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La Villa Des Orangers
Why we like it
- La Villa Des Orangers is in the heart of Marrakech with rooms and suites set in a large garden with patios and fountains
- The restaurant serves delightful Moroccan and Mediterranean cuisine
- A traditional Hammam offers traditional treatments with black soap, ghassoul wraps and rose water
- The hotel has three pools, one a large heated pool surrounded by gardens and sun decks
- Other facilities include a sun terrace, lounges and bars, a selection of lovely, secluded courtyards and a boutique
- We recommend the private Riad featuring two apartments, a winter lounge and private pool
Although the busy medina is on your doorstep the tranquility that we found at Villa des Orangers felt like we were miles away.
It’s been a pleasure working with Ailine on the past two trips (Morocco and Iceland). Her efficiency, attention to detail and prompt action have been hugely valuable and ultimately led to the delivery of two hugely successful trips which our clients have been beyond impressed by.
- GB, London
La Villa Des Orangers is a lovely, intimate hotel where everything has been carefully designed to ensure a completely relaxing stay. The deluxe rooms and suites are decorated in rich, warm hues, some with individual roof terraces looking out onto the open courtyards. White walls accented with beige and orange tones are complemented by wood furnishings.
The pretty central courtyard, shaded by orange trees, is a lovely spot for breakfast, whilst the rooftop terrace is a real sun trap and great for afternoon tea.
The hotel is a 400 metre walk from Jemaa El Fna Square and the Koutoubia mosque and, as such, is an ideal base from which to venture out in the noise and colour of ancient Marrakech.
Best time to be there
Morocco is warm and sunny year round. The best time to visit is mid-February to June and September to December. Coastal Morocco is cooled by sea breezes. The peaks of the Atlas Mountains are snow-capped for most of the year.
Marrakech (BA, Royal Air Maroc, Easyjet); Agadir (Easyjet); Casablanca (Royal Air Maroc and Air Arabia); Tangiers (Royal Air Maroc & Air Arabia); Essaouira (Easyjet); Fes (Ryanair)
3 hrs 15 mins - 4 hrs 20 mins
Not required for UK passport holders
No mandatory vaccinations required
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