El Miria Palais
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- On-site restaurant
- Outdoor pool
- On-site bar
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- 4 Nights for 3
- Available 06 Jan 17 to 31 Mar 17 when staying 4 nights
- Available 01 Jun 17 to 31 Aug 17 when staying 4 nights
- 7 Nights for 6
- Available 06 Jan 17 to 31 Mar 17 when staying from 7 to 28 nights
- Available 01 Jun 17 to 31 Aug 17 when staying from 7 to 28 nights
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Enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the El Miria Palais hotel and feel at home during your stay. Explore the local souks and pick up some souvenirs, discover the beauty of the area with an excursion or head to one of the famed golf courses for a relaxing game.
Each of the traditionally designed and luxurious guest rooms at the El Miria Palais hotel come with a wide range of amenities to ensure that you have a comfortable experience. All rooms include plush bedding, a private bathroom, refreshments and soft furnishings for your convenience.
After a busy day of exploring the local area and all it has to offer, treat yourself to some time at the on-site spa for an indulgent therapy. Alternatively, head to the hotel’s restaurant for a delicious Moroccan meal. With a superb selection of fresh vegetables, sun-dried fruits, fragrant meat dishes and delicate fish courses, there’s plenty to choose from.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 10
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- In Room Safe
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Outdoor Pool Free: Yes
- Jacuzzi Free: Yes
- Solarium Free: Yes
- Steam Room Free: Yes
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 07:30
- Monday to Friday: 07:30
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 11:00
- Monday to Friday: 11:00
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 651 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
First impression's - Wow !
Stay Date: 02/2017, suegordon57 wrote this review.
I'm just back from spending 5 nights here in early February. Our first impression was wow this is fabulous. Very pretty tastefully decorated Riad . Peaceful and quiet . Our room was small but we were up graded to a much larger room the next day wi… See more
I'm just back from spending 5 nights here in early February. Our first impression was wow this is fabulous. Very pretty tastefully decorated Riad . Peaceful and quiet . Our room was small but we were up graded to a much larger room the next day with a balcony. This was great news to us as a friend who is travelling in Marocco was planning to join us for a few nights so we asked if another bed could be put in our room for her. This was done on her arrival and she planned to stay for four nights and with breakfast and evening meal . A good price she was told - it amounted to £100.00 a night for a bed in a room already paid for and an evening meal which at most was really awful and often served cold . She received a none negotiable bill for her stay a staggering £400.00 ! I've found rates for this Riad for less than £200.00 for 5 days today . We did get a good deal £215.00 with flights for 5 nights . The food was extremely disappointing we were old it was traditional Maroccan cuisine. After eating lunch in the medina one day at approx £6.50 for two served fresh and sizzling hot it was clear our Riad food was not traditional fare . Breakfast was good enough with a selection of bread , jams tea coffee & croissants . But evening meal was truthfully awful we asked if we could order from the alacarte but was told it was not possible as the hotel was too busy . Cleanliness wasn't on the top of their priorities I afraid to say - the beds weren't changed once during our stay , I found hair in the shower and a lighter in my dressing gown / none of us smoked so it's my guess the gowns had not been changed since previous guest ! We were delighted to have a balcony but the loungers were un usable as they were soaked with water from pipes on the roof above which poured out periodically. There's a beautiful swimming pool but it was un used as it is not heated and February sun wouldn't be enough to warm it . It's not all doom and gloom . It's a peaceful quaint small Riad away from the hustle and bustle of the city & because of its location offers a free bus service to city centre . Trips are necessary if you wish to buy supplies such as water , alcoholic beverages etc wine is available in the hotel but variety is poor and expensive. The return bus isn't till 10pm but the hotel is happy to arrange taxi for set fee of approx £8.00 they only use one company it's wise to do this as it's very competitive in the city between drivers - as we found out !!! This was my first trip to Marocco and I'm sure I will return but I doubt to this particular Riad . I would like to stay somewhere who offers better food . I must add the staff here are generally very helpful and Othman was very efficient his English was excellent . We took a trip to the Atlas Mountains well worth it but make sure you're ready for a trek it's not for the feint hearted . Collapse
Stay Date: 02/2017, mail2jasonroberts wrote this review.
Great service by the team, we thoroughly enjoyed our short break. The food was great in the Riad, we would highly recommend this to anybody. The shuttle service is very useful, we returned earlier than the 5pm return service but we're told by the dri… See more
Great service by the team, we thoroughly enjoyed our short break. The food was great in the Riad, we would highly recommend this to anybody. The shuttle service is very useful, we returned earlier than the 5pm return service but we're told by the driver not to pat more than 100 dirham in a taxi, great advice! Collapse
Very relaxing stay
Stay Date: 02/2017, Liton A wrote this review.
