Perfect for families, the villa is a 3 room villa, including 2 individual bathrooms, in a secure and private domain only 20 mn away from the city center.
Perfect for families, the villa is a 3 room villa, including 2 individual bathrooms, in a secure and private domain only 20 mn away from the city center.
The residence has its swimming pool and a tennis court in a vast garden to enjoy your stay in a quiet and luxurious area. The villa is located in the luxurious Palmeraie within minutes of Golf courses.
Fully Equipped kitchen, WiFi, satellite television.
A living room and a dining room, a chimney (wood supplied on order).
Parking lots available
About Marrakech :
Marrakech , known as the "Ochre City", is the most important former imperial city in Morocco's history.
Marrakech has the largest traditional market (souk) in Morocco and also has one of the busiest squares in Africa and the world, Djemaa el Fna. The square bustles with acrobats, story-tellers, water sellers, dancers and musicians. By night food stalls open in the square turning it into a huge busy open-air restaurant.
The ramparts, gardens and fine palaces of the imperial city's golden age are now the backdrop for cultural, sporting, artistic and economic fervour. Marrakech means a change of scenery in the space of short hop with a predictably pleasant climate; it means suffering the agony of having to choose between the 1,000 activities on offer in the city. Will you engage in a feverish spot of shopping or relax with a well-being ritual in one of the city's many spas? Would you prefer to sample a traditional tagine or try out Marrakech-style tapas in the latest stylish lounge bar? You have a choice between blending into the lively crowd in Jemaa el Fna and finishing the evening in a fashionable night club listening to the greatest DJs. Will you go skiing in the High Atlas or be at one with nature in the foothills of the snow-capped Atlas mountains? What is more, these are all reasons why, as soon as you have returned from Marrakech, you'll quickly find another reason to go back there.
You will have access to all of the residence amenities such as swimming pool and tennis court.
The garden, the swimming pool and tennis court are shared with the other residents.
Babysitting: €7 per hour
Car rental: €30 per day
Housekeeping during stay: €20 per day
Don't hesitate to contact me via email, phone or airbnb inbox.
It is recommended to rent a car in Marrakech and specially if you are staying in the Palmeraie neighborhood, which is a rather classy and upscale area.
There is little public transport in the area, and if you don't want to rent a car, it is recommended to keep the contact details of the cab that brought you to the villa.
For any car rental informations, I can recommend you to a local trusted company for good rental fares.
10 great things to do in Marrakech
1. Circle the Koutoubia Mosque
The minaret of the Koutoubia Mosque, Marrakech’s most famous symbol – built in a traditional Almohad style and topped with four copper globes – is visible from near and far.
It is not really that high (77 metres), but thanks to local topography and a local ordinance that forbids any other building in the Medina to be higher than a palm tree, it towers majestically over its surroundings.
Still an active place of worship, non-Muslims may not enter. But it’s possible to get a good view of the exterior by walking around either side.
2. Spend your dirhams at the souks
There are few more pleasurable ways to waste time in Marrakech than wandering around the seemingly endless maze of markets.
The area of the Medina north of the Jemaa El Fna is commercial – at least in its more central areas – with a fibrous network of souks. Beginning on the north edge, the souks comprise alleyway upon alleyway of tiny retail cubicles. The further in you venture the more interesting they become.
The two main routes into their heart are rue Semarine (aka Souk Semarine) and rue Mouassine; the former offers the more full-on blast of bazaar, the latter is a more sedate path leading to choice boutiques.
Every section has its own speciality: carpets and textiles; woollen hats and cooked snails; spices and magic supplies; cotton, clothing, kaftans and blankets – and most importantly raffia bags and baskets, which you'll need to carry all your purchases in.
3. Learn about Islamic scripture and law
The Ben Youssef Medersa, a Quranic school, dedicated to the teaching of Islamic scripture and law, was founded in the 14th century, then enlarged in the 16th. It was given a further polishing up in the 1990s courtesy of the Ministry of Culture.
Entrance is via a long, cool passageway leading to the great courtyard, a serene place centred on a water-filled basin. The surrounding façades are decorated with zelije tiling, stucco and carved cedar, all executed with restraint. At the far side is the domed prayer hall with the richest of decoration, notably around the mihrab, the arched niche that indicates the direction of Mecca.
Back in the entrance vestibule, passageways and two flights of stairs lead to more than 100 tiny windowless students’ chambers, clustered about small internal lightwells. Medieval as it seems, the medersa was still in use until as recently as 1962.
Ben Youssef Medersa, Place Ben Youssef. Open 9am-6.30pm daily.
4. Don some new threads
Akbar Delights (Souks 45 place Bab Fteuh) is an upmarket French-owned boutique specialising in luxury clothing and textiles from Kashmir, with some items made to their own designs. The tiny space is crammed with embroidered tops and dresses, cotton robes, silk shawls and scarves, plus shimmery, golden shoulder bags. The only made-in-Morocco items are some extraordinary brocaded babouches.
