A holiday in Marrakech will take you to a fairytale city where you’ll be engulfed by an abundance of vibrant colours as soon as you arrive. From the lush greenery dotted with palm trees, to the city's adobe ochre walls. You will be amazed by this glorious oasis set at the feet of snow-capped mountains, under a brilliant blue sky.
With more than a thousand years of rich history, fantastic architecture and cultural traditions, it's no wonder Marrakech is the inspiration for many artists and writers, and one of the "must go to" destinations in Morocco and the entire the world.
A mix of old and new, lively streets and interesting locals, it’s a great place to explore by foot, bicycle or even by barouche – the traditional Marrakchi mode of transport.
Luxury Holidays in Marrakech
For pure luxury and indulgence, let Marrakech Holidays awaken your senses in this majestic and historical city. Devour the amazing colours at the markets, inhale the glorious aromas of jasmine and orange blossom as you walk through the old streets, taste the exotic foods and spices and then listen to the hustle and bustle of the city as she tells you her story.
With its wealth of luxurious hotels and opulent palaces, Marrakech really is a city fit for a king and at Kenwood Travel we put over 30 years of experience in finding you the perfect luxury holiday where you will indeed be treated like royalty.
10 Great Reasons to Holiday in Marrakech
- The hustle and bustle of the famous square – Jemaa El Fna
- Unforgettable shopping, from trinkets and bibelots to carpets and leather goods
- Skiing - Only 40 miles away from the slopes (December to April)
- Great golf
- A trip to the Bahia Palace
- The excellent weather – sunny on average for 300 days a year
- Bartering for a bargain at the markets
- The exotic foods and spices
- Brilliant nightlife
- It’s closer than you think - only a 3-hour flight from London
Things to Do in Marrakech
A must do when you’re in Marrakech is a trip to the great square of Jemaa el Fna. This Unesco Heritage Site is the real heartbeat of the city and when the sun goes down it really comes to life. Take a walk around the square and you are likely to bump into storytellers, fortunetellers, acrobats and dancers all contributing to this truly unique atmosphere.
For a complete contrast and something a little more peaceful, a trip to the Menara gardens won’t disappoint. With a 14th century pavilion surrounded by beautifully maintained gardens and trees reflecting in the glistening lake, it’s the perfect place to unwind. Like the old square, these gardens also take on a new dimension when the sun goes down; aglow with gold and silvers it really will feel like you are in a wonderland.
Take a trip through the many Souks and Medinas to experience the best arts and crafts that Morocco has to offer. You’ll see the rich craftsmanship and expertise that the maalem (master craftsmen) have learned through generations of family tradition to present you with some of the finest items of pottery, carpets and leather goods in a unique and lively atmosphere.
The weather in Marrakech is sunny nearly all year round, with hotter summers and milder winters. The hottest months are usually between July and September. Winter can have some heavy downpours of rain and the nights can feel a little cool but the temperatures don’t normally drop below 12 C.
Interesting Facts About Marrakech
- Population – 1,070,000
- Currency – Moroccan Dirham (MAD)
- Language - Arabic
Marrakech Holidays 2024 / 2025
Please avoid disappointment and book early for your 2024 or 2025 holiday in Morocco. With Kenwood Travel you’ll find bespoke luxury all inclusive holidays, weddings and honeymoons. We have over 45 years' worth of experience and we’re here to help you find your perfect holiday.
Please note: Guests are required to pay a local government tax at hotels in Morocco. The cost varies depending on hotel and area, but should be no more than £5 per room per day. The tax will be payable in local currency.