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Es Saadi Marrakech Resort

Sultan’s Villa

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and refined decor

Curl up next to the fireplace and enjoy the red and gold hues of this intimate setting, or stretch out in the traditional Donkana for a relaxing afternoon nap.

140 sqm

€1 280 /night

services and amenities

Private heated 50-sqm
swimming pool
Private 500-sqm
One bedroom with a bathroom
in marble and Tadelakt
Jacuzzi bath
Unlimited access to the Oriental Thermae® at the Es Saadi Palace Spa
Electric car and chauffeur
available on the grounds
Butler and Clefs d'Or
concierge service

Destination Villas


Nestled in a quiet, intimate area of the Resort, the 10 luxury villas welcome guests to a space where time seems to stand still.

Drawing inspiratiaon from Andalusia, Persia, Art Deco and other sumptuous themes, each villa has its own special charm.
As you soak in the sunlight by the edge of your private pool, surrounded by remarkable plant life and the song of birds, a dedicated butler is on hand to ensure your stay is the stuff of dreams.

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Opposite the Palace, in a preferential area of the grounds, the villas offer direct access to the 3,000-sqm lagoon swimming pool.

Your aquatic pleasures have just begun, since the Palace hydrotherapy circuit and Oriental Thermae® are also open to villa guests. Enjoy all the comfort and independence of villa life, with a dedicated butler and Clefs d’Or concierge service on hand to cater to all your needs.

The hivernage district
just steps from the medina

The Es Saadi Resort has a prime location in the residential Hivernage neighbourhood, overlooking the Atlas Mountains. Just steps from the walls of the old city and the Menara gardens, a short ten-minute drive to the airport.

Hivernage is a modern, peaceful residential neighbourhood. Forget the crowded, tiny streets of the Medina, here wide avenues lined with palms and olive trees are graced with luxury hotels and beckoning terraces. The most famous avenue is Mohammed VI, modelled after the Champs-Élysées, home to the Royal Theatre, the Palais de Congrès conference centre and the Multiplex cinema.

Quiet during the day, the area comes alive at night with some of Marrakech’s trendiest nightlife hotspots.

Plan Hôtel Es Saddi
Discover more

Make your way to the foot of the Koutoubia Mosque's minaret at sun down.

Bathed in the light of the setting sun, the four sides of the tower are illuminated to reveal floral paintings and epigraphs, tracery and interlaced arches. Nearly 1,000 years later, the Berber dynasty of the Almoravids still shares its history with those who listen.

Wander off the beaten path to the Bucharouite museum

Discover some of the Moroccan arts in this charming riad. You could have the chance to meet the host who will explain the symbolic of the Boucharouite carpets, these colourful carpets produced from fabric intercuts in the small villages of the Haut-Atlas. A complete change of scenery!

Soar high in the beautiful African sky

Embark on a hot-air balloon ride and float peacefully across the skies with the Ciel d'Afrique team. An unforgettable escape offering a bird's-eye view of the stunning Moroccan landscape.

Take a trip to paradise in the Anima Garden.

A new Garden of Eden has just opened 27 km from Marrakech in the Ourika Valley. Anima is the brainchild of artist André Heller, who landscaped and designed two hectares filled with imaginative contemporary art and botanical wonders. A magical world of sensuality and contemplation!

Must-see sites

From Jacques Majorelle to Yves Saint-Laurent.

The French painter designed this garden like an extraordinary botanical tableau vivant, mixing exotic trees and plants with the bold, primary colours of the Atlas Mountains. Pathways lead us through his life's passion, as the water all around whispers his secrets. As you leave, stop in at Héritage Berbère for a fragrant souvenir!

A unique collection…

Embark on a different kind of journey to gain new perspective through pictures. This museum of photography weaves together the exceptional diversity of Morocco through images by anonymous travellers or famous photographers (from 1879 to 1960). Each exhibition helps paint a nuanced portrait of a country and the history of its ideas.

The Bab Agnaou gate

Considered one of the most important gates to the Marrakech Medina, Bab Agnaou was built in the 12th century by the Almohads to guard access to the administrative and military quarter of the Kasbah.

Medersa Ben Youssef

At the heart of the Medina, it is the city's most celebrated jewel of Arabo-Andalusian architecture, and not without reason. A theological college for over 4 centuries, the Medersa is now a historical site showcasing its abundant decoration with a stunning blend of colourful zellij tiles, exquisite marble and stuccowork, and carved cedar wood.
A feast for the eyes.

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