Some of the finest hotels in the world are located in Marrakech
Here you can buy anything from handicraft to local spices and remedies and everything in between or dine in one of the many hidden restaurants, so modest in style from the outside, yet housing such surprisingly spectacular interiors. Further afield, you can take a visit to the Koutoubia Mosque, one of the flagship landmarks of holidays in Marrakech or see the beauty of the El Bahia Palace where you can see that no expense has been spared in its creation.The local guides can indulge you with their intimate knowledge and teach you all about its history. Some of the finest hotels in the world are located in Marrakech and yet are refreshingly good value for money. Stay bed and breakfast in one of the many fine riads here and experience this mesmerising gem, whether it’s for a city break or something a little longer. Marrakech is easily accessible whether you are looking for a last minute summer holiday or a late city break during the winter. Book late deals to Marrakech online here at Latedeals.co.uk. today.
Places to Visit
Djeema el Fna
During the day snake charmers, story tellers, street entertainers and traders edge this enormous square, however as night falls the place becomes unrecognisable as restaurants spring up out of nowhere and locals gather to meet and socialise.
Yves Saint Laurent skillfully restored these gardens following the death of the owner, a painter named Majorelle. The exquisite landscape is beautifully manicured, full of colour and extremely peaceful. Yves saint Laurent felt so at home here, he had his ashes scattered in the gardens following his death in 2008.