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Oct 19, 2014
Sofitel Marrakech Palais Imperial
Great hotel, excellent staff, clean comfortable rooms. Highly recommend. See full review
Aug 28, 2014
The Sofitel Marrakech Palais Impérial is a magnificent Moorish palace set in the middle of luxurious gardens of palm trees and bougainvilleas. The immense columns and sculpted ceilings, traditional zelliges, carpets and artwork, are beautiful invitationsto succumb to the combined charms of Eastern hospitality and the excellence of the French way of life. You can hear the bustle of the Medina whilst looking out onto the snow-covered peaks of the Atlas Mountains.
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No smoking rooms/facilities
No smoking rooms/facilities
Fitness center or spa
24 hour front desk
Car rental desk
Doctor on call
Audio visual equipment
Hairdryer in room
Sprinklers in rooms
Nearby points of interest
Koutoubia Mosque: 0.6 mi
Abd El Aziz Mosque: 0.6 mi
El Badii Palace: 0.6 mi
Bab El Robb: 0.8 mi
Rahba Lakdima: 0.9 mi
Dar Si Said Museum: 1.1 mi
Majorelle Gardens: 1.3 mi
Menara Gardens: 1.3 mi
Mellah: 1.3 mi
Lycee Mohamed V: 1.5 mi
Bab El Khémis: 1.8 mi
Zaouia Sidi Youssef Ben Ali: 1.9 mi
Agdal Gardens: 2 mi
The best extra virgin olive oil is the secret behind the delicious Mediterranean menu of L'Oasis, a relaxed Marrakech restaurant on a poolside terrace. Feast on lobster marrakchi or healthy salade niçoise with a platter of French cheeses.
Fragrant herbs and Moroccan spices infuse the buffet tables of Le Jardin, a relaxed breakfast spot or lunch restaurant in Marrakech. The whole family can indulge in dishes as diverse as tagine, rôtisserie or sushi.
Buried in lush gardens around the gleaming white, avant-garde So Lounge, discover the authentic oriental flavors of Moroccan ingredients, beautifully prepared with a contemporary French twist. Live cultural spectacles enliven each evening's meal.
Savor authentic French cuisine by Dominique Oudin in our gourmet Marrakech restaurant: foie gras with berries, bouillabaisse... or try harira, tagine or a couscous dish by Ahmed Ed-Defaa. Culinary heights - matched by magnificent mountain views.
Settle on the terrace of this cosmopolitan Marrakech bar and watch the sun drop over the edge of your glass... priceless. Fresh juices feature local fruits, while the drinks menu ranges from Veuve Cliquot to local Moroccan beers and bubbles.
Taste afternoon tea with a delicious twist in this refined Marrakech bar. Tea rituals span the orient, with mint plucked fresh from the Jardin des Senteurs and almond cakes hot from the patisserie chef's oven.
This Marrakech resort is dedicated to pleasure and the poolside bar makes it easy to relax. Cool off with a swim, then emerge to a refreshing cocktail or freshly squeezed fruit juice, immaculately served and perfectly chilled.
¤ The So Lounge will be for private use only during the Marrakech International Film Festival¤ Entry to So is free for hotel guests until midnight, excluding weekends and special events
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The hotel defined excellence.
From the moment you arrive to the minute you leave, the staff were attentive to our every need.
We stayed in the opera suite, overlooking the pool.
The suite was huge, the facilities great and the staff went the
extra mile to provide everything and anything we needed.
Inside the hotel, the bar and club was brilliant.
Location was perfect and close to all one may want to go visit, yet far enough to be away from it all.
100% must stay place!!!
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
Theatro Club at Es Saadi gardens and Palace.
The most amazing night in Marrakech on a Saturday night
We stayed in a junior suite, which was lovely. Location very good with walking distance (approx. 20 min.) to the medina (old city/souk area). Very pricy menu. If staying there at peak seasons you have to get up eary in the morning to "secure"
sunbeds. Helpful staff, however it takes time to get someone to take your orders by the pool or to have things fixed/missing towels etc. in your rooms replaced. Good value for money when booking early.