Adam Park Hotel & Spa Marrakech5.0 out of 5.0
Adam Park Hotel & Spa Marrakech5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Stayed 2 nights during our Leger Spain & Morocco tour. This had to be the best hotel but as with the other places we stayed at in Morocco there are some bad points. We were very lucky and were allocated a massive room with a fridge, microwave and even a small kitchen range. However some of our group had basement rooms that didn't even have a window. We also had probably the biggest balcony we've ever had with a sofa at each end and a lovely view over the garden courtyard. We had a free safe but it was a little temperamental. Probably needs replacing. The shower cubicle was huge (more like a room) with an overhead rain shower. Wi fi was free and worked everywhere I tried it around the hotel. Large pool with pool bar and nice lobby bar with a very friendly and efficient barman. It is close to the airport but we didn't hear any aircraft noise at night. The first one we heard was around 7-40am. Our one complaint is the number of small birds flying around the restaurant at breakfast. The staff just walked past them and left them in peace to peck at the rolls and cakes. Maybe acceptable in Morocco but not to UK standards.
Stayed only one night in the fabulous hotel. Huge pool, nice rooms, courteous staff and nice breakfast. Rooms are quite big and all modern things are placed at right places. It does have a huge swimming pool but i did not have a chance to swim. Best place to stay if your itinerary has Marrakech.
This was not a 5 star hotel as we know them to be in the UK. I would say it was a 3.5 star at best, though a 3 star shouldn’t sound so daunting, it’s middle of the road after all. We moved to a 4 star hotel after our stay here and it was the total opposite; we were so thankful for the move! • The hotel and rooms were very clean. • The interior and exterior of the hotel was beautiful; the rose gardens were exceptional. • The rooms themselves could do with a massive overhaul, fresh paint on the furniture and perhaps a shower screen in the bathroom to stop the water from spraying all of the sides where all our toiletries were placed. However, they were liveable and not unpleasant (merely pointing out they were not 5 star). • The noise!! Don’t expect to sleep past 7:30; the neighbouring doors simply won’t shut unless you slam them. The noise goes straight through you, worse than an alarm and thus, you are awake! • The breakfast that is included was, below par for a 5 star hotel. I expected so much more! The coffee was utterly horrendous and the options for a vegetarian/vegan were poor; I ate jam on toast most days. • Spa was ok, the Hammam was great, though I paid 500DI for a ‘greedy Hammam’ And they messed it up and gave me the wrong treatment. When I complained that I’d had almost the same, apart from a mud mask, treatment as my sister who paid 200DI, and I didn’t get the massage that was included in this, they sent the therapist back to complete the treatment. However; it was very disappointing that I did not receive a massage as we all know it, instead she just spent only 10 mins rubbing Shea butter into my body. The extra 300DI was a total waste of money and I implore people to consider the 200DI Hammam instead and save themselves money! • We went up the road to the supermarket to get some bottles of water instead of paying £3 for a bottle at the hotel, they were 40p at the supermarket. We were told off on our way back into the hotel by security, which makes the mind boggle?! This is not an all inclusive resort, they give you a fridge and you have to find your own meals bar breakfast?! Of course they just want to rinse any bit of money they can from you - typical Moroccans it seems! This hotel is better suited to business conferences than it is a holiday destination; it does not have a holiday feel at all. 3/5 - though like I said, don’t fear, that is a middle of the road score for a middle of the road hotel.
Adams Park is a great hotel. Very spacious and staff are friendly and bilingual (at least at reception and customer care). I wa happy that they did an upgrade for us to suites which made our staff enjoyable. Breakfast is great and the pool too and gym.Guest relations person was helpful.
Currently staying here and all I can say is whilst some amenities may be good (the spa).. trying to get some rest is non existent. Thin walls, screeching people and loud music constantly is tiring and not relaxing at all. The reception do not do much about it. The restaurants on site are a RIP OFF!! Walk five minutes out the front take a left to the supermarket which is a shopping centre has great barbecue meat place you won’t burn your money with. Other than that head for the medina for some street food! Staff - not very helpful apart and quite rude particularly the breakfast ones! There is a lady from the tour shop who was great.
some distance from the town, large hotel, clean, breakfast was ok but had to cross a large courtyard in the cold of late March to get the breakfast. WiFi was.ok but not the speediest. Rooms were clean and spacious. we went with a group of 9 there were no facilities to make a cup of coffee in the morning and there was no mini bar to access only a refrigerator that was switched off -
The hotel was very nice. Although some of the things in the room where a bit old, it seem to be very clean in general. The rooms are spacious enough, specially if you have a balcony. However, we did not stay in the hotel much since there was so much to see and so in Marrakech. The breakfast is European style mostly, but they have fresh omelet and Msemen (must try. It’s made fresh). The gym is lacking in cardio equipment, the view things they did have did not work. Overall, the hotel is up to western standards and most definitely comfortable enough to stay at to sleep.
Nice place, close to the airport. 10 minutes by taxi to the town centre. My room was cleaned, staff always kind and helpful. I only used breakfast and it was good. I recommend this place as a base for work reasons.
The only problem was it was a bit out of town, not that the taxis were expensive. There is a large pool and they serve an excellent breakfast....have your eggs cooked how you like with cumin...the local way. The rooms were large and very comfortable
Marrakech was our last destination on our family trip to Morroco. the hotel was very nice with nice rooms, a pool, and nice stuff. we also went to " Morrocan hamam " at the hotel ( you order and pay for it at the hotel) it was really good .
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free valet and self parking
- Onsite dining
Located in Agdal within 2 miles (3 km) of Agdal Gardens, Adam Park Hotel & Spa Marrakech is within a few miles (5 km) of other popular sights such as Saadian Tombs. This 226-room, 5-star hotel has a full-service spa along with free in-room WiFi and free valet parking.
Enjoy dining at one of 2 onsite restaurants including International, which specializes in international cuisine. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge. For your convenience, breakfast is available for a fee.
Guests can expect to find free WiFi and 32-inch an LCD TV with satellite channels. Beds sport premium bedding and the bathroom offers a hair dryer and free toiletries. Other standard amenities include a balcony or patio, a minibar, and free newspapers.
Guests of Adam Park Hotel & Spa Marrakech enjoy features like a full-service spa, free WiFi in public areas, and a 24-hour business center. A stay here includes free valet parking. A multilingual staff is on hand to assist with securing valuables, dry cleaning/laundry, and concierge services. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include a free kid's club, a computer station, and a terrace.
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72.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 908 reviews