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This was our two day stay of the tour at Marrakech. The hotel is a fine venue, we found the gardens and pool exceptional!
After traveling for days it was great to swim, lounge by the pool - get a pool towel at the kiosk...More
Our hotel Le Caspien was based in this French built newer part of Marrakesh with lots of shops, cafes, restuarants and flats. These are mostly 20 & 21st century some in red stone finish others just in concrete. Carre -Eden shopping centre very upper French...More
At some point, the government decided that there should be a "new and progressive" city built, as the historic Medina has its limits. So in Gueliz, everything seems planned by a ruler: Long streets, roundabouts (lots!), Shopping Center (foodcourt included...), McDonalds, shoe shops, and the...More
Watch out the terrible traffic, when crossing the main streets, watch out the gaps and holes and destroyed pedestrian-path, overfilled garbage-collectors, dirty walk-way, and the normaly surrounding Frame for the orange-trees lining up the Boulevard are nearls everywhere missing......deep wholes-whatch out!
I visited an ice cream parlour around here. I cannot remember the name but it was such a nice place to just relax and escape the hustle and bustle of the old city. There are some nice shops in this area and some good places...More
My hotel was at the square itself, so for me visiting this place was default.
This is completely westernized and modern part of Marrakech - you will find all the great malls, all the international brands around here. This is the place that reminds you...More
i stayed in gueliz and found it very comfortable and more relaxing than staying in the medina. its like europe, its a moslem country, the streets are bustlikng with activity, i just liked the vibe (in certain areas more so).