Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Marrakech

Le Jardin
A peaceful, secluded courtyard restaurant within the bustle of the Medina, Le Jardin serves fresh juices and delicious international and Moroccan cuisine.
Riad Noire d’Ivoire
Found a few minutes’ walk from the Jemaa el Fna, the Riad Noire d’Ivoire is a visually dramatic and romantic boutique hotel with waterfalls and
Riad Goloboy
Béatrice Faujas’ boutique hotel, the Riad Goloboy, is a bold, beautiful place to stay in Marrakech’s medina, with eye-catching art and a rooftop jacuzzi.
Nomad
Serving modern Moroccan cuisine in chic surrounds, Nomad is a popular restaurant in the centre of the Medina - especially with those looking for cocktails.
Dar Assiya
A beautifully restored riad within walking distance of the Jemaa el Fna, Dar Assiya offers five traditional guestrooms and a delicious Moroccan restaurant.
The Pearl Marrakech
A luxurious hotel, which blends Moroccan and contemporary design elements, The Pearl Marrakech can be found in Marrakech’s Hivernage neighbourhood.
Dar Jaguar
A romantic riad within walking distance of the Jemaa El Fna, Dar Jaguar is a lavish hotel with its own rooftop terrace and plunge pool.
Riad Capaldi
Located a short walk from the Museum of Photography in Marrakech’s Medina, Riad Capaldi is perfectly situated for exploring the old part of the city.
La Grande Table Marocaine
Moroccan cuisine doesn’t get much more indulgent than at La Grande Table Marocaine at Royal Mansour, one of three restaurants helmed by chef Yannick Alléno.
Hotel Capaldi
Just 35 minutes by car from Marrakech, Hotel Capaldi is an oasis of peace and serenity in the midst of the Atlas Mountains.
Riad Awa
Riad Awa is an urban retreat with oodles of unassuming, undeniable style found in Marrakech’s Kasbah district, near the Royal Palace and the Saadian Tombs.
Riad Mena
Minutes from the main market in Marrakech, Riad Mena is a peaceful, design-conscious hotel strewn with antiques and high-end amenities.
Riad Dar Darma
Found within the Medina, Riad Dar Darma is a palatial riad with decadent amenities and undeniable style, not to mention its own hammam and mountain views.
Riad Cocoon
Riad Cocoon is a unique Marrakech hotel, the music and colour-themed riad is located in the heart of the Medina and is the perfect weekend base
Ame Aventure
With years of experience this tour operator can tailor any trip to your needs and abilities.
Ahmed Ait Taleb
Some of the best quality footwear in town and excellent customer service.
Destination Evasion
With five years experience Pierre is a reputable choice when visiting the Moroccan hills.
Royal Club Equestre
Close to the centre of town they have horses to suit all abilities. A reputable company with reasonable prices.
Cavalier Ranch
Perfect for riders of all abilities. Trips tailored to your needs from one hour hacks to day trips up into the mountains.
Atelier Moro
One off designs from all over Morocco ad the rest of the world.
Beldi
Beldi is one of the best known boutiques in Marrakech - the two brothers who own it bring a contemporary slant on Moroccan clothing
Lunart Gallery
This long established store is renowned for it's antique designs and strong ethnic feel.
Kasbah Agafay
Kasbah Agafay is one of the most stunning hotels in Marrakech set out in the desert, about 40 minutes drive from the city, it is exceptionally beautiful
Jamade
This small but cute space stands out from the other shops selling cheap souvenirs. All hand crafted intricately made gift ideas.
Ateliers d’ailleurs
Ateliers d'ailleurs is the perfect place to visit if you are looking to learn more about the Moroccan way of life, including wood painting, embroidery and cooking classes.
Jemaa el Fna
The southern half of the Medina is somewhat less hectic than the north, and is primarily a residential area. Filled with some of Marrakech's cultural landmarks, the South Medina is a popular tourist spot. The Jemaa el Fna features as the hub of the
Via Notti
Modern bed and bathroom accessories with a traditional Moroccan feel.
Badii Palace
The southern half of the Medina is somewhat less hectic than the north, and is primarily a residential area. Filled with some of Marrakech's cultural landmarks, the South Medina is a popular tourist spot. The Badii Palace is a fantastic way to see
Pepe Nero
Traditional Moroccan restaurant with a twist...
Al Fassia
A homely and traditional space that serves up some of the best Moroccan food in the city.
Dar Zellij
Intimate alcoves and rose petal-strewn tables make Dar Zellij a great option in the Medina.
Moor
Couture designs using traditional embroidery techniques a sophisticated and classic style from the owners of Akbar Delights.
KIS Boutique
Fresh, light and airy accessories and fashion boutique in the heart of the Medina...
Patisserie de Princes
The city's most famous sweet-things shop never fails to disappoint.
Azar
This buzzing venue offers Lebanese food in stylish surroundings complete with a funky yet intimate club for afters.
Dar Liqama
Week long Moroccan cooking course with all the added extras including spa tennis courts and movie room.
Interieur 29
Minimalist designs with an ethnic feel.
33 rue Majorelle
Authentic Moroccan designer wares and a true range of prices make 33 rue Majorelle a excellent place to try some of the best Marrakech has to offer...
Dar Tiskiwin
Featuring diverse exhibitions, the aim here is to reflect and preserve different cultures.
Galerie d’Art Lawrence-Arnott
Fantastically located this diverse gallery draws in many art-lovers.

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