Opera Plaza Hotel Marrakech
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Located in front of Marrakech Train Station and the city’s Royal Theatre, the stylish Opera Plaza Hotel Marrakech offers an outdoor swimming pool, 3 restaurants and a nightclub. With complimentary parking, Place Jamaa El Fna Square and the medina are 3 km away.
The modern air-conditioned guest rooms offer a flat-screen TV and WiFi internet access. They each have a seating area and an en suite bathroom equipped with a hairdryer and complimentary toiletries upon arrival.
The hotel’s restaurants serve international, Moroccan and Asian cuisine in elegant surroundings. Additional catering facilities include a coffee shop with a terrace and a poolside bar serving snacks and drinks.
Guests are invited to enjoy the fitness centre, which offers a view of the swimming pool, or have a relaxing massage or hammam treatment in the spa. Additional relaxation facilities available include a bowling alley.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 115
- 24 hour front desk
- Concierge Desk
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- Room Service 24hr: Yes
- In Room Safe
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Laundry/Dry Cleaning Services
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Outdoor Pool Free: No
- Name: .Marrakech
- Distance: Opposite hotel
- Name: Menara Airport
- Distance: 6 kilometres
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Rail Name: .Marrakech Distance: Opposite hotel
- Nearest Airport Name: Menara Airport Distance: 6 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 805 reviews
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Stay Date: 06/2017, George B wrote this review.
A nice clean well run hotel with spacious rooms a lovely pool area a decent menu varied food served from main restaurant or poolside bar. But....be aware drink restrictions outside of hotel means you are well over charged for food and drinks! £6 for … See more
A nice clean well run hotel with spacious rooms a lovely pool area a decent menu varied food served from main restaurant or poolside bar. But....be aware drink restrictions outside of hotel means you are well over charged for food and drinks! £6 for bottle of corona or bud £6 a single g&t .example..lunch 4 bottles of beer a salad a club sandwich obviously without bacon £46.00 . Restaurants outside just as expensive any bar you find that actually sells alcohol wow for example a group of 4 girls paid £170 for a bottle of vodka in a club. So beware rip off morroco. Collapse
Stay Date: 05/2017, shaSouthAfrica wrote this review.
We stayed here for three nights. Very clean rooms, comfortable pillows and bed. No kettle and bottled water, safe is available in the room. Breakfast is excellent. The staff are very informative and friendly. Beautiful decor and a wonderful fragrance… See more
We stayed here for three nights. Very clean rooms, comfortable pillows and bed. No kettle and bottled water, safe is available in the room. Breakfast is excellent. The staff are very informative and friendly. Beautiful decor and a wonderful fragrance as you enter the hotel. Close to shops and restaurants. Be careful as you get in and out of the bath, as it is quite high. Free wifi, occasionally slow. Collapse
Nicely located hotel with good amenities
Stay Date: 03/2017, srini05 wrote this review.
Stayed here during our company offsite. Well appointed large rooms, good breakfast, a nice pool & decent service. Not too far away from the old town & market. The only complaint I'd have is they didn't have wifi connectivity in the rooms, which is h… See more
Stayed here during our company offsite. Well appointed large rooms, good breakfast, a nice pool & decent service. Not too far away from the old town & market. The only complaint I'd have is they didn't have wifi connectivity in the rooms, which is hygiene in todays times. But overall was satisfied with the stay. Collapse
Comfortable and Excellent
Stay Date: 07/2016, tasshi_94 wrote this review.
Staff members were amazing as they will make the effort to make your stay enjoyable. Rooms were beautiful and clean! Food within the hotel was tasty and the atmosphere made you feel like you were home. My family and I always stay at the plaza and wil… See more
Staff members were amazing as they will make the effort to make your stay enjoyable. Rooms were beautiful and clean! Food within the hotel was tasty and the atmosphere made you feel like you were home. My family and I always stay at the plaza and will always go there every time we visit Marrakech:) Collapse
Good location, average hotel and could do with improvement
Stay Date: 06/2016, bengal_tigress wrote this review.
