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Marrakesh hotels

Marrakesh's big hotels are located in three main areas: La Palmeraie, an expansive palm grove turned suburb northeast of the city; Hivernage, a posh residential area west of the Medina; and Zone Hotèlière de l'Aguedal, the city's newest hotel zone, located along the Boulevard Mohammed VI (formerly Avenue de France), to the southwest of Hivernage and the Medina. But for the connoisseur, the best way to experience Marrakesh is to stay—at least for part of your visit—in a riad, such as Meriem and Hayati. Converted from traditional Moroccan houses, these boutique hotels are usually located in the Medina, have a relaxed atmosphere, and are charmingly individual with zellij (mosaic tile) fountains, and tadlakt (polished plaster) walls. Plus there's always a rooftop terrace or two for lazing away the day under the Moroccan sun. If you're traveling in the high winter season, book your room two months in advance and expect to pay from $250 to $500 a night for a room in La Palmeraie, Hivernage, or Zone Hotèlière de l'Aguedal, and about $100 to $250 for a room in one of the Medina's many riads.

After a three-year renovation under the direction of hot French designer Jacques Garcia (and with the active involvement of the King of Morocco), Marrakesh's iconic hotel, La Mamounia, reopened in September 2009. A number of other big-name hotels are also in the works: Mandarin Oriental, Four Seasons, and Rocco Forte Collection will all open their doors in the near future.

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Riad Magi, Medina, Marrakesh

If you're watching your dirhams, this unpretentious and friendly six-bedroom riad, in a quiet neighborhood a five-minute walk from the Place Jemaa El Fna, is a...more

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Riad Hayati, Medina, Marrakesh

Opened in 2005, this beautifully restored 18th-century residence, near the Bahia Palace, was a labor of love for its Anglo-American owner, Ron Ciccone. Ciccone...more

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Riyad El Cadi, Medina, Marrakesh

A ten-minute walk from the Medina's central square, Riyad El Cadi is made up of seven traditional houses. Its 12 supremely comfortable rooms are spread out over...more

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AnaYela, Medina, Marrakesh

Everything at the five-room AnaYela, in the northern part of Marrakech's Old City—from the rose petal-filmed plunge pool to the abundance of filigreed...more

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Angsana Riads, Medina, Marrakesh

Angsana, the Singapore-based sister brand of Banyan Tree hotels, has made a major foray into Morocco with the launch of a terrific family of riads. Run by...more

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Riad Meriem, Medina, Marrakech

A pet project of New York designer, art collector, and world traveler Thomas Hays, Meriem is a tasteful little riad sporting glistening tadlakt walls—in...more

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Riad Noir d'Ivoire, Medina, Marrakesh

You know you're in for a unique experience when a handsome young man dressed in black and Couscous, the house donkey, meet you in the Noir d'Ivoire's parking...more

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Dar JL, La Palmeraie, Marrakesh

Tucked away in the Palmeraie district, this private estate, whose Swedish owners recently opened it to the public, is a literal oasis. The 12-acre grounds...more

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Jnane Tamsna, La Palmeraie, Marrakesh

In the early 1990s, visionary Senegalese interior designer Meryanne Loum-Martin introduced the boutique-hotel concept to Marrakesh with a pair of posh villas...more

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Kasbah Tamadot, Asni

This is Sir Richard Branson's Moroccan retreat—as every other sign on the property will remind you—and it's every bit the North African fantasia you'd...more

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