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 895 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Serious Improvements Required
Stay Date: 04/2018, ZNKRS wrote this review.
Stayed at this property with friends for a long weekend. To summarise the hotel has potential but the staff and basics let it down tremendously! The hotel is situated pretty central so access to main areas is not too far away. The hotel itself is pre… See more
Stayed at this property with friends for a long weekend. To summarise the hotel has potential but the staff and basics let it down tremendously! The hotel is situated pretty central so access to main areas is not too far away. The hotel itself is presented well however If you are expecting any sort of service or help from the hotel staff then you will be let down. Throughout the 3 days there was nothing but rudeness from the extremely unhelpful staff that are employed at this property. Upon arrival the check in process was slow, all 8 of us were required to fill in forms with the only 1 pen that was at the hotel. The lifts are extremely small and don’t expect any of the staff to give their guests priority to take a lift as they are always rushing to get in first themselves. The room itself is nice. We had a triple room which consisted of 2 double beds and 1 single. The room was clean however was missing some basics. No kettle for tea coffee and more importantly no iron! The hotel according to reception only has one iron across the entire property. During the evenings the lights seem to go off and you can find yourself walking down hallways in pitch black! The breakfast was ok, had asked for brown bread on one occasion and I received a look like I had asked the waiter for gold. Continuing on service when we asked the receptionist (I believe her name was F Chinbou) for the use of an iron she started speaking extremely rudely about us in French (thinking we didn’t understand) to her colleague right in front of us! Maybe you want to be careful who you speak about as some of your guests do understand French! Regardless of all of this the award for best service for this hotel goes to Hicham the doorman. I have stayed at a number of hotels around the world but never come across someone so rude and power hungry. I think the cape this gentleman wears has gone to his head and he feels he can speak to people and treat people as he feels fit. The manner in which he greats and speaks is simply horrendous. As mentioned the hotel is good but unfortunately the staff let this place down. If you’re in the hospitality business my recommendation would be to train your staff to be helpful and polite to guests, not rude, stuck up and obnoxious. On the plus side the spa and pool area is pleasant. If you don’t care about the service then not a bad hotel to stay at however in my opinion and that of 7 others - Serious improvements required! Collapse
A lovely hotel
Stay Date: 04/2018, Michael N wrote this review.
We recently stayed at this hotel with a tour group and were impressed with most things. Our room, which overlooked the pool, was very spacious as was the bathroom which had a walk in shower. It was beautifully furnished and spotlessly clean. The clea… See more
We recently stayed at this hotel with a tour group and were impressed with most things. Our room, which overlooked the pool, was very spacious as was the bathroom which had a walk in shower. It was beautifully furnished and spotlessly clean. The cleanliness of the hotel was something else, with the balconies, windows and the area around the swimming pool being thoroughly washed every day. The only downside was the music playing most of the time on the poolside which was a bit too loud and just got a bit tiresome. The Opera Plaza has three main restaurants which are International, Moroccan & Italian. Whilst we didn't go to the Moroccan, the Italian restaurant was very good. The International restaurant had a good breakfast buffet and whilst that in the evening was good the main courses were not brilliant. The desserts though were to die for. The restaurant on the side of the pool is also worth going to. Their bar, in the evenings, can be very smokey and is not pleasant to walk through en route to the restaurant. You can however walk to it outside which is much better. The hotel is just across the road from the station and is about a mile from the Medina. Tour buses stop a couple of hundred yards down the road. Collapse
The Greatest Hotel EVER!
Stay Date: 04/2018, Miguel P wrote this review.
