All Inclusive Holidays to Marrakech
With an ancient centre filled with winding streets and thriving, colourful markets, the walled medieval city of Marrakech is the perfect introduction into Moroccan culture. Stroll through landscaped gardens, cool down under the shade of impressive palaces and tuck into traditional tagine before stealing away to your All Inclusive hotel.
Marrakech All Inclusive Holidays
Strike the perfect balance on an All Inclusive break to Marrakech
In less than four hours from UK airports, you could be exploring the ancient streets of Morocco’s capital and sipping mint tea from the terracotta roof tops.
An All Inclusive break is the perfect way to explore Marrakech, offering everything you need for enjoying the Moroccan sun by the pool, away from the winding streets of the medina and crowded souks. In the heart of the city, the lively Jemaa el-Fna square offers plenty of photo opportunities from snake charmers to food stalls and horse drawn carriages while the more modern quarters of Gueliz are packed with cutting edge galleries and elegant boutiques.
Explore the beautiful Jardin Majorelle for a peaceful break in the day, with exotic plants and a water lily pond, if you can bear to tear yourself away from the poolside.
Outside the city’s walls, the Atlas Mountains provide plenty of exciting day trips where you can explore traditional Berber villages, glimpse breathtaking waterfalls and views across the Sahara desert before returning to your indulgent hotel.
What's included in your holiday
You won’t need to worry about leaving your wallet in the hotel room when you head to the pool as everything you could need throughout the day is included, from breakfast through to dinner with many resorts including afternoon teas and snacks throughout the day and unlimited drinks between specified hours. All Inclusive packages vary from resort to resort with a selection of perks from free towels and transfers to free use of the gym and kids’ club. Check the hotel’s information before booking for a detailed list of benefits.
Other popular holidays in Morocco
Away from the vibrant souks of Marrakech, Morocco has plenty to offer from the majestic Atlas Mountains just waiting to be discovered to the beach resort of Agadir in the south where you’ll find a fantastic selection of All Inclusive hotels. If you decide Marrakech still has your heart, take a look at our travel guide before checking out some of our favourite All Inclusive resorts below.
Other popular All Inclusive holidays
Surrounded by lush gardens featuring a super-sized swimming pool, the luxurious Clubhotel Riu Tikida Palmeraie is located in an affluent area of Marrakech, a 10-minute shuttle from the souks and narrow streets of the medina. Little ones will enjoy the daily entertainment program supplied by the RiuLand kids’ club for four to 12-year-olds, the separate kids’ pool and playground. Meanwhile adults can relax in the peaceful oasis surrounded by exotic gardens or take part in art and fitness classes. With three restaurants to choose from, tuck into an American buffet breakfast in the main restaurant, uncover the gastronomy of Morocco at lunch and dinner in the themed restaurant or sit poolside and enjoy fresh, Italian dishes as the sun goes down.
The stone terraces surrounding the large, outdoor pool are the perfect spot to relax away from the bustle of the centre of Marrakech, which can be reached in 15 minutes on the courtesy hotel shuttle bus. When you’re done topping up your tan, take advantage of the tennis and basketball courts, table tennis, beach volleyball and mini golf on offer and enjoy authentic cuisine at the atmospheric Moroccan restaurant featuring live music while you dine. You’ll find a range of daytime and evening entertainment across the hotel’s three bars from mini discos to karaoke and quizzes.
Embellished with grand terracotta walls, dark wood furnishings and red linens, this 4* haven is placed just outside the medina in Marrakech. Relax on sumptuous sunloungers around the palm tree-lined, outdoor pool with views of the snow-capped peaks of the Atlas mountains. Then, enjoy a stroll around the hotel’s citrus gardens, a relaxed game of tennis on the clay courts or some freshly made tagines in the Moroccan restaurant, which also showcases breathtaking vistas. The hotel shuttle bus runs daily and will have you at the iconic Jemaa el-fna in 10 minutes. For those travelling with little ones, they will also have access to the hotel-run kids’ club.