Atelier Moro (Souks 114 place de Mouassine, Mouassine) contains a cool, eclectic selection of homeware, clothes, accessories and carpets chosen by Viviana Gonzalez of Riad El Fenn. Some of the clothes are designed by Viviana herself, but most of the stock is Moroccan, often the work of nameless artisans that would otherwise be lost in the souks.
5. Descend into Moorish history
Set in its own fenced enclosure and sunk several metres below the current street level, is the Koubba El-Badiyin. It looks unprepossessing but it’s the only surviving structure from the era of the Almoravids, the founders of Marrakech, and as such it represents a wormhole back to the origins of Moorish building history. It dates to the reign of Ali ben Youssef (1107-43) and was probably part of the ablutions complex of the original Ben Youssef Mosque. It’s worth paying the slight admission fee to descend the brickwork steps and view the underside of the dome, which is a kaleidoscopic arrangement of a floral motif within an octagon within an eight-pointed star.
Place Ben Youssef. Open Apr-Sept 9am-7pm daily. Oct-Mar 9am-6pm daily.
6. Get arts & crafty, Moroccan style
On display in Maison Tiskiwin, a private house owned by veteran Dutch anthropologist Bert Flint, is his fascinating collection of crafts and decorative arts from southern Morocco and the Sahara. The exhibition is designed to show Morocco’s connection to sub-Saharan Africa and is geographically laid out to take you on a virtual journey across the Sahara to Timbuktu. Exhibits include masks from as far afield as Mali and an entire Berber tent made of camel hair.
8 derb El-Bahia, off Riad Zitoun El-Jedid. Open 9am-12.30pm, 3-6pm daily.
7. Be grave at the ancient Saadian Tombs
Flanking the south side of the Kasbah Mosque, the site of what is possibly Marrakech’s most visited monument is an ancient walled garden, the use of which far predates the Saadian era. Dotted around the shrubbery are early mosaic graves; the identity of those interred is long lost. Attention instead focuses on the three pavilions built during the reign of Saadian sultan Ahmed El-Mansour.
First on the left is the Prayer Hall, which holds numerous graves, mainly of Alaouite princes from the 18th century. Next to it is the Hall of Twelve Columns, a more ornate affair with three central tombs surrounded by a dozen marble pillars. The tomb in the middle is that of Ahmed El-Mansour, flanked by those of his son and grandson. A third, stand-alone pavilion has ornate Andalucian-style entrance portals.
Rue de Kasbah, Bab Agnaou. Open 8.30am-11.45am, 2.30pm-5.45pm daily.
8. Explore Morocco through its museums
The Dar Si Said Museum (Riad Zitoun El-Jedid), former home of the brother of Ba Ahmed, builder of the Bahia, now houses a large collection of crafts and woodwork. Among all the kitchen implements, weapons and musical instruments are beautiful examples of carved cedar, rescued from the city’s lost dwellings.
Inaugurated in 1997, the Musée de Marrakech (Place Ben Youssef) is housed in a converted early 20th-century house. The museum exhibits rotate, but the star attraction is the building itself, particularly the tartishly tiled great central court, roofed over and hung with an enormous chandelier that looks like the mothership from Close Encounters of the Third Kind. The former hammam is lovely and makes a fine exhibition space.
9. Breath in Marrakech's pungent tanneries
To experience Marrakech at its most medieval – and most pungent – visit the tannery district. The tanners have been here since the city was founded and their work remains a pre-industrial process, using hundreds of vats full of foul liquids to cure animal hides. The eventual products can be seen and purchased at the leather shops near the gate, but you may prefer to get the hell out of the quarter and purge yourself in the nearest hammam.
10. Step into a Sultan's palace
Constructed by Sultan Ahmed El-Mansour (phone number hidden)), the Badii Palace is one of the two principal monuments of the Saadian era (the other is the Saadian Tombs). Today it survives only as a denuded ruin, but once it was a model of triumphal ostentation. Walls and ceilings were encrusted with gold from Timbuktu, while the inner court had a massive central pool with an island, flanked by four sunken gardens. At the centre of each of the four massive walls were four pavilions, also flanked by arrangements of pools and fountains. It took some 25 years to complete the palace and barely were the inaugural celebrations over before the ageing ruler passed away. His palace remained intact for less than a century before the Merenid sultan, Moulay Ismail, had it stripped bare and the riches carted north for his new capital at Meknès.
Place des Ferblantiers. Open 8.30am-11.45am, 2.30pm-5.45pm daily.
|Room type:||Entire home/apt|
|Extra people:||$14 / night after 2 guests|
|Minimum Stay:||3 nights|
|Weekly Price:||$841 /week|
|Monthly Price:||$1822 /month|
|Check In:||1:00 PM|
|Check Out:||11:00 AM|
Simo était très disponible pour répondre a nos besoins.
La villa est bien situé, le jardin est bien entretenu, et la piscine grande .
le centre ville de Marrakesh (email hidden) en voiture.
nous étions 7 adultes, nous nous sommes pas senti a l'étroit.
le wifi fonctionne très bien.
nous avons passé un agreable sejour.
je recommande cette villa pour les familles et couples.
Merci a Simo pour sa disponibilité.
