Be Live Experience Marrakech Palmeraie

At the Be Live Experience Marrakech Palmeraie, you’ll enjoy a traditional Moroccan experience. Crimson buildings sit in oasis-like gardens and your room will look out to the Atlas Mountains or palm groves, so postcard-worthy views are guaranteed.

As well as a rectangular pool, there’s a brightly coloured splash zone loaded with animal-themed slides and fountains for children.

At mealtimes, there’s a blend of Moroccan foods and international favourites. If you’re looking for something a little fancier, then there’s also an a la carte restaurant with a long wine list.

After dinner, head to the lobby bar for chilled cocktails.

Overview of Marrakech

If you’re looking for a fun-filled destination with a touch of the exotic, a holiday to Morocco is perfect.

Marrakech is a walled city packed with a winding lanes, enthusiastic market sellers and tempting aromas. In the central square, shops, stalls and food stands add to the extraordinary experience as the sounds of the city’s mosques and bustling city life fill the air.

In the city’s outskirts, where you’ll find hotels like the Be Live Experience Marrakech Palmeraie, tranquil gardens and cinematic views provide a lovely contrast with the city centre.

Things to do in Marrakech

The centre of Marrakech is only eight kilometres from the Be Live Experience Marrakech Palmeraie.

The hotel is in a swish Marrakech suburb, and the hotel’s speedy shuttle bus will drop you in the city, 20 minutes away, really easily.

Marrakech is a city with a rich history. For the very best of it, head to the old medina, where you’ll find ancient buildings and bustling souks.

If you’re looking for something a little more upmarket, head to the modern quarter. Here, contemporary art galleries meet exciting nightlife. For some peace and quiet, the stunning gardens of Le Jardin Majorelle are close by.

One of the largest cities in Morocco, Marrakech merges history with lively street entertainers and modern boulevards. There really is something for everyone here and you’ll find the mix of cultures intoxicating.

Resort Summary

Marrakech is one of the largest cities in Morocco and at its heart is the historical old centre, the 1,000-year-old Medina. This area is also called the Red City because of the colour of the ancient walls that protect it.

On holidays in Marrakech, you can meander through alleyways and backstreets to browse the goods in the souk such as beautifully woven carpets, handmade Berber jewellery, leather items and aromatic spices, among other wonderful enticements. While young designers also showcase their work in Souk Cherifia mall. The maze of markets groups sellers of the same type together so if you’re looking for something in particular it shouldn’t be too hard to find.

Other than shopping, the Medina is full of attractions, including an old Jewish quarter. None of the community remains, but you can visit Lazama Synagogue – the most attractive of the temples still standing with its striking white and blue courtyard. Or visit the largest Hammam baths in Marrakech here, and dine in one of the restaurants that can be found in some of the ancient Inns. Whether you’re looking for a last minute break or an All Inclusive Marrakech holiday, we’ve got you covered.