Es Saadi Hotel in Marrakech
The Es Saadi gardens and resort is set in 8 hectacres of park in the heart of Marrakech. The resort is comprised of a hotel, "palace" and a variety of villas.
This genteel hotel boasts a high proportion of repeat clients. It is situated in an unruffled residential area within walking distance of the old city with spectacular views of the High Atlas peaks. The gardens are colourful, their restaurant is renowned for its excellent cuisine and extensive wine list, and there is also a very pleasant bar.
A large terrace surrounds the pool where drinks and snacks can be ordered. There are 2 tennis courts, a health and fitness centre with exercise facilities, sauna, hammam, massage and a variety of beauty treatments.
The main hotel offers 150 air-conditioned rooms and suites all with balcony, phone and TV.
The Es SaadiPalace offers a further 90 spacious suites.
There are ten Villas, each one situated in its own exotic garden with a swimming pool (heated in winter) and individually themed for a particular architecture.
The Es Saadi is located next to the "Casino de Marrakech" where folklore events take place most evenings.
Three nights for the price of two, or seven for the price of five, when you stay between 3 Jan - 4 Feb 2010, 13 Jun - 8 Sep 2010 and 14 Nov - 23 Dec 2010, in the main hotel or the palace.
7 nights for the price of 5 for arrivals in May 2010, in the main hotel or the palace..
14 nights for the price of ten when you stay during July or August 2010, in the main hotel or the palace..
Free nights, upgrades, hammam & massage and honeymoon special offers.
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Feedback and reviews
Es Saadi was good too altho we were unlucky with the weather and we had booked this one for the sun. We thought also that we would be able to use the wonderful big pool with pool bar, but were not allowed to as that is part of the more exclusive Es Saadi Palace Hotel. That was a shame as no-one else seemed to be in it. The massage at the spa was fab. Food fairly average. The concierge at Es Saadi was wonderful and when we asked him for a special evening out , he arranged for us to go to 'Top-Sil' a fantastic night, wonderful meal and traditional music.A real recommendation. A.H. in October 2009