Situated in Targa, a very quiet district in Marrakech, this small luxury hotel offers you the beauty of our house’s private world and is only 10 minutes away from the city center.
Built around its gardens, the Villa Guest is a traditional Moroccan house with fruit trees, fountains and a swimming pool. The villa is only composed of 11 comfortable and equipped rooms with a unique atmosphere. Each one has its own character, drawing on the rich cultural heritage of Tadellakt.
You will also appreciate its traditional Hammam, massages, beauty treatments and all its facilities which make of this house a haven of peace.
Free transfer from and to airport.
You need to contact the hotel to let them know at what time you come and your flight number.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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As a budget place not too far from the centre in a quiet place, this was fine.
However, it failed to get the balance right, offering ornate architecture and waitress service, but very strange en-suite in the room and slow internet access which was not available in the room.
The wall between the room and the en-suite was so thin you could hear clearly what the person was doing in the shower/loo and we had to call someone to fix the drain.
However, given the price of some other places, this was good value for Marrakesh and a good venue if you want a quiet retreat with a nice garden during a longer visit. It's in a new middle-class area with a small supermarket a few doors away and a pizza place down the road.
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