Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Marrakech

Meryanne Loum-Martin
Designs from Meryanne herself as well as scarves kaftans and jewellery by other reputable designers.
Pepe Nero
Traditional Moroccan restaurant with a twist...
Trois Palmiers
KIS Boutique
Fresh, light and airy accessories and fashion boutique in the heart of the Medina...
Villas Fawakay
An villa oasis fifteen minutes from the centre of Marrakech. Stay in your own rustic chic private villa - but enjoy all the services of a top-end hotel, including an excellent restaurant.
Patisserie de Princes
The city's most famous sweet-things shop never fails to disappoint.
Dar Liqama
Week long Moroccan cooking course with all the added extras including spa tennis courts and movie room.
Azar
This buzzing venue offers Lebanese food in stylish surroundings complete with a funky yet intimate club for afters.
Amanjena Boutiques
Designer clothes jewellery and fabrics all by big name designers.
Montecristo
Expect a brash mix of party music and a vibrant atmosphere.
Palmeraie Golf Palace
An American style 18 hole course. Lessons available.
Churchill’s
A bastion of sophistication in Marrakech's most well-known hotel.
El Yasmine Abdelghani
Selling wood and resin cutlery and necklaces one of only a couple of places that his handcrafted products can be bought.
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...
Majorelle Gardens
Some of the most enchanting sights of Marrakech can be found in the Majorelle Gardens.
Azziza
High end traditional designs mainly for women but also stocks suits leather jackets and a few other mens garments.
L’Orientaliste
L'Orientaliste laid out over 2 shops has everything from paintings to perfumes.
Mustapha Blaoui
An abundance of Moroccan goodies to spice up your decor all at reasonable prices.
La Cabane D’Ali Baba
Crammed full of hundreds of types of beads you could easily spend hours rummaging through this small but perfectly formed little shop.
Dar Tiskiwin
Featuring diverse exhibitions, the aim here is to reflect and preserve different cultures.
Interieur 29
Minimalist designs with an ethnic feel.
Centre Artisanal
One of the biggest and most popular shopping areas.
Galerie d’Art Lawrence-Arnott
Fantastically located this diverse gallery draws in many art-lovers.
Amandine
Clean, safe, cake-based fun.
New Feeling
Pitching at an upmarket crowd, this is easily one of the best spots in town.
Paradise
Chintzy and sparkly, Paradise is fun most nights of the week.
Le Square
An interesting Asian-French menu served in a pleasant garden.
La Maison Arabe
White Rooms
Small white and new The White Rooms lays down a mix of deep house disco and Latino sounds.
Hassan Makchad
A great place to go if you're looking for gift ideas full to the brim with jewellery boxes notebooks and photo frames.
Scenes du Lin
This beautiful store is the home of Anna-Marie Chaoui's intricately designed fabrics. As well as other trendy home decorations.
High Atlas Lodges
The most experience Berber guides around with all sorts of treks and hikes on offer.
La Mamounia Casino
The impressively grand casino is always filled with a multitude rich gamers.
Milouad El Jouli
Great quality Hermes-style bags scarves and belts with a Moroccan touch.
La Roseraie
Although La Roseraie is further out than some of the other stables it's a prime location for exploring more of the Atlas Mountains whilst you're there.
Les Jardins de la Koutoubia
Kosybar
Berber Ecomuseum
First of its kind this ecomuseum housed in a restored Kasbah exhibits photography and traditional artefacts. Also offering accommodation.
L’Abyssin
Simplicity and excellence in both decor and cuisine
Les Jardins de la Medina
This hotel's small but perfectly formed hammam and beauty suite offers an assortmet of treatments. Call in advance.

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