Marrakech Morocco

Kenzi Menara Palace Spa & Resort ★★★★★

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  • The hotel’s location on the famous avenue Mohamed VI, in the heart of the city.
  • Cooling off from the Moroccan sun in the hotel’s enormous swimming pool.
  • Admiring the breathtaking views of gorgeous garden from your private balcony.
  • The excellent staff who will make your stay one to remember.
Kenzi Menara Palace Spa & Resort ★★★★★

Enchanting escape under the Marrakech sun.

By Sophie Lawrence, VeryChic correspondent
Marrakech may be a grand old imperial power, but don’t let that fool you into thinking it’s no fun. It’s a dizzying sensory overload, bright colours in exquisite patterns coupled with excited chatter loudly ringing through the streets, and a hint of incense lingering on the breeze. The five-star Kenzi Menara Palace takes this feast for the senses and weaves in into a palatial abode that oozes tranquillity. Treat yourself to a modern take on old-world splendour, and let the magic begin.

Deluxe Room with garden view

Maximum occupancy: 3 adults / 2 adults and 2 children

Deluxe Room with garden view
Deluxe Room with garden view
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    Surface area: 55 m²
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    Bed types: 1 extra large double bed or 2 single beds
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    Bathroom with: bath or shower, toilet, hairdryer, bathrobes, slippers, complimentary toiletries
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    Room with: balcony or terrace with views of the garden and the Atlas Mountains, television with cable or satellite channels, telephone, alarm clock and wake-up service, desk, seating area, dressing room, safe, tea and coffee essentials, linen, tumble dryer, heating, air conditioning, soundproofing, Wi-Fi

    * Connecting rooms available on request with confirmation from the hotel
  • 24-hour reception
    Check in from 3pm & check out by midday
  • 236 rooms (non-smoking)
    Smoking is permitted on the balconies
  • Wi-Fi available for free in the rooms and common areas of the hotel
  • 4 restaurants:
    Terrasse de l’Insensé restaurant
    International Restaurant: buffet
    Moroccan Restauant (open from 7.30pm-10.30pm)
    Italian Restaurant (open from 7.30pm-10.30pm)
    Room service available from 8am-10.30pm for a surcharge
  • The All Inclusive formula includes:
    • Breakfast in the main restaurant from 7am-10.30am
    • Buffet lunches in the main restaurant from 12.30pm-3pm
    • Buffet dinners in the main restaurant from 7.30pm-10.30pm
    • Local drinks and a selection of imported alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks at the Orientaliste bar from 9am-11pm and at the snack bar from 10am-6pm
    Moroccan restaurant (reservation required) for a surcharge of €15 per person, per day
    Snack buffet from 4pm-5pm on the terrace of the Orientaliste bar or in the snack bar, depending on the season
  • 2 bars:
    l'Orientaliste bar
    Snack bar
    Open daily from 9am-11pm
  • Spa (open daily from 9am-8pm)
    Indoor swimming pool (approx. €15 per day), hammam, sauna, beauty centre, massages - for a surcharge
    Take a look at the spa menu here
  • Gym - available for a surcharge (open from 8am-6pm)
  • 1 heated outdoor swimming pool - (open from 8am-6pm) - for a surcharge
    Children's pool
    Towels available
  • Kids Club (ages 4-12) available free of charge
  • Complimentary private parking available
  • The establishment does not provide disabled and limited mobility access
  • Pets are not permitted in the establishment
  • Dar Yacout, serving classic Medina cuisine in endless courses. If you want to feast like royalty, then this is the place!
    79 Sidi Ahmed Soussi, Marrakech 40030
    +212 5243-82929
  • Bo Zin for fantastic food and an irresistibly cool atmosphere; stay a little longer for a slice of Marrakech’s coolest nightlife.
    Route de l' Ourika km 3, 5,
    Marrakech 40000
    +212 5243-88012
  • Les Bains de Marrakech is an elegant Spa that offers a full range of treatments in an old townhouse.
    2 Derb Sedra, Bab Agnaou,
    Kasbah, Marrakech
    +212 5243-81428
  • Musée Tiskiwin, a dream come true for history buffs. Perfect if you’re after a crash course in Moroccan history.
    8 Rue de la Bahia | Riads Zitoun,
    Marrakech, Morocco

Kenzi Menara Palace Spa & Resort ★★★★★

Avenue Mohamed VI Zone Agdal




The Kenzi Menara Palace Spa & Resort ***** is located in Marrakech, a 10-minute drive from Jemaa el-Fna Square.


  • Passports must be valid for at least 6 months from your planned return date from Morocco.

    The names and last names on your travel documents/tickets must be identical to how they appear on your passport.


  • Marrakech Menara Airport (RAK) sits less than 10 km / 6 mi southwest of Marrakech city centre. The airport is very well-served and welcomes flights from most European capitals and a number of other large cities, including from the UK.

  • Health & travel rules for Morocco:
    All Covid-19 related rules and travel restrictions have been lifted in Morocco. However, as this is subject to change, we recommend visiting the official Visit Morocco website for the most up-to-date information, as well as your own government's travel advice, prior to travel.

  • Local tourist taxes of 49.50 MAD (around €4.54) per person, per night (to be paid directly to the hotel)
  • Ramadan runs from 10 March to 9 April. There are no Ramadan-related restrictions for tourists. Restaurants are open during the day, and it is possible to consume alcohol, as it is during the rest of the year (in the evening, however, it is agreed to wait for the Iftar before consuming it). The vast majority of tourist attractions will be open during Ramadan and crowds may be reduced. Cultural institutions and attractions may open 1 hour later in the morning and close 1 hour later in the evening. This is your chance to discover the United Arab Emirates during a season when temperatures and prices are mild!
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From Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and on Saturdays, Sundays and French bank holidays from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Local call charges may apply.