This is an average hotel and I don't feel it's 4 star worthy. I would say it's a top end 3 star at best. It's pleasant looking from the outside and has small lovely pool which gets a lot of sun. Our rooms were facing the roads. On the first night we … See more
This is an average hotel and I don't feel it's 4 star worthy. I would say it's a top end 3 star at best. It's pleasant looking from the outside and has small lovely pool which gets a lot of sun. Our rooms were facing the roads. On the first night we got there, we were greeted by a friendly staff member. The door man is very helpful and friendly. Other staff were also friendly but there were quite a few who weren't really interested in helping at all and at times could be rude. It's possible to walk to the Jemaa El Fnaa from here although we always took a cab as you'd have to walk in the heat for about 20 minutes. We never managed a metered taxi so always had to pay above the price. The doorman would normally help with this to ensure it wasn't excessive although the price he negotiated for us was always above the price had it been metered however we appreciated the fact that he did help. We had breakfast included in ours. It was a very average buffet breakfast (nothing special but nothing to complain about either) although I did like the fact there was a person making omelettes daily. Would have been better if they had more options. Get there early as it does get packed quickly. Pros: - Good location - Rooms were a very decent size, safe was good - Free wifi although you can only do very basic things with it like check email etc. Anything more than that and it won't work and was slow! - Some friendly staff (the breakfast manager was wonderful, he helped us immensely in explaining to staff who do not speak English). - They had a good spa room where we used the hammam and I felt so refreshed from it. The lady did a wonderful job scrubbing my back. I also had a facial which was very good. I would certainly recommend the hammam and facial but not the rest (see below in cons). It was easy to get an appointment. Cons: - The carpets were stained and dirty and although pleasant looking at reception and from the outside, as you go up, it's actually quite out of date and looks dirty. - Whilst I'd recommend the hammam and the facial, unfortunately, the remainder services that we used (massage and manicure/pedicure) were mediocre at best. The massage was just so hard and the lady doing the manicure was very impatient and stroppy and the nail polish came off straight away. - We didn't realise we needed to bring a towel with us to the spa as although they had towels available, they wouldn't allow you to take the towel back upstairs and then bring it back down to them. You must change whilst there so remember to take a towel with you. - The bed was so hard to the point it gave me a backache. And I'm someone who actually enjoys a firm bed! - Room cleaning wasn't great. It was below average. We often ran out of toilet tissue and it would take ages to get a replacement which was so frustrating as when the room cleaning had taken place, they should have seen there was hardly any tissue and given an extra roll especially as it was evident there were three people in the room. Our duvet covers were also not changed daily. - We had a room of three single beds. 2 were decent size and 1 was for a small kid. Given it was 3 adults, it would have been great if the beds were all the same size especially given the room was big enough and could accommodate it. - On the day we were leaving, at checkout they sent someone upstairs who was rummaging around the room to make sure we hadn't taken any of the towels. I appreciate they need their towels and we had no intention of taking it, but it made us feel so uncomfortable of them doing this especially when they were rummaging through the room and panicking since one of the towels was on the bed and blended with the duvet. - At times, the person at reception would be busy on the phone and despite us requiring help, would not get off and it was clear it was a personal call, not a customer calling. On the day we were checking out, the person who needed to check us out (and there's only one person at the desk), was busy having a casual conversation with someone else. She could see we were waiting but did nothing to attempt to serve us and almost made us late. I would say this hotel is only worth staying at if you're on a budget. It's not worth anymore than £50 a night (per room, not per person). (And I am being generous here!) Would I come back to say? Only if I couldn't find something better, then probably yes. Saying that, I am returning to Marrakech in July and although Opera Plaza was an option, we have chosen to stay at a different 4 star hotel who has similar reviews to Opera Plaza but was cheaper in price. Would I recommend it? If you're looking for a real 4 star hotel then no as it is not 4 star quality. If you're happy with 3 stars or below then yes. Don't get me wrong, it's an average hotel but it really needs some major improvement to be considered 4 stars (in terms of service and quality and just general maintenance). Collapse
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