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DIY Weekend in Marrakech

Earlier this year I was able to put together a wonderful weekend in Marrakech. If you’re going to travel to Marrakech soon and want to replicate this giveaway or create a done for you trip without the stress and hassle of putting it together this is for you! Here are my picks for a great weekend!

A weekend in Marrakech

Book your stay at Riad Quara

This lovely riad is a true gem. Owner Hayat and her staff will make your stay enjoyable. From the beautiful design, to delicious Moroccan food, and fun cooking classes. Relax on the rooftop or sip some tea near the fountain. It’s centrally located in the medina with a nearby taxi drop off and a short walk to the main square. You’re on the edge of the souks so if you want to do some shopping or visit nearby attractions you can very easily do it.

BOOK: 3 days, 2 nights (or more!) Riad Quara

Hammam for Two – The Royal Mansour

Royal Mansour Spa

One of the most awe-inspiring spas in the world has got to be The Royal Mansour. They have a variety of spa services but if you only book one, go for the hammam treatment. You’ll be pampered in style. If you want to stay longer there’s plenty to do. Sit back, relax and sip some mint tea while you get pampered with a classic Moroccan beauty treatment.

BOOK: a hammam treatment for 2 at The Royal Mansour

Marrakech Food Tour

Marrakechi Tangia

You may know that we have a food tour in Marrakech. If you’re coming and love to eat, then booking a tour with us is a great idea! Discover some of Marrakech’s best, hidden foods with the company of other foodie travelers and a knowledgeable, local guide. (Please note if you’re planning a summer visit, food tours do not operate between June 5 and August 20).

BOOK: Food tour for 2 from Marrakech Food Tours

Lunch + Henna at Henna Art Cafe

Henna Art Cafe - Marrakech

We love this little restaurant and artsy hideaway in the medina and think you will too. Come for lunch and enjoy a meal, then have a safe, and skilled henna artist apply a design of your choice. It’s the perfect little escape for a lovely lunch. If you want to have henna done in Marrakech do it here, it’s safe and well done.

VISIT: Henna Art Cafe and have henna done!  

Lonely Planet Morocco Guidebook + Pocket Marrakech

LP Morocco

 

I’m a huge fan of Lonely Planet guidebooks and the Morocco big edition and pocket Marrakech version have both been recently updated.

GET IT; 1 Copy Lonely Planet Morocco + 1 copy Lonely Planet pocket Marrakech

What else can you do?

You might want to check out some of my other posts about what to do in Marrakech!

Majorelle Gardens

10 Things to do in Marrakech on Any Budget

First Timer’s Guide to Morocco

 

 

Thank you so much to the sponsors of the original giveaway. I know I appreciate it as do my readers. Share the love and connect with these great people as well!

See you in Marrakech!

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Nancy Claire

Thursday 7th of May 2020

I am overwhelmed by the wealth of information you have provided. I have visited Marrakech only for 3 days 8 years ago and fell in love to the city. Now I want to celebrate my 50th birthday in Marrakech along with 12 other friends. I still have a lot of questions in the planning. Still debating between a bday dinner at Dar Yacout or Comptoir Darna or Amanjeena??? Staying in the medina or Gueliz/Hivernage... Day trip to Essaouira or Atlas Mountain? Plz help

In 4 days around the World - ITB 2016 | The Midnight Blue Elephant

Tuesday 23rd of August 2016

[…] for all things Moroccan and intercultural. (If you also want to meet the two of them head over here for an amazing giveaway!) I heard a very inspiring talk about fair trade tourism and the fate of […]

Laura Campbell

Thursday 16th of June 2016

Visiting Marrakesh is one of dreams. This post is absolutely fantastic! Surely I will try to fit all this places on my visit. Congratulations on the blog. Did the contest subscription ended?

Xox

Amanda Mouttaki

Thursday 16th of June 2016

Yes it did end so sorry!- hope you make it one day!

Hildegunn Gjerde

Sunday 3rd of April 2016

Wow, such a beutiful place I would love to visit.☀️?

Alexandra

Monday 28th of March 2016

Hello ther! What a fantastic idea this contest is, i love the idea of winning! I ve been willing to visit Morocco for some years now, i m so obsessed with its colours, food and architecture! Just a question though, i entered my name and email and nothing else came next!Is that all i have to do to participate or i missed smth? Cheers, Alexandra