La villa se trouve dans une résidence sécurisée. J'ai passé un excellent séjour avec ma femme et ma petite fille, la résidence est calme et le jardin est paradisiaque ( palmiers, oliviers, fleurs et plusieurs plantes dont je ne connais pas le nom) et la piscine est superbe. La villa est très spacieuse et je la recommande fortement à tous ceux qui souhaitent le calme au bord d'une piscine sous le soleil de Marrakech.
Me and my girlfriend spent five nights at Simos villa. We really enjoyed our stay and Simo was very helpful with any questions we had. We could unfortunately not meet him but the communication still went very smooth. We had a bit of problem with the WiFi for a few days but Simo arranged help for us and it got fixed the next day.
We did not rent a car and that worked okay. It was a bit hard to get to the house with a cab the first times but after a few times it was no problem. Make sure you save the cab drivers taxi cards!
We had a great time in Marrakech and would absolutely choose to stay at Simos place again the next time. It was perfect to come home to this amazing villa with the pool in this quiet area after a busy day in the centre of the city.
Keep it up, Simo!
I will highly recommend simos Villa to anyone looking for a place in Marrakesh. I stayed there for 1 week with my friendz, and had a great fun. Villas condition was very good. Only thing which bothered us was wifi. It didnot worked only after first day. Simo was really helpfull, he provided us housekeeping and car. His friend came and delivered car at the villa 2 us. He also did everything 2 fix the internett, even when he was sitting in Paris, but internett line for whole area was down.
We could anytime call Simo if we wanted 2 ask him about somthing, which i really appreciate. Even when we arrived home again he send me a message to make sure we had gotten home safely. So hats of 2 u Simo=)
Thoes who want 2 stay there, must have car. Its difficult 2 catch a taxi in that area.
you will definitely enjoy staying at Simos Villa!
Nous avons passé plus d'une semaine à Marrackech en famille et avons eu le plaisir d'habiter à la Villa. L'endroit est beau, calme et sûr, idéal pour des enfants. N'étant pas loin du centre-ville (en voiture), nous avons aussi pleinement profité de Marrackech. Note hôte a été aux petits soins et de bon conseil. Merci à Simo et à sa famille !
Très belle villa individuelle dans le style marocain. La villa se situe dans un parc arboré, les villas sont bien espacées les unes des autres. Le cadre est vraiment charmant. L espace intérieur et extérieur ne manque pas.
L accès est facile à condition de louer une voiture (env 25/30€ par jour)
Les chambres sont confortables, wifi ok, clim réversibles dans chaque (website hidden) manque qu un lave vaisselle!
Nous sommes partis entre amis et gardons tous un excellent souvenir de notre séjour.
Le propriétaire est très sympathique et ai joignable pour répondre à toute question relative au logement ou pour vous aider dans votre séjour.
Nous avons séjourné dans cette villa pour le réveillon de fin d'année.
La résidence est magnifique jouxtant le circuit de la palmeraie mais en plus calme.
Les villas sont espacées du coup on peut profiter paisiblement du jardin avec les enfants.
La villa de Simo est très belle avec une décoration typique de la région. Nous avons apprécié la disposition des chambres éloignés du salon, le calme absolu, le jardin où les enfants pouvaient jouer et s'amuser et enfin le terrain de Tennis en terre battue pour ceux qui apprécient la petite balle jaune.
La villa est très fonctionnelle et vous y trouverez tout le nécessaire pour votre séjour y compris le Wifi.
Un petit regret pour la télé avec uniquement les chaines locales mais en même temps ça vous permet de couper un peu pendant votre séjour.
Hôte non rencontré mais très disponible avant pendant et même après votre séjour.
Merci Simo et au plaisir de vous rencontrer la prochaine fois que nous viendrons chez vous.
A fantastic house in a fantastic neighborhood!
We stayed in the Villa over Christmas and we were astonished over how well kept and beautiful the gardens were, even in the middle of the winter.
The house itself comes with everything you need for a comfortable stay. When we arrived we were very happy with how nice and well cleaned everything was. Nice and very comfortable beds, a kitchen with a gas stove with 4 burners and oven, and clean sheets and towels were provided. We cooked our dinners for most of our stay and everything were in perfect working order.
What really stood out was however the perfect attention our host gave us. Upon arriving to the house we were first met by the housekeeper who explained everything about the house and heating. Shortly thereafter our host called to make sure everything was as it should and to reassure us we could call at anytime if we needed assistance with anything. Even when we arrived home again he called to make sure we had gotten home safely! A more caring host will be hard to find!
In conclusion all I can say is a big thank you to Simo for a wonderful Christmas in Marrakesh. If we have the opportunity to come back we will definitely stay at the same place!
We all warmly recommend Simos Villa to anyone looking for a place in Marrakesh.
H-C with Family.
My family and I were very grateful for such a warm, organized welcome and a lovely stay. The accommodation was exactly as promised - clean, equipped, with great aircon and wifi. What's more, the grounds and pool were fantastic. The villa was about 10 minutes by car from the city center - take care to give incoming taxis good directions to help them find the address. Thank you Simo for your hospitality!
Proprio très sympa, endroit et villa magnifique, que du bonheur....!!!!!!
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