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Reviewed September 27, 2017 via mobile

If you are lucky enough to find yourself in this little bit of Paradise.. you obviously have already experienced the Beauty, Peace and Tranquility the Hotel offers.. this combined with the most amazing Spa and spacious, comfortable rooms are all enhanced by the friendly and extremely helpful staff... La Roseraie was the perfect place to rest and recuperate our very weary bodies, after a summit on Mt. Toubkal...I will return as soon as I can for another slice of Heaven

Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
Thank juliewiley
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Reviewed August 27, 2017 via mobile

The hotel is about an hour from Marrakech, in the Atlas Mountains. We arrived here for a relaxing week long holidays after spending a few days in the sweltering heat of Marrakech. I did not expect a great deal, but I was delighted to discover this fantastic little hotel. The surroundings are spectacular!! The hotel sits in a large garden, with thousands of exotic trees and flowers.
We had a large villa with all the amenities of a 5-star hotel. Aside from that there is a restaurant, great spa, tennis courts, indoor and outdoor pools, horse farm etc. Everything you can wish for for relaxing holidays.
The staff was also very nice and helpful. If I can think of one negative, it would be the internet connection - better internet speed would make this place even more perfect!

Stayed: August 2017, travelled with family
Thank Lohengrin74
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Reviewed April 25, 2017

One of those rare hotels where the owner has created a true labour of love from its start in 1969. The feeling is of slightly faded luxury, but with a wonderful sense of magic because of the gardens. These are the hotel's major feature, highly maintained and full of every kind of rose, tended in arbours, walks, small courtyards, and around lily ponds and little lawns. We were a family of four with 2 boys (7 & 10) staying 3 nights. There was always more to explore, on day 2 we found a second pool and a third on day 3! The rooms are scattered around the gardens and furnished with eclectic and comfortable furniture. The pool has huge divan daybeds, and we felt very looked after by the staff, who were all kind, gentle and experienced. We ate delicious food. A lunch on the terrace, dinners in the art-filled dining room and breakfasts in a separate, warm breakfast building with views across the valley. I'm wheat free and they baked a special corn bread for me. At the spa, a short walk across the grounds, the hamman was dark, atmospheric and nurturing, and we swam in the beautiful (adult only) indoor pool and jacuzzi after. Beyond the spa are tennis courts and the stables. We borrowed balls and rackets for free. They can arrange trekking with mules in the ourigaine valley or from Imlil (40 mins away) and other activities were advertised though we didn't try these.
Highly recommended for a family explore in the Atlas Mountains alongside Marrakech (just an hour away), or for a romantic wedding among the roses!

Room Tip: We stayed in suite 15, a big bath in the bathroom and another en suite, quiet, and comfortable
  • Stayed: April 2017, travelled with family
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Thank Kate S
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Reviewed April 5, 2017

We stayed here for 2 nights as part of a mountain bike trip in the High Atlas. The accommodation was a real luxury treat after a day of tough mountain biking and the tranquil gardens were lovely to wander around.
There's a bike shop and riding stable at the hotel, so it means you can also rent a bike or go for a horse ride to see more of the local landscape.
Unfortunately we were unable to use the spa because it's only open during the day, and so doesn't really work if you're out cycling during the day. It would have been an ideal way to relax and freshen up after a hot, dusty day in the mountains.
Definitely worth a stay for a luxury retreat after a hot day cycling though!

  • Stayed: March 2017, travelled with friends
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Thank JactheMinx
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Reviewed March 28, 2017 via mobile

A place to stay for sure
Quite area
Welcome people
Great garden with roses, olive trees, palm trees and much more

Nice people serving you
Local food is good done by good cooks
A must see place if you enjoy calm and quite places
Multiple sites to discover around the hotel

Stayed: March 2017
Thank Gerard P
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