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“beautiful garden”(985 reviews)
“exotic plants”(206 reviews)
Nicely designed and maintained gardens, similar to those of Generalife in Granada, Spain. It’s a good place to recoup from the intensity of the market atmosphere.
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
As featured in 3 Days in Marrakech
Rue Yves Saint Laurent, Marrakech 40000, Morocco
+212 5243-13047
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 4 June 2006

While I love hustly, bustly Marrakech, there are some times when you want a bit more tranquility and you'll find it here. The Jardin Majorelle is about a 25 min walk from the Djeema - I recommend getting a cab instead! The Jardin Majorelle was...More

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Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed 20 December 2013

The Jardin was nice...that's about the best I can say. I would give it three stars except that the restaurant was ridiculously priced.

24  Thank Deanno
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All reviews yves saint laurent beautiful garden exotic plants water features an oasis worth a visit busy city the hustle and bustle small museum entrance fee couple of hours berber culture cactus ysl bamboo memorial queue
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Reviewed yesterday

We went mid-day which meant a long line and then essentially shuffling around people posing and taking lots of photos once inside the property. It is a beautiful bit of outdoor space to wander through and I loved the intimate studio (majorelle blue building) that...More

Thank Cotsuka
Reviewed yesterday

A good place to chill out for up to 30 minutes if you want a break from the noise of the city. Nothing mind blowing, but quite relaxing. The cafe has a good coffee and service. Not convinced about the pricing though.

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Reviewed yesterday

I love a bit of peace and tranquility, and being surrounded by nature and have been in many beautiful parks and botanical gardens in many countries. It was a 7 euro entry fee. I thought for that kind of money it would be quite big...More

Thank ThePinkSlug123
Reviewed yesterday

The garden is big and so pretty. There are lots of shade places, exceptional water features and decent areas to calm down and relax. I further went for the Berber museum tour which was amazing. It gets a little pricey though as the ticket costs...More

Thank AustinJulia
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

How’s the serenity in this beautiful garden. Tucked inside the high walls lies a tranquil place, so different to our ideas of a traditional garden. With typical Yves St Laurent style, only his panache could have envisaged such beauty and colour in cactus and bamboo....More

Thank noosadoer
Reviewed yesterday

We walked out from the Medina to the Jardin Majorelle - about a half hour walk. We queued to enter the gardens, perhaps again about half an hour (well maintained queues etc). The gardens do have lovely cactii, bamboo etc. however are in the terms...More

Thank ncm1965
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Vert small, ceowdy and ezpensive place. Absolutely nothing to see, no interesting plants nor animals. Reading all other reviews I've got an impression we're talking about totally different place. One can spend time in Marrakesh in much more interesting way.

Thank Jan G
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

There’s a reason Jardin Majorelle is hyped as one of the must-sees of Marrakech- it really is beautiful. But the problem with a must-see in our social media culture is that it’s now a must-be-seen. Some of the most photo-worthy spots or places that had...More

Thank rsilv01
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This beautiful garden have a LOT of different spices of trees, palms and cactus! The very special blue colour is amazing and water is also in the garden! There is a nice cafe’ in the garden as well!

Thank Lennart S
Reviewed yesterday

It is definitely "must see" at Marrakech. I recommend for everybody to by tickets for all: YSL museum, garden and berber museum. YSL museum is not big but it is exelent! I have never been so close to some "houte coiture" pieces! After that you...More

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30 October 2018|
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Response from jenniferrY3048MH | Reviewed this property |
I was able to pay with a card in some places. Not all. Best to be prepared with cash.
6 July 2018|
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Response from Gwen2930 | Reviewed this property |
Not that i know of.. we went there by taxi from the hotel (middle of the old town) and asked the same driver to pick us up .... this for 140 dirham. Therefore i won’t risk driving with my car in that traffic because that’s... More
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Response from Roberto C | Reviewed this property |
Well, I did have a tour guide for my first day and also to go to the sites as he already got the tickets and we did not have to queue under the sun. The Majorelle Garden is far from te Medina and we stayed at The Riad Dar... More