July 19, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Palmeraie Golf Palace & Resort in Marrakech, Morocco
Surrounded by the natural beauty of Marrakech in Morocco lies the luxurious Palmeraie Golf Palace & Resort – part of the Lifestyle collection of Preferred Hotels & Resorts. With the gorgeously snow-capped Atlas Mountains as a backdrop, the resort features spectacular rooms that offer complete comfort and relaxation. Lounge on your own private terrace, overlooking the golf course, and bask in the luxury of amazing classical Moroccan and contemporary design. While the focus of the Palmeraie Golf Palace is self-explanatory, this resort provides an amazing stay for every guest, from the adventurous to those looking to leave their worries behind and simply sink into the lap of luxury.
With one of the most beautiful golf courses in Marrakesh, designed by Robert Trent Jones, its a golfers paradise. The 27-hole golf course of the Palmeraie offers some of the best golfing in Marrakech. The course will provide a perfect golf experience for golfers of any level. For a more relaxing vacation, experience the luxurious resort spa, where the massages and hot baths of the hammam will melt your stress away. Or perhaps recline on a plush day bed and sip a cocktail next to one of the five resplendent pools. To experience of the local magic of Marrakech spend a day in the Djemaa el fna Square, the historic heart of the old city. Here jugglers, acrobats, and snake charmers provide exotic entertainment while souks offer traditional delicacies.
Location of Palmeraie Golf Palace & Resort
Nearest Airport: RAK
Amenities for Palmeraie Golf Palace & Resort
- 24-Hour Room Service
- Bar & Lounge
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Center
- In-Room Amenities
- In-Room Safes
- Golf Lessons
- Business Center
- Kids Club
Reviews for Palmeraie Golf Palace & Resort
We needed a break from the medina, so we took a taxi out to Palmeraie. First we took a fun camel ride and then we wandered into the Palmeraie Palace. Just what we needed! We purchased day pool passes and booked hammam bath and massages. It was wonderful and just what we needed after a busy and hot week in Morocco.
We had just had four glorious nights in a riad and were planning to relax and be pampered for the last three days in Morocco for my 50th birthday. I booked this resort because it had so much going on and so many restaurants to try plus a Brasilia dinner show which I wanted to spend my birthday at. We arrived at the resort very hot after a day sight seeing only to be asked to hand over our credit card for a deposit ( which we don't have as I don't like them) my husband got very upset so we were off to a good start.we had already paid for the stay before we arrived. They decide to close our account and let us pay cash which we prefer. Our room was nice just like the picture but the were biting ants on the balcony so we could sit out plus the TVs didn't have any English channels. We went out for a swim in one of the three pools then went to sleep. Next morning we had a nice breakfast buffet. And went to go to the pool only to find the big pool empty. So there was only the small pool with about 20 loungers. During the course of the day we spoke to other guests and found out that everything was closed!!! Only the snack bar and cafe open. No show and no spa either. There were maybe 20 guests in a 3000 room resort! I got very upset as all my plans were out the window. We decided to have the evening buffet that they put on for guests but also for outside people to break Ramadam. That was good. That night our phone rand at 2.00 in the morning but no one was on the other end so we were worried that something was wrong. The next day was cold! No sun so we sat watching my Ipad then in the afternoon went for a swim when the sun came out. I decided that we should go back to the city and find a dinner show which we did and it was a great night. I feel very disappointed by the resort. They were obviously closing down for the end of the season and being greedy by taking on a few guests. I choose this place because of what they offered. At no point did anyone whom worked there tell us that anything was closed at all.very bad. Might be nice on April in season. The place rates its self as five star but I would say four. It's a bit tatty. The furniture was damaged the carpet was dirty. The wood needed replacing on the balcony etcetc. My advice? Stay away June. July. August.
My company (which is operating in Morocco) sponsored for the second time "La Coupe du Portugal", a golf tournament. For that I was offered to spend that weekend at the hotel. And I took advantage of that and invited my family to join me coming over from Portugal. Well, back in 2016 I noticed that a Massimo Dutti costume was missing. But it was old and I did not care or had the certitude that it was stollen. But this year it happened again. Now with 100% certitude of what happened: from my roon two brand new with tags LACOSTE POLOS were robbed, valued in 2500,00 MAD (+/- 250 USD). I tried to fill in a complain but it was denied. I phone called the hotel more than 40 times - I work in Casablanca and the hotel is in Marrakech - and I never had the chance to speak with the general manager Mr. Sintissi. Everybody (guest relations, his secretary, house keeping, etc.) was aware of the problem and nevertheless I was constantly played by the persons who handled service calls which were more concerned on switching from one to the other: clear and unequivocal attemps to force me to give up. Even worse the general manager just did not care to solve the problem or even to listen to me. It is disgraceful to avoid the resolution of a problem. Small robbery can happen in Morocco but hotels and general manages should be professional enough to deal with those situations. I will never step foot again in this hotel.
franciscopeixoto - Casablanca, Morocco
The look and the odours of an old place, in agony. Nothing exciting, thus only probably suitable for the newly weds and the nearly deads. The service is below european hostels. Personel does not really understand foreign languages. Waste of time, so sorry.
Calin Gabriel P
One of the most beautiful hotels of the hundreds I have stayed in. Built 25 years ago in traditional mosaic/wood/tile geometric style. Small courtyards of rooms clustered within well tended gardens around a series of connected pools, some of which were for swimming. Constantly serenaded with birdsong. Excellent service. Superb for relaxing. My colleagues in the anonymous, modern, "could be anywhere" Hotel du Golf in the same complex were envious of the Palmeaie's atmoshere. Food was less traditional than I would have liked - catering for western tastes. My shower screen flooded the floor every day but this was scupiously, and invisibly, cleaned up every day, so that just added to the charm. WONDERFUL!
TASJF - Reading