Zalagh Kasbah Hotel & Spa
(Marrakech (Morocco)) 4 4 Star:
Per Person Per Night
- Located near the Agdal gardens and the old city
- Free shuttle service to the Jemaa-el-Fna square
- Outdoor pool
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The Zalagh Kasbah Hotel & Spa is conveniently situated near the Agdal gardens and the ramparts of the old city “Medina”, only 10 minutes from the famous square Jemaa-el-Fna, the international Airport Menara and the Railway station, far from the bustle and traffic, with great views of the Atlas Mountains. Free shuttle service is available from the hotel to the square Jemaa-el-Fna from 10 am – 11pm. This charming new hotel welcomes you in a romantic atmosphere combining comfort and modern facilities with tradition.
All 344 Rooms at the Zalagh Kasbah Hotel & Spa, comprising 17 suites and 7 duplex, are spacious with balcony or terrace and are equipped with: Independent air conditioning, plasma screen and choice of international channels, phone and hairdryer.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 344
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Multilingual Staff
- Concierge Desk
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- In Room Safe
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Laundry/Dry Cleaning Services
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Outdoor Pool Free: Yes
- Gym Free: No
- Name: Marrakech Menara
- Distance: 2.5 miles
- Interconnecting Rooms
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Airport Name: Marrakech Menara Distance: 2.5 miles
To view our full selection of accommodation in Agdal, view our hotels in Agdal page.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 883 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
The best entertainment staff ever
Stay Date: 03/2018, Andrea P wrote this review.
Brilliant entertainment team the best ive found. hamza kiki hicham laila abdel. Lovely place room very clean. all staff very polite and helpful. Would return definitely The market worth a visit a eye opener. Bar could definitely stay open later t… See more
Brilliant entertainment team the best ive found. hamza kiki hicham laila abdel. Lovely place room very clean. all staff very polite and helpful. Would return definitely The market worth a visit a eye opener. Bar could definitely stay open later than 10.30 Collapse
Stay Date: 02/2018, jfa11894 wrote this review.
I had initially booked this hotel feeling very skeptical. The reviews weren't the best but I had high hopes and overlooked a few bad reviews as no hotel is perfect. Upon arrival at the hotel, the doorman was standing there loud and proud, saw my fami… See more
I had initially booked this hotel feeling very skeptical. The reviews weren't the best but I had high hopes and overlooked a few bad reviews as no hotel is perfect. Upon arrival at the hotel, the doorman was standing there loud and proud, saw my family of 8 struggle to carry the luggage's into the lobby. Not a word, not an offer to help, completely ignoring our presence. Firstly, there was a dog running around the lobby which wasn't very pleasant and scared the crap out of the children. Once i had gone over to the hotel reception to check in, the lady on duty was extremely rude not to mention sarcastic. We had to pay city tax PER PERSON, not room. We asked her the general questions, what time is dinner? what is the wifi password? What time is dinner? What time does the shuttle service work? etc.. All to receive very rude, blunt responses. The rooms were very nice and clean, the view from my balcony was mesmerizing. However, for a family room of 4 there were 2 towels. One which was a face towel and one slightly bigger. There weren't very many options for breakfast, lunch or dinner, often had to go out to eat. We had to pay for the drinks including water. Prices were extremely extortionate. Although the hotel was beautiful, the staff were aggressively rude, (the entertainment staff were delightful and made sure we felt comfortable). The spa was out of use throughout my staff due to technical difficulties. If you going on holiday with family and young children or even with your partner, avoid this hotel. Collapse
Stay Date: 02/2018, SussexLadyT wrote this review.
