really gave his time thoroughly and went above and beyond to ensure we got the full benefit of the class - including teaching us the different chef knife techniques to cut things properly! We had the choice of making traditional Moroccan fare - we chose a beef Tagine which we happily ate the same evening after slow cooking it for hours - but he even taught us how to make the wonderful Moroccan mint tea, plus took us on a tour of the grounds and showed us the home-grown vegetables and herbs they use on-site for dinner and lunch. A huge highlight was the Atlas mountain tour. Here, we saw how Argan oil was made, stopped off at various viewpoints for pictures and then trekked through the mountains with Mohammed - a local Berber man who showed us his village, and his family home, complete with cats and chickens - and his mother made us traditional Moroccan fare, which was incredible and a lovely touch. We stopped off at a local shop and bought a tagine pot for 50 dirhams (definitely buy all your cooking needs from locals and not at the airport!!). We also had incredible massages in the Spa - a range of treatments were available to suit everyone's tastes. The jacuzzi can be heated, for a fee - would recommend doing this towards the evening, as seeing the sun set amongst the mountains is a beautiful sight. The hotel is 40 mins or so from Marrakech so it is great if you want to experience the city for a day, but also want some quiet time in the evenings. There were only some small things that we felt were not up to scratch: the wifi is quite temperamental - we had to sit outside to receive any signal. The TV was also meant to have international channels, however this extended to French and German only - so excluded the UK guests somewhat. This however, did not impact on our stay. Overall, if you are after a quiet retreat with some culture but also the freedom to explore - this is the place for you. Thank you to all the staff here for making mine and my mum's stay a very personal and pleasurable one!


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 months ago

We stayed 4 nights with our teenage kids in Le Palais Paysan. We chose the hotel based on the many great reviews and were not disappointed. The location of Le Palais Paysan is very special. The grounds, the rooms, the pool and the restaurant are very tastefully developed. Staff are extremely friendly. We did the Atlas mountain tour including the camel ride and the Berber village lunch with a guide. That was a highlight for the trip. Highly recommended.

SanThom2000 - Amsterdam, The Netherlands

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 months ago

A fantastic place to stay in ! beautiful rooms, stunning location and vue, adorable and efficient staff, fantastic food and service with local products - All excellent and "sans faute" . I can highly recommend the Palais Paysan

charlottebialas - Paris, France

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 months ago

We went here in during Eid holidays as Ramadan ended. Stayed for 2 nights. Whole property was even more beautiful as presented in pictures. We stayed in for whole of the time without an idea of leaving the property. Infinity pool was amazing, rest area around the pool was intimate enough, there are sun beds under umbrellas or stationary sun beds under the improvised shelter from sun. Owners are architects so they have thought about the details and ergonomics of the whole property. There was a bar at the pool, prices for drinks were rather expensive (Casablanca restaurant price range) but price/performance for food was overall good. We both are vegetarians and there was enough to choose from for 1 lunch and 2 dinners. Massage/spa area was also great, we both had 30 min massages which we enjoyed a lot (and I'm usually detail oriented). I would recommend to choose ground floor room because then you can have significantly larger terrace are with some flora. Staff was well trained and extremely polite and helpful. Not charging for every small favour but really taking care of the guests. A definite "to return" place.

Ansis G - Riga, Latvia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 6 months ago

This beautiful resort is about 30 minutes drive from the airport and is hidden away in the middle of farmland. I highly recommend you get the hotel to organise a driver, because the road leading through the village to the resort requires some skills, which their drivers have in spades. The place itself is faultless. Gorgeous interiors, and stunning views (admire the Atlas Mountains while you tuck into your breakfast croissant). The pool is divine too. You can park your lounger under the shade of an olive tree and watch shepherds move their flocks in the distance. This place is ideal if you want seclusion and relaxation, and it's so quiet. The only sounds you hear are the donkeys and goats and roosters that belong to the property and the call to prayer coming across the hills. If you fancy a night out in Marrakesh the helpful staff will organise a driver to take you in and pick you up again later. We had one trip in and loved it, but for us the highlight was simply relaxing around the resort. From breakfast (loved the Berber eggs), we went straight to the pool, up to the terrace for lunch, back to the pool, dressed for dinner, and were in bed by 10. One evening we ordered another bottle of excellent local wine and sat on the outdoor (roofed) terrace, to watch a spectacular electrical storm flash across the landscape. What a show!


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