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Villa des Orangers

Listed under Best Hotels in Marrakech, Morocco.

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The Villa des Orangers is owned by renowned French hoteliers the Beherecs and their influence is apparent at this popular and well-appointed hotel. Orange trees fill the patios and one of the two swimming pools can be found on the rooftop sun terrace with views over the medina - all the polish you'd expect at a top-quality hotel but housed within a traditional Moroccan home.

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“Character”

"Probably the best hotel in Marrakech's medina if you value character and atmosphere" Read more...

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