Hotel Mont Gueliz

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

10 -12 Av. Mohamed V, Guéliz, Marrakech, Morocco
Hotel Mont Gueliz
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Costs 36% less but rated 28% lower than other 3 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families40
  • Couples59
  • Solo14
  • Business0

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Forum Posts

Please recommend a good Riad for around 60 Euros a night (per couple)!!!!!

by eastrunner

Hi there,

Can you please recommend a riad with a Hammam (spa) and a close location where we can walk to the Djamaa El Fna - Square in about 10 minutes or less for December. A period property restored would be great, has to be clean and have some sort of heating at night.

Thanks

ER

Re: Please recommend a good Riad for around 60 Euros a night (per couple)!!!!!

by angiebabe

VTer Travel pages are written usually with accommodations that they recommend - there are so many riads these day now though as so many have been bought up and renovated back into their former glory so they are beautiful places to stay at - and very pricey - I usually recommned www.jnanemogador.com but being one of the cheapest best value riads in Marrakech they book out months in advance - so they are probably out of the equation for you

there are also established hotels such as hotel sherazade that has been done up in riad style which is a nicely recommmended place and handy without being too expensive

But if you go to the Travel guides section with marrakech as the destination then see what tips have been written by VTers that could prove a place in your price range

also check out www.morocco-gateway.com - a site set up to recommmend riads and hotels that are family run or personally recommended by Tim who has the site and at the same support with 5% of sales go to an orphanage near Essaouira - there are some very nice places on this site of a range of prices - and whenever Ive used it theyve answered me quickly and offered good deals

Travel Tips for Marrakesh

Public toilets

by windcity

There are many public toilets in Morocco. They can usually be found near mosques. Most are the squat design but in service stations they have sit down toilets. It is courteous to tip the attendant who keeps the place clean, you should pay for the paper they offer. In Djemaa El Fna there is a public toilet behind the plant stalls. Not suitable for wheel chair users.

Goat-trees

by Leipzig

Driving out of town you come along such trees and, believe it or not, on the boughs of the tree are jumping goats. Amazing! This is because during the summer month it hardly rains in Morocco and gras doesn't grow. Leaves are the best alternative to the yellow strawy gras.!

A True 1001 Nights experience!

by girladventure about Fantasia Chez Ali

Chez Ali is a vast fantasy village located in a palmgrove in the outskirts of Marrakech. They made quite a production out of this place that it actually reminded of me Disneyland.

Waiters and waitresses dressed in their own tribal costumes also work as entertainers.

The food is plenty! They serve harira (soup) roasted lamb, or mechoui, vegetable-topped couscous, fruit, pastries and mint tea.

All throughout the dinner, various folklore groups pass through the tents and tables dancing, singing and animating the evening. For sure, if you want a quiet dinner, this will not be the place.

The highlight of the evening comes at the end of your meal when everyone had to move from their tables, sit down on a wooden bench around a large corral in the center of Chez Ali. Charging horsemen in their display of old tribal power with shouts and firing of rifles as the pull their horses to a halt. Then follows the horseback acrobatics, a belly dancer and then up in the night sky Sheherazade and her prince fly to the stars on their magic carpet, as around them fireworks explode.

A bit touristy but worth it!! I went there a couple years ago and we paid I think $40 or $45/person.

El Bahia Palace

by tini58de

What a beautiful palace:

you will find everything you imagine about a palace from 1001 nights:

sunlit courtyards, beautiful gardens with wells and fountains, stucco, colorful windows, mosaics, beautifully painted woodworks and many hidden corners and rooms!

I loved every step of the visit there! Maybe the few photos I posted here will give you an idea!

Entrance fee: 20 DH = 2 € (2006)

Sagha - the juwelers

by belgianchocolate


Very near the 'Palais El Badi' and 'Place Qzadria'
you can find the 'Sagha'. The market of the
juwelers. This used to be the Juwish juwelers
market , but there is little now that reminds
of the Jewish people.

All the shops are quit small but it is interesting
to watch the craftsmen at work. Juwels are sold
per weight. Artistic decorated little hands of fatima
for instance. Or juwels with a more religious
meaning. A lot of gold kitsch. ;-)


Take a moment to admire the beautiful
carved and decorated door.

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Address: 10 -12 Av. Mohamed V, Guéliz, Marrakech, Morocco