Our party of 8 golfers arrived at the hotel,which was a 45 minute drive from the airport in crazy traffic, 5 days after the earthquake for 7 days on an all inclusive basis. Although there was no major damage there were workers in all the empty rooms,filling in cracks and repainting. Our rooms were quite small,so much so that the twin beds could only separated by approx 6 inches. There was no tea/coffee making facilities in the room,no iron and board and nothing in the fridge.On the plus side the shower was hot and powerful.It was a garden view room,the garden was 7-8 feet of sparse grass bordered by a 2 ft. hedge, a shingle road and a few olive trees the a wall to the adjoining property. The bar didn't seem to have aircon, all the drinks were of local alcohol even cheap international drinks such as Smirnoff,Gordons had to be paid for. The restaurant was in the style of an airportor/service station dining area,though there was outdoor seating as long as you could stand the loud music in a foreign language. The food was very bland with most of the meat overcooked and tough and the vegetables, especially the potatoes undercooked. The snack shack by the pool served burgers and hot dogs,but after 3pm it was dry sandwiches. I would only class the hotel as 3 star,not 4 as claimed.
Iberostar Club Palmeraie Marrakech is unique in being one of the most family friendly hotels in Morocco’s capital. The four-star all inclusive hotel is synonymous with Marrakech’s immense history and culture, from the dishes at the restaurants to the themed rooms and facilities guests will get a true Marrakech experience.
Just 15 minutes from Marrakech’s bustling city centre, 16km from Marrakech-Menara Airport and close by to many of the area’s best golf courses, especially PalmGolf Marrakech Palmeraie.