TUI BLUE Medina Gardens

The pool, the palms, those chic jacuzzi rooms. At the adults-only TUI BLUE Medina Gardens, you’ll never stop finding new things to get excited about. The look is modern and stylish, and the location is tough to beat. It’s just a five-minute stroll from the Medina with its epic food stalls souks. There are two pools to choose from, a super-comfy seating area, and the restaurant offers buffet and al fresco dining. You won’t have to work hard to find a bar, there’s one by the pool and another in the lobby with live music come the evening.

Overview of Marrakech

The red walls provide plenty of colour, and the vibrancy of the souks is something to behold. No holiday to Morocco is complete without taking in the energy and beauty of Marrakech. There is a lot going on in Jemaa el-Fna Square. The market is bustling and it’s close to the TUI BLUE Medina Gardens which is handy. From all this haggling, snake-charming hustle, to the peaceful blanket of green that is the Royal Gardens, this intoxicating place really is everything you hope it will be.

Things to do in Marrakech

Where to start? There are mosques aplenty to explore, a stroll through the green Menara Gardens is a must, and you can get your palm read or purchase a potion in Jemma el-Fna Square – all super-close to the TUI BLUE Medina Gardens. Bahia Palace is something to see, as is the 16th-century El Badi Palace. If you need more action, the Marrakech Popular Arts Festival is a 500-performer, street theatre wonder with the nucleus of the fun happening in Jemaa el-Fna. You’re super close to the Atlas Mountains here too if you fancy a wander. In short, the sheer energy on display in Marrakech makes it one of the places you just have to see. The landscape takes your breath away with that epic mountain backdrop setting the scene, whereas the old-world magic of the city just makes you feel alive.


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.