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The place definitely deserves to be called a boutique, it only has 10 huts/bungalows nestled around a sizable olive garden with a large beautiful pool. Everything looks fresh and very well designed. But true beauty of this place (and the reason I’ve decided to write...More
We loved our 5 night stay at Les Cinq Djellabas. Airport pick up from super friendly driver. It’s 20 mins outside of the medina so if you want to be on the outskirts, can highly recommend this place. You get a return transfer to the...More
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Wanted to get away in Jan for a few days break. Booked this hotel as on the web site it looked perfect. We sent, by email our...More
Les Cinq Djellabas is the perfect hotel for relaxing after a busy day investigating the sights and sounds of Marrakesh. Our beautifully appointed bungalow with its reed roof was a little island of peace set amid the olive trees and banana palms. And the luxury...More
We ( 4 friends) stayed at this hotel for a bit of a break from the British miserable winter weather and it lived up to all our expectations! 2 of our party had visited before or we might have wondered where we were going to...More
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There's loads to do from organised trips from the hotel to the Atlas Mountains (Spectacular), camel riding (great fun), quad biking over dunes (didn't do), historic tours and so on. The taxis are cheap, and with the taxi... More
There's loads to do from organised trips from the hotel to the Atlas Mountains (Spectacular), camel riding (great fun), quad biking over dunes (didn't do), historic tours and so on. The taxis are cheap, and with the taxi you get your own guide. The city of Marrakesh is a real bustle of life so be prepared for hectic! However, my wife and I felt totally safe wandering around the back streets, through the crowds and into the souks (although expect to be approached incessantly to buy stuff, look at shops etc). DO NOT accept anyone's offer to take you to the restaurant you're looking for as they will a) expect payment or b) take you to a restaurant of their choice that gives them a back-hander! It's all normally business over there and not to be unnerved by. We didn't feel intimidated once, even when we got slightly lost in the souks.