Kenzi Menara Palace

Part of the prestigious Kenzi Hotel Group in Morocco, and as the name suggests, the Kenzi Menara Palace exudes opulence. The resort is situated in an enviable 10-acre location, thanks to the dramatic Atlas Mountain backdrop and fragrant citrus groves of the nearby Agdal Royal Gardens. Just a 10-minute drive from the lively Jemaa El Fna Square in the heart of Marrakech, the Kenzi Menara Palace boasts a heated indoor pool, two outdoor pools for little ones to enjoy and a fully-equipped spa with a range of treatments on offer. There are three restaurants, from which stunning panoramic views of the mountain range, pools and manicured gardens can be enjoyed while you sample the delectable Moroccan cuisine and international buffet.

Overview of Marrakech

Holidays to Morocco mystically merge European, African and Middle Eastern culture. The former imperial ancient city of Marrakech is full of hidden gems just waiting to be discovered! Easily one of the most fascinating places to visit when in Morocco, the 1,000-year-old city is full of exquisite architecture. It is bursting with cultural traditions, fragrant with local delicacies and captivating with the views of the Atlas Mountains. Given its geographical location, it is quite possible to swim, hike and ski all in the same day! If you manage all three, you’ll want to rest in a luxuriously comfortable and well-located hotel like the Kenzi Menara Palace.

Things to do in Marrakech

Officially recognised as The Cultural Space of Jemaa El Fna Square and inscribed by UNESCO in 2008, the historic square is in Marrakech’s Medina Quarter (Old Town). The area has outstanding universal value and visitors can experience the exciting buzz of traditional 11th-century market life. The inscription above the entrance to the Ali Ben Youssef Medersa, a former college and now one of many Islamic historical attractions, reads: ‘You who enter my door, may your highest hopes be exceeded’. The flock of holidaymakers that visit the 12th-century landmark to admire the dazzling Hispano-Moresque artwork each year is a true testament to this statement! Also near to the Kenzi Menara Palace is the fascinating Yves St Laurent Museum, which showcases the legendary work of the french designer. It is also home to the Jardin Majorelle, which the fashion icon gifted to Marrakech. If you’re looking for enchanted natural beauty and architecture, it’s time you visited Marrakech. One of the great ancient cities of the Maghreb, this location will provide the perfect holiday. Prepare to be stunned by bustling city life, the mysterious Sahara Desert, incredible monuments and the sweeping Atlas Mountains.


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.