The Moroccan city of Marrakech still exhibits evidence of its former imperial past with stunning palaces, mosques, bustling neighborhoods, and gardens. Among the many vacation accommodations in the city, Marrakech’s boutique hotels are the ideal choice for design enthusiasts and luxury lovers.
Historic attractions in the Medina
Travelers looking for an authentic experience in Marrakech should stay in the historic, albeit busy, Medina district. Opting for boutique hotels in Marrakech’s Medina lets visitors experience the local design style and vibe even while indoors.
Outside the hotel, the Medina is home to numerous souks and famous historic landmarks like the Jamaa el Fna – a vibrant public square. The Koutoubia Mosque, the largest in Marrakech, is another historic structure in the region.
Gueliz - European flair in Marrakech
The Gueliz region stands in stark contrast to the historic quarters, with its modern restaurants, boulevards, art galleries, and big-brand shopping options. Travelers who prefer contemporary acommodation would love staying in the boutique hotels in this part of town.
The Matisse Art Gallery with exhibitions by renowned artists and the Jardin Majorelle, an enchanting botanical garden, are attractions that will appeal to design and art lovers. The Theatre Royal, an events’ venue and architectural wonder, is another place of interest to visit in Gueliz.