It’s just the right combination of luxury and quirky home comforts, which include soft furnishings, warm blankets, clean and tidy rooms and areas. Having read previous reviews before travelling we were fairly worried, but with low expectations we we… See more
It’s just the right combination of luxury and quirky home comforts, which include soft furnishings, warm blankets, clean and tidy rooms and areas. Having read previous reviews before travelling we were fairly worried, but with low expectations we were pleasantly surprised. The staff are wonderful and try so hard to speak the many languages of this cosmopolitan area. It was a little disconcerting to see the food manager take one of his staff to task in front of the public, but this is just their way. There was always a good selection of food available at the three meal times included in our package. If you want to save on coffee/water bills go all inclusive. Like many hotels in such a dry climate you can not expect brand new surroundings, maintaining such a large complex in such dry conditions is quiet a job, however, the army of cleaners are working diligently all day to create such a clean hotel. We were warned to expect cockroaches, but I only saw one on the day we left - if you holiday to hot countries you will already know that they are often around. However, the manager has imposed a ban on taking food and drink into the hotel and with good reason. If you wish to keep the insect population down you do not leave allow your young children to leave crisp crumbs all over the bedroom (d-oh, of course that will attract cockroaches) and whilst I'm on the subject I did find it horrifying (& shameful) the way that some tourists just left litter, cigarette butts etc wherever they felt like. There's some gorgeous urns at the front entrance which we often full of cigarette buts and we saw the staff picking them out daily. Please, treat the hotel how you would like your own home treated. We stayed in Apartment 1004 on the ground floor and have to say that, if you’re looking for a little extra privacy, space and are into enjoying the sunshine without the winds with almost a pool view and yet still close to the lobby then I can highly recommend it. We also had a good internet connection from the veranda and enjoyed regular visits from the local sparrows. On top of this, it was not far from the quietest pool, near to reception and a short walk across to the dinning area. The hotel itself is only a ten minute walk from the local shopping precinct and around 15 minutes from central Marrakesh. The Free shuttle bus runs every two hours from 10am each day, but be warned it takes you to the railway station in the new part of Marrakesh. There are scores of nearby cafes and restaurants to visit both near to the hotel and in Marrakesh itself. But, if you enjoy a good pizza you might not want to stray far. The hotel has its own pool side pizza restaurant area, which we tried just before departing. A lovely lady (known as the pancake lady at breakfast) works her magic in the pizza oven to perfection. Our only regrets staying at the Zalagh Kashbar hotel are that we didn’t stay longer. We took a walk around the spa on our last day and wishfully decided we should of gone their first! The hotel sits comfortably with business travelers, families and couples travelling together. In the hotel lobby, there were business people tapping at tablets, interviewing potential candidates and closing deals, this time sitting comfortably alongside families with babies, tourists and students in for their early morning espressos – testament, perhaps, to The Zalagh Kashbah's Hotel overall ambience of being a place of all places and with no particular target market (although I’m sure there is). What I mean by that is, unlike other over priced venues, neither the clean accommodation or mix of dining styles alienates any particular demographic. There is no clique or pressure to be part of an elite jet-set troupe of clientele. Everyone is welcome and it shows. Breakfast at The Zalagah, in particular, is a very laid back affair. The choices range from hot and cold vegetables, cereals, pancakes and omelettes to basic cereals croissants and toast. The milk is almost creamier than fresh Guernsey and the orange juice is squeezed by hand every time (not just breakfast but in the bar too). The rooms are just the right combinationto suit the executive and quirky home comforts, which include soft furnishings, local art, detailed moroccon accents and colours along with a heavy blanket in the wardrobe for chiller nights. And when it comes down to some serious work, there’s a conference rooms with glorious views of the atlas mountains. Outside the hotel, you will notice a fleet of taxis waiting to do your bidding and at 50 MAD each way to central marrakesh, you could find this as comforting as we did. While The Zalagh Kasbah might be at the cheaper end of the budget of digs when booking a trip away, it offers real value for money, as well as an experience you’ll remember fondly for years to come. If budget’s a constraint,alone as single traveller, as a couple or even take the entire family I can’t recommend this highly enough. Collapse
Lack of service
Stay Date: 02/2018, aliza87 wrote this review.
internet only works in the lounge area, not in any other part of hotel as it states, spa was not in use for the week we stayed. breakfast, lunch and dinner was disappointing. No water for kids unless you buy them. dogs and cats running around the ho… See more
internet only works in the lounge area, not in any other part of hotel as it states, spa was not in use for the week we stayed. breakfast, lunch and dinner was disappointing. No water for kids unless you buy them. dogs and cats running around the hotel, my little boy was chased by the dog, we were told it was the managers dog. shuttle bus was out of service most days. we had to ask for towels only to get told we have to wait an hour before we can have them. on the good note rooms were nice and clean. Collapse
Mr Colin irwin
Stay Date: 12/2017, Colin I wrote this review.
Has let in need of renovation. All inclusive bar was out side and in the evening it was very cold with no where walm to go and sit that was walm .massive problems with the food. This was cold when it came out of the kitchen then put on hot plates to… See more
Has let in need of renovation. All inclusive bar was out side and in the evening it was very cold with no where walm to go and sit that was walm .massive problems with the food. This was cold when it came out of the kitchen then put on hot plates to walm up.I complained several times as Is not how it should be. As a result I got food poisoning two days before we returned home. I was very ill for a month. After my result came back from the hospital I had a germ in my intestines from contaminated meat or poor food hygiene. You gave no come back from your holiday company unless you have a full package with them . 2 days before we returned home we we ask to change room as there was a problem with the hot water .When I checked ours it was fine I told them this but they insisted we move . After I found out the wanted to relet our room as they over looked the track for the Grand Prix . Don't stay there up grade to a five star hotel Collapse
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