The hotel is showing its age somewhat, and a revamp of some areas would not go amiss. We booked full board, and spent a number of days becoming aware of what that meant by way of what we could not order from an otherwise reasonably extensive menus. Next time it may be half-board and a wider choice. The staff were very attentive and pleasant.
Under the gaze of the magnificent Atlas Mountains, the Palmeraie resort's sublime landscape plays host to a championship golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones - The PalmGolf Marrakech Palmeraie.
Set in a natural Eden, the famous 5-star hotel Palmeraie Palace, emblem of the Palmeraie Resorts, this luxury hotel is the ideal place to experience the traditional charm of Morocco and to perfect your golf game.
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The Palmeraie Palace is nestled in the midst of a beautiful landscape overlooked by the snow-capped Atlas Mountains, and provides a relaxing and luxurious haven for golf and leisure visitors. From the spacious rooms, guests will look out over the swimming pools, the golf course and the mountains.
In total, there are 314 bedrooms and suites, all of which are decorated in a stylish fashion, and are equipped with the best modern facilities, including air-conditioning, satellite television, safe and mini-bar. The Palace Hotel is the centrepiece of Palmeraie, the most comprehensive golf resort in Morocco, and is the high end choice for a golf holiday in Morocco.The Palmeraie Palace is superbly equipped; the four swimming pools are at the heart of the resort, which also has tennis and squash courts, mini golf, riding stables and bowling. Visiting families may be interested in the excellent kids' club at Palmeraie, which offers a great range of activities. The Spa facility offers a wide range of indulgent treatments, and also boasts a jacuzzi, steam room, sauna, Turkish bath and a superb fitness centre.
The resort's eight different restaurants will allow you to try cuisine from Italy, France, Morocco, China and beyond.
If you fancy a laugh, head to Hollywood Bowl, the hotel's ten pin bowling alley.
The Nineteenth Hole is a bar tailor-made for golfers, and is the place to meet after your round.
With the opening of Le Comptoir (Avenue Rechouda), the sister restaurant to the Parisian establishment of the same name, the gastronomic landscape of Marrakech changed. Without doubt the finest eatery in town.
- Indoor Swimming Pool
- Steam Room
- Beauty Salon
- Outdoor Swimming Pool
- In House Restaurant
- In House Bar
- On-Site Parking
- Satellite TV
- Wake-up Call
- Room Service
- Direct Dial Telephone
We stayed at the Palmeraie Golf Palace and it was superb in almost every way. The only glitch was that our room was not tidied up when we returned from our golf at Amelkis on the second day. They made up for it though by immediately sending someone to attend to it while we relaxed at the spa.
The layouts at both Palmeraie and Amelkis were superb and about as good as one could expect for a resort. Both provided a good test for both me and my wife, and had I felt the challenge to play from the back tees, the length-difference would have challenged me adequately.
On course conditions were OK but I was a bit disappointed in that they had not changed cups for a long time so the edges were a bit tattered.
We only used the clubhouse for coffee which, while a bit pricey, was good, as well as lunch which was excellent at both Palmeraie and Amelkis.
Overall verdict - A strong 7 I would say. The cold weather put a bit of a damper on the week through no fault of Palmeraie of course.
Would you recommend YGT to a friend? Most definitely!
We had a wonderful time and the golf was good at all three courses we played. The greens at Palmeraie were very fast and all the courses were pleasant to play. Caddies were good and we paid about 15 pounds a round including the tip. At Al Maaden you don’t really need to have caddies and buggies are about 30 pounds.
The Palmeraie Palace Hotel was very good. The Moroccan and Brazilian restaurants were good value and brilliant nights out with entertainment included. Drinks were a little expensive but the breakfasts at the hotel were wonderful.
Going into Marrakech is
a must. It’s a different culture and a walk around the Souks and the Kasbar was
marvellous. Everyone should try to eat in one of the stalls in the night market...
good food and it’s cheap!
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