As it was our honeymoon they kindly upgraded us from the standard room to one that was available so we already over the moon from the first minute. We went there for four nights and loved their hospitality and incredible service to make us feel at … See more
As it was our honeymoon they kindly upgraded us from the standard room to one that was available so we already over the moon from the first minute. We went there for four nights and loved their hospitality and incredible service to make us feel at home. Badhia (manager) was lovely and always looked out for her guest, you won't get a nicer hotel manager anywhere. Seyed (Waiter) and Abdul (waiter) were lovely, the two girls who cleared the rooms and did massages were lovely and always greeting with smiles. Garden man was always greeting us and Othman (reception) was helpful too. -Facility is very good and decoration was lovely too. -Food was okay, some dishes were really nice. -Jacuzzi was accessible and comfortable. -Garden is lovely and spacious. -Swimming pool is a perfect size and looks lovely in the night when it is lit up with different colours. Unfortunately it was too cold to go in this time of the year, I did go in couple of times but it was very cold but that's more got to do with the temperature than the hotel. Room facility were great, we stayed in room 2 which had it's little terrace in the garden and that was lovely. The downside was there is no shops nearby, and the hotel food was a little pricey but that's normal for hotels. Room plugs were different to UK ones so you may need to check that before you go there. We were lucky they had a spare adaptor for USB socket so we were able to charge the phones. All in all I would definitely visit there again in the future as it was such a relaxing stay. The staff were always smiling and talking to their guest. Collapse
A very nice hotel away from the noise of the city, made all the better by the staff.
Stay Date: 02/2017, Andrew R wrote this review.
My wife and I stayed at this lovely little hotel outside Marrakech for a week in February 2017 (a great time to visit: lovely weather without the oppressive heat of the summer). First impressions of the hotel are very good indeed and generally the h… See more
My wife and I stayed at this lovely little hotel outside Marrakech for a week in February 2017 (a great time to visit: lovely weather without the oppressive heat of the summer). First impressions of the hotel are very good indeed and generally the hotel lives up to the reviews and the initial appearance. I will start with the two things which prevent me from giving full marks across the board, though, just so you know the slight drawbacks of staying here: - The hotel is "past its best" in many ways. While lovely and well decorated there are some slight signs that maintenance is not as rigorous as it would be in a European hotel of the same standing. Just small things, like the rust on the sunbeds, the missing grout around some tiles, the less-than-lovely smell of the bathroom at times. Nothing to spoil your holiday, I would suggest, but something which does prevent it from being a 5* experience as we might know it in other countries. - The food, which nice and fairly plentiful is definitely toned down for an international audience. This may be a good thing in your book, it may be that exotic Moroccan cuisine is not your thing and that you like chips with your tangine, but we wanted something a bit more genuine. Right- the experience of staying here: The hotel is in a little walled complex about 15 minutes outside the city and about a half hour taxi ride from the lovely new airport Marrakech has built (Marrakech is a very well maintained and obviously quite prosperous city these days). there is nothing else around except a small village up the road with a general store and a chemist. While it isn't a very nice walk to this village and the locals are obviously not entirely used to tourists wandering around, the people are as friendly as they are all around Marrakech and there is a reasonable level of English spoken (French is the universal language though). Don't be put off by the surrounding countryside though, the hotel is an oasis of comfort in an otherwise barren landscape. As others have said, you can expect to be welcomed by the wonderful staff (they really do work hard to make your stay as pleasant as possible- much batter than almost anywhere we have stayed) who will show you to the poolside terrace for a lovely drink of sweet mint tea (I got addicted to the stuff while we were there!) before being shown to your room. By the way- the pool is not heated and so can't really be used outside summer- but in the hottest months I can imagine it is exceptionally welcome. The huge jacuzzi which looks out onto the gardens is available through the day- just take of the cover, turn on the jets and enjoy- this is warm, rather than hot, but who needs a hot tub when you have a bath the size of a swimming pool and the temperature outside is hotter than any hot tub anyway?! We were lucky enough to find a last minute deal which meant we could afford one of the two "Royal" suites- two very large suites with a thin dividing wall which are set apart from the rest of the hotel. We didn't make use of the sitting area, but we could see it being very useful in the scorching hot summers to sit in the shade and cool off. The bed appears to be large enough to hold a full-scale tennis match on (I'm sure you could share it with a family of 4 and never notice!) and is pretty firm, but comfortable enough, while the bath is big enough top swim lengths in! The small garden area which sits between the bedroom area and the bathroom is a nice touch and lovely to wake up to. Talking of waking up, there is a whole flock of cockerels living just next door- so expect to be woken at dawn by both them and the local call to prayer! Some of the rooms in the hotel have a balcony overlooking the lovely gardens- I would say definitely look at one of those for a stay if you don't want (or can't get a bargain on) the Royal Suites. I wouldn't book the suites at full price- they are big and very nice and definitely clean, but as with the rest of the hotel don't QUITE meet European or American standards of 5 star hotels. The shuttle at 10 into the city and 5 back out is very useful, but Marrakech comes alive at night, so do ask the hotel to sort you a taxi- it is a fixed price (100 Dhiram before 7pm, 150 after- about £7:50 - £10) and the driver will kw where to take you, which many local drivers may not. My wife had some treatments in the spa and was very pleased with the results. The prices, while not low, are certainly good value compared to UK prices. All in all a very nice hotel, which we would recommend highly for the staff alone, but also for the quite location, the beautiful decor and the relaxed atmosphere. Collapse
Amazing Hotel, amazing staff.
Stay Date: 02/2017, Tatenda D wrote this review.
My husband and I and our two year old have just returned from El Miria. Staff were so helpful and went over and above for us. Our room was upgraded and our suite was just so beautiful. The location is perfect as it's away from the busy centre of Marr… See more
My husband and I and our two year old have just returned from El Miria. Staff were so helpful and went over and above for us. Our room was upgraded and our suite was just so beautiful. The location is perfect as it's away from the busy centre of Marrakech and perfect for families. And the food was absolutely delicious. We would stay here again. Collapse
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