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Marrakech is considered as one of the most important cities in the country of Morocco. Also called the “Red City,” Marrakech is the economic capital of the Marrackech-Tensift-Al Haouz region, one of the 16 regions of Morocco. It is also a well known tourist spot for a number of its attractions, including religious sites such as the Koutoubia Mosque and the Ben Youssef Medrassa, palaces such as the El Badi Palace and the Royal Palace, and mausoleums such as the Saadian Tombs. Its Atlas Mountains, Marrakech’s famed mountain range, is also popular (particularly the valley in Ourika River, which is in the Atlas Mountains). Trips to Marrakech are made by tourists who want to visit the Draa River valley near the Sahara desert and the waterfalls in the Beni Mellal.

Hivernage Hotel And Spa, Marrakech

Therefore, when visit an important city like Marrakech, tourists need to stay at an equally important place. There are many hotels and apartments in Marrakech, to be sure, although many may not think so. But staying at Marrakech should not just be a typical vacation; it should be an entirely unique. This is why it is best to stay at a place where the experience is magnified to further enhance the guests’ appreciation of the city’s unique beauty.

Hivernage Hotel And Spa, a four-star hotel in Marrakech, does exactly that. This 85-room hotel has the most spectacular view, for one: it has a scenic terrace that overlooks the Bad Jdid walls and the famed Atlas peaks. All its six floors adhere to its main theme—global contemporary style combined with Moorish art and designs. This distinction may seem overused already, but it really fits this hotel. After all, Morocco feels like a country in between traditions, since it is near both the Arabic regions and Africa. As many guests say, Morocco feels Arab and African but isn’t; a characteristic that isn’t exactly new considering how world influences merge. In a sense, however, this national motif fits well with the hotel.

Hivernage Hotel And Spa, Marrakech

The rooms of Hivernage Hotel And Spa shows exactly how this works. Their rooms sport the tradition Moorish designs, furnishing, and decors—from the arc-shaped corridor separating the beds from the terrace/living area to the bed sheets. Great lengths were taken to make sure that the rooms will be exactly how you imagined a luxury hotel in this area; except, it also has some subtle additions to make the rooms cozier even to those who may feel uncomfortable due to the somewhat unfamiliar interiors. There are four types of rooms at the Hivernage Hotel And Spa: the standard rooms, the deluxe rooms the junior rooms, and the senior rooms.

And what would a hotel named the Hivernage Hotel And Spa be without the titular spa and health center? The hotel’s spa is famed all over the country for its luxurious design and even more luxurious service. Named the Le Spa de l’Hivernage, this place is concerned as one of the highlights of the guests’ stay. The spa also has a sport’s hall and an aerobics center, a sauna, and a Jacuzzi for those who want to relax. The hotel’s restaurant, the La Table du Marche, is also as famed, thanks to its imminent head chef. Hivernage Hotel And Spa also has a bar on the first floor, a great base and meeting place for everyone—from those who are in for a serious business to those who simply want to chill out.
Marrakech, despite being prominent to the rest of world, is not viewed as a world-class city. However, Hivernage Hotel And Spa proves that Marrakech can indeed match the beauty and the features of other cities in the world.

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2 Responses to “Hivernage Hotel And Spa, Marrakech, Marocco”

  1. hello i was wondering if someone has been to north africa?,but specifically Morocco? Would like to hear from someone who spent their holiday’s there, thank you!

  2. hello i was wondering if someone has been to north africa?,or specifically Morocco? Would like to hear from anyone who spent their holiday’s there, many thanks!

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