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My husband and I stayed in a suite at Les Cinq Djellabas for four nights in May. We had the best time. The room was spacious, we loved the big bath tub and the bed was comfortable. They have Le sens de marrakech products, the...More
All the lodges are well placed, comfortable, spacious and have free wi fi. They have heating and air con depending on need. Service to room, round the pool and in shared areas is excellent but has to be requested at all times.
Round the pool...More
We stayed for only one night, after two nights in a riad in the Medina, looking for a bit of pampering & luxury as a birthday treat for my wife.
The hotel were very accomodating throughout - they happily sent a taxi for us to...More
Really beautiful hotel far enough away from the hustle and bustle of the city but only a short car ride to enjoy all that Marrakesh has to offer. Waking up to nothing but birdsong was heaven! Lovely lodges spaced far enough apart for privacy gorgeous...More
The first thing to say is that we came to Les Cinq Djellabas after having spent a few days in the Atlas - we wanted to finish our holiday with a few days in Marrakech. We didn't want to be in the Medina itself and...More
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There's loads to do from organised trips from the hotel to the Atlas Mountains (Spectacular), camel riding (great fun), quad biking over dunes (didn't do), historic tours and so on. The taxis are cheap, and with the taxi... More
There's loads to do from organised trips from the hotel to the Atlas Mountains (Spectacular), camel riding (great fun), quad biking over dunes (didn't do), historic tours and so on. The taxis are cheap, and with the taxi you get your own guide. The city of Marrakesh is a real bustle of life so be prepared for hectic! However, my wife and I felt totally safe wandering around the back streets, through the crowds and into the souks (although expect to be approached incessantly to buy stuff, look at shops etc). DO NOT accept anyone's offer to take you to the restaurant you're looking for as they will a) expect payment or b) take you to a restaurant of their choice that gives them a back-hander! It's all normally business over there and not to be unnerved by. We didn't feel intimidated once, even when we got slightly lost in the souks.