This luxurious and trendy hotel offers an excellent combination of modernity, comfort and the traditional. Watch the sun set over the Koutoubia, while drinking fruit juices, mint teas, cocktails and savouring delicious food. In the evening, the restaurant really comes alive. To access the rooftop, use the entrance to the boutique on Rue Fatima Zahra before heading upstairs. As for the cuisine, each dish is prepared with fruit and vegetables freshly harvested from local farms and markets, combined with vibrant herbs, exotic spices and fragrant aromatics.
Address: Derb Moulay Abdellah Ben Hezzian, Bab El Kasour, Médina, Marrakech
Telephone: +212 524 44 1220
Renowned for its intimacy as well as the quality and refinement of its cuisine, Al Fassia has a long-standing reputation for its traditional dishes. Serving people some of the best Moroccan dishes a la carte in the city and also offering a wide selection of Moroccan wines, Al Fassia is a must-visit. Run by women, it offers classic Guéliz cuisine with an affordable menu including tasty tagines, tender saffron rice kebabs, couscous topped with caramelised onions and many other delicious dishes.
Address: 55 Bd Mohamed Zerktouni, Marrakech 40000
Telephone: +212 524 43 79 73
Discover the essence of Moroccan hospitality at the legendary La Maison Arabe, a luxurious riad-hotel located in the heart of the ancient medina of Marrakech. A haven of peace, this oasis celebrates a storied past, providing one of Marrakech's finest dining experiences since 1946. Visit its restaurant, which offers a mix of French, Moroccan and Asian dishes and overlooks a candlelit pool area. Seafood takes centre stage, with dishes such as lobster ravioli and pan-fried scallops with caramelised endives among the best things on the menu.
Address: 1, Derb Assehbé, Bab Doukkala, Marrakech Médina
Telephone: +212 524 38 70 10
Yacout is a Marrakech landmark, which was established some 30 years ago in the Medina. It features an enchanting decor, as well as private lounges and breathtaking panoramic views from the roof terrace that looks out over the Medina and to the Koutoubia Mosque. It is customary to first go up to the terrace for an aperitif, allowing you to take in the views. Afterwards, head downstairs and take a seat in one of Dar Yacout's many areas to appreciate the authentic architecture of this unusual riad, with its amazing arcades, pools and carved ceilings. This restaurant offers traditional Moroccan gourmet cuisine, with a menu that incorporates an astonishing array of flavours, and a service that meets the very highest standards.
Address: Dar Yacout 79, Derb Sidi Ahmed Soussi, Bab Doukkala - Marrakech
Telephone: +212 (0)5 24 38 29 29 / +212 (0)5 24 38 29 00
The interior design of this elegant establishment is an invitation to discover the timeless style of Morocco combined with the bistro spirit of the last century. The décor features a huge, ornate staircase and art deco motifs - palm leaves, beamed ceilings, marble and checked floors - that create a roaring twenties feel. In the evening, the chic brasserie atmosphere becomes more intimate with soft lighting, white tablecloths, exotic oriental music mixed with jazz and candlelit dining. The menu, made up of delicious French bistro classics, includes the popular Niçoise salad, garnished with a perfect boquerone. In addition, the service is excellent and the wine list includes some particularly good Moroccan options, the Val d'Argan Rosé being our favourite.
Address: Angle Boulevard El Mansour Eddahbi and Avenue Imam Malik Guéliz 40000 Marrakech
Telephone: +212 5244-33038
Located just behind Carré Eden, Marrakech's shopping centre, in a loft-like space, is Kilim, a restaurant that is both vintage and modern with innumerable splashes of Moroccan craftsmanship. A nice place for lunch if you're in the area. The atmosphere is warm, making it a great place to enjoy international Moroccan dishes. On their menu, they offer mixed salads and Moroccan cuisine with a twist. We personally recommend you try their classic hummus and carrot hummus with olive oil, which are both absolutely delicious.
Address: 3 Rez-de-chaussé, immeuble dani 36 located at the corner of Rue la Liberté and Rue Tarik Ben Ziad, Marrakech 40000
Telephone: +212 5244-46999
Located in the heart of Guéliz, this contemporary restaurant offers innovative dishes with different flavours, reflecting the great cultural diversity of its owner's native Australia. The aim of +61 is to capture the spirit of the Australian lifestyle - relaxed, simple and generous. Simplicity is present in both their cuisine and their decor. Dishes are created using only fresh, seasonal produce and their open plan dining room features an uncluttered decor, crafted by local artisans. You can't leave without trying their desserts, which include the lamington sponge chocolate coconut”.
Address: 96 Rue Mohammed el Beqal, Gueliz, Marrakech
Telephone: +212 524 20 70 20
On the road to the Ourika valley stand the ochre walls of the Bô-zin, an attractive restaurant that invites you to spend a unique evening in an exceptional musical atmosphere. The restaurant has several separate areas offering distinct atmospheres. The interior room with its fireplace provides a sober and warm atmosphere. Then there is the pergola, cooled by fans and mists, which offers a natural extension to the room - an ideal indoor-outdoor space whatever the season. Finally, the exotic garden reveals lush pools and summer lounges for a precious moment, a mix of Zen spirit and luxury. The menu takes you on a journey around the world with a wide range of flavours such as teriyaki salmon back, couscous, steamed starters and much more. In addition, the bar offers exquisite cocktails that can be enjoyed alongside the sounds of the resident DJ. It's little wonder that Bô zin has become one of the most popular venues in the city!
Address: Route de l'Ourika 3.5 KMs Marrakesh
Telephone: +212 (0) 524 388 012
Nestled in the upscale Hivernage district, near the Mamounia and Royal Mansour palaces, is the Jad Mahal Palace, built around a patio, with lush vegetation and large ponds. This lively venue, inaugurated twelve years ago, brings together restaurants, bars and shows in a magical and sophisticated setting. A true invitation to travel, its decoration combines the excellence of Moroccan craftsmanship, notably its traditional tables, with the richness of Indian culture represented by brightly coloured fabrics. The building's architecture echoes that of traditional Moroccan palaces. The chef offers three delicious types of cuisine: Moroccan, French and Thai. What's more, during your dinner, a captivating show takes place, complete with fire-eaters and belly-dancing!
Address: Rue Haroun Errachid, Marrakech 40000
Telephone: +212 5244-36984
Inspired by the popular oriental concept of the izakaya - popular restaurants in Asia that offer traditional Cantonese small plates to share - at Ling, food is served to accompany drinks, rather than the other way around. With drinking, dining and dancing to the fore, Ling embraces the DNA of the Hakkasan firm to create an experience that reflects and complements the beautiful Moroccan surroundings. Located in the west wing of the hotel lobby, this restaurant flows from indoors to outdoors, with a spacious outdoor terrace overlooking the gardens, lounge and bar. In addition, the eclectic and energetic soundtrack adds to the festive atmosphere.
Address: Route du Golf Royal, 40 000 Marrakech
Telephone: +212 5 24 29 88 88
And if none of these take your fancy? Well, fortunately Villanovo has a range of luxury villas and elegant traditional riads available, offering the services of a private chef. So don't hesitate to take a look at our fantastic range of properties.
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