Club Sangho Privilege Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

PO Box 1567, Daoudiate, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 29% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families47
  • Couples60
  • Solo66
  • Business50

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Forum Posts

shopping and shipping

by karinvanstaden

We plan to visit Morocco, with one thing in mind and it is shopping, from doors and door frames, carpets and laterns....we are build our dream home and need the moroccon finish..colour and more colour. Does anybody know how to go by to get a crate of how do you ship the stuff back, who do i contact, do i plan it from south Africa or in Morroco? please help to make our dream come true....

Re: shopping and shipping

by windcity

It depends where you plan to do your shopping but most tourist cities, Marrakech, Fes, Cassa etc have shipping companies ready to offer crating and shipping facilities. Larger shops will offer to assist with your shipping. You can also do it yourself by having crates made and contacting an agency for transport and documentation.

Travel Tips for Marrakesh

Quad biking and horse riding in marrakech

by silvia121

The city of Marrakech has many sights and sounds and flavours to it. However the best places to escape all the noise is to head out of the centre about 20 mins outside into the palmaraie or the palm grove of marrakech. The best way to embrace and to enjoy the best views and the scenic location is on a quad bike or even a horse riding tour. These activites take place outiside the city in a vast empty land with the best way to see the city from the outside whilst enjoying the tour on your ride either high speed quad or a nice stroll on the famous berber/arab horses.

Hussain
www.marrakech-loisirs.com

Tizi-n-Tichka Pass, highest road over the Atlas

by vtveen

The Tizi-n-Tichka Pass road was completed by the French Foreign Legion in 1936. It is the highest pass road over the Atlas Mountains; Tizi-n-Tichka Pass itself is 2260 metres high. The road is an important connection between Marrakech and Ouarzate.

We made this (day) trip with a rental car, starting nearby the bus station of Marrakech eastwards to Fez. After a couple of kilometres we turned right onto road N9, passed some villages and reached the quiet countryside nearby Aït Ourir (with a souk on Monday). We had coffee in a new café/restaurant along the road nearby Taferiate with a nice terrace overlooking a green valley with olive orchards.

The scenery quickly got more rugged with gaunt hillsides, deep ravines and these hidden picturesque Berber villages, always in the same colours as the surrounding mountains. We reached the first pass - Tizi-n-Aït Imger - at an altitude of 1470 m. with great views of the High Atlas with their snow-capped peaks.
During the drive lots of fossil sellers were jumping on the road just in front our car, showing there stones. A couple of them were rather aggressive when we made (photo)stops. Along the road you will find fossil stalls, gift shops and cafés.

After the village of Taddert the road got very impressive with lots of hairpins and was climbing through a barren landscape and rather steep to the pass. Driving this part of the route made us clear why this is called one of the most scenic drives in Morocco with sometimes dramatic landscape. The mountain scenery around the Tizi-n-Tichka Pass is stunning and breathtaking and absolutely worth a visit.

The pass is about 110 km’s from Marrakech and it took us 2 hours to reach the top (with a lot of stops). We continued our way to Telouet (see tip). Try to avoid driving in the twilight, because it can be rather dangerous in the villages without any lights and with donkeys and bikers on the road. Normally the road is in good condition and driving is no problem at all; traffic - some cars, buses and trucks - is rather rare.

Dar Mimoun

by barryg23 about Local Cuisine

Though it's more expensive than your average Moroccan restaurant, I would strongly recommend a visit to Dar Mimoun. Set in a beautiful, quiet courtyard in one of the streets off Djemam el Fna, Dar Mimoun offers fantastic Moroccan food. We went for the 130 Dirham 3 course menu and there was so much food there we had to take it real slowly. My starter - a Moroccan salad, see picture - consisted of 9 separate plates! All this before a huge couscous for main course! The restaurant was not obviously aimed at tourists though at those prices it was mostly foreigners who were eating there.

Hop on a camel in La Palmeraie

by sunlovey

Yeah, yeah, yeah, it's touristy, but it's still quite an experience and I'm glad we did it! We took a taxi out to La Palmeraie and found this area a wee bit too Vegas meets Boca Raton country clubs. BUT, the Palm groves are a sight to behold. Especially with the Atlas mountains in the backdrop.

You'll see small herds of camels throughout this area. Simply stop at one and approach their caretaker. We made a deal to ride a pair of camels for about an hour for around $30 dollars.

The moment I sat on mine it pulled itself up on its feet in the most ungraceful way, the poor boy! I pet him the entire ride and swatted flies out of his eyes. There was a darling 3-week old baby there as well that I couldn't help but pet. It made a Chewbacca-like noise upon contact. Scared me to death! But he was truly adorable. Our camel guide snapped a couple of photos of us while we rode and crafted a cool little camel for me out of palm fronds. He wanted a "present" (tip) at the end of our ride. We gave him 100 dirhams. Then he tapped the legs of our camels and they dropped to the ground, once again laborously. Like I said, it was an experience.

Colourful 'oasis' in the busy town

by sachara

The Jardin Majorelle is a perfect place to spend a few hours, if you have enough of the busy souqs and streets for a while. The garden is a lovely, shady and intimate place, but don't think you will be the only visitor. I was in 1975, but nowadays it can be very crowded at most times of the day.

After passing the gate you enter a lovely and colourful inner court (picture 1). Turning to the right you make first a nice walk between the cactuses and will see soon the pound with aquatic plants like waterlillies (picture 3) in front of the blue Majorelle Villa. In other parts of the garden you walk between the many species of palms (picture 4) and the bamboos (picture 2).

Everyhwere in the garden you will find colourful pots with flowering plants (picture 1, 2, 3 & 5) in perfect harmony with their environment. There are benches for a little rest in the shade (picture 5).

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 Club Sangho Privilege Hotel

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Address: PO Box 1567, Daoudiate, Marrakech, 40000, Morocco