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With ten beautifully designed suites in the heart of the medina, plus a pool, award-winning spa (with marble hammams and restful treatment rooms), restaurant and roof terrace, Le Farnatchi ticks all the boxes for a Marrakech short break in superlative style.

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The hotel is in the heart of the medina. You're close to the Maison de la Photographie de Marrakech and the historic Islamic college Ben Youssef Madrasa, one of the city's top sights.

Transfers from the airport to the hotel are complimentary.

By plane: London or Manchester to Marrakech takes around 3 hours 45 minutes, after which, it's a 20-minute drive to the hotel. Book flights to Marrakech.

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The hotel is built around three courtyards, which can feel a bit maze-like. The décor is authentic Moroccan, with carved wood and plaster, colourful tiles and richly coloured textiles - and looks splendid.


Staff are friendly and efficient. Thoughtful touches include complimentary tea and coffee throughout the day, and guests are given a mobile phone, which is ideal if you're lost or need advice.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Garden
  • Swimming pool
  • Spa
  • Games room
  • Free Wi-Fi


Most suites have a terrace, but whichever you choose, you'll have a stunning individually-designed space, complete with traditional features (colourful rugs, a handmade bed and intricate plasterwork). Bathrooms contain Molton Brown toiletries.

Room types: Suite 1-10

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, air conditioning, TV, docking station, phone, Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

The restaurant Le Trou au Mur is across the street and is set over three floors with a rooftop terrace. It serves classic Moroccan cuisine, which you can also order to dine in-suite. We recommend the charmoula sardines stuffed with spiced vegetables followed by mixed mershoui (three different cuts of roast lamb) served with grilled courgettes.

Le Trou au Mur: rooftop restaurant, Moroccan cuisine. Open daily for lunch and dinner.

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