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La Mamounia Marrakech

Hivernage 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Called "the most lovely spot in the whole world" by the late British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, this property has actually improved with age and constant renovation — Star Service

Since 1923, Morocco's most prestigious hotel has achieved legendary status for its opulence, grandeur, celebrity guest list, and hefty price tag. — Fodor's

A vivid reimagining by a design great transformed this classic into a stunning Arabesque masterpiece. — Gayot

As much a landmark as the Koutoubia Mosque and Jemaa El Fna, the Mamounia has been hosting movie stars, heads of state and royalty since 1923. — DK Eyewitness

A five-minute walk from Marrakech's central Jemaa el Fna square, this "gorgeous hotel" inside the old medina offers "unsurpassed service" and "perfection in every way." — Condé Nast Traveler

Riad Farnatchi

Medina 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Hidden behind an unmarked wood door in Marrakech, Riad Farnatchi hotel is a carved, inlaid, art-decorated take on a traditional Moroccan home designed by Jonathan Wix entirely for his guests' comfort. — Mr & Mrs Smith

Chic, intimate, and luxurious... This is one boutique riad where you feel like you're getting what you paid for. — Frommer's

Riad Farnatchi’s nine beautifully decorated rooms never let you forget you’re in Morocco, with tadelakt walls, Berber carpets, hand-forged lamps, and handsomely hand-tiled bedside tables. — Condé Nast Traveler

Buried deep in the medina, Farnatchi is sheer luxury. It’s an all suite hotel with Philippe Starck fittings and custom-made furniture. — DK Eyewitness

It is rare, even in this eclectic town, to find a lodging that blends contemporary design, modern facilities, and the hospitable service and decor of a traditional riad — Star Service

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La Sultana Marrakech

Agdal 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Sultana hasn't forsaken the razzle-dazzle of its Moroccan roots in favour of restrained glamour. — Lonely Planet

A collection of five riads combinedto create a 28-room luxury hotel with an intimate spa, a roof top restaurant with panoramic views of Marrakech. — Oyster

La Sultana, set against the flamingo-dotted Oualidia lagoon, has 11 rooms and suites that showcase Moroccan craftsmanship with marble floors, terra-cotta tile work, and sandstone ceilings. — Afar Magazine

This is one of the largest and most luxurious riads in the medina. — Frommer's

There's a certain over-the-top charm to this series of five luxurious riads of palatial proportions. — Fodor's

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Jnane Tamsna

The Palmery 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A-list celebrities (Brad Pitt, Giorgio Armani, David Bowie) flock to this North African nirvana with cloistered patios, reading nooks and sunny terraces amid 9 hectares of organic gardens. — Lonely Planet

The word jnane means "garden," and this, the third of Meryanne Loum-Martin's jet-set luxury properties, lives up to its name. — Fodor's

Brad Pitt, Hugh Grant, and David Bowie are among the A-listers fond of this serene Palmeraie retreat. — Frommer's

Visionary Senegalese interior designer Meryanne Loum-Martin introduced the boutique-hotel concept to Marrakesh with a pair of posh villas that put the city on A-list travelers' maps. — Concierge

Moorish arches frame views of the organic gardens, and shed light on co-owner Meryanne Loum-Martin's extensive contemporary African art collection. — The Telegraph

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from $213

La Maison Arabe

Medina 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Though not as famous as the Mamounia, this is arguably Marrakesh’s classiest hotel, a gorgeous nineteenth-century mansion that’s been restored with fine traditional workmanship. — Rough Guide

With ivy-strewn courtyards, antique-slung corridors, and open fires crackling in cedarwood salons, La Maison Arabe is the epitome of Moroccan elegance. — Frommer's

La Maison Aribe is a luxurious boutique hotel built around an interior courtyard with 12 guest rooms and 14 suites, all decorated in unique and color-saturated Moroccan style. — Oyster

This legendary restaurant turned glamorous guesthouse sits in the sweet spot between a riad and hotel, incorporating three impressive restaurants, a slinky bar, culinary classes and a sumptuous spa. — The Telegraph

The first boutique hotel in Marrakech still holds its own against all latecomers. It has a genteel air, with a colonial bar and a garden pool. — DK Eyewitness

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La Villa des Orangers - Hotel

Medina 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Officially classified as a hotel, this place is in fact a riad in the true sense of the term: an old house around a patio garden. — Rough Guide

A grand residence that once belonged to a judge, this boutique hotel has 16 rooms ranged around two beautiful courtyards. — DK Eyewitness

An intimate 27-room luxury boutique hotel with authentic Moroccan style. — Oyster

Facing the Royal Palace, this is a handsome hideaway, where corridors adorned with richly carved stucco and zellij tilework lead to a courtyard perfumed by namesake orange trees. — Frommer's

Sipping mint tea while songbirds tweet sweetly amid the orange blossom is the real luxury of this 27-room Relais & Chateaux riad. — The Telegraph

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El Fenn

Medina 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This sublime 21 suite riad is a perfect combination of Asian glamour and pedigreed European-style creature comforts. — Condé Nast Traveler

