Frequently asked questions
Why rent a villa in Marrakech?
Renting a villa in Marrakech allows you to benefit from more space for your holidays in Morocco. Ideal for stays with family or friends, renting a villa offers more privacy than a hotel and allows you to save money, even when renting a luxury villa.
How to choose your villa rental in Marrakech?
To choose your villa rental in Marrakech, keep in mind the criteria you are looking for: number of rooms, swimming pool, vis-à-vis. Then use villa rental sites, you will find all the necessary information and you can even compare photos and videos of several houses. Consult the reviews as well as the social networks of the place can also help you in your choice of villa.
What services does Villa Taj Marrakech offer?
How many people can Villa Taj Marrakech accommodate?
The villa can accommodate up to 53 people, divided into 19 rooms. 200 people can be accommodated for weddings, birthdays, seminars or gala evenings.
What is the surface area of the Villa Taj Marrakech?
The Villa Taj Marrakech spreads over 1 hectare. It has 19 rooms, 1 outdoor oversize bathtub, a Zen pool with 5 submerged day beds, 2 covered reception areas and 3 open-air reception areas.
What are the dimensions of the Villa Taj Marrakech's private swimming pool?
The dimensions of the private pool are 25 meters long and 4 meters wide. The garden also has 1 pool designed as an outdoor oversize bathtub and 1 Zen pool with 5 day beds design immersed.
What to visit in Marrakech?
If you are staying in Marrakech, here are the must-see to visit:
- The Djemaa El-Fna square
For hundreds of years, Djemma El-Fna Square has offered an uninterrupted spectacle to visitors. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this famous square will allow you to taste freshly squeezed orange juice, see snake charmers and listen to Arab legends told in the evening.
- The souks
A visit to the souks of the Medina is a must in Marrakech. Sink into the alleys and let yourself be surprised by the creations of the Haddadine souk (the ironworkers' market), the leather bags of the Semmarine souk and the multicoloured spice stalls.
- The Majorelle garden
It is difficult to approach Marrakech without mentioning the Majorelle garden. Created in 1929 by the French painter Jacques Majorelle, this botanical garden will leave you enchanted thanks to its dreamlike decor and the 300 species it contains. Among other things, you can visit the house of Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé as well as the Museum of the History of the Berbers.
- The Saadian Tombs
This unique place was designed at the end of the 16th century to house the tombs of Saadians. Discovered only in 1916, this funerary complex dazzles for its splendid architecture and its room with 12 columns that houses the tomb of Sultan Ahmed al-Mansur Dahbi.
- The Menara
The Menara is a good place for long walks. It is indeed a gigantic olive grove a few minutes from the center of Marrakech. It is particularly famous for its irrigation system, bringing water from the mountains and is 700 years old.
- The Hammams
They are a must during a visit to Marrakech. The city's hammams are first of all sublime, and are part of a strong tradition. You can relax in its steamy atmosphere and even treat yourself to a massage.
Where to go out in Marrakech ?
The best place to go out in Marrakech is the Medina for its riads and typical restaurants.
In which district to go shopping in Marrakech?
Guéliz is the district known for its very fashionable shops, Sidi Ghanem for its decoration shops, the Medina for its latest amazing new concept stores like Max & Jan.
What group activities to do in Marrakech?
The ideal group activities in Marrakech are quad or buggy rides in the desert better known as the Agafays desert with its lunar landscapes, or group outings to Berber villages at the foot of the Atlas mountains.