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Chems Hotel Star Rating 4        
Avenue Houmane El Fetouaki

Within the vibrant Medina quarter, this posh hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Saadian Tombs, Koutoubia Mosque, and Jemaa el-Fnaa market square.Colorful rooms with wood furnishings offer tiled/marble floors, flat-screens, and terraces or balconies; some have minifridges and/or pool views. Family quarters add extra bedrooms.
Radisson Blu Hotel Marrakech Carre Eden        
166-176 Avenue Mohamed V

Within the Carré Eden shopping center, this contemporary hotel is 2 km from the 5-hectare Jardin Majorelle and 3 km from the bustling Jemaa el-Fnaa square.Sleek rooms feature free Wi-Fi and flat-screens, in addition to minibars and safes. Upgraded rooms have Nespresso machines; club-level rooms come with a complimentary breakfast buffet.
Riad Catalina Star Rating 4        
21 Derb Abdellah Ben Hssaine Bab Laksour

With views of the Atlas Mountains, this upmarket hotel in a palatial 18th-century structure is a 10-minute stroll from both Jemaa el-Fnaa public square and Koutoubia Mosque, and 2 km from the exotic plants at Majorelle Garden.The ornate rooms with traditional Moroccan decor have satellite TV. Distinct touches include brick fireplaces, intricate tilework and/or chandeliers.
Hotel El Andalous Star Rating 4        
Avenue Du President Kennedy

This upscale, traditional Moroccan-style hotel is 2 km from Marrakech Railway Station and 3 km from the Majorelle Garden.Sophisticated rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and balconies. They also have safes and air-conditioning.
Riad Charme d'Orient Star Rating 3        
61 Rue Touareg

This upscale riad is a 12-minute walk from both Jemaa el-Fnaa square, 1 km from the Koutoubia Mosque and 4 km from the Majorelle Garden.Featuring elaborate plasterwork and traditional decor, the 7 polished rooms come with free Wi-Fi and safes. Some offer living rooms, flat-screen TVs and/or rooftop terraces.
Hotel Meriem Star Rating 4        
154 Med El Beqal Street

This upscale hotel in the modern, trendy Gueliz district is within 3 km of the Majorelle Garden and the food stalls of Jemaa el-Fnaa square.Warmly decorated rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screens and desks, along with minifridges and balconies. Some have pool views.
Les Borjs de la Kasbah Star Rating 4        
Rue Du Mechouar La

This upscale hotel in a traditional Moorish-style riad with gardens is a 5-minute walk from the Saadian Tombs and a 9-minute walk from the 16th-century El Badi Palace.Colorful rooms with a mix of modern and Moroccan decor offer free Wi-Fi, minibars and safes as well as flat-screen TVs with satellite channels. Suites add sitting areas, and some have 4-poster beds.
Red Hotel Star Rating 3        
Avenue Hassan II(En Face La Gare)

This upscale downtown hotel is 2 km from the Majorelle Garden and museum and 3 km from the Jemaa el-Fnaa public square.Featuring balconies, tile floors and a bold color palate, the modern rooms offer flat-screen TVs, minibars and free Wi-Fi.The hotel has an outdoor pool, gardens, a gym and a spa with 2 hammams.
Riad Mur Akush Star Rating 2        
Derb Zaouia No 2

This upmarket, all-suite riad in the medina is 13 minutes' walk from the Koutoubia Mosque and 1 km from the Jemaa el-Fnaa public square.Featuring hand-crafted furnishings and luxe linens, the 6 individually decorated suites have free Wi-Fi and amenities ranging from canopy beds and balconies with courtyard views, to separate bedrooms and living rooms with fireplaces.Breakfast is complimentary and served in a casual restaurant.
Zalagh Kasbah Hotel and Spa Star Rating 4        
Avenue Mohammed VI

This upmarket hotel is 4 km from Jemaa el-Fna, the bustling square and marketplace, 6 km from Marrakesh railway station and 7 km from Majorelle Garden, which has a museum.The laid-back rooms come with flat-screen TVs, as well as furnished balconies or terraces. Suites add sitting areas.
 
 
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Things to do
Go with the flow in the exhilarating Djemaa en-Fna, the city's main square, which comes alive at night with street, shows, amusements, music and open air restaurants. The city's souks are an explosion of smells, tastes and colour and though the labyrinthine layout may seem daunting, they're well worth exploring on your city break.

Shopping
Shopping in Marrakech takes a little getting used to, but once you've mastered the art of haggling (in Morocco it's rude not to!) you'll start to understand what makes the souks so exciting. Friendly banter is all part of the game and although at first it may seem overwhelming to those used to loyalty cards and serene checkout queues, retail Moroccan style has a life and energy of its own.

Dining
As evening entertainment goes, Djemaa en-Fna is hard to beat. The hundred or so restaurants which set up camp each evening on the city's main square serve a wide variety of street food, from grilled meats and salads to seafood and tagines. Aside from the Djemaa street vendors, restaurants typically serve French or Italian cuisine.