La Palmeraie

La Palmeraie, sleeping up to 15, consists of the main house and a separate pavilion. The main house sleeps up to 10, and offers guests 4 beautiful and uniquely decorated rooms with en-suite bathrooms all of which share views of the colonial interlinked courtyards. An extra bed can be put in the two larger suites if required.

This exclusive, fully staffed villa offers guests their own private swimming pool, hamam spa, tennis court, games room and chauffeur-driven car. La Palmeraie offers its guests a chance to completely relax and be well looked after whilst being able to enjoy the very best of what Marrakesh has to offer.


KEY FEATURES - Private swimming pool; Private tennis court; Private Hamam Spa; Extensive gardens

Leisure The pool is 18m long by 5m wide. It can be lit at night as well as heated in the cooler months. The pool house offers all amenities. A clay tennis court, within the property, can be used throughout the year. Tennis lessons can be organized on request.

Adjacent to the pool, a staircase leads to the spa where one can enjoy a traditional steam hamam, followed by a relaxing massage (organized on request). A beautician can also visit the villa and yoga classes arranged on request.


BEDROOMS - 4 Double Bedrooms
BATHROOMS - 4 Bathrooms

The main villa consists of 4 double bedrooms; 4 bathrooms; Sitting Room; Dining Room and Kitchen.

The separate pavilion can be used as a spare guesthouse or as the perfect family villa alternative. The pavilion has one master double bedroom with en-suite bathroom and its own spacious living room - which can be easily converted into a second bedroom with three beds.

The recently finished Games Room features a full sized billiards table (American and French games) and baby-foot.

There is a table tennis table and all the necessary equipment available in the garden.

Dining Meals are prepared by the owner's excellent chef and served by trained staff. Menus feature traditional Moroccan cuisine, as well as a large selection of international dishes.


NEAREST AIRPORT - Marrakech Menara Airport

Out and about: A chauffeur driven car is available to take guests quickly and comfortably into Marrakech, a 25-minute drive away.

Marrakesh is best visited between the months of Mid-March to the end of June and September to October when one can enjoy the long balmy sunny days of about 25°C.


Whilst staying at La Palmeraie, one can discover Marrakesh's wealth of culture. Just a 25-minute drive from the villa lies the Medina, the very heart of Marrakech's timeless and atmospheric old town. Here one can enjoy an evening stroll or explore the surrounding soukhs; which beckon as the sun starts to set. Such ambiance, where there is just so much to see, should not be missed. The easiest entry is via Jemaa El Fna, the famous main square home to storytellers, snake charmers and an Aladdin's cave of goods.


At La Palmeraie, there are various day trips that can be arranged by the owner's staff for the enjoyment of guests. In this case, the villa's chauffeur-driven 4 x 4 is used. One personal recommendation is the two hour drive to Kasba du Toubkal, where guests are taken to enjoy a spontaneous impromptu lunch or tea whilst admiring the spectacular views of the Atlas' highest peak at the foot of the mountains (4167m). As a fun alternative one can head to the beach to experience Essaouira's relaxed tranquility.


During winter months one can truly appreciate the versatility of La Palmeraie as a holiday destination. Just a 2.5 hr drive away lie the Oukaimeden range were one can rent skis and take in the stunning scenery.


Marrakech, where golf is played throughout the year, is notably home to four highly acclaimed golf courses, three of which (27 hole courses) are ideally situated 20 minutes away from the villa.


Just proving once again how diverse Marrakesh is as a popular holiday destination, there really is something for everyone. The staff at La Palmeraie, have intimate knowledge of where to go and how to get the best rates for everything from quad biking (in small or large groups) to riding camels in the desert.