For high-octane creative types who want real style, Vanessa Branson (sister of the British entrepreneur) has created this riad "adventure". — Fodor's

This riad is designed in three sections of accommodation, which surround their own quiet courtyard with tweeting birds and trickling fountains — Star Service

Serene and seductive Moorish lair made up of three adjacent palaces, with a growing celeb guest-list and a rooftop pool. — Jetsetter

Offers art-house rooms with wow-factor, an exceptional buffet breakfast and a courtyard pool shaded by palms, five minutes from snake-charmers, acrobats and street-food vendors. — The Telegraph

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Royal Mansour Marrakech

Medina 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Built by King Mohammed VI to celebrate the very best in Moroccan design and craftsmanship, this is one of the most spectacular hotels in the world. — Insight Guides

The King of Morocco spared no expense when he commissioned the Royal Mansour to be built... resulting in a sprawling, gilded palace that truly earns its royal title. — Oyster

So grand is Royal Mansour, tucked in a verdant eight-acre compound in Marrakech's bustling medina, that it could have only been created by kingly ambitions——which it was. — Concierge

So grand is Le Royal Mansour, tucked in a verdant eight-acre compound in Marrakech’s bustling medina, that it could have only been created by kingly ambitions—which it was. — Condé Nast Traveler

The gold standard of luxury hotels in Marrakech. — The Telegraph

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Dar Les Cigognes

Medina 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

In summer, breakfast and dinner are taken on the roof terrace of the building that was once a 17th-century merchant's townhouse. — Time Out

This luxury boutique hotel, run by a Swiss–American couple, gets consistently good reports. — Rough Guide

Today, that house has been transformed by architect Charles Boccara into one of the most opulent hotels in town. — Insight Guides

An elegant, 11-room boutique hotel, complete with spa and cookery school. — The Telegraph

Charles Boccara-designed boutique hotel in Marrakech’s historic medina, with a traditional hammam and an award-winning kitchen. — Jetsetter

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Palais Namaskar

The Palmery 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

You'll feel like incognito royalty... you can wander through 12 acres of lush gardens and ponds before ducking into your own palace-style accommodation, many with Atlas mountain views. — Fodor's

Palais Namaskar, just outside Marrakech, offers soothing rooms and a rooftop bar with fabulous views of the Atlas mountains. — The Telegraph

Book one of the six Junior Suites: each is like a small lake palace that opens out onto 1,800 square feet of private garden space with shimmering reflecting pools. — Travel + Leisure

A palatial new resort with 41 villas and suites on the edge of the Palmeraie, Marrakech's posh desert suburb. — Condé Nast Traveler

A 41-room luxury hotel set on 12 acres of meticulously landscaped property in the upscale La Palmeraie, a quiet enclave tucked between the Atlas Mountains and the Djebilet Hills. — Oyster

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Riad Kniza

Medina 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This 18th-century riad... offers the complete package of traditional architecture, authentic furnishings, and, above all, overwhelmingly hospitable service. — Frommer's

Dating from the 18th century, this is an almost unique example of a Marrakech riad, in that it is owned and run by Moroccans and not foreigners. — DK Eyewitness

Riad Kniza is a restored 18th-century riad—a traditional Moroccan house built around an open courtyard—in the Marrakesh old medina. — Afar Magazine

Owned by a top antique dealer and tour guide (whose clients have included US presidents and film stars), this is one classy riad. — Rough Guide

Enjoy Moroccan hospitality at its finest in the lavishly restored suites of this historic 200-year-old mansion, owned by one of Marrakech’s most famous antique dealers. — The Telegraph

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Selman Marrakech

Marrakech 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A 61-room resort, 10 minutes by car from the center of Marrakech, where even the owners' Arabian stallions live in manicured splendor. — Condé Nast Traveler

A decadent destination hotel combining the va-va-voom French styling of famed architect Jacques Garcia with a Henri Chenot spa. — The Telegraph

This undervalued but exceptional Berber-style palace is a winner — Star Service

Book the Riad, a suite with a garden, pool, and outdoor pavilion that's more private villa than hotel room. — Travel + Leisure

On the outskirts of Marrakech sits the palace-like, five-pearl Selman Marrakech — Oyster

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from $290

Four Seasons Resort Marrakech

Hivernage 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Four Seasons name alone certainly lures well-heeled travelers who trust the luxury and service its name represents — Star Service

The facilities are second to none, with contemporary Moroccan decor throughout and impeccable service. — Fodor's

Probably the most exclusive family resort in Marrakech, the Four Seasons offers luxury amid 40 acres of landscaped Moorish gardens. — The Telegraph

A series of low-slung terra-cotta-colored bungalows, the 141-room hotel is ten minutes from the airport. — Condé Nast Traveler

Not all hotels take walk-in clients, but the swanky Four Seasons does. Not only can you burn off your calories in the club, but you can also enjoy a sauna and then treat yourself to a... — Travel + Leisure