This was my 1st time in Morocco and I started my trip in Marrakech! Before my trip, I was looking for a nice hotel, not crazy expensive, close to the city centre and a place I could feel relaxed after the long walking day's discovery the city! The h… See more
This was my 1st time in Morocco and I started my trip in Marrakech! Before my trip, I was looking for a nice hotel, not crazy expensive, close to the city centre and a place I could feel relaxed after the long walking day's discovery the city! The hotel that comes through on booking.com search was The Opera Plaza and I have to say, I'm so glad I booked this hotel! The hotel's amazing beauty, the staff was superb (thanks Gabe, the receptionist, for all the help and amazing customer service u provide on our arrival), the breakfast delicious and the room so comfortable and cosy! I admit was probably one of the best hotels I have ever stayed at. A few things about the hotel location: • I didn't take any taxi (apart from the airport to the hotel) any of the days in Marrakech. From the hotel to the city centre it's about 20/25min walking; • Around the hotel, you will find really good restaurants, just have a look here on trip advisor and the best ones will pop up. • A little advice, download the Google Maps offline for Marrakech, really easy for you move around. Another great thing it's that the best bus station to travel inside Marocco it's like 4min walking from the hotel. If you want to move around Marocco but don't want to rent a car it's easy, just get a bus from Supratours! I spend 4 days in Marrakech and 5 in Agadir, was the perfect match for the crazy atmosphere of Marrakech and the sunny beach in Agadir. And I'm sure if I come back to Marrakech I will stay at Hotel Opera Plaza! Collapse
Standard, nothing special
Stay Date: 04/2018, MrDeelio wrote this review.
Stayed here for a long weekend. My advice.. look for something else and only book this if you have no other choice. Opera Plaza is in a good location, it’s close to some shopping areas, 15 minutes from the market and close by is a train station, rest… See more
Stayed here for a long weekend. My advice.. look for something else and only book this if you have no other choice. Opera Plaza is in a good location, it’s close to some shopping areas, 15 minutes from the market and close by is a train station, restaurants etc. But my chance of staying here again is probably like the size of their lifts, very small!! I'm all for saving energy and looking after mother earth but please can someone buy some lighting for the corridors! It's a dark and eerie walk to your rooms, watch out for the walls!! Clean rooms & comfortable beds, but be warned they lack some basic necessities, not just things you need for a vacation but even for everyday life! No kettle, teas, coffees and no iron! Thanks opera plaza for letting me walk around Marrakech in un-ironed clothing! Apparently there is only 1 iron in the whole hotel which means we are forced to use their laundry services. We were also accused of keeping the iron on one occasion and not returning it. So overall we were a bunch of thieves in creased up clothing (thumbs up Opera Plaza) - oh and the hotel balcony is off limits. We were not allowed to eat outside food, smoke or let alone breathe as the management and stuck up doorman (hicham) interrupted our stay. Never have I stayed at a hotel where the staff were so unfriendly. The miserable receptionists were so rude and hardly cracked a smile. When asking for change, or use of the iron etc, they snapped and mumbled in french to their colleagues about us whilst we stood there. The pool area was nice, and the spa facilities & treatments were acceptable. But that was about the only positive things I can mention. It's a real shame as this hotel as so much potential. Maybe a quick night or two stay with family is fine for here but if you want to have an enjoyable stay with friends - might be better to look elsewhere as they will watch you like hawks and ensure you have a unpleasant stay. Collapse
Excellent hotel in ideal position for Mdina and railway station
Stay Date: 03/2018, Michael C wrote this review.
This modern hotel has clean, well decorated and comfortable rooms with an excellent maid service to keep them in top condition. The public rooms, too, are clean and comfortable in a modern style. The swimming pool is in the centre of the complex in w… See more
This modern hotel has clean, well decorated and comfortable rooms with an excellent maid service to keep them in top condition. The public rooms, too, are clean and comfortable in a modern style. The swimming pool is in the centre of the complex in what would probably be called 'the atrium'. In March the water was cold! The restaurant serves mostly buffet meals with a good choice of both local and international dishes. There is also a quite extensive wine list. Food and service are good. The hotel is well situated with the Mdina a short taxi or electric bus ride away. Walking to the old city takes about 20 minutes. The railway station is next to the hotel for those who wish to see more of Morocco. For those whose children like familiar food there is MacDonalds in the station! Collapse
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