Radisson Blu Marrakech Carre Eden
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Located in the recently built Carré Eden complex in the central Gueliz district, the Radisson Blu Hotel in Marrakech is surrounded by trendy bars and restaurants as well as a shopping mall populated with high-end international stores. Gazing at the hotel’s striking modern lobby, patio, restaurant and bar designed by famous architect Imaad Rahmouni, it’s easy to forget that the historic medina, with the vibrant Djemaa El-Fna square and famous souks, is just a short walk away.
The 198 rooms and suites at the Radisson Blu Hotel Marrakech Carre Eden, created by acclaimed architects Lotfi Sidi Rahal and Meriem Benkirane, feature a warm, contemporary style and amenities like free high-speed, wireless Internet and LED screens with satellite channels. The unique open dining area combines a restaurant, lounge and bar and serves organic meat and fish cooked over a charcoal grill as well as tapas and sushi. The hotel also features an aquarium swimming pool, an expansive patio with sun beds, a fitness center, a spa and a ballroom.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 198
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- Room Service 24hr: Yes
- In Room Safe
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Outdoor Pool Free: Yes
- Jacuzzi Free: No
- Sauna Free: No
- Solarium Free: No
- Steam Room Free: No
- Gym Free: No
- Baby Listening
- Baby Sitting
- Interconnecting Rooms
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 06:00
- Monday to Friday: 06:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 11:00
- Monday to Friday: 11:00
- Bar in Hotel
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 597 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Excellent stay in a modern hotel. Great staff
Stay Date: 05/2018, Foodie314314 wrote this review.
From the start, our experience was excellent. Khalid at reception was wonderful. He tried his best to accommodate our request that we had made in advance and as he was unable to, he was kind enough to upgrade us to suites that met our requirements. E… See more
From the start, our experience was excellent. Khalid at reception was wonderful. He tried his best to accommodate our request that we had made in advance and as he was unable to, he was kind enough to upgrade us to suites that met our requirements. Excellent suites. very spacious and clean. Great for families. The hotel itself is located as part of what appears to be an upmarket area (I maybe wrong) and shopping centre. There are very nice restaurants around and the hotel food was excellent as well. The breakfast spread was extensive with live stations and amazing fresh fruit juices. Room service was of a high standard as well. The TV selection was very good and there is youtube access on the televisions + you can connect your own devices. excellent when you have kids. the hotel has a heated pool as well as a spa and a gym. This is a very nice radisson blu property. Every member of staff from the doorman, bell boys to the manager were all exceptional. Keep it up. Collapse
First part of the stay couldn’t have been better
Stay Date: 05/2018, Michaela L wrote this review.
We were taken care of our special parking requirements were fulfilled ( two HD Streetglides), and the requirement to park them and most of our luggage while we went on a three day desert tour. However the staff has changed out an is a little sluggish… See more
We were taken care of our special parking requirements were fulfilled ( two HD Streetglides), and the requirement to park them and most of our luggage while we went on a three day desert tour. However the staff has changed out an is a little sluggish now, which is kind of sad since we‘ve received such a wonderful service the first night... but we‘ll see how it develops Collapse
Stay Date: 05/2018, Skytourist wrote this review.
Built in a new town area with shops and cafes all around. It is a fair walk into the Souk but manageable. Rooms are very new and stylish in design. Facing into the pool area it is still quiet. No real Moroccan feel to it though. Breakfast is good and… See more
Built in a new town area with shops and cafes all around. It is a fair walk into the Souk but manageable. Rooms are very new and stylish in design. Facing into the pool area it is still quiet. No real Moroccan feel to it though. Breakfast is good and a spa fitness area is also reasonable. Collapse
Quiet but central
Stay Date: 04/2018, J0anned568 wrote this review.
This hotel is built on top of a shopping mall in the centre of a busy retail area with lots of people around in the afternoon and evening. Despite this, it was very quiet in our room and very unhurried and private. It is an easy 20-25 min stroll t… See more
This hotel is built on top of a shopping mall in the centre of a busy retail area with lots of people around in the afternoon and evening. Despite this, it was very quiet in our room and very unhurried and private. It is an easy 20-25 min stroll to Koutoubia Mosque and Souka and about the same distance to the Yves St Laurent Gardens. There are plenty of options to eat in the surrounding district at all price points. The hotel seems designed for small groups, and business travellers, rather than larger groups, so it has a more sophisticated but relaxed feel about it, compared with other hotels we stayed at in Morocco. Entry is at street level, but reception is on 2nd floor. You often need to change lifts to get to the upper floors which sometimes can make it a bit slow. The room was a reasonable size with space to spread out our luggage. It was sunny during the day, but very dark during sleep time. We were some distance from the lifts at the back of the hotel, but this was not really a problem. The bed was comfortable. The room had an open style bathroom with only the shower and the toilet in closed spaces. This resulted in us having limited space to hang our hand washing, a necessary task when on long trips and the laundry prices were big city prices. Many other rooms have separate bathrooms so it might be worth asking for one of these. Breakfast was buffet style, with an extensive cold selection and a more limited hot selection, although there was a crepe and omelette station. We also had a drink in the bar, which was a bit smoky, but the atmosphere was good. We did not use the pool, but it looked quite inviting, if the weather had been warmer. Collapse
An oasis of calm
Stay Date: 03/2018, snowie25 wrote this review.
This is a lovely hotel situated in the newer part of Marrakech Gueliz and about a 15 to 20 minute walk to the Medina. Its a very cosmopolitan and relaxed area where people were less conservative in how they dressed and there were lots of resturants, … See more
This is a lovely hotel situated in the newer part of Marrakech Gueliz and about a 15 to 20 minute walk to the Medina. Its a very cosmopolitan and relaxed area where people were less conservative in how they dressed and there were lots of resturants, cafes and bars/clubs. The hotel in next to the big shopping centre. Once you enter the hotel the hustle and bustle is gone and is really calm. The hotel is beautifully decorated and the service from all staff we encountered was excellent. Breakfast is great - a massive selection of food and there is a fresh omelette station too. The pool area is really lovely and a welcome break from the business of the medina where you can sunbathe and order cocktails to your lounger. The bar is comfortable and is table service. If you drink wine the Moroccan Rose is lovely and much cheaper than the French equivalent available. We ate dinner one night - massive rib eye steaks perfectly cooked. They also give you bread and soup to start at no additional cost. We also had tapas at the bar and lunch by the pool. All the food we had was of a high quality and reasonably priced (at UK standards) obviously more expensive then eating locally in the Medina. The rooms were stylish and comfortable. The carre eden was the perfect base for us to explore Marrakech. Collapse
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