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Dar Zemora

The Palmery 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This British-owned luxury villa, stylishly embellished with a mix of traditional and modern features, has a pleasant garden with a pool, a masseur on call and a view of the Atlas mountains. — Rough Guide

Paul and Lindsay Kentish's discreet boutique villa is a perfect retreat from the dust and hustle. — Frommer's

Cosy up to your private stone fireplace flanked by richly hued rugs and clean-lined leather armchairs at Marrakech boutique hotel Dar Zemora — Mr & Mrs Smith

A small, luxurious guesthouse set in a private villa with just four rooms in the main house, and an independent two-bedroom pavilion in the gorgeous three-acre garden. — The Telegraph

The unpretentious charms of this country villa will ease your guilt about staying in the Palmery and possibly seeing less of Marrakesh. — Fodor's

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Riad Noir d'Ivoire

Medina 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Gobsmacking, over-the-top opulence, from its 4.5m foyer chandelier to the grand piano in the courtyard cocktail bar. — Lonely Planet

This magnificent riad is impressive from the moment you walk in. — Rough Guide

The co-owner of Riad Noir d'Ivoire is a designer and her hotel is the height of elegant, understated luxury. — Insight Guides

An opulent, nine-room riad wrapped around two courtyard gardens with water-conserving, filtered plunge pools, a private spa stocked with organic products, a tiny gym and a leather-clad cocktail bar. — The Telegraph

The sprawling courtyard is home to two swimming pools. The kitchen serves exceptional Moroccan and French food throughout the day -- in addition to the free continental breakfast. — Oyster

Riad 72

Medina 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Intimate and exclusive with just three rooms and one suite, this slinky Italian-run riad is a temple to minimalist chic. — Frommer's

This stylish Italianowned riad is very Milan-meets-Marrakech. The house is traditional but the black-and-white colour scheme and sleek furniture all imported. — DK Eyewitness

Riad 72 is laid out in traditional riad style, with a big rectangular central courtyard (complete with banana trees), flanked by rooms on each side. — Afar Magazine

Wrapped around a central courtyard brimming with banana trees, Riad 72 hotel is an art-school version of a traditional Moroccan house in Marrakech's medina district. — Mr & Mrs Smith

This Italian-owned riad is sleek and stylish, with sparse but very tasteful modern decor, palms and banana trees in the courtyard and its own hammam. — Rough Guide

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Riyad El Cadi

Medina 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A ten-minute walk from the Medina's central square, Riyad El Cadi is made up of seven traditional houses. — Concierge

A medina within the medina, this labyrinth of five riads offers unexpected delights at every turn. — Lonely Planet

The former home of a German diplomat who was ambassador to several Arab countries, the El Cadi is embellished with his wonderful collection of rugs and antiques. — Rough Guide

Like a mirage in the medina's sultry heart, El Cadi refreshes the senses. Corridors graced with antique Berber kélims lead to light-filled rooms with heavenly beds, Middle Atlas carpets,... — Frommer's

This former ambassador's retreat offers peace and seclusion around the corner from the brouhaha of Djemaa el-Fna. — The Telegraph

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from $135

Es Saadi Marrakech Resort - Palace

Hivernage 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Includes a giddy array of facilities alongside the original 1960s hotel. — The Telegraph

This family-run hotel with every amenity... now houses the casino as well as two hotel properties—the original Es Saadi Hotel and the luxury Es Saadi Palace. — Fodor's

With attention still paid to every visual and sensory detail, it mixes modern amenities with exquisite traditional decor... the spa is a high-end destination. — Oyster

Set in tropical gardens, the resort is every bit as photogenic today, with its palm-fringed pool, Atlas Mountain views, spa, and casino. — Frommer's

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from $254

Amanjena

The Palmery 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A palatial hideaway fringed by olive and palm trees, this renowned Thai-Spanish fusion restaurant is well worth the taxi ride out of town — Frommer's

Amanjena is a Marrakech hotel offering a zen-like atmosphere, exceptional service, romantic dining and seductive views of the Atlas mountains, located 12 kilometres south of Marrakech on the road to Ouarzazate. — The Telegraph

This blend of Moorish and ancient Egyptian architecture, completed in a palette of subtle hues and set in its own grounds away from the city, lives up to its name: a peaceful paradise. — Fodor's

Abutting one of Morocco's most exclusive 18-hole golf courses...in an isolated location 15 minutes southeast of the medina...the most exclusive hotel to open in Morocco in quite a while. — Star Service

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Les Deux Tours

The Palmery 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Two Towers has the advantages of a luxurious garden setting and classic Charles Boccara architecture. — Fodor's

Serene 37-room retreat surrounded by Andalusian-style gardens with a French-Moroccan restaurant and a traditional hammam. — Jetsetter

Few of its cookie-cutter neighbours can match its amenities, distinctive modern style, and attentive new management. — Lonely Planet

There’s a hammam, swimming pool, restaurant and bar, as well as extensive shared gardens in which to wander or relax. — Rough Guide

The 36-room, luxurious Deux Tours is a great place to indulge in poolside lounging and traditional hammam treatments outside the often chaotic bustle of the Medina. — Oyster

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