Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Marrakech

Atlas Karting
If you're a bit of an adrenaline junky then whizzing round the track with a group of friends is just for you.
Les Terraces de l’Alhambra
Reasonable food and good views make this a good stop-off in the bustling Jemaa El Fna.
Cavalier Ranch
Perfect for riders of all abilities. Trips tailored to your needs from one hour hacks to day trips up into the mountains.
Amanjena Thai
Enjoy an elaborate menu in a picturesque scene.
Kulchi
Consistently good clothing and accessories even if a little on the expensive side.
16 Café
Perfect for a bite to eat when out shopping.
Beldi
Beldi is one of the best known boutiques in Marrakech - the two brothers who own it bring a contemporary slant on Moroccan clothing
Terrasse des Epices
Authentic Moroccan cooking on a roof terrace with a 'Hideous Kinky' atmosphere.
Le Comptoir Darna
Elegant and passionate, Le Comptoir's bar is always vibrant, even on weeknights.
Boutique Indigo
A full selection of western clothing by names such as Calvin Klein and Patrizia Pepe
Royal Club Equestre
Close to the centre of town they have horses to suit all abilities. A reputable company with reasonable prices.
Lotus Club
Bivouac Erg Laabidlia
A minimum of three days is needed but if you have the time Naji offers 4X4 tours camel rides and treks up into the hills complete with luxury camping facilities.
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
Galere Birkemeyer
Good quality leather and suede goods at affordable prices.
Akkal
One of the most attractive retail spots in town selling beautiful ceramics local art and top quality fabrics.
La Porte d’Orient
With the front room specialising in wood the private room through the back hold many more treasures.
Lunart Gallery
This long established store is renowned for it's antique designs and strong ethnic 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
Kif Kif
Away from the main body of souks this little shop is the perfect stop off for any last minute gifts.
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
Theatro
Theatro, unsurprisingly a former theatre, is now one of the city's most vibrant clubs and fills with a mix of beautiful Marrakchi and tourists alike...
Bazaar les Palmiers
Although a little pricey you know you're buying quality. English also spoken here.
Via Notti
Modern bed and bathroom accessories with a traditional Moroccan feel.
Diamant Noir
You'll find a no frills but a good atmosphere at the down-to-earth Black Diamond.
Mamounia Moroccain
The best known restaurant in town thanks to its appearance in Hitchcock's movie set.
Jamade
This small but cute space stands out from the other shops selling cheap souvenirs. All hand crafted intricately made gift ideas.
Ocha Sushi
Moroccan owned and with a Japanese chef this contemporary venue serves up great sushi at reasonable prices.
Artisan El Koutoubia
This shop sells an array of lamps far from the hustle and bustle of the souks it has a more upmarket and professional feel about it.
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.
Al Fassia
A homely and traditional space that serves up some of the best Moroccan food in the city.
Les Secrets De Marrakech
This cute little spa has it all great treatments a small boutique and a restaurant.
Moor
Couture designs using traditional embroidery techniques a sophisticated and classic style from the owners of Akbar Delights.
Azar
Matisse Gallery
Ksar Char-Bagh
Ksar Char-Bagh, set in the Palmeraie outside Marrakech is one of the city's most beautiful and luxurious hotel in a clean and understated elegance...
Kechmara
Gueliz's most funky and down to earth eatery oozes a casual charm.
Dar Moha
One of the premier dining spots in town, Dar Moha serves traditional Moroccan food.
Le Bis Jardin
Stylish new restaurant with sleek design and inventive French cuisine.
Dar Zellij
Intimate alcoves and rose petal-strewn tables make Dar Zellij a great option in the Medina.

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