Kenzi Rose Garden

The Kenzi Rose Garden has an away-from-it-all feel thanks to the flower-filled gardens lined with palm trees.

At the centre of the property, there’s a big pool bordered by a lounger-lined terrace and flowering plants. There’s also a second outdoor pool that’s heated and an indoor pool near the spa.

For meals, there’s a Moroccan a la carte restaurant, a buffet restaurant and a shady pergola that houses a snack bar and a Mediterranean restaurant.

After dinner, a singer drops in on the bar most evenings and the hotel also hosts themed nights where things get pretty lively!

Overview of Marrakech

Marrakech is rich in history and culture. It’s an incredibly popular spot for a holiday to Morocco thanks to its great range of ancient buildings, bustling souks and historic attractions.

It’s not all about ancient history in Marrakech, however, and the city also has a modern part that surrounds the Kenzi Rose Garden. It’s home to everything from contemporary art galleries to exciting nightlife and beautiful gardens where you’ll feel a million miles away from the buzz of the city.

Things to do in Marrakech

The Kenzi Rose Garden is in Hivernage, which is a fashionable district in the modern part of Marrakech. You’re not far from the historical medina, though, which is a pleasant 20-minute walk away.

Most tourists head straight to Jemaa el-Fna Square when they reach the medina, where every building will jostle for the attention of your camera lens. It’s also a bustling area where street performers show their skills and cafes spill out onto the streets.

If history isn’t your thing, take a trip to the new town, where you’ll come across designer boutiques and high-end restaurants. If you want to stay up late, you’ll have a choice of bars and cabaret clubs.

Marrakech is a magical location that provides an intoxicating blend of old and new.

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.