December 9, 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
I was staying at the pavilion du golf for 4 days and needed some good food the man working youseff was the most hospitable and kind Iâ€™ve ever met he made me feel right at home and offered the best service Iâ€™ve received from his smile to remembering my name he not only provided great service, but also made me feel welcome, and provided great conversation. 5 stars all around and I recommend asking for him specifically to serve his English,French and Arabic are exceptional and heâ€™s hands down the best in the business - Zak
Much of the critics focus on the fact that Palmeraie is no luxury palace and doesnâ€™t deserve its 5 stars. Well, at less than $250/night for a basic room i say: good value for money. The infrastructure is getting old and the service is more 3,5 stars than 5. But i found everyone useful and friendly. The outside pool while not heated is very pleasant. The food is OK but not great. The SPA is a bit outdated but has a warm inside pool. Th golf is very pleasant. The kids club is basic but practical and took good care of our children. The shuttle to the medina is OK while not too often - taxi ride is 20 minutes and about 100 dirhams. If you have children, select a ground floor room on the south side of the compound. Overall the Palmeraie is a great option for families looking for a decent infrastructure that probably was indeed a palace 20years ago but which is now a 4 star hotel priced as such. Fair deal!
Nick of Paris - Paris
Although I have rated this hotel average, there are aspects of the Palmaraie Palace that far exceed this and deserve an 'excellent' vote namely the gardens which are beautiful and immaculately kept, the huge and impressive physical buildings themselves and the decent golf course. We came via the agency Voyage Prive for five nights this October with our teenage offspring aged 14 & 17. This is a vast hotel complex made up of the Palmaraie Palace hotel, a separate golf hotel, countless restaurants, an enormous spa & gym, a small parade of local souk-like shops, a strange Ibiza style daytime club/pool place called Nicki Beach, a lot of smart looking holiday houses beside the golf course, a 27 hole golf course with a club, a kids club, gardens, pools & fountains galore.. On arrival at about 8pm we were delighted by the opulent entrance & lobby area of the hotel - a great first impression, however our check in was a bit underwhelming, no welcome mint tea or even anyone at the desk waiting for us. Thankfully I had read on previous reviews that it is vital to book your table at one of the restaurants long in advance. Had I not, then we would have had to have had room service as the receptionist confirmed. Our rooms were very spacious and we were extremely pleased with them - again an 'excellent' vote.. The children had a much nicer balcony than ours overlooking the pool & gardens it was big, beautiful & light, ours had 'golf course view' although I couldn't see the golf course & it was rather dark with a view of bushes & the netting surrounding the fairway. There was a tantalising glimpse of the Atlas Mountains in the distance though.. The real thing that lets this hotel down is the the food. It is not great & we all ended up with dodgy tummies with my poor husband having to spend 24 hours in bed. In fact three of the four of us are still suffering even now, the day after our return home. The breakfast which is varied as you would expect in a huge five star hotel, is served in a bizarre aircraft hanger type conference room which is dark and grim. We sat outside on a patch of grass outside which was much better. The different restaurants are very new looking - really rather smart albeit in a 'themed' way. The food was just not great though & I fear that hygiene behind the scenes was not up to par. My son & I enjoyed three mornings golf where we hired clubs & a buggy. It was a well kept course, rather flat as you would expect on the outskirts of Marrakech but very attractive. There were a number of chic French golfing parties at the hotel enjoying a break in the sunshine. The food & service & general cleanliness - particularly in relation to the food, let things down. Some of the staff were lovely but it was patchy. The bedrooms were immaculately cleaned so it wasn't altogether bad. Also, there were only two very tiny bottles of water in the room which wasn't enough at all & no glasses or cups in the room. There were no tea or coffee making facilities. These little things are important to a guests comfort. So five star things are; the buildings, the gardens, the golf course, the pool (although freezing cold). The 1 or 2 star things are; the food, some of the service & the lack of drinking water in the rooms. Would we return? If the food & service and bizarre breakfast ambiance improved then yes! I would like to play golf in Marrakech again but might try the four seasons instead. I hope this review is helpful to you.
LJPUk - UK
We chose this hotel for the Arabian and Moorish architecture and we were not disappointed. Beautiful buildings, lovely gardens and pool areas. Bedrooms were fine with picturesque views from the balconies towards the Atlas mountains. Bathrooms appeared a little tired looking. There were no tea and coffee making facilities in the bedrooms so be sure to pack your travel kettle. We stayed in October and found the hotel peaceful and uncrowded. The staff were brilliant, helpful and courteous. A special big thank you to Youssef in the French restaurant who was great fun and made our stay even more enjoyable
John R - Maldon, United Kingdom
The hotel is very beautiful, however, needs some uplifting. Great swimming pool. They have great restaurants on site too. Huge and beautiful breakfast every morning. The staff who works there is other story: everyone is very slow and barely speaks any english, not very very friendly, even rude. Housekeeping is not doing their best too. Hotel is holding a lot of conferences, so always full of people in suites, etc. That is quite annoying when you